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Hudson Valley, NY
Calendar of Music Events

Displaying events from
Tuesday May 24, 2022 to Monday May 30, 2022

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Tuesday, May 24
Tuesday
6:30 pm
to
8:00 pm
* Debbie Major & Vinny Frisina
Contemporary, Pop/Soft Rock, and Jazz
Cornwall-on-Hudson Bandstand Concert Series
250 Hudson Street
Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY   See Map
Concerts in the beautiful Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY. Grab your blanket, cooler, friends & family, and come on down for the Cornwall-on-Hudson Bandstand Concert Series held every Tuesday night from May through September.

Relax and enjoy a beautiful sunset and a wonderful night of music among friends and family!

Weather postponement?...the concert is then rescheduled to the next day Wednesday (same time).

Tuesday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Poughkeepsie's Longest Running Jazz Jam
with Poughkeepsie Jazz Project
Jazz, Blues, and Latin
Mahoney's Irish Pub & Steakhouse
35 Main Street
Poughkeepsie NY, NY   See Map
The Poughkeepsie Jazz Project was created in 2012 with the goal of maintaining live jazz culture and community in Poughkeepsie, NY. Since its inception, The PKJP has presented a weekly jazz jam session accessible to all musicians and fans of live music. Over the past nine years, the jam has been honored to host hundreds of musicians from the Tri-state area. This event is free to both participants and listeners. All with a passion for jazz are welcome.

Music performed at this session is a mixture of: jazz standards, jazz repertoire, american songbook, bossa nova, and afro cuban. Sorry, we do not host original material at this session.

If you have any questions please contact Ben Basile at benbasilebass@gmail.com
PKJP Facebook Page
Wednesday, May 25
Wednesday
7:00 pm
to
9:30 am
Saratoga Acoustic Blues Society
with Elly Wininger
Blues, Acoustic
Caffe Lena
47 Phila Street
Saratoga Springs, NY   See Map
I will be the featured artist at this monthly gathering of blues lovers and players at the historic Caffe Lena.I'll be doing a set at 7:00, then Open Mic followed by jam. All ages and playing levels are welcome. $5 admission.
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Thursday, May 26
Thursday
7:00 pm
Stephen Clair 'To The Trees' Album ReleaseThe FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Clair's brilliant new album To the Trees, focuses on home, looking to his own leafy backyard , taking his trusty Martin up and down the fertile Hudson Valley, planting seeds along the way.

"Clair's talents—deadpan delivery, keen wordsmithing, and deceptively intricate fretwork—are at the fore,
shining through ..." — Chronogram Magazine

VIDEO: Let It Out: https://youtu.be/x08FGFB0Wzo

http://stephenclair.com/

Once the essence of the itinerant troubadour, writing and performing his songs from Seattle to the south of France, Stephen Clair’s been everywhere, man. And the songs (and albums) just keep coming. 2019 saw his supercharged Strange Perfume album, produced by Malcolm Burn, and in 2020, mid-pandemic, Clair released The Small Hours LP. The accolades did overflow.

Relocating from Brook Brooklyn to Pete Seeger’s quieter lair of Beacon over a decade ago, the peripatetic Clair, with his brilliant new album To the Trees, has decided to focus his sights on home, looking to his own leafy backyard not just for inspiration, but for perspiration, too—taking his trusty Martin up and down the fertile Hudson Valley, planting seeds along the way.

A family man now, the father of teenagers, Clair largely built this, his 9th and most personal album yet, from the rumblings within the four walls of his 19th century corner homestead, a former general store.

Clair’s library, filled with Samuel Beckett, Dorothy Parker and E.B. White, again inspires, with the title track paying deference to Italo Calvino’s The Baron in the Trees—the song’s subject walking out on a family meal to live out her days amidst the limbs.

