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.
Pancake Breakfast at Applebee’s Feb 20th to support Vail-Leavitt Music Hall
Applebees Restaurant on Route 58/Old Country Road will be hosting a Pancake Breakfast fundraiser to help Vail-Leavitt Music Hall’s ongoing restoration efforts on Saturday, February 20th from 8 to 10 AM. Take outs are available. Enjoy breakfast while helping support the oldest theater on Long Island or NYC. For advance tickets, call Angela at (631) 722-2589.
Saturday, March 5th – MOTU & his Big Blues Band celebrates the voice of gospel singer Dee Chetta on her milestone birthday!!
International recording artist & 2-time Billboard Music award winner MOTU & his Big Blues Band celebrate the voice of gospel singer Dee Chetta on her milestone birthday!!
Featuring performances by Dee Chetta, Motu, Dead Ahead, Frank Latorre, Lora Kendall, Jim Kolman, Harmonica Bill & Marked Deck, Bob Rush, Barry Titone, Rich Fry, Jeff Howard, Russ Guitars, George Gashonia, Ed Modzel, Mark Loebl & Eddie Mondini. MORE INFORMATION @ WWW.MOTU.NET
Doors open at 6:30 PM Showtime at 7:30 PM CLICK THIS LINK TO PURCHASE TICKETS 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 resume 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.