A Thriving Spiritual Community

Annisquam Village Church Logo

Annisquam
Village Church

820 Washington St.
Gloucester, MA

Annisquam Village Church Logo

Annisquam
Village Church

820 Washington St.
Gloucester, MA

A Thriving Spiritual Community

Musical Events

Upcoming

Cool Jazz for a Summer Night

Cool Jazz for a Summer Night

Tom Palance and Friends

Thomas Palance, trumpet; Mark Earley, saxophone; Jim Latinni, drums; Jack Senier, piano; and David Sag, bass & vocals.

Saturday, July 27th @ 7:00-9:00 p.m.

$35 suggested at the door.

Annisquam Village Church, 820 Washington Street, Gloucester, MA 01930
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This popular quintet is led by veteran trumpeter Tom Palance, who has performed for five U.S. presidents and shared the stage with Clark Terry, Arturo Sandoval, Doc Severinsen and other celebrated artists.  He will be joined by two-time Grammy Nominee Mark Earley on saxophone, percussionist Jim Latinni, the keyboard wizardry of Jack Senier, and Gloucester’s own David Sag, bass & vocals.

These seasoned performers play regularly around the North Shore and never disappoint. Their music includes both classic and contemporary jazz standards, blues, and popular songs—all with the quintet’s unique twist. This will be their first appearance at the acoustically superb AVC. Don’t miss this special evening of cool music!

A reception will follow the performance.

Past Concerts

United Concert

United Concert

Friday, June 14th @ 7:30 p.m.

Lobster Cove String Quartet with Antonin Dvorak, Henry Cowell, Philip Glass, Scott Moore, and Samuel Barber

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Christmas Reflections

Christmas Reflections

Friday, December 15th @ 7:30 p.m.

Performance by Lyricora celebrating the sounds of the season with ‘Christmas Reflections.”

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To Paint the Night

To Paint the Night

Lobster Cove String Quartet

Music of Astor Piazzolla, Dmitri Shostakovich, Claude Debussy, and Theionious Monk, 

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Mirror in Mirror

Mirror in Mirror

Scott Moore, Violinist, and Tianhong Yang, Pianist

Music of Kreisler, Bach, Part, Franck, and Wieniawski.

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