A pair of authors visit the Albany Institute of History and Art to offer insights into Valley-related subjects. J. Thomas Allison, author of Hudson River Steamboat Catastrophes, gives an entertaining overview of the perils of 19th century steamboat travel on the 16th.
See ’em before they’re famous: The annual Hudson Valley Philharmonic String Competition has launched the careers of several top-shelf classical musicians (including Ani Kavafian of the Lincoln Center Chamber Players and the Eroica Trio’s Adela Pena). Some the country’s best conservatory violinists, cellists, and violists are put through their musical paces as they vie...
This vocal ensemble celebrates its 20th anniversary with “A Few of Our Favorite Things,” a spring choral concert. The program includes classical works, contemporary pieces, and vocal jazz compositions.
Music lovers will experience the sounds of award-winning hit-maker, pianist and recording artist Jim Brickman as he brings one of the most entertaining and romantic concert events of the year with The Love Tour.
Brickman's engaging stage presence seamlessly blends mood and music to touch the heart in a special way, letting fan's imaginations take them wherever they want to go....
Opening reception Saturday, February 15, 5-7pm
Coinciding with the concert is an exhibition in the Center Hall Gallery of Rebecca Allan’s paintings, many of which are featured in The Crossroads Project
Explore the natural world as you learn about hiking, tracking, animals and how it all comes together to create this thing we call – habitat. Badges Completed: Outdoors ~ Skill Building Badge Animals ~ Skill Building Badge.
January 31 – March 29, 2014
Free opening reception and all-age art workshop:
Friday, January 31, 6:30-8:00pm
Thursday, February 27, 2014, 6pm
Pelham Art Center is pleased to announce a group exhibition of kinetic sculpture, installation, drawing, painting, and video narratives by seven contemporary artists. Migration Narratives will...
Although Popa Chubby grew up in the 1970s, he took his cue from artists of the '60s, including Sly & the Family Stone, Jimi Hendrix, and Eric Clapton, among others. In his early twenties, he enjoyed and played blues music, but also worked for a while backing punk poet Richard Hell.
Lúnasa, acknowledged as one of the finest Irish instrumental bands in recent times, has appeared at renowned venues such as the Sydney Opera House and the White House. See why the New York Times has named it “the hottest Irish acoustic group on the planet.”