We are back with our regular cast of characters for your Saturday morning enjoyment of food and social engagement . Please view the 2021 Updates for more information for each Market .
Emily Waters will join us again Saturday October 2.
September 4. she will take part in the Cornwall Open Studio Tour !
The Cornwall Open Studio, now in its 15th year, is yet another Cornwall tradition. It helps connect residents and visitors with Cornwall's rich artistic ecosystem and helps connect the artists with their fans. It also encourages artists to clean up their studios!
She can do pet portraits of dogs, cats, bird, pigs, and even llamas.
Bring your pet to the West Cornwall Farmers Market. Emily will photograph the pet and begin watercolor painting (11 x 15”) at the market.
It will be ready in a week.
Fee: $125, 10% will go to the Little Guild.…
Every 1st Saturday of the month 10:30-12:30
Jazz @ The Farm Market with
Carol Leven & Nick Moran
August 7. , September 4. & October 2.
Carol Leven and Nick Moran formed a jazz duo in 2014. Known as "The Small Band with the Big Sound,” their rich, layered, swinging music employs seven-string guitar, live looper, percussion, and vocals. They perform a wide range of styles from the Great American Songbook to Burt Bacharach, from the Bossa Nova to subtle ballads and their duo has been actively performing at clubs, restaurants, vineyards, and private events in New York City and the northeast region. Carol Leven has been described as "a wonderful talent and a really fine singer." She began her career in musical theater and studied at the New School. She was trained by some of the greatest vocal legends, including Mark Murphy and Sheila Jordan, who called her “A truly fine and original singer.” As a percussionist, Leven adds swinging rhythms to her repertoire of standards, Latin, folk, blues, and pop standards. New York native Nick Moran holds a BFA in Jazz Performance from the City College of New York where he was a protégé student of the great Ron Carter. Jazz Musicwrites: “His exceptional composing ability and fertile writer's imagination are reflected in a playing style that is transparent in its articulation, logical, devoid of trite cliches.” In addition to guitar, Moran is a multi-instrumentalist, exploring folk, blues, and Irish music on mandolin, ukulele, fiddle, and Irish bouzouki.