Music aficionado Stephen Clair is renowned in Beacon NY as the driving force behind concerts of all sizes, and is the founder of the Beacon Music Factory, which teaches music to as many adults as it does kids. These endeavors hardly stand in the way of Clair’s own music-making. His current 5-piece band adds significant spice to Clair’s catalog, and lifts the songs—new and old - to the rafters.
Thursday
7:00 pm
Opener: Natalia ZukermanThe FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Natalia Zukerman comes equipped with a triple-threat toolbox: She's an incisive songwriter with the phrasing of a jazz-blues singer and the phenomenal ...
‎The Women Who Rode Away

Natalia is an American artist and musician. She blends genres of blues, jazz, bluegrass and folk.

nataliazukerman.com

Thursday
7:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Open Mic / Jam Night!
with Tapped Jam Night!
Open Mic
Tapped Gastropub
22 Henry Street
Middletown , NY   See Map
Open Jam Night this Thursday and Every Thursday! Great homemade food, craft beers, and friendly service! Free parking! All musicians and singers welcome! Beginners encouraged! Sign up at 6:30!
Facebook Page
Friday, May 27
Friday
4:00 pm
to
7:00 pm
Outdoor Music
with Kurt Henry & Dog Knows
Multi-genre original
Mamakating Farmers Market
2948 Route 209
Wurtsboro, NY   See Map
Join Kurt Henry & Dog Knows for the opening of Mamakating's First Farmers Market of the season!

Rain or Shine!

2948 Route 209, Wurtsboro, NY
Friday
5:00 pm
to
8:00 pm
Leo B.
Acoustic
Ringside Fire Grill
344 PA-507
Tafton, PA   See Map
Come enjoy an evening of music including everything from the Beatles, Clapton, John Mayer, Simon & Garfunkel, Steely Dan, Van Morrison and many more!!
Friday
5:00 pm
to
8:00 pm
Northern Pa!
with T.J. Santiago
Acoustic, Rock (classic), and Singer-Songwriter
Honesdale Wine Lounge
542 main St.
Honesdale, NY   See Map
I’ll be at the Honesdale wine lounge solo on this date. A really cool spot in a quant town.
Friday
6:00 pm
to
8:00 pm
The Anthem Band
Roots Music, Ska
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
It’s the Anthem Band with its truly original sound that is creating a big wave throughout the USA. Anthem has played with international reggae artists, including: Sister Carol, Third World, Yellowman, Jimmy Cliff, Big Mountain, The Wailers Band, Burning Spear, Black Uhuru, Judy Mowatt, The Neville Bros, The Isley Brothers, Maxi Priest, Buju Banton, Capleton, Chacadimus and Pliers, John Holt, Ken Booth, Dennis Brown and Super Cat. Anthem has also been featured with Sister Carol on the Conan O'Brian show.

The show will be held outside on Esther Street. If it rains, the show will be moved inside the BeanRunner Cafe.

$20/pp donation to the musicians.

Make reservations at 914-737-1701.
Friday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Country Music The Way It Was Meant To Be
with Tenbrooks Molly
Country
Redline Roadhouse
Cortlandt Manor, NY   See Map
Tenbrooks Molly featuring NY State Country Music Hall of Honor members Sal and Paulette Califano will be playing real country music at the Redline Roadhouse. Excellent food and drinks along with a great crowd.
Friday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Come out and party
with Painted Blue Sky
Rock (classic), Blues
Keegan Ales
20 St. James St.
Kingston, NY   See Map
Painted Blue Sky is bring their jamming tunes back to Keegan Ales for a great night of food, drink, music and dancing.
About Painted Blue Sky
Friday
7:00 pm
Dylan Doyle BandThe FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Roots Rock/Jam Funk artist, Dylan Doyle released his album - Pleasures Of The Damned (2020). Listen here: https://youtu.be/Syoo2wKjqSA

Woman Of The Shoreline: https://soundcloud.com/.../woman-of-the-shoreline-master-v1

FEATURING ~:
Manuel Quintana / Drums
Anthony Candulo / Bass
Scott Milici / Keys

Guitar star Dylan Doyle delights audiences, but frustrates anyone trying to define his sound....It isn’t the 19-year-old’s job to define it. It’s his job to play it. And that’s what the Dylan Doyle Band will do..." - Wisconsin News

http://www.dylandoyleband.com/

Based in the Hudson Valley, rising star Dylan Doyle has been performing nationally, as well as internationally. Southern bred, northern raised, his trio’s style of music lies somewhere between roots rock and jam funk. It evokes Woodstock and dips into southern soul; a uniquely American sound.

