Make Music

Shakespeare Market

Shakespeare Market Music Schedule – Sunday June 20

Performance Schedule

Live Music from 10-4pm with over 40 craft vendors and food trucks!




Walkingwood Mandolin Quartet
WMQ was founded at the turn of the century (um, the most-recent one) to apply the quartetto classico version of the mandolin quartet (2 mandolins, mandola, and mandocello) to a completely new repertoire. Whatever your preconceptions are about what a mandolin quartet is like, forget them.

Cowboy Keith Chapman
Singer/Song Writer

12 noon
David Coller
Hamden singer-songwriter David Coller brings with him a variety of songs and styles: jazzy soon-to-be standards, new bluegrass tunes, sea-songs, a cowboy tune or two and plenty of straight-up folk performed on the guitar, banjo, and the odd bit of button accordion. If you have wide-ranging (not to say “scattered” or “aimless”) tastes in music, an appreciation for careful instrumental and vocal arrangements, and an enjoyment of polished lyrics, you’re bound to enjoy the show.

Myra and Colin Healy
Colin and Myra Healy started singing together as teenagers discovering folk music. They performed at local events and ran a Coffeehouse called Lorien in Huntington Center in the basement of the Congregational Church Hall. The Healys played with the Ash Creek String Band for almost 4 decades. They perform a wide variety of popular and obscure roots music from the US and British Isles on as many vintage and handmade instruments as they can fit in the car. Guitar, fiddle, mandolin, octave mandolin, harmonica and banjo will all accompany their tight harmonies. Bring your spoons to play along.

Samantha Feliciano
Tells stories through modern arrangements of jazz, blues, soul, popular music and original compositions.

Storytime Bob Edwards
Singer/songwriter and a cover artist. He blends originals and his take on covers that range from the 1900’s to 2010 with a collection of stories about the songs.