The Four Horseman
We are happy to announce our live outdoor concerts are continuing and this time featuring the talented local band the Four Horsemen on Saturday, September 12th at 6:30PM! Band members include David Ray, Mike Latini, Dave Goldenberg and George Mallas. All four of the Horseman are singer-songwriters, each with their own unique style!
David Ray is an accomplished musician whose songs have been sung by the likes of Shawn Colvin. David has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in the industry�"Roger McGuinn, Joan Osborne and John Leventhal just to name a few. Along with Lyle Lovett, Richie Havens, Julie Gold and others, his early Fast Folk recordings are now in the permanent collection at The Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.
Mike Latini grew up performing his music in New York City and Boston. His immediately accessible music, engaging personal style and unique lyrical perspective enable him to ride the rails from the sublime to the ridiculous, and make all the stops in between. Mike’s storytelling is second to none. He will soon release his third CD titled “Iron City,” on the heels of two previous critically acclaimed releases “Ace LaVida” and “Ace Rides Again.”
Dave Goldenberg is a satirical singer-songwriter who has opened for comedians Joan Rivers, Robert Kelin, Judy Gold and Paul Reiser, along with such musical artists as Steve Forbert, Jill Sobule, Vance Gilbert and others in CT. His songs not only tickle your funny bone, but make you stop and take notice of some of the absurdities in our day-to-day lives. Dave’s music video “Goin’ to a Tea Party” was picked up by the Huffington Post and has been viewed by thousands on YouTube. He is a crowd favorite and will leave you laughing and smiling.
George Mallas has been writing and playing his piano-based songs since his teen years. George’s musical influences are some of the greats, such as Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne and James Taylor. His melodic songs touch your heartstrings on subjects of love, longing and redemption. George has released two CDs, the latest his wonderfully received “unscathed.” George hosts the weekly radio show “The Songwriters’ Block” along with Melanie Berti, heard Wednesday evenings on Pawling Public Radio.
Tickets are $20 Member and $25 Non-Members and will be required to be purchased online prior to the event. The JCCS will not be selling tickets at the door to allow minimal contact and for safety of our staff and volunteers, so tickets must be purchased in advance online by clicking the button below..
The JCC in Sherman Re-Opening New Rules for Events Outdoors
These new rules are put into place to keep everyone safe. Please read the following rules:
If you would like to attend any of our events, you will be required to purchase your tickets or RSVP online before arriving at the event. We will not be selling any tickets at the door or allowing any walk-ins. This allows for the safety of our staff and volunteers and allows for minimal contact. Tickets must be purchased by 12PM the day of the event.
We will be limiting the 40 reservations/spots for this event.
Everyone is required to their own chairs.
Everyone is to continue to practice social distancing of 6-feet apart.
Everyone is required to be wearing their masks (that covers nose and mouth) at all times. You will not be admitted without one.
Those musicians who are performing must bring their own equipment to use. At this time the JCCS will not be allowing the use of in house equipment.
Musicians/performers may remove their masks while performing but must remain 12 feet away from each other and attendees.
The JCCS restrooms will be open however only one person is allowed in the restrooms at a time to allow for proper social distancing. Everyone will be required to keep their masks on when entering the building and must wear gloves. Those needing to use the restroom must wait outside the building if it is currently occupied. There will be wait time in between each use as well.
A staff member or volunteer will make sure these rules are followed. No attendees will be allowed in the building unless it is to use the restroom. There will be a one way system for entering and exiting. Those needing to use the bathroom will enter through the front door and exit the building through the side door next to the bathrooms.
People are allowed to bring their own food/drink for our outdoor events only. Please be respectful and dispose of all trash in trash bins.
The JCCS will not be selling any snacks or beverages.
If you are feeling sick at all, please stay home. We want to keep our staff, volunteers and attendees safe.
These new rules are put in place for the safety of everyone and will be required to be followed by all. Your health is important to us all.
Please note these rules can be updated at any time. All events will follow CDC and the State of Connecticut guidelines for social distancing and rules for events and programs. Please note these rules/guidelines can be updated and changed based on CDC & state requirements.
Location & Directions
Sherman, CT 06784