Touring nationally since age 15, Dylan became a seasoned professional while relatively young. He has played with notable musicians such as, Rob Stoner (Bob Dylan, Don Mclean), John Platania (Van Morrison, Natalie Merchant), Ben Cauley (Otis Redding) and Bill Payne (Little Feat).

Stoner called Dylan one of the most prodigious players he has known, with abundant natural talent. John Platania has referred to Dylan as “The Future.” Ben Cauley, after playing with Dylan in Memphis said, “Dylan Doyle sounds like a young Jimi Hendrix.” In the words of Bill Payne upon sharing the stage, “Music is a conversation. Dylan spoke beautifully and was listening to the musicians around him. His play was imaginative and original.”

Attesting to Dylan’s versatility, Dylan has played the King Biscuit Blues Festival three consecutive years as well headlining the Grateful Garcia Gathering, the largest Grateful Dead festival in the Midwest. He consistently packs houses across Europe and the US.
Friday
8:00 pm
Music
with John Oates Feat. Guthrie Trapp
Blues
Suger Loaf Performing Arts Center
1351 Kings Highway
Chester, NY   See Map
Sit back and experience a once in-a-lifetime intimate musical concert by John Oates along with Nashville Super Guitarist Guthrie Trapp as they perform an eclectic blend of blues folk and mega hits. Enhanced with behind-the-scenes stories, the audience will get a glimpse into the fascinating world of the songwriter’s art and craft.
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Saturday, May 28
Saturday
11:00 am
to
1:00 pm
Call any vegetable...
with Small Engine!, Elly Wininger, Dave Kearney
Acoustic, Folk/Traditional, and Country. Originals too.
Saugerties Farmers Market
Main Street
Saugerties, NY   See Map
...and the chances are good, that there will be music again at the market!
Saugerties Farmers Market
Saturday
12:00 pm
to
6:00 pm
Bearsville Bluegrass Festival
with Jay Ungar Molly Mason, On The Trail, Abby Hollander Band, Andrea Asprelli
Bluegrass
Bearsville Theater
291 Tinker St
Woodstock, NY   See Map
Delicious Americana style BBQ from The Bear. Handmade organic cocktails.
Location: Albert Grossman Memorial Park, Bearsville, Woodstock NY




More Info
Saturday
2:00 pm
to
5:00 pm
David Kraai & The Saddle Tramps with Larry Packer
Country, Singer-Songwriter, and Rock (classic)
West Kill Brewing
2173 Spruceton Rd
West Kill, NY   See Map
David Kraai & The Saddle Tramps swing by this excellent brewery in trio format (featuring Larry Packer from The Last Waltz and much more) to dole out two sets of the finest country rock this side of 1973! Good times and tasty brew (with a focus on locally grown and foraged ingredients) will be going down all afternoon, so be sure to mosey on over for this Memorial Day weekend hootenanny...
Saturday
5:00 pm
to
7:30 pm
Music in the Woods
with Marji Zintz, Bruce Jay Milner
Acoustic, Contemporary. music you've heard, music you haven't
The Rail Trail Café
310 River Road Ext.
New Paltz, NY   See Map
Keyboardist and vocalist extraordinaire Bruce Milner and I will be playing a leisurely set of music at the fabulous Rail Trail Café!!!! Seriously, this is one of THE coolest and most unique spots! (They call it “The Rail Trail Café” because it's located on a rail trail!)

And, you can get there by car, on foot, and/or by bike! (You could probably get there by cross-country skis, but not this time of year--thank heavens!)

It's a café in the woods, and there are tables and chairs and trees and people and *really* excellent food!

If you're driving, here's the address: Stone Mountain Farm 310 River Rd Ext., New Paltz, NY.

To speak with a knowledgeable person, call (845) 399-5450.

