The big classical music event of January in our area was the Woodstock Chamber Orchestra’s concert at the Woodstock Playhouse on January 6.
Saturday, September 2: Ingrid Sertso, Karl Berger and their All-Star Octet to honor the great experimental jazz trumpeter
Saturday, July 8: His source material comes from the works of Hildegard von Bingen, the great 12th-century mystic nun.
The audience responded to contemporary music string quartet called ETHEL enthusiastically.
After 101 seasons of chamber music in the woods, you might think that Maverick Concerts doesn’t need to make any changes. But Maverick’s spirit remains young and changes are in the works.
His “Winner’s Concert” will be an all-American program, including works of Sousa, Copland, Gershwin (an original work for strings!), Chawick, Conni Ellisor, and Dvorák’s “New World” Symphony.
Barbara Pickhardt, music director of Ars Choralis, has a knack for presenting ambitious theme programs which often really teach us something as they entertain us.
From past experience I was expecting a fine performance from pianist Yalin Chi at Saugerties Pro Musica on February 19.
Starts Saturday, March 4. Three years ago, composer George Tsontakis launched an improbable series of piano recitals at his hometown library, the Olive Free Library in West Shokan.
I have never heard the WCO sound as good as it did during this concert, under the direction of William Stevens.