Music is what feelings sound like. The Berkshires harmonize and live music resonates from venues across the region.
Infinity Music Hall & Bistro occupies Norfolk, CT’s 1883 opera house. The restored music hall has hosts well-known artists who enliven the 300-seat theatre, including some Mezzanine seating where dinner is served during the show. This weekend Phil Vassar will take the stage! The incredible building has changed hands and undergone extensive renovations several times throughout its tenure in the center of town, but truly found its niche when Dan Hink’s opened the doors to Infinity in 2008. By 2010, Infinity was named the Best Music Hall in New England by Yankee Magazine.
The Egremont Barn features local and traveling musicians on Fridays and Saturdays in its rustic 1820s building that is always bustling with music lovers. A full bar, dinner menu, and reasonably priced tickets have made “the Barn” a popular venue for a fun night out. This weekend, jam with Four Sticks as they perform the Music of Led Zeppelin.
52 Main in Millerton, NY features local artists who play on Saturday evenings after dinner is served. A full bar and intimate setting make this a fun place to enjoy the local flair or try out some new moves if you’re really feeling the jive. Saturday night @raffi_froundjian_music will be playing from 9pm-midnight.
The Hudson Valley, Litchfield Hills, and southern Berkshires resonate with liveliness – join in the dance of the season by exploring the different musical scenes that contribute to our community’s artistic tapestry.
“…the sky is the limit when it comes to bringing people together with music.”
– Dan Hinks, owner of Infinity Music Hall, Norfolk, CT –