(Photo credit thanks to Maureen Black!!)
Saturday
5:30 pm
to
8:30 pm
Real Country at the Taproom
with Way Behind The Sun
Country
Barton Orchards Taproom
63 Apple Tree Ln
Poughquag, NY   See Map
Way Behind The Sun's Virginia and Ty Ronconi bring you a night of traditional and original country music at Barton Orchard's Taproom.
More info
Saturday
6:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
Have a great beer at this brewery!
with T.J. Santiago
Acoustic, Covers, and Singer-Songwriter
Pine Island Tap House
682 County Rte. 1. ste. B
Pine Island, NY   See Map
Looking forward to playing for you. Stop in and see the great improvements made to this venue. *8This may be a full band performance depending on weather. This space will be updated as the date gets nearer. **
Saturday
6:00 pm
to
8:00 pm
Esther Street Jazz
with the Ray Blue Quartet
Jazz
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division St
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Award winning, New York bred saxophonist, Ray Blue, brings his quartet to stage to create a deep, rich fusion of straight ahead jazz, African groove and holiday classics.

Ray has performed and recorded with Bernard Purdie, Patience Higgins, Steve Turre, The Sun Ra Arkestra, Cotton Club All Stars, Harlem Blues and Jazz Band and many others. He has toured as a cast member of the "Ray Charles Show"; performed at international jazz festivals including the Zanzibar International Film Festival; North Sea Jazz Festival-Cape Town, South Africa; Audi Jazz Festival-Brussels, Belgium; and the Foix Jazz Festival, France among others; and was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame, 2013.

$20 pp donation to the musicians. For reservations, call 914-737-1701.

Weather permitting, the show will be held outside of the BeanRunner Cafe on Esther Street.
For reservations, call 914-737-1701.
Saturday
6:00 pm
The Judith Tulloch Band
Pop/Soft Rock, Jazz, and World
Pasta D'oro
90 Sullivan Street.
Wurtsboro, NY   See Map
Saturday
6:30 pm
J. Caruso
Rock (modern)
The Hangout Cafe
Carmel , NY   See Map
Saturday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
Hurley Mountain Highway - HMHBand
Pop/Soft Rock, Rock (classic)
Palaia Vineyards
10 Sweet Clover Road
Highland Mills, NY   See Map
It's Memorial Day Weekend...and Summer is in the air...and it's time to join HURLEY MOUNTAIN HIGHWAY again at Palaia Vineyards & Winery. If you love "Feel-Good Music", you'll love HURLEY MOUNTAIN HIGHWAY. Beautiful romantic views of the surrounding Schunnemunk Mountain Ridge. Visit the Palaia Vineyards website (www.palaiavineyards.com) for directions and additional information (845-928-5384)
Saturday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
THE VIBE
Covers, Covers, and Covers. Playing The Music Everyone Loves!!
Newburgh/ NYC KOA
119 Freetown Highway
Plattekill, NY   See Map
THE VIBE IS BACK!

The Vibe is excited to be back at The Newburgh/NYC KOA again this year Playing The Music Everyone Loves!

GOOD TIME....GOOD MUSIC.....GOOD VIBE!!
Saturday
7:00 pm
Celebrating the Music of Steely Dan
with Reelin' in the Years
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Reelin’ in the Years celebrates the timeless music of Steely Dan. Comprised of world class touring and recording session musicians that reads like a who’s who in the music industry, including bandleader and drummer Jerry Marotta.

Based in Woodstock, NY, Reelin’ have sold out all of the major venues they’ve performed in for the last few years. Don’t miss your chance to see this legendary group of musicians live in concert.






