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Upcoming Events

Restoration Roadhouse - 7:30 p.m.

Restoration Roadhouse - 7:30 p.m.

July 20    

Black Feathers

Dynamic Duo the Black Feathers from the UK bring their lush harmonies and big feels to the Hudson River Valley.
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SUNDAY MUSIC SERIES — 4 p.m.

SUNDAY MUSIC SERIES — 4 p.m.

July 21    

Euntaek Kim, piano

Program: A polaroid piano journey into nature and pathos, with incantations of all that is beautiful and supernatural — including the world premiere of Euntaek Kim’s Sonata for Piano, whose subject is inspired by the beauty and the history of Cold Spring, NY, and Prokofiev’s Sonatas No. 2 and No. 8.

Artist Biography: Hailed by The New York Times as “nimble” and “colorful,” the American pianist and conductor Euntaek (ET) Kim is receiving worldwide recognition for his unique and ambitious work.

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SUNDAY MUSIC SERIES — 4 p.m.

SUNDAY MUSIC SERIES — 4 p.m.

August 18    

Duo Callisto: Jules Bieber, cello; Danielle Buonaiuto, voice

Program: Duo Calisto explores contemporary repertoire for soprano and cello, highlighting compositions by women, non-binary and LGBTQ+ composers, including composers Jessie Montgomery, Heather Gilligan, and arrangements by the duo. Pianist Yalin Chi joins for works by Ned Rorem, Francis Poulenc, and Claude Debussy.

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Restoration Roadhouse – 7 p.m.

Restoration Roadhouse – 7 p.m.

September 6    

Dori Freeman

Dori Freeman has sharpened her vision of Appalachian Americana over five studio albums. From the country traditionalism of her self-titled debut to the amplified folk of Ten Thousand Roses, it’s a sound that nods to her mountain-town roots even as it reaches beyond them. Freeman continues creating her own musical geography with Do You Recall, the songwriter’s most eclectic — and electric — record yet.

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SUNDAY MUSIC SERIES — 4 p.m.

SUNDAY MUSIC SERIES — 4 p.m.

September 15    

David Shifrin, clarinet; Yalin Chi, piano

Program: A musical reunion between David Shifrin and Yalin Chi, featuring stalwarts of the clarinet repertory by Brahms, Poulenc, and Debussy.

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Our Mission

When you host your wedding or event at the Chapel, attend a concert or reading, or simply donate, you are contributing to an important historical landmark building and supporting a volunteer run, not-for-profit organization.

We need you to help us fulfill our mission:

  • To maintain and preserve this historic landmark and Hudson River site
  • To protect it as a place of quiet contemplation and repose
  • To provide a setting for significant occasions and events
  • To offer programs that enrich the cultural life of the community