Come see us at the Freeville Farmers Market, a Fiber Fest and the Ithaca Farmers Market this summer. As always, we will be performing jazz standards and songs in a bunch of languages while Matt does fancy twiddles on his 7 string guitar. See you there!
We’re back after the pandemic and playing at Farmer’s Markets around Tompkins County.
Check us out, weather permitting, at these fun spots:
August 1 2021
Freeville Farmer’s Market 12- 2pm
43 Main St. Freeville, NY
This is a lovely small market with all kinds of goodies including eggs, honey, mushrooms, greens, soaps, baked goods and more. There is a playground right next to it for kids, too. See the list of vendors: https://www.freevillefarmersmarket.org/
September 18 2021
Steamboat Landing at 545 Third St., Ithaca NY
Ithaca Farmer’s Market 11 – 2pm
Come enjoy the lovely market on the waterfront, and hear some jazzy standards and songs in a variety of languages. More info on the market: https://ithacamarket.com/markets/sunday-at-the-pavilion/
Check us out at the lovely Ithaca Farmer’s Market on Sunday, May 13th 11am-2pm. The market is a great place to chill, have a bite and relax on the lake while we entertain you with our favorite jazz standards from the 20s, 30s and 40s.
More from Argos Inn and Bar Argos:
Come join us in celebrating the Argos Inn having received the Preservation League of New York State’s 2017 award for Excellence In Historic Preservation!
We will celebrate this award by having our own small-town-Ithaca version of the Preservation League’s swanky award ceremony which was held last month in the historic Manhattan Yacht Club. Our ceremony will be thanking the artisans and others who worked so diligently together to restore this beautiful property into the bustling, well-loved gathering space that it is today. We will have before-and-after photos on display, complimentary finger foods, and a plethora of historic cocktails to imbibe.
Avi Smith, the Argos owner, will be giving tours of the building talking about the renovation as well as showing the now completed third floor hotel suites which are so fresh that the plaster walls haven’t even dried yet!
On this night we will also be paying respects to the eclectic history of bar culture by encouraging 1920’s era ‘speakeasy’ attire. Anything fabulous and/or vintage will do 🎩
Gathering begins: 5pm
Tours: 5:30 & 6pm
Toast and Awards: 6:30pm
Drawing for free Stay at Argos: 7pm
Check out this new cider house in Interlaken while we jazz it up with our favorites new and old. As always, songs in French, Russian, Spanish and maybe more. Finger Lakes Cider House is the hub of the hard cider renaissance in New York apple country. In their tasting room, on Good Life Farm, you can savor the craft of five artisan cider makers and many inspired local food growers.
AGAVA – Ithaca NY July 12 2015 @ 12-2pm Come enjoy some brunch at AGAVA restaurant while listening to some of our new jazzy tunes. We’re working on new songs, including some Russian tango and classic jazz standards, that we’d love to share with you. AGAVA is a Southwest-Inspired restaurant featuring a wood-fired oven; seasonal menu; farm-to-table ingredients; and a warm, fun, community-minded atmosphere. See more at www.agavarestaurant.com.
Corks & More July 10th @ 6-9pm We return once again to Corks & More with new songs for the next warm season! Corks & More is a wine bar / lounge that features the technology of the WineStation, with a full bar and tasting menu to match with specific wines that are available. See more at www.corksandmore.com.
We had so much fun playing this Porchfest! Thank you so much to all of you who came out. This was our second year performing on Tioga St. and we hope to do it again next year. This year was special to us because we were able to collaborate with other great musicians in our area. Matt played a number of classical guitar pieces with Bill Hurley (on violin), and our friend Isaac Sharp, who recently moved to town, performed some amazing arrangements on the same porch.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Porchfest – you’ve got to check it out. Bands play on their own or a friend’s porch. They schedule the musicians in one of four time slots and then provide maps, so everyone can walk or bike around town catching all the great music. And there is a lot of great music! Over 100 bands are playing this year, with music ranging from classical to roots rock to country to pop to reggae to punk rock and from Appalachian to Brazilian to Irish to Swedish to Zimbabwean. And more!