Relax as you ride a private, concert attendee's-only Schoodic Ferry across Frenchman Bay. Arrive in Winter Harbor to enjoy a lobster bake with a harbor-view at The Fisherman's Galley and see classical music duo Biss/Saeverud live a the Schoodic Arts for All Festival Showcase in Winter Harbor on Sunday, August 12th.
Friday, August 12, 2018 Biss/Saeverud Duo: An Evening of French Music Live at the Schoodic Arts for All Festival
Tour Times: Depart Bar Harbor at 4:00 p.m., Return from Winter Harbor at 9:30 pm, estimated arrival back in Bar Harbor 10:30 pm.
Depart College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor aboard a private, concert-attendee’s only 4:00 p.m. Schoodic Ferry, and enjoy scenic views of Frenchman Bay and Acadia National Park while crossing. Arrive at the Schoodic Marine Center dock where you will have a choice of a scenic 10 minute stroll to dinner or private 5 minute van ride to locally owned and operated The Fisherman’s Galley for a tent-covered lobster bake overlooking the harbor.
Choice of the following entree’s and appetizers:
Maine Lobster Bake: Cup of clam chowder, mix of steamed clams and mussels and 1.25 lb steamed lobster
Sirloin: Grilled 10 oz sirloin steak, served with garden salad and choice of dressing
Eggplant Marvel: Grilled eggplant topped with fresh mozarella and tomato, served with garden salad and choice of dressing
All entree’s accompanied by steamed corn and potatoes, with blueberry pie for dessert.
After dinner, board your private van transportation to historic Hammond Hall. Wander the Schoodic Arts for All Festival Showcase, and experience acclaimed classical music duo pianist Gregory Biss and violinist Trond Saeverud, headliners for the Schoodic Arts for All Festival, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Pianist Gregory Biss and violinist Trond Saeverud present a program of all-time favorites for violin and piano, including Ravel’s dramatic Tzigane, Chausson’s gorgeous Poeme – and Debussy’s groundbreaking sonata. An evening of French fragrances, passions and magic.
Violinist Trond Saeverud and pianist Gregory Biss have performed together since 2006; most often as a duo, but also in combination with visiting summer colleagues from New York and elsewhere. Their concerts have included several premieres and revivals of obscure works that deserve attention – one of them to be presented tonight. The August 12 recital focuses mostly on all time French favorites for violin and piano – including some of the most beloved pieces on the violin repertory.
Enjoy private van transportation from Hammond Hall after the show for a stress-free ride to the Schoodic Ferry, and a beautiful night ride back across the Bay.
Providing affordable, sustainable public marine transportation to the Frenchman Bay community while simultaneously conducting marine monitoring studies.