The Huntington Summer Arts Festival brings a roster of exciting performing artists to the Chapin Rainbow Stage in Heckscher Park each year. Artists and ensembles include award winning, world-class talent in music, dance and theatre from around the globe, as well as the finest performing arts groups from Huntington and Long Island.
We thank the Town of Huntington and the Town Board, whose support makes these amazing free-admission concerts possible. We are delighted to welcome back and thank Canon USA as our Presenting Sponsor. We also thank the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and the County of Suffolk for their continued support; and to Astoria Bank, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s, Folk Music Society of Huntington, PSEG Long Island, Debbi Honorof, Huntington Arts Council Board of Directors, in honor of Andrea and Robert Maire, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, NEFCU, New York State Presenters Network, Start to Finish, Weber Law Group, LLP. Thank you also for the generous in-kind support; CENTERSTAGE, D’Addario & Co., egc group, Hartke and Samson, King Kullen, Korg USA, Phillips Boyne, for their support.
Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum performed by Plaza Productions. Broadway’s greatest musical farce is light, fast-paced, witty, and is one of the funniest musicals ever written! Originally performed by Zero Mostel on Broadway, the plot twists and turns with cases of mistaken identity, slamming doors, and a showgirl or two. The […]View Post a funny thing happened on the way to the forum, Huntington Arts Council, huntington heckscher park, live theatre, outdoor theatre, plaza productions, Summer Arts Festival
Saturday, August 13th – come join conductor David Stewart Wiley for “Music Under the Stars” marks the premier performance by the Concert Orchestra of Long Island in an all classical program with musicians formerly members of the L.I. Philharmonic. The evening will feature a guest performance by Jilliam Coscio, Flutist and Winner of ISO’s 2016 […]View Post david stewart wiley, Huntington Arts Council, huntington heckscher park, live music, long island philharmonic, long island symphony orchestra, outdoor music, Summer Arts Festival
The Batture Boys are a brand-new NOLA rock band; they’ve just been around for a long while. Tommy Malone and Ray Ganucheau have played together on-and-off for two decades, mostly on Malone’s solo projects. Malone is rightly renowned as a subdude and solo artist, while Ganucheau is one of the city’s more overlooked roots-rock talents. […]View Post blues, Huntington Arts Council, huntington heckscher park, live music, long island music festival, nola rock, outdoor music, Summer Arts Festival, the batture boys