FEATURING ~

Jerry Marotta – Drums
Jesse Gress – Guitar
Joey Eppard – Vocals
Lindsey Skeye – Vocals
Matt Finck – Guitar
David Jameson – Keyboards
Jennifer Maidman – Bass
Chris Pasin – Trumpet
Don Mikkelsen – Trombone
Cliff Lyons – Sax
Bill Harris – Sax
Saturday
7:00 pm
to
10:00 pm
David Lopato Quartet, David Lopato - piano, Ed Neumeister - trombone, Ratzo Harris - bass, Harvey Sorgen - drums
Jazz
Lydia's Cafe & Bar
7 Old US Highway 209
Stone Ridge, NY   See Map
Hudson Valley-based pianist/composer David Lopato has performed as a leader and sideman throughout the world. As a composer he has received multiple grants from the N.E.A., New York Foundation for the Arts, Meet the Composer, and the Beards Fund, as well as a Fulbright Fellowship to study Javanese Gamelan in Surakarta, Indonesia, where he lived for a year. Lopato has toured his own music in configurations ranging from solo piano to 10-piece ensembles, having performed with Dave Liebman, Dewey Redman, Joe Lovano, Mark Helias, Ray Anderson, Wadada Leo Smith, Jane Ira Bloom, Steve Gorn and numerous others. His most recent recording, Gendhing for a Spirit Rising (Global Coolant-02), a Gamelan-influenced work for large ensemble, was hailed by Downbeat Magazine as one of the “Best Albums of 2017”…“unlike anything you are likely to hear this year (or any year).
Live at Lydia's
Saturday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
Country Music The Way It Was Meant To Be
with Tenbrooks Molly
Country
J. Murphy's on Main
184 Main Street
Cold Spring, NY   See Map
Tenbrooks Molly will be playing as a trio bringing traditional country and rockabilly music to J. Murphy's on Main in Cold Spring. This is a fantastic venue in a beautiful town. What a great way to kick off the unofficial start of summer!
Saturday
8:30 pm
to
12:30 am
Back at Rhodes!
with 8Th Grade Science
Covers, Rock (classic), and Rock (modern)
Rhodes North Tavern
40 Orange Turnpike
Sloatsburg, NY   See Map
We're Back at Rhodes and starting at an Earlier time!
Saturday, May 28th 8:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come early for some Great Food and stay for Dancing & Drinks
Sunday, May 29
Sunday
1:00 pm
The Judith Tulloch Band
Pop/Soft Rock, Jazz, and World
Coppersea Distilling
239 Springtown Road.
New Paltz, NY   See Map
Sunday
3:00 pm
to
5:00 pm
The Sunday Jazz Collective
Jazz
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
The "Jazz Sunday Collective" started out many years ago as a group of Jazz musicians who played regular church services together. All highly accomplished musicians, this core trio of piano/vocal, bass, and drums presents its audiences with fresh arrangements and original compositions by Jazz Sunday's pianist, David August. The Collective’s broad repertoire is guaranteed to surprise and inspire any listener.

$15 admission

Proof of vaccination and ID required at the door. Masks worn until seated.
Sunday
4:00 pm
to
5:15 pm
Pops Concert
with Smithfield Chamber Orchestra, Matt Finley
Classical/Opera, Instrumental, and Acoustic
The Smithfield Church
656 Smithfield Valley Road
Amenia, NY   See Map
Who: The Smithfield Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Matt Finley

What: Pops concert

When: Sunday, May 29 at 4 pm

Where: The Smithfield Church, 656 Smithfield Valley Road (Route 83) Amenia, NY 12501

Why: This popular group returns to play classical, jazz and pops music, this year with an international flair.

Lynnette Benner - flute
Jim Briggs - clarinet
Michelle Demko - flute
Matt Finley - trumpet, flute, arranger, director
Charles Gray - clarinet
Piotr Kargul - viola
Rob Murphy - violin
Lou Pappas - double bass
Jean Vilkelis - cello
and
Larry Ham, guest jazz pianist

Selections include Molly on the Shore (Grainger), Goldfinger Theme (Barry), West Side Story Medley (Bernstein), Pavane (Faure), Washington Post (Sousa), The Island (Lins), Holiday for Strings (Rose) and more.

This concert is sponsored by the Bang Family Concert Series.

Open to the public. Suggested donation $20.

