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Publisher’s Column by Barry Plaxen Synchronicity of the Month: Sorry, folks. Couldn’t find one! L Vocabulary Lesson: Psaltery: an ancient and medieval musical instrument played by plucking the strings with the fingers or a plectrum. The bowed psaltery appears to be a 20th-century invention. Ekphrastic poem: a vivid description of a scene or, more commonly, a work of art. Sarod: a fretless stringed instrument, used mainly in Hindustani music. Intaglio: a design incised or engraved into a material.
In this issue: For kids - an interactive concert in Newburgh, stone carving lessons in Westtown, theatre in Forestburgh, and kids’ recitals in Marlboro and Monticello. CANVAS welcomes these localities back to our pages after brief absences: new events in Matamoras, Maybrook, Napanoch, Sam’s Point, Swan Lake, Walker Valley, Westbrookville and White Lake. Be sure to check out the Festivals calendar. There is so much of a high calibre going on, including the Warwick Summer Arts Festival, Hudson Valley Jazz Festival, Newburgh Jazz Series, Newburgh Pop-Rock-DooWop Series, the new Newburgh Jewish Series, Liberty Jazz Festival, Shandelee Music
Letters to the Editor Thank you, Sophia and everyone at CANVAS. This is a wonderful tribute. I hope Adrienne is aware of it from the other side. - Janet Hamill Thank you very much for helping us spread the word! - Johanna Ljungqvist-Brinson Thank you Barry and Sophia for always being so incredibly generous and supportive. - Julie Saltzberg Hi Sophia and Barry, I just wanted to let you know I got the latest CANVAS a few days ago and LOVE the editorial that you put together about my work! Thanks as always for all the good you do in sharing artistic events with our community! - Judi Silvano
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Festival in Livingston Manor, Grey Towers’ Festival of Wood in Milford, DUSKLIT 2018 in Sugar Loaf, professional opera in Narrowsburg and professional theatre in Ellenville, and local municipal festivals. All family-oriented (with some theatre exceptions.) There’s storytelling in Florida, Hurleyvlle, Warwick and White Lake, and a parade in Shohola. Jewish music in Ellenville and Indian music in Hurleyville. People’s choice voting in Wurtsboro (art) and Warwick (film). Thanks, as always, to our advertisers who keep our paper free of charge, and to the many who submit press releases and information.
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Calendars Art & Photography ����������������������������������18 Books ������������������������������������������������������18 Category �������������������������������������������������15 Children & Teen’s ������������������������������������18 August 2018 Calendar �����������������������16-17 Lectures, Demos & Artist Talks ���������������19 Music - Pop, Folk, Rock, etc., �����������������14 Columns May I Have A Word With You �����������������31 Wellness Modalities ��������������������������������21 Stories Amity Gallery, Warwick ���������������������������25 Artists’ Market, Shohola ����������������������������9 Artspace, Kauneonga Lake ����������������������6 Bethel Woods �����������������������������������������29 Blackfeather Retreat, Westbrookville ������24 Brotherhood Winery ��������������������������������25 Catskill Distilling Company, Bethel ���������13 Catskill Talks series, Wurtsboro ��������������28 Church of St. Joseph, Wurtsboro ������������20 Cornerstone Theatre Arts, Goshen ��������� 11 Cornwall Sidewalk Showcase �����������������23 Country Voices Poetry Group �����������������10 CreativesMX �������������������������������������������23 Daniel Grant, sculptor �����������������������������25 Delaware Highlands Conservancy ���������20 Delaware Arts Center, Narrowsburg �������24 Delaware Valley Opera �����������������������������3 Dusklit 2018, Sugar Loaf ������������������������30 Ellenville Library & Museum �������������������18 Falcon, Marlboro �������������������������������������13 Forestburgh Playhouse ����������������������������5 Gallery 222, Hurleyville �����������������������������8 Goshen Art League ��������������������������������� 11 Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra ��12
Community Arts: News, Views And Schedules Publisher, Barry Plaxen firstname.lastname@example.org Editor, Sophia Krcic email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Delaware & Hudson CANVAS 297 Stone Schoolhouse Road Bloomingburg, NY 12721 www.dhcanvas.com 845.926.4646 / 4647 Facebook: D&H CANVAS Please email calendar submissions by the 15th of the prior month to email@example.com Please email submissions for classifieds to firstname.lastname@example.org Nothing in this publication may be reproduced without written permission of the publisher. Greenwood Lake Theatre ���������������������� 30 Grey Towers, Milford ���������������������������������9 Heartbeat Music Hall, Grahamsville ���������8 HV Swing ����������������������������������������������� 14 Highland Mills Library ���������������������������� 25 Hudson Valley Jazz Festival ������������ 10, 25 Hurleyville Arts Centre ����������������������� 6, 23 Kindred Spirits Arts, Milford ������������������� 31 Left Bank gallery, Liberty ����������������������� 25 Liberty Jazz Festival ������������������������������ 27 Liberty Museum and Arts Center ����������� 27 Little World’s Fair, Grahamsville ������������ 13 Mamakating Library ������������������������������� 28 Maybrook Wind Ensemble ������������������������9 Morgan Outdoors, Livingston Manor ����� 23 Mt. St. Mary College Desmond Campus �� 21 Music on Market, Ellenville �������������������� 27 NACL Theatre, Highland Lake ������������������9 Nesin Cultural Arts, Monticello ��������������� 20 Newburgh Free Library �������������������������� 12 Newburgh Jazz Series ������������������������������4 Newburgh Jewish Music Series ����������������4 On The Lawn, Sugar Loaf �������������������������6 Orange County Pop Rock & Doowop Series �4 Pacem in Terris, Warwick ����������������������� 26 Phillipsport Community Center �����������������8 Poplar Grove