Donate TodayThe Vail-Leavitt Music Hall is downstate New York's oldest theater - operated for community benefit by a 501(c)3 charitable corporation. Its long,rich history includes early experiments in talking films by Thomas Edison, and currently serves as both a rental venue and a presenting venue for the performing arts.
May 22nd Show – Pamela Betti & 45 RPM at Birchwood to support Vail-Leavitt & EEDA
The Birchwood of Polish Town on Pulaski Street will be hosting a special fundraising performance by Long Island Blues Diva PAMELA BETTI with special guests 45 RPM to help support Vail-Leavitt Music Hall and East End Disability Associates on Sunday, May 22nd from 6 to 10 PM. FOR ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE VIA PAYPAL, CLICK HERE!!!
Watch this space for more information on upcoming events at the Vail-Leavitt Music Hall – Long Island’s oldest theater. We’re home to UNIQUE entertainment you won’t find anywhere else!! The Vail-Leavitt Music Hall is located at 18 Peconic Avenue in downtown Riverhead (parking and handicap access behind the building).
Music & Arts and Vail-Leavitt launch “You can Uke” program downtown
The Vail-Leavitt Music Hall will continue ukulele (Yes, ukulele!!) lessons for all levels of players on the 1st and 3rd Thursday nights of each month at 7 PM in the downstairs cafe. The class will be taught by Bob Barta. A musician and educator dubbed “a Long Island treasure” by Dan’s Papers, Mr. Barta has performed across the country with numerous groups and has been a featured workshop presenter at many fretted instrument shows.
Lessons will be given in a group/ensemble format. A donation to the Music Hall of $15 per student is suggested to help the Music Hall continue its mission of bringing unique cultural and musical experiences to downtown Riverhead.