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In their final concert, Notescape is joined by jazz group, Monomy seven. Performing as a community-based quintet for twelve years, Notescape has entertained folks all over the Cape from The New Bedford Whaling Museum to the Cape Cod Curling Club! Their repertoire is rooted in the American Songbook stretching from Gershwin, Elvis, Dean Martin, Beatles, Manhattan Transfer, Carole King, and others.

Five accomplished Falmouth men’s voices join in the Notescape harmonies. Director Tom Goux (bass) taught music for years and founded the Falmouth Mostly all-Male Men’s Chorus. Upper Cape doctor Doug Mann (baritone) started singing as a teen, continued in the New Haven Chorale, and followed up in musical theater.  Fellow medical professional Peter Hopewood (second tenor) sang in a boy choir and has become proficient on the tuba, playing with the Falmouth Town band. Retired Falmouth school superintendent Peter Clark (tenor) sang in high school and college, including with the Yale Whiffenpoofs. He has also performed with the Falmouth Theatre Guild morphing into the Tradewinds Quartet. Independent renewable energy consultant Joe Hackler (tenor) has performed in musical theater at the Cotuit Arts Center and sings at the St. Barnabas Church in Falmouth.

The Monomoy Seven has been a favorite for 21 years at Chatham’s First Night celebrations.  The players are drawn from around New England, and include some of the area’s hottest improvisers in the classic jazz tradition: John Clark (reeds), Mike Persico (trombone and vocals), Herb Gardner (piano), Bob Barta (banjo and vocals), Al Bernard (tuba), Steve Taddeo (drums), and Jeff Hughes (Falmouth local, on cornet) leading the band.  Lots of tunes in the tradition of Bix, Berigan, Ellington, Basie, and Armstrong.”

This concert will be the perfect way to celebrate the pleasures of the summer and wish a fond farewell to Notescape.

Register online now or call us at 508-495-1878, ext. 2

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