Music on the Moltz Terrace: Glenn Jones and Emily Robb

Music on the Moltz Terrace: Glenn Jones and Emily Robb The Clark Art Institute presents a four-part outdoor concert series this summer. Basic and Erica Dawn Lyle perform on June 9th, Garcia Peoples and Mountain Movers on June 23rd , Glenn Jones and Emily Robb on July 28th,  and A.P.I.E., Family Underground, and Animal, Surrender! on August 11th.

All performances are free and take place at 5 pm on the Lunder Center at Stone Hill’s Moltz Terrace.

Glenn Jones is one of the leading proponents American Primitive Guitar, a fingerstyle acoustic genre pioneered in the late 1950s by his friend and mentor John Fahey. Following his departure from leading the rock band Cul de Sac, Jones has released seven full-length solo albums. His latest release, Vade Mecum, delves into personal experiences and shared histories by blending elements of rock and experimental music with the guitar and banjo.
Emily Robb, a prominent player in the rock and experimental music scenes, opens. Her latest album, If I Am Misery Then Give Me Affection, showcases economically crafted tunes marked by utter trance and tightrope pulsations and highlights her virtuosic electric guitar skills. Robb oversees the recording and mixing of her albums at her Philadelphia-based studio, Suddenly Studio.
Free. For accessibility concerns, call 413 458 0524. This program is presented in collaboration with Belltower Records, North Adams, Massachusetts. Food from Door Prize available for purchase. Rain moves the performance to the auditorium, located in the Manton Research Center.