Sacandaga Valley Live
A Celebration of Music
Winter Schedule



Saturday, April 26  6:00
Northville United Methodist Church
Main Street Northville, NY

Martha Gallagher
Adirondack Harpist

Martha delights in taking the harp outside its stereotypical boundaries of Classical and Traditional music, into territories of blues, jazz, world and contemporary music

Martha Gallagher has been sharing her distinctive and richly varied performances with audiences for over 30 years. She has a diverse musical background; from classical flautist in a symphony orchestra to lead singer in rock and jazz/blues bands. Martha has performed with such luminaries as six-time Grammy winners, The Chieftains. The 2007 premiere of her innovative original work featuring Celticharp, voice, and taiko drums marked a world’s first of this performance configuration. Martha’s extensive solo tours have taken her around the US and into Canada, with several tours sponsored by The National Endowment for the Arts. She has been featured on numerous television and radio programs; appearances include BBC Television, Northeast Public Radio, North Country Public Radio and Good Morning Arizona.



Saturday, May 17  7:00
Northville Central Auditorium
Third Street Northville, NY

Annual Benefit Concert
Sacandaga Task Force
For Senior Living
The Bluz House Rockers

Original tunes and classic rock

Long recognized as a “powerhouse” in the local music scene, the group has transcended generational barriers, appealing to music lovers of all ages.

Fronted by the dynamic Trish Anderson, the group covers an array of musical genres with precision, and dead on accuracy, according to concert organizers. Its stage presence, and musical talent, along with an extensive set list, has thrilled local crowds for more than two decades.


Sacandaga Valley Live
A Celebration of Music
Concert Series

The summer series, a tradition in the Sacandaga Valley, is held at three different venues. Live outdoor concerts will be held most Saturday evenings from June 30th until Labor Day. The first and last will be held in the Hope Pavilion with all others at the Northville Waterfront Park.  In addition to these concerts two classical concerts will be held in the Mayfield Presbyterian Church.  It is our mission to bring a variety of music to the Sacandaga Valley. Contact Barbara Spaeth at 863-8047 for information.


Saturday, June 28th 6:00pm
Hope Pavilion
Route 30 Hope, NY

To Be Announced


Saturday, July 12th 6:00pm
Northville Waterfront Park
Frank Jaklitsch

Singer, song writer and versatile guitarist, Frank Jaklitsch is one of the Capital District's treasures with a big heart. Frank is known throughout the area as the song man. He is a versatile performer who is comfortable with many styles and can perform with any artist. By choice he has embraced traditional Irish music. In his PRAY for ME CD Frank shows his love for spiritual songs with a message. In his last album SINGING for my LIFE Frank introduced his own song writing skills which are outstanding.

Food will be available from
The Sacandaga Task Force for
Senior Living 

There will be a free will donation taken.
(Suggested donation $5/person.)


Saturday, July 19th 6:00pm
Northville Waterfront Park
(Rain venue NCS Auditorium)

Brad Vickers & His Vestapolitans
mix of blues, skiffle, ragtime, and more great American roots 'n' roll music!

Brad Vickers learned on the job playing, touring, and recording with America’s blues and roots masters: Jimmy Rogers, Hubert Sumlin, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry, Odetta, Sleepy LaBeef, Rosco Gordon, and Pinetop Perkins—with whom Brad had the good fortune to play on the Grammy-nominated discs, “Born in the Delta” (Telarc) and “Ladies’ Man” (MC)—to name just a few.

Now his own group, The Vestapolitans, offers a good-time mix of originals and covers spanning blues, ragtime, hill country breakdowns, and more great American roots ’n’ roll. A great new CD, “Great Day In The Morning" (2013) joins “Traveling Fool” (2011), “Stuck With The Blues” (2010), and “Le Blues Hot” (2008). All four have met with terrific reviews, radio play on 250+ stations (all are still in rotation on Sirius XM Bluesville). Best of all, audiences love them!

Brad comes from the Pine Barrens of Long Island’s rural East End. He is the scion of a musical family from the Pine Barrens of Chintoteague, Virginia, where his grandfather played lap steel and drums.

A free-will donation will be  taken.
(Suggested donation $5/person.)



Monday, July 21 7:00pm
Mayfield Presbyterian Church
North Main Street, Mayfield

Finger Lakes
Guitar Quartet

The FLGQ presents exciting, eclectic programming spanning five centuries, including original arrangements, as well as works commissioned, and premiered by the FLGQ. The Finger Lakes Guitar Quartet is the assemblage of four accomplished guitar soloists, Joel Brown, Brett Grigsby, Sten Isachsen, and Paul Quigley whom have performed throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Past performances include, the Eastman School of Music, Ithaca College Guitar Festival, (World Premiere, Holland), Skidmore College, and the Sandisfield Arts Center.



Friday and Saturday,
July 25 & 26

Sacandaga Musical Theater
NCS Auditorium
Third Street, Northville, NY

Details To Be Announced



Saturday, August 2nd   6:00pm
Northville Waterfront Park

Ony Antonucci
& Beecher Creek

Ony will be performing as Beecher Creek with Matt Brucker Sr And Matt brucker jr. They will be performing some of their own compositions along with some favorite old and new songs on a variety of acoustic instruments. They blend their individual musical styles to create an entertaining mix of music, ranging from traditional folk music to contemporary rock, pop and blues with a light hearted crowd pleasing delivery.





Thursday, August 7
Mayfield Presbyterian Church
North Main Street, Mayfield

Classical String Quintet



Saturday, August 9th 6:00
Northville Waterfront Park

Lucia & Levi
as The Little Zippers
Mix of rock, blues, jazz and reggae

Lucia Lexington and Levi Byrd have been performing their brand of musical entertainment together for over 20 years.
You may have seen them as a Duo or fronting their band The Little Zippers. They play festivals, resorts, wineries and even Caribbean cruises.

This variety duo is currently based in Florence,  South Carolina, but spend the majority of their time touring the country.

From New York's capital region, Lucia plays the keyboard, sings throaty renditions of the blues, current pop music, and blows a mean blues harp. She is a versatile entertainer who captivates an audience with high energy performances. Lucia has also appeared in a few films, including Fatal Beauty with Whoopie Goldberg.

From Northern Virginia, Levi is an exceptional lead guitarist and tenor sax player and also shares vocals with Lucia. Levi has been involved in the music industry for the past 30 years and to his credit has served as musical director on a project for Samona Cooke, and also worked on projects at Jackson Records.

Their combined talents are sure to impress and entertain you.

Lucia and Levi not only perform as a duo, they regularly feature their band "The Little Zippers." Their band includes talented musicians who sing, and play bass, drums, and percussion. Whether the gigs include The Little Zippers or not, Lucia and Levi will do their best to provide songs people know and love, and a good beat for you dancers out there.

Other items of Interest: If you were in the Richmond, Virginia area recently, you may have seen Lucia & Levi & The Little Zippers when they opened for Bob Marley's original band, The Wailers.

More recently they have appeared at resorts and clubs up and down the Eastern Seaboard.

A free-will donation will be taken.  (Suggested donation $5/person.)


Contact Barbara Spaeth at 863-8047 for information.


NYSCA logoSaratoga_arts_logoThis program received support from Fulton Montgomery Arts Grants (F-MAG), which is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and is administered by Saratoga Arts.













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Bluz House Rockers

































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Finger Lakes Guitar Quartet












Beecher Creek















Lucia and Levi