COQ AU VIN is a unique revivalist ensemble that specializes in performing a combination of Romani jazz, French, Spanish, Klezmer, and Latin American music, as well as American Blues standards. You’ll be transported to a vintage American speakeasy or Parisian café one minute, then find yourself traipsing through the streets of Havana and Eastern Europe the next!
A spicy mélange of global sounds, homegrown on Nantucket Island.
Join us for the 30th Nantucket Organ Crawl! While most of the performances will be taped for online presentation, two performances will be open for audiences on July 23rd at the First Congregational Church.
The live performance will feature selections from Jeff Cutts and Chris Pharo, the first NCMC Organ Scholar.
As an added option, following the performance will be a reception at the NCMC where you can meet the performers.
We look forward to welcoming you back to the Organ Crawl!
A very social instrument that brings one of the most well-known timbres in music can be at your fingertips.
Elizabeth let me play the Red Violin after her performance! The sound was warm and it played with ease. I tried to focus on the instrument but I got completely discombobulated when I realized she had walked away leaving me with the violin. So I just kept playing! Where else in the world could that have happened? Thanks NCMC.
Joanna Haye / Coq au Vin violinist and NMC artist member
With beautiful practice spaces and meticulously maintained Steinway pianos, a music library stocked full of new and historic scores and a Sibelius-ProTools Independent Learning System! The Nantucket Community Music Center is the place for learning, exploring, and experiencing music on Nantucket. Well done!
Natalie Ciminero / Donor
We celebrate over fortyyears of creativity, curiosity, and scholarship, fostering a sense of commitment through community engagement.