The Chapel Inspires and Connects

Upcoming Events

August 5

Music by the amazing Kaia Kater, Beer by Industrial Arts, Food by Thailicious Food Truck all with a view of the Hudson River.

“…plaintive, mesmerizing … writes and performs with the skill of a folk-circuit veteran…”
— Rolling Stone

“Where bluegrass meets Nina Simone”
— The Guardian

A Montreal-born Grenadian-Canadian, Kaia Kater grew up between two worlds: her family’s deep ties to folk music and the years she spent soaking up Appalachian music in West Virginia. Her old-time banjo-picking skills, deft arrangements, and songwriting abilities have landed her in the spotlight in North America and the UK, garnering critical acclaim from outlets such as NPR, CBC Radio, Rolling Stone, BBC Music, and No Depression

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August 14

Celtic Harpist Maeve Gilchrist at Chapel Restoration

“A phenomenal harp player who can make her instrument ring with unparalleled purity,” Maeve Gilchrist, Celtic harp, will perform at The Chapel Restoration on Sunday, August 14, at 4:00. Her program includes selections from her latest recording, The Harpweaver, inspired by Edna Vincent Millay’s classic poem, The Ballad of the Harp-Weaver. The concert is free and open to all. Donations are suggested and deeply appreciated, Proof of vaccinations and masks required.

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September 16th


Sunny War live at The Chapel Restoration with a view of the Hudson River, local beer by Industrial Arts and a food truck on site.

“…her right thumb plunks the bass part while her forefinger upstrokes notes and chords, leaving the other three fingers unused. A banjo technique, it’s also used by acoustic blues guitarists. Her fingers are long and strong – Robert Johnson hands – in jarring contrast to the waif they’re attached to. The walking bass line sounds like a hammer striking piano keys in perfect meter, while the fills are dynamic flurries – like cluster bombs. I haven’t heard a young guitarist this dexterous and ass-kicking in eons.” – Michael Simmons, L.A Weekly

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September 18

Bardin-Niskala Duo

An-Lin Bardin, cello and Naomi Naskala, piano

Traditional and new works based on folk songs of various heritages

Becenti, Boulanger, del Aguila, Dvorak, Mahler, Wu


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October 2

Author Julia Phillips

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October 16

Sheryl Staples, violin and Yalin Chi, piano
Brahms Sonata No. 2 in A Major; Grieg Sonata No. 3 in C minor; Prokofiev-Grunes “Romeo and Juliet”



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October 23

Author David Hollander

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November 20

Claremont Trio

Emily Bruskin, violin; Julia Bruskin, cello; Andrea Lam, piano

A selection of classical music

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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