Entertainment

  • Choral Society Sets Spring Concert

    BAR HARBOR — The Acadia Choral Society will perform works of George Frederic Handel, Stephen Paulus, and John Ireland at its annual spring concert. BAR HARBOR — The Acadia Choral Society will perform works of George Frederic Handel, Stephen Paulus, and John Ireland at its annual spring concert. Performances are set for Saturday, May 2

  • COA Contra Dance Set

    BAR HARBOR—The Big Moose Contra Band plays College of the Atlantic’s Gates Auditorium with caller Chrissy Fowler on Saturday, April 25. Lessons begin at 7:30 p.m.; dancing starts at 8 p.m.

  • Lipbone’s Coming To Town

    Lipbone’s Coming To Town

    There’s really no simple way to describe the original music of Lipbone Redding. Equal parts simmering urban-soul, swinging lounge, and rhythm and blues, Mr. Redding’s songs move, groove and delight the mind.

  • Lipbone’s Coming To Town

    There’s really no simple way to describe the original music of Lipbone Redding. Equal parts simmering urban-soul, swinging lounge, and rhythm and blues, Mr. Redding’s songs move, groove and delight the mind. There’s really no simple way to describe the original music of Lipbone Redding. Equal parts simmering urban-soul, swinging lounge, and rhythm and blues,

  • Bagaduce Music Library Gets New Director

    BLUE HILL — The Bagaduce Music Lending Library has announced the appointment of Sean Schmeits as the international music library’s new executive director. He succeeds Susan Theriot, who announced her resignation earlier this year. An experienced professional artist, arts administrator and public policy adviser, Schmeits brings expertise in the technical aspects of leading a nonprofit

  • Joy of Music

    Sedgwick pianist and composer Paul Sullivan, who plays with “brilliance and clarity,” according to The New York Times, will usher in spring with a benefit concert from 1 to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 26, at Acadia Christian School in Trenton.

  • Heavenly Sounds

    Sweet voices will fill the First Congregational Church of Ellsworth starting at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 25. Pihcintu, a Maine children’s chorus comprising 40 singers who come originally from 17 countries, will perform.

  • Film Event At COA

    Film Event At COA

    BAR HARBOR — Birds and cyborgs will splash across the movie screen at College of the Atlantic’s Gates Community Center on Tuesday, April 28, when Nancy Andrews offers the Maine premier of her latest film, “On a Phantom Limb.” The film, partially funded by her Guggenheim Fellowship, is an “exploration of the postmodern condition through the metaphor of a bird-woman.” A COA spokesman cautions that this is not a film intended for children.