When the world-famous Shanghai Quartet performed at the Maverick concert series this summer, they played their encore on string instruments created by Woodstock craftsman David Wiebe.
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Maverick Concerts concluded its 2018 summer season with two full weekends of music.
A launch concert for his just-released album will be held on Sunday, September 9, at 8 p.m., at Colony Woodstock, 22 Rock City Road.
Woodstock’s legendary songwriter/singer Tom Pacheco comes to the Empire State Railway Museum (ESRM), for his traditional two nights Labor Day Weekend concerts for Flying Cat Music at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, September 1 and again Sunday, September 2.
Every year since 2000, Nathan Koenig and Shelli Lipton of the Woodstock Museum have come up with a theme under which to put out a call for issues-oriented works for their annual free film festival, which will again be running over the Labor Day weekend starting Friday evening, August 31, at 7 p.m.
The Woodstock Artist Association and Museum isn’t really a museum at all. It turns out that an application for such status that was on the verge of being approved by the state 13 years ago was never finalized, and is now obsolete.
The Phoenicia Arts and Event Space opened in April. Its owners insist, contrary to reports, that straight white male artists are welcome.
The ninth annual Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice, held August 3-5, took the theme of “Sirens of the Voice” in the year of #metoo.
Mary Frank, who will be feted at the reception for her new exhibit of works, 2 p.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, August 11 at Elena Zang Gallery in Shady, and has just released a new book of her epic photographic works, Refuge, has always been an activist — from the early battles over civil rights, our involvement in foreign wars, the rise of feminism, and ongoing battles against world hunger and thirst to the most recent separations of refugee families at our borders and attacks on Planned Parenthood.
The production, set in Spain during the Spanish Civil War, will be one of 13 events at the ninth annual Voicefest, held August 3 through 5 at the outdoor stage in Phoenicia’s Parish Field and other venues around town.