Schedule

February

Saturday, February 23
7:30pm
734-761-7435

Gemini at the Ann Arbor Friends Meeting House

1420 Hill St, Ann Arbor, MI

We'll be playing our "Those Were the Days" show of classic folk songs of the 1960's. Come sing along with us to the iconic songs of Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, and more. This will be a special benefit concert for the Friends Lake Cooperative Community.

Sunday, February 24. 2019
2:00pm
248-691-7480

Gemini at the Oak Park Public Library

14200 Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park, MI

A free concert for children and the whole family.

March

Saturday, March 9
8:00pm
InterfaithSpirit.org/cafe704.html

Harmony Bones at Cafe 704

Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth, 704 Airport Blvd. Ann Arbor, MI

Laz will join Jeanne Mackey, Tom Voiles, Linda Teaman, John Lloyd and Eric Fithian (collectively known as “Harmony Bones”) in a wide range of original, traditional and contemporary folk music. Rich harmonies and an array of finstruments — guitar, mandolin, flute, pennywhistle, fiddle, banjo, percussion, bass, even sitar! The band’s name, “Harmony Bones,” comes from an acupuncture point that harmonizes imbalances and promotes clear thinking, seeing, and hearing!

Suggested donation is $8 each or 2/$15.

Sunday, March 10
1:00pm
989-837-1885
BeCreative360.org

Gemini at Creative 360

1517 Bayliss St., Midland, MI

A Gemini Family Concert at this wonderful venue that celebrates the arts, offering year-round classes, workshops and performances for all ages. For part of this show we will be joined by the 5th grade choir from Carpenter and Plymouth Schools.

Sunday, March 24
1:00pm
734-763-TKTS
TheArk.org

Gemily at the Ark Coffeehouse

316 S. Main St. Ann Arbor

GEMILY's annual Spring Celebration concert! Join us (San, Laz and Emily) to sing in, and dance in, the return of the beloved season!

April

Wednesday, April 3
10:30am
annarborsma.org

San, Emily and Jacob at Wednesday AM Musicale

Ann Arbor City Club
1830 Washtenaw Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI

A concert for adults.

Saturday, April 20
11:00am
800-772-3370
KalamazooMuseum.org

Gemini at the Kalamazoo Valley Museum

230 N. Rose St., Kalamazoo, MI

A free concert in this interactive museum's new series "Sensory Saturdays," meant for all families, but especially those with children on the autism spectrum. Throughout the day, in addition to our performance, there will be story and puppet times, related hands-on activities, as well as the making of musical instruments and dance crafts.

Saturday, April 27
11:00am
HuntingtonWoodsLib.org
248-543-9720

Gemini at the Huntington Woods Library

26415 Scotia Rd., Huntington Woods, MI

We'll be playing a free concert for children and families.

May

Saturday, May 11
8:00pm
734-327-0270
InterfaithSpirit.org

6th Annual Benefit Concert in Honor of Helen’s Memory

Cafe 704, Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth, 704 Airport Blvd., Ann Arbor MI

Laz played a number of concerts at Cafe 704 over the years, always with his wife Helen, until she passed away in 2012. To honor her memory, and to celebrate her life, Laz is dedicating this yearly concert to her. Proceeds from the evening will be donated to two organizations: one that supports nature preservation, and the other, an emergency shelter for homeless children and their families. Both of these causes were very close to Helen’s heart.

Laz will be joined by a band of special guests, all of whom recorded or performed with Helen. Laz and his guests will sing some of Helen’s songs, as well as original and traditional music in both folk and classical styles.

June

Saturday, June 15
1:00pm
810-721-2110

Gemini at the Goodland Township Library

2370 N. Van Dyke Rd., Imlay City, MI

A free concert for children and the whole family, as part of the Library's summer reading program.

Tuesday, June 25
6:00pm
734-942-7589

Gemini at the Romulus Public Library

11121 Wayne Rd., Romulus, MI

A free concert for children and the whole family, as part of the Library's summer reading program.

Wednesday, June 26
12 noon
734-416-4278

Gemini at Music in the Park

Kellogg Park, Plymouth, MI

A free Gemini Family Concert. We’ve been part of this concert series for many years, and it’s always a great treat — the park fills with hundreds of people, and many of the parents heard us when they were kids, and are now bringing their own! We'll be joined by members of our Good Mischief Band, Mike Morrison on drums and Eric Fithian on bass.

Thursday, June 27
1:30pm
269-561-5050

Gemini at the Fennville District Library

400 W. Main St., Fennville, MI

A free concert for children and the whole family, as part of the Library's summer reading program.

July

Tuesday,July 16
12:30pm
810-664-6971

Gemini at the Lapeer District Library - deAngeli Branch

921 W Nepessing St., Lapeer, MI

A free outdoor concert for children and the whole family, as part of the Library's summer reading program.

Tuesday, July 23
11:00am
810-796-3586

Gemini at the Dryden Township Library

5480 Main St., Dryden, MI

A free concert for children and the whole family, as part of the Library's summer reading program.

Wednesday, July 24
10:30am
517-851-7810

Gemini at the Capital Area District Library - Stockbridge Branch

200 Wood St., Stockbridge, MI

A free concert for children and the whole family, as part of the Library's summer reading program.

August

Wednesday, August 7
7:00pm
FarmLib.org

Gemini at Riley Park

35520 Eight Mile Rd., Farmington, MI

We'll be playing a free outdoor concert for children and families, sponsored by the Farmington Community Library. We'll be joined by members of our "Good Mischief Band," Mike Morrison on drums and Eric Fithian on bass.

Thursday, August 8
6:00pm
810-232-7111

San & Emily at the Flint Public Library

1026 E. Kearsley St., Flint, MI

We return to play a concert for adults (though all are welcome!). We'll play from our whole range of material, folk, country, international and even a little jazz and classical music.

September

Saturday, September 14
noon-2:00pm
248-651-7810

Laz and Eric at "Goodison Good Tyme"

Bear Creek Nature Park, 748 West Snell Rd., Rochester, MI

Laz is joined by Eric Fithian (bass player in Gemini's "Good Mischief Band") at this free family festival. Besides the music, activities from 11:00-3:00 include: Rock Wall & Zip Line Adventures, Archery, Face Painting, T-Shirt stecilling, Pioneer Games, etc.

November

Saturday, November 23
7:00pm
269-983-3688

Gemini at the Box Factory for the Arts

1101 Broad St., St. Joseph, MI

We’ll be doing our show for adults, consisting of our original songs, as well as classic songs of the 1960’s folk revival. For part of both sets of this concert we will be joined by a wonderful children’s choir called “All God’s Children Community Choir” and their their co-founding directors, Larry and Sandy Feldman. Comprised of a racially diverse group of boys and girls, ages three to eighteen, the choir was formed in 2001 with the goal of bridging the racial divide in the Benton Harbor - St. Joseph area. We have sung with “All God’s Children” a number of times in the last 18 years, and are honored to have them join us at this performance — both because of what they add to our concert musically, but also because of the hope for racial harmony which they represent.

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July

Wednesday, July 10
12 noon- 1:00pm
RochesterHills.org

Gemini at "Wet and Wild Wednesdays"

Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm
1005 Van Hoosen Rd, Rochester, MI 48307

We'll be joined by members of our Good Mischief Band, Mike Morrison on drums and Eric Fithian on bass. After our show there will be an hour of all sorts of water fun for children and families!