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Upcoming Events

June 16

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With a voice as smooth as velvet, SAMARA JOY’s star seems to rise with each performance. Following her winning the 2019 Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition, she is currently recording her debut recording, which will feature Samara backed by the Pasquale Grasso Trio.

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June 26

Bohemian Trio

Yosvany Terry, saxophone; Yves Dharamraj, cello; Orlando Alonso, piano

Classical, jazz and world music: the diverse sounds and rhythms of Cuba and the Americas

The Bohemian Trio Brings Its Signature Sounds and Rhythms to the Chapel Restoration

“Together, these musicians honor heritages that blur more than reinforce borders: the blend of European and African traditions that centuries ago amounted to a New World.”   The Wall Street Journal

The concert in the historic Chapel on the Hudson features Yosvany Terry, saxophone; Yves Dharamraj, cello; and Orlando Alonso, piano; performing their unique melding of music from diverse traditions. The Bohemian Trio was formed in 2013 by the three musicians, who come from different cultural and musical backgrounds, to explore the idea that their blend of traditions would speak to the true voice of the Americas: a cacophony of cultures that, together, forges a new identity that transcends Old World boundaries. With roots in Cuba, France, Trinidad, and the US, the Trio shifts intuitively among classical, jazz, and world music. At the heart of their collaborations are Yosvany Terry’s original works, which are driven by Afro-Cuban rhythms, sweeping classical melodies, and a touch of improvisation; rounded out with commissioned works by contemporary composers and favorites from the classical repertoire.

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July 17

Elizabeth Wolff, piano

Brahms Waltzes, Barber Sonata, Schubert B Flat Sonata

 

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August 5

Music by the amazing Kaia Kater, Beer by Industrial Arts, Food by Bazodee Street Foods,  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

Maeve Gilchrist, Celtic harp

Selections from “The Harpweaver”

Inspired by Edna Vincent Millay’s classic poem, The Ballad of the Harp-Weaver

 

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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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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