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Three Chord Monty songwriter circle
Open Mic Night at Agava!
Judy Stock Kids Music Scene
Every Tuesday is K-HOUSE's Industry Night especially dedicated to local hospitality workers offering food & drink specials all night long!
Bring your friends, family and a blanket to enjoy an evening in the Hollow!
Beethoven, Chopin, and Schumann on a restored 19th-century piano
Bring the family for great music and food!
Featured local songwriter, poet or author, followed by a circle jam session.
A fun social dance night that's absolutely free!
Mozart and C. P. E. Bach, by renowned international pianist Kristian Bezuidenhout
Free Live Music, Great Food & Cold Drinks!
Ithaca's Hottest Dance Party with Free Lesson every Wednesday at AGAVA Restaurant
Four-hand piano music, from the 19th century to the present
LilySilly Puppet Show with songs, celebrity guests and plain old silliness at the new Hancock St. Market!
Beethoven, Chopin, and Liszt's American heirs on 19th-century pianos
An hour of chamber music by Mozart and Schubert
Clementi and Dussek on an 1827 Broadwood piano
Celebrate summer and swing into the weekends with live music every Friday at Treleaven’s Garden Concert Series!
Debussy, Satie, and Stravinsky by renowned Russian pianist Alexei Lubimov
Live Music and Fun! All benefitting Ithaca's only cooperative softball league!
Schubert and Schumann on a 19th-century piano
An evening of Beethoven piano sonatas with Malcolm Bilson and 6 other pianists
Celebrating 20 years of community music!
An evening of Beethoven piano sonatas by Malcolm Bilson and 6 other pianists
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