Info: thesmithfieldchurch@gmail.com
For more info:
Sunday
4:00 pm
to
7:00 pm
David Kraai
Country, Singer-Songwriter, and Folk/Traditional
Tinker Street Tavern
297 Tinker Street
Woodstock, NY   See Map
David Kraai swings by this excellent tavern at the legendary Bearsville Center to dole out two sets of the finest in country folk music! Good times and tasty libations will be going down from afternoon into the evening, so be sure to mosey on out for this Memorial Day weekend hootenanny...
Sunday
7:00 pm
Sunday Evening Jazz
with Richie Goods & Chien Chien Lu | Connected
The FALCON
1348 Route 9W
Marlboro, NY   See Map
Richie Goods' and Chien Chien Lu's collaborative project "Connected", follows their release Rain (2021) ; a jazz version of the classic 90's R&B song by SWV, and a bit of the Jaco Pastorius song "Portrait of Tracy" that was (sampled in the original).

FEATURING ~
Richie Goods / Bass
Chien Chien / Vibes
Quintin Zoto / Guitar
Allan Mednard: Drums
Miki Hayama / Keys

https://www.richiegoods.com/

Bassist, bandleader and producer Richie Goods released his seminal album with his band The Goods Project, entitled My Left Hand Man (2019). The consummate bassist’s third album as a bandleader, My Left Hand Man, is a tribute to Goods’ late mentor Mulgrew Miller.

“Mulgrew is the person that really put me on the scene and helped me establish a name for myself. It was a real learning experience playing with him.”

The bassist toured and recorded with Miller for nine fruitful years. Goods’ tenure with Miller spurred a career that would eventually see the bass player performing with luminaries Alicia Keys, Common, Chris Botti, Whitney Houston and the Headhunters to name a few.

https://www.chienchienlu.com/

Chien Chien Lu is a vibraphonist, contemporary percussionist, and composer whose passion for R&B grooves crystallizes into a fresh and distinctive approach to contemporary jazz.

Lu’s fierce authenticity and jazz mastery shine bright on her debut solo project, The Path (2020) which earned numerous awards and led to Lu’s being named the “vibraphone rising star” in Downbeat Magazine’s 69th Annual Critics Poll.

In 2017, she attended the prestigious Banff Jazz Residency under the direction of jazz pianist, Vijay Iye, where she first met jazz trumpeter Jeremy Pelt. From there, Lu began to perform regularly in the U.S. and was invited to join the esteemed Jeremey Pelt Quintet. In the next few years, Lu will continue to record and tour internationally with the Jeremy Pelt Quintet and her own band.
Sunday
7:00 pm
to
7:45 pm
Nine Mile Swamp
with Kurt Henry & Cheryl Lambert
Multi-genre original, Acoustic, and Singer-Songwriter
Our Living room
Accord, NY   See Map
Join us on Sundays, live from your own home, on Facebook for our Nine Mile Swamp show at 7pm: https://www.facebook.com/ninemileswamp

Please visit the page anytime and be sure to give it a "like"! Thank you!

Nine Mile Swamp with Kurt Henry & Cheryl Lambert
Live! on Facebook
Every Sunday
7 to 7:45ish pm

Find us here:
https://www.facebook.com/ninemileswamp

We are delighted to see your comments during our show, and we love responding to them later! Thank you!

Our CDs are for sale on our website: www.dogknowsband.com. We are matching the price of all CDs sold to double our impact--all profits will be donated to a local Hudson Valley Food Pantry. Thanks!

Our previous shows can be accessed via Kurt's Facebook page, our new Nine Mile Swamp Facebook page, or on Youtube! Subscribe!

Thanks, again, for your support!

Stay safe and well!

--Kurt & Cheryl
Sunday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
Bob Dylan Birthday Celebration 2022
Roots Music, Singer-Songwriter
Bearsville Theater
291 Tinker St
Woodstock, NY   See Map
A Concert to Benefit Family of Woodstock's Hotline and the John Herald Fund
Doors 7PM. Show 8PM

Advance Tickets $25-$95 / Day of Show Tickets $30-$100

Pre Sale April 13th @ 10am
General On Sale Tickets April 15th @ 10am

Hosted by Happy Traum.
Musical Director, Connor Kennedy

Lee Falco (drums)
Will Bryant (keyboards)
Ryan Berg (bass)
With special guests: Cindy Cashdollar, Jim Weider, Arlen Roth, Eugene Ruffolo, Chris Maxwell, Eric Redd, Rachel Yamagata, Lara Hope and more artists to be announced.

