MORRISTOWN -- The Gateway Museum will kick off its summer concert series on July 14. Performances will be 7 p.m. each night at the gazebo on Main Street. To get there, turn onto Main Street from state Route 37. At the intersection with state Route 58, it is a right if coming from the east and a left if coming from the west. Rain location is the Gateway Museum Spilman Auditorium on Main Street.
July 14’s performance will be the Northern Lights Orchestra. Their program titled "A Night on the River" contains pieces inspired by rivers and water-related themes. Included are "The Blue Danube," "Moon River" and Handel's "Water Music." They will perform selections from the films "Titanic," "Lady In The Water" and "Pirates of the Caribbean. Also part of the repertoire is "The River," an original piece by Madrid-Waddington student Cassidy Scott.
The Paul Knowles Combo will take the stage on July 21. They are a jazz group.
On July 28, Mary Ann Casale and Andy VanDuyne will play an acoustic set.
Sweet Adeline's a cappella chorus will sing on Aug. 4.
Aug. 11 will feature Yellow Moon. They are a combination of jazz, bluegrass and Brazilian music.
Don Woodcock and Gretchen Koehler will play fiddle tunes on Aug. 18.
The Frank Sacci Big Band will round out the series on Aug. 25.