Summer Concerts at Wampus Brook Park

July 8 - September 9 Current Season

Welcome Summer
It's time to bring out your lawn chairs, picnic baskets, family and friends to enjoy wonderful summer evening concerts at one of the most beautiful parks in Westchester County.

Free Admission
Wampus Brook Park
Armonk, NY

Blues and Swing

The Swingaroos

Saturday · July 8 · 8 PM

NYC/Westchester blues and swing group, The Swingaroos, entertain with their original 1930-40's-inspired tunes as well as forgotten goodies by world-famous bandleaders Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller and Artie Shaw. Their jive is hot swing with Hollywood class and a Vaudeville spirit. Members include Kimberly Hawkey, Assaf Gleizner, Dan Glaude, and Nat Ranson.

Jazz and Soul

Charlie Lagond

Saturday · July 22 · 8 PM

Co-Founder of Lagond Music School, Charlie Lagond has worked as a professional musician for over 35 years, performing around the world with artists including Chet Baker, Woody Herman, Buddy Rich, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Mangione, The Jackson Five, the Temptations, Natalie Cole, and Kid Creole & the Coconuts, with whom he has performed at several presidential inaugural balls and at a Command Performance by request of Princess Diana.

Broadway Classics

Broadway Review

Saturday · August 5 · 8 PM


New Rochelle Opera

Saturday · August 19 · 8 PM

New Rochelle Opera has been thrilling audiences with full opera productions since 1985. Critics and audiences alike have praised the professionalism of their performances. NRO's mission is to create a deeper understanding and appreciation of live opera by providing top quality, professional opera performances to local audiences, and giving aspiring young singers an opportunity to showcase their talents in a full-length opera production.


As You Like It

Saturday · September 9 · 8 PM

Duke Senior, banished and usurped by his brother, Duke Frederick, now lives in the Forest of Arden, with his noblemen. Senior's daughter Rosalind has been allowed to remain at court with Frederick's daughter Celia, but she suddenly incurs Frederick's displeasure, and is banished. Celia decides to run away with her, and they leave for Arden with Rosalind disguised as a man, and accompanied by Touchstone, a clown.