Tickets
Sunday
8:00 pm
to
11:00 pm
2022 Bob Dylan Birthday Celebration
Folk/Traditional, Americana, and Rock (classic)
Bearsville Theater
291 Tinker Street
Woodstock, NY   See Map
The 13th Bob Dylan Birthday Celebration a concert to benefit Family of Woodstock's Hotline and John Herald Fund featuring Happy Traum, Cindy Cashdollar, Jim Weider, Arlen Roth, Eugene Ruffolo, Lara Hope, Chris Maxwell, Eric Redd, Rachel Yamagata, Connor Kennedy, Lee Falco, Will Bryant, Ryan Berg and more tba.
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Monday, May 30
Monday
12:00 pm
to
4:00 pm
Memorial Day
with The Chain Gang
Rock (classic), Pop/Soft Rock, and Dance
The Back Bar Beer Garden
2945 Church Street
Pine Plains, NY   See Map
A memorial day celebration in the heart of Pine Plains. A great outdoor venue with food, drinks, and great music by The Chain Gang.

There is no cover charge.
Monday
3:00 pm
to
4:45 pm
Sights and Sounds - A "Classics for Kids" Interactive Music Event
with The New Muse 4tet
Classical/Opera. Classical Music for Family/Kids Interaction with Paints
Pete and Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park
2 Red Flynn Drive
Beacon, NY   See Map
This family friendly, outdoor event is an interactive music and art experience for all ages.

Two chances to take part!
Memorial Day, Monday, May 30th at 3:00-3:45pm and 4:00-4:45 pm
Outdoors at the Pete and Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park, Beacon, NY
(Rain Date, Saturday, June 4)

Paint in response to what you hear in the performance featuring the New MUSE 4tet.
Bring your own supplies or work with materials provided by Compass Arts Creativity Project.

At the event, you may choose to paint collaboratively with other audience members on one of our large scale canvases, or select your favorite from a range of provided drawing materials to work independently. Either way, we ask you to consider the question "what do you see when you listen?"

This is a FREE concert, but please click GET TICKETS on the Howland Chamber Music Circle website or Brown Paper Tickets to make reservations.
For more information and link to FREE tickets
Monday
3:00 pm
to
4:45 pm
Sights and Sounds - A "Classics for Kids" Interactive Music Event
with The New MUSE 4tet
Classical/Opera, Children's. Classical Music for Family/Kids Interaction with Paints
Pete and Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park
2 Red Flynn Drive
Beacon, NY   See Map
This family friendly, outdoor event is an interactive music and art experience for all ages.

Two chances to take part!
Memorial Day, Monday, May 30th at 3:00-3:45pm and 4:00-4:45 pm
Outdoors at the Pete and Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park, Beacon, NY
(Rain Date, Saturday, June 4)

Paint in response to what you hear in the performance featuring the New MUSE 4tet.
Bring your own supplies or work with materials provided by Compass Arts Creativity Project.

At the event, you may choose to paint collaboratively with other audience members on one of our large scale canvases, or select your favorite from a range of provided drawing materials to work independently. Either way, we ask you to consider the question "what do you see when you listen?"

This is a FREE concert, but please click GET TICKETS on the Howland Chamber Music Circle website or Brown Paper Tickets to make reservations.
For more information and link to FREE tickets
Monday
7:30 pm
to
10:30 pm
Woodstock Celtic Session
Irish (traditional), Acoustic, and Celtic
R&R Taproom
104 Mill Hil Rd
Woodstock, NY   See Map
The Woodstock Celtic Session is a weekly gathering of Traditional musicians who come together to enjoy and play Irish music and more in a relaxed pub setting. Musicians experienced in trad Irish tunes, are welcome to play. All are welcome to listen and enjoy live acoustic music unplugged! The Woodstock Celtic Session is the longest running Irish Music Session in the Hudson Valley! This is our 20th year! Join us!

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