PMPM Host "Music at the Monument" with Accordionist Terri Conti

July 11th on the lawn...
Accordionist Terri Conti will perform at the Pilgrim Monument (Courtesy photo)

The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM) is hosting Music at the Monument, a series of free outdoor concerts on Wednesday evenings from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. On July 11, accordionist Terri Conti will be performing. The concert will be held outdoors on the lawn adjacent to the Monument overlooking Provincetown Harbor. Goodwill donations suggested and a cash bar is available. The PMPM is presenting the free concert series as a way to give back to the community. Guests are encouraged to bring a chair or a blanket for seating.

Terri has been playing accordion since age six and performing publicly since age nine. Her childhood and teenage years were filled with competitions, festivals and performances. She received a music scholarship to a small private college in California. In recent years, she has played accordion in a wide variety of ensembles including Viva Patshiva,  Micheline Van Hautem quartet, Isle of Klezbos, They Might Be Gypsies and the David Arkenstone Orchestra. Terri is something of a gypsy herself, in recent years choosing to do street performance so she can travel freely. Terri has “busked” in Provincetown, in Burlington,Vermont, in the markets and subway platforms of New York City, as well as Montreal, Key West, New Orleans, Santa Cruz, CA, various cities in Ireland and France.

Wednesday July 11 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on the lawn at the Pilgrim Monument

1 High Pole Hill Road

Provincetown, MA


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