Conductor: Daniel Hege
Seven O’Clock Shout: Valerie Coleman
Piano Concerto in F: George Gershwin
Soloist: Andrew Russo
Four Dance Episodes from Rodeo: Aaron Copland
Danzón No. 2: Arturo Márquez

Children 17 and under get in for free, courtesy of M&T Bank, our Classical Series Sponsor.

American Journey Pre-Concert Dinner:
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Binghamton $35 per person
5:00pm, 5:30pm, 6:00pm seating times
Call 607-722-7575 ext. 1610 (ask for Patty) to make a reservation. Park free for dinner, stay for the concert!

Pre-Concert Chat, 6:30pm, Recital Hall: Prof. Sarah Gerk, PhD (Binghamton University): “I, Too, Sing America”: The Glorious, Messy, Difficult History of Composing American Music, and Why It Matters

Come and enjoy all things related to CORN!

Corn Dogs, Roasted Corn, Popcorn, Caramel Corn, Kettle Corn, Hand Cut French Fries, Sno-Cones and more! Live music, Tractor Display, Corn Husking contest, History of Corn, Corn Crafts, Face Painting, Windsor Partners Duck Race, Spin Art, Games for Kids of all ages!!

Admission to the festival is FREE but please bring a canned good for Windsor’s Human Development Food Pantry

Enjoy a family-friendly festival celebrating the music, dance and theater of the Renaissance era set in the Cutler Botanic Garden. There is something for everyone… vendors, workshops, costumed characters, face-painting, community poetry, and children’s games… something to appeal to all ages.


  • B.F. Harridan’s and Morris Dancers
  • Binghamton Poetry Project
  • Celtic Charm
  • Half-Light Theater Company
  • The Madrigal Choir of Binghamton
  • Jeffrey Wahl

Funding is provided, in part, by a project grant from the Broome County Arts Council’s United Cultural Fund.

Rain or Shine.