Thursday, November 30, 2017

Hitchcock Festival Continues FREE

FREE MOVIE NIGHT! December 12th at 7 PM. Lake Shore Center for the Arts at 49 South Portage Street. The Hitchcock Festival continues with this classic! Please join us!


Monday, September 18, 2017

Annual Membership Meeting


ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP
MEETING FOR LAKE SHORE CENTER FOR THE ARTS. THURSDAY, SEPT 21 AT 7 PM IN THE THEATER. ALL MEMBERS WELCOME!

Monday, July 17, 2017

Writing Get Together

This Sunday, July 23rd at 7 PM, we will have our THIRD meeting of YOU READ ME YOUR'S AND I'LL READ YOU MINE! This writers and listeners group is for participants that would like to share their writing efforts, or just listen to the work of writers. Critiqued or not critiqued, your choice! No pressure. In the Bill Ross Recital Hall at Lake Shore Center for the Arts! Please join us!

Sunday, July 2, 2017

A Great Time Had by All

A new art exhibit is open at the Lake Shore Center
for the Arts. For more pictures visit HERE.


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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Back by Popular Demand!

This Sunday, June 25th at 7 PM, we will have our second meeting of YOU READ ME YOUR'S AND I'LL READ YOU MINE! This writers and listeners group is for participants that would like to share their writing efforts, or just listen to the work of writers. Critiqued or not critiqued, your choice! No pressure. In the Bill Ross Recital Hall at Lake Shore Center for the Arts! Please join us!

Monday, May 22, 2017

Kudos To Carolyn Lunt, John Daily and Angel Busch!!!!!



The recital by Carolyn Lunt and company last night was truly outstanding!!!! She has a giant and beautiful voice that comes from that petite body! It was a true joy of a musical event as agreed upon by all in attendance. In addition John Daily blew us all away with his duet with Carolyn, ALL I ASK OF YOU from Phantom. Angel Busch once again surpassed her 14 young years with her back up and featured roles in a number of songs, most notably HALLELUJAH by Leonard Cohen. The addition of Elizabeth on violin was wonderful. She was a beautiful touch. And of course kudos to Mary Matteson who was the collaborative accompanist. If you missed last night, you missed a fabulous evening of entertainment! Plan on joining us next recital! :)

Friday, May 5, 2017

Vocal Opera Coming to Westfield!

BUFFALO STATE UNIVERSITY
VOCAL DEPARTMENT
Under the direction of Dr. Joseph S. Spann
Accompanist Ivan Decenko
Presents an evening of vocal opera, show tunes and standards.
Lake Shore Center for the Arts-May 6th at 7 PM
William "Bill" Ross Recital Hall
49 South Portage Street, Westfield, NY
Featuring the following singers and selections:
Sebben Crudele Antonio Caldara
Emma Balen, Soprano (1670-1736)
Il mio bel foco Benedetto Marcello
Amanda Dailey, Soprano (1686-1739)
A Vuchella Francesco Paolo Tosti
Elliott Michki, Tenor (1846-1916)
Nevicata Ottorino Respighi
Jessica Donovan, Mezzo Soprano (1879-1936)
Crescent Moon Ernest Charles
Kaitlin Field, Soprano (1819-1869)
Clouds Ernest Charles
Abigail Farr, Soprano
Black is the color John Jacob Niles
Elliott Michki, Tenor (1892-1980)
Memories Charles Ives
Ashley Black, Mezzo Soprano (1874-1954)
Chanson d.amour Gabriel Fauré
Amanda Dailey, Soprano (1845-1924)
Nuit d’étoiles Claude Debussy
Jamie Grimm, Soprano (1862-1918)
Soupir Henri Duparc
Jessica Donovan, Mezzo Soprano (1848-1933)
Lied der Mignon, Op 62 #2 Franz Schubert
Abigail Farr, Soprano (1797-1828)
Lied der Mignon, Op 62 #4 Franz Schubert
Kaitlin Field, Soprano
Er und Sie Robert Schumann
Abigail Farr, Soprano
Elliott Michki, Tenor
O Sleep why dost thou leave me Georg Fridrich Händel
from Semele (1685-1759)
Emma Balen, Soprano
Porgi Amor Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
from Le Nozze di Figaro (1756-1791)
Jamie Grimm, Soprano
Will there really be a morning Ricky Ian Gordon
Ashley Black, Mezzo Soprano 1956 -
Loving You Stephen Sondheim
from Passion 1930-
Jessica Donovan, Mezzo Soprano
Love, look away Richard Rogers Oscar Hammerstein II
from Flower Drum Song (1902-1979) (1895-1960)
Jamie Grimm, Soprano

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Another Recital!!!!

CAROLYN JAYNE LUNT VOCAL RECITAL
Lake Shore Center for the Arts
In the Sanctuary with a reception to follow in LSCFTA Lobby
May 21st at 7 PM
49 South Portage Street
Free Admission, Love Donations
Operatic and Show Tunes
Born to be...FREE!
Recital featuring...
Carolyn Jayne Lunt, Dramatic Coloratura
Mary Matteson, accompanist
Introducing-Elizabeth Lutgen, violin
performing:
In This Very Room-Pam Waters Carson
Amazing Grace-Traditional American Melody (music) John Newton (lyrics)
Ave Maria-Franz Schubert
Hallelujah-Leonard Cohen
Who I Was Born to Be-Butts, Fransson, Lundgren, & Larsson
Wild Horses-Jagger & Richards
Beau Soir-Claude Debussy
Nella Fantasia-Ferrau & Morricone
All I Ask of You-(Phantom)-Andrew Lloyd Weber
The Prayer- Sager & Foster (music) Testa & Renis (lyrics)
Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man-Showboat-Hammerstein & Kern
You'll Never Walk Alone-Carousel-Rogers & Hammerstein
Time to Say Good-Bye-Sartori & Quarantotto
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Monday, February 27, 2017

Purchase Tickets for "100 Saints You Should Know"

Directed by John Daily, this funny and touching play centers on Theresa (played by Natalie Waddell-Rutter ), who cleans the rectory of the local parish to support her headstrong teenage daughter (Angel Busch). When the priest (Ryan Bennett) leaves the church under doubtful circumstances and returns home to his controlling mother (Judy Einach), Theresa finds herself compelled to go after him. Through the help of an awkward teenage boy (Isaac Rutter), all become connected one memorable evening - and are forced to deal with broken pasts and shaken faiths.
Contains adult language and themes. Performances are on March 31, April 1, April 7 at 7pm, and April 8 at 2pm. Limited seating available. 


Link for tickets: PURCHASE TICKETS 


Thursday, January 5, 2017

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Lake Shore Center for the Arts Finds a Home!

LAKE SHORE CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Press Release
Lake Shore Center for the Arts is proud to announce that they will be creating a permanent home in the Westfield Presbyterian Church building. This has been made possible with a generous grant received from the Peter Brand Foundation. The fine arts group has signed a lease with the church granting them use of a number of rooms on the upper level of the office and classroom wing as well as storage, bathroom facility and office space. In addition the church has agreed to allow the theater group to utilize the beautiful sanctuary for major theatrical productions.
On the upper level of the office and classroom wing the group will be building a 40 seat theater with tiered seating for excellent visibility and LED lighting instruments for theatrical lighting which will give the group technical capabilities far beyond most area theaters. In addition, the LED fixtures use only a small percentage of the power traditional theatrical lighting requires thus saving energy as well as money. Adjacent to the theater will be a 50 seat music recital hall that will also serve as classroom space when need arises.
A theater “green room” and office and storage space will adjoin the theater with additional storage available as well.
Room plans are included below.
Work will begin soon on all of this with a ribbon cutting ceremony coming in the near future.
If you would like to join this exciting enterprise please volunteer your help or become a member of Lake Shore Center for the Arts. Contact Rick Mascaro at either rickmascaro@gmail.com or lscfta@gmail.com We look forward to hearing from you!
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