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Latin Grammy® nominee Tony Succar fuses an irresistible mix of exuberant afro-latino inspired music, the seductive rhythms of salsa, and the energy of jazz and pop beats. According to Miami New Times, “If the King of Pop had ever produced a Latin album, it probably would have sounded a lot like the Magic City’s Tony Succar.”

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2019 Catskill Forest Festival

Jul 27, 2019 @ 10:00 AM

The Catskill Forest Festival is BACK for it's 10th year running! The event promises to be bigger and better than ever before - 65+ vendors, lumberjack shows, truck and tractor parades, arts & crafts, local foods and beverages, kids shows, lectures by industry experts, games and tournaments, and so much more! learn more at www.catskillforestfestival.com   Hosted by THE CATSKILL FOREST...

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Hudson Valley Music Festival # HugSomeoneDammit

Jul 27, 2019 - Jul 28, 2019 @ 12:00 PM

Don’t miss out 7-27-28...Family Friendly event..All local artist from across Hudson Valley. Music starts at 12 noon Musician include: Jordan Stoner Jeremy Torres Kendyle Paige Slam Allen E’lissa Jones Nostalgia Collective Records Nicole Cayales The Spins Rock Ridge Music Brandon Stoner Cobalt Mountain Varvara Michael McCarthy Caitlin Perry Jahvel Lewis Come one day or both .. 30 dollars for...

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An Evening of Music and Meditation

Jul 27, 2019 @ 06:00 PM

With Frederic Chiu, piano and Stephen Cope, scholar-in-residence and Kripalu Ambassador, founder and former director of the Kripalu Institute for   An interweaving of classical music with meditation, chanting and “loving silence” communication. Research shows that heightened qualities of mindfulness can profoundly affect our appreciation of and joy in music. Join collaborators Stephen...

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The Jupiter String Quartet stands at the forefront of the younger generation of classical chamber music ensembles. Formed in 2002, they perform at the world’s finest halls including New York’s Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, London’s Wigmore Hall, Austria’s Esterhazy Palace just to name a few. Michael Brown has been described as “one of the most refined of all pianist-composers”...

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Opening Night of The Philadelphia Orchestra’s August residency will continue the new tradition of featuring Tchaikovsky’s famed 1812 Overture, complete with fireworks, live cannon fire and dancers from Pennsylvania Ballet, as the kick-off to the 2019 orchestra season. New to the program for 2019, will be the SPAC premiere of dancers from the Philadelphia Dance Company (PHILADANCO)....

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Leopold Stokowski, known for his long association with The Philadelphia Orchestra, was a cultural pioneer, bringing the latest in art and music to Philadelphia in the early 1900s and presenting it in bold, new ways – most notably his incredible interpretations of famous baroque works.   This robust program features Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D, which has become a vastly...

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Christian Sands believes in the power of education.  His commitment to the arts and jazz culture in ever present in all he does.  He utilizes this love for Jazz in preparing and sharing with future jazz players.   “My music is about teaching the way of jazz and keeping it alive"   These interactive concerts, long a Maverick tradition, are designed for enjoyment by children in grades...

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Five-time Grammy nominee Christian Sands is an emerging Jazz force. His abundant piano technique perfectly matches his conception: a fresh look at the entire language of Jazz. Whether it's stride, swing, bebop, progressive, fusion or Afro-Cuban, Sands develops the past while providing unusual and stimulating vehicles for the present and future.

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