Duck Village Stage Sessions

Duck Village Stage Sessions

This section is for all past Duck Village Stage Sessions.

About the Series: Somerville Community Access Television and Aeronaut Brewing Company presents Duck Village Stage Sessions, a weekly production featuring musicians, speakers, creatives & innovators!

Named after a small speakeasy village in Somerville behind the railroad tracks, DUCK VILLAGE is the name of our Wednesday night weekly recording initiative at Aeronaut Brewing Company.

SCATV films featured musicians/bands/presenters/performers and brings you one awesome edited highlight of the night!

4 years ago

SCATV and Aeronaut Brewery presents Duck Village Stage Sessions, a weekly production featuring musicians, creatives & innovators! In this episode of Duck Village Stage Sessions enjoy the talented sounds of And then There was One.

ABOUT THE SERIES & COLLABORATION:

Every two weeks, Somerville Media Center films the The Duck Village Stage Music series, a pop up recording and broadcast venue for performing arts in the Aeronaut Brewing Company's taproom at 14 Tyler Street, Somerville. Duck Village Stage pays homage to the prohibition era Somerville speakeasies in the Duck Village neighborhood which is a stone's throw away on the other side of the railroad tracks. We're dedicated to highlighting new and innovative new acts and pioneering performances in music, dance and theater, and broadcasting, recording and archiving the performances.

Duck Village Stage:
https://www.facebook.com/duckvillage/

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5 years ago

An evening of Adult folktales at Aeronaut Brewery!

(C) SCATV 2017

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5 years ago

SCATV and Aeronaut Brewery presents Duck Village Stage Sessions, a weekly production featuring musicians, creatives & innovators! In this episode of Duck Village Stage Sessions enjoy the talented sounds of The Sunset Kings.

ABOUT THE SERIES & COLLABORATION:
​​​​Each week SCATV films the The Duck Village Stage Music series, a pop up recording and broadcast venue for performing arts in the Aeronaut Brewing Company's taproom at 14 Tyler Street, Somerville. Duck Village Stage pays homage to the prohibition era Somerville speakeasies in the Duck Village neighborhood which is a stone's throw away on the other side of the railroad tracks. We're dedicated to highlighting new and innovative new acts and pioneering performances in music, dance and theater, and broadcasting, recording and archiving the performances.

Duck Village Stage:
https://www.facebook.com/duckvillage/

Credits: A big thank you to the wonderful interns for their fine filmmaking skills along with help from their super awesome supervisor, Erica Jones.

(C) SCATV 2016

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