Did you enjoy the arts this past weekend?

What aspect of Greater Binghamton arts and entertainment drew your attention this past weekend? Did you see Know Theatre’s production of “K2” or Ti-Ahwaga Players’ “Greater Tuna”? Were you in the audience for the Musica Nova concert at BU or My Sweet Patootie at EPAC? Did you catch the monthly art walk in Owego, or try to introduce your youngsters to live performance at the “Sesame Street” show?

Or did you lay low over the weekend to save your entertainment budget for Casting Crowns Tuesday at the Arena? Please join the arts conversation and share your opinions, comments and reflections.

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1 Response to "Did you enjoy the arts this past weekend?"

  1. Mary Jo Kelleher

    Count me as one who was “Patootified” this weekend. My Sweet Patootie at EPAC had the flashing fingers of Terry Young on guitar, the virtuoso bowing of Sandra Swannell on fiddle, the warm and bright mixing of their voices, but most of all the audience had fun! They mix swing, folk and contemporary stylings in their songs, most of which are their own compositions and lyrics. The one exception I noticed was a swing-flavored version of “Hit Me With Your Best Shot,” which delighted the audience, to end their first set.

    I’ve owned their debut album, “Nowheresville,” since last summer, and many of those songs were in the live concert. Their introductions, though, gave the familiar songs a new life. Also heard were a good many new songs, which they plan to include on their next CD, to be recorded in April. I’ll be on the lookout for that, as well as their next swing through town.