Maverick Concerts Celebrates Its 100th Season
with FREE Music for All Ages

Sunday, June 21, Doors open at 10:30 am

Everyone is invited to join Maverick's celebration of its 100th season with


An afternoon of free concerts in the Historic 1916 Hall.

Free Musical Events for All Ages

Free Face Painting

Food and Fun To Purchase:

Lucky Noodles and Pippy's Food Trucks with Goodies to Eat
Fiberflame for Children's Crafts

Maverick Mash 100 is held at Maverick’s historic concert hall,
120 Maverick Road, Woodstock, N.Y. 12498.

The musical events include two sets of family-oriented musical programming,
two sets of jazz and, for the Grand Finale,
two sets of classical music featuring internationally renowned artists.


Music for Families and Young People

11 am- 12:30 pm

Mark Rust

Mark begins the festivities with a fun, hands-on set for young and old.
Mark often sings about family life and relationships,
A multi-instrumentalist (piano, guitar, fiddle, banjo, and dulcimer)
Mark has offered his unique and engaging programs at venues around the country.

Marc Black Band

Marc and his Band (Eric Parker, Mike Esposito, and Pete Levin) have deep roots
in Woodstock and the Catskills.
His sense of humor is always a hit with family audiences.
The American Library Association has honored Marc with an award for Best Children’s Album.


1 pm- 2:30 pm

Teri Roiger Quartet

Co-founder (along with John Menegon) of JazzStock,
Teri Roiger’s voice and style have been described as “uniquely compelling.”
Teri and her quartet (Wayne Hawkins, piano; John Menegon, bass; Tani Tabbal, drums)
will pay tribute to Billie Holiday, whose centennial is also this year.

Warren Vaché, trumpet and cornet, and John di Martino, piano

Two jazz icons bring their prodigious skills to “A Duo Made In Musical Heaven”

Classical Grand Finale

3:30- 5 pm

Nancy Allen, harp, and Carol Wincenc, flute

Principal harpist of the New York Philharmonic, Nancy Allen joins the renowned,
Grammy-nominated flutist Carol Wincenc for a program of French baroque and 20th century masterworks.

Julia Hsu and Peter Serkin, piano four hands

Acclaimed pianist Peter Serkin “has a way of striking that magical balance between intellect and heart,”
according to the San Jose Mercury News.

He and Julia Hsu will round out Maverick Mash 100 with works of
Schubert and Brahms including 5 Hungarian Dances.



photo by Dion Ogust

Maverick Mash 100 is held at Maverick’s historic concert hall, 
120 Maverick Road, Woodstock, N.Y. 12498. 





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