Summer Courtyard Music Series

July 9th – August 27th (every Friday), 5:30pm. Summer Courtyard Music Series

The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum is excited to present a host of new and entertaining summer events. Included will be living-history performances, music in the courtyard, and summer theater on the lawn with the New Zenith Theater Company. Admission to all events is free.

A diverse music series in the museum’s new courtyard will fill delight guests all summer long. The Summer Courtyard Music Series will begin July 9, 2021, at 5:30 p.m. and feature everything from Latin jazz to colonial tunes to classical favorites to modern pop. Inclement weather will move performances into the Holcombe Education Center.


July 9 – the classical and Latin guitar stylings of Dave Giardina, accompanied by violinist and vocalist Karina Hernandez.

July 16 & August 6 – Tim Scott will perform acoustic music for all ages.

July 23 – Vocalist, arranger, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Orice Jenkins will share jazz standards and cuts from his latest album, “Centennial Cole.”

July 30 – Renehan and Mastrianni’s family-friendly performance will include jazz, pop, soul, rock, and folk music with a twist.

August 13 – Nelson Bello and Friends Nelson Bello and his eponymous Latin Jazz Trio will perform Afro-Cuban and Caribbean-flavored jazz.

August 20 – Linda and Tom Traue, The Forlorn Hope (from the 5th CT Regiment) will offer colonial music with Celtic harp, psaltery and songs to sooth the weary traveler.

August 27 – School Daze, the “house band” for the John Wallace Middle School “Show Choir” since 1999, will perform classic rock hits.

About the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum
Located in the heart of Connecticut’s largest historic district, the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum provides the quintessential New England experience – from the settling of Wethersfield to the early 20th century. Admission to the museum includes entrance to the galleries at the Holcombe Education Center and tours of the 1752 Joseph Webb House, where General George Washington met with French General Rochambeau and planned the military campaign leading to the end of the Revolutionary War; the 1770 Silas Deane House, built for America’s first diplomat to France; and the 1788 Isaac Stevens House, which depicts Connecticut life in the 18th and 19th centuries. For more information visit: or social media at @webbdeanestevens, email or call (860) 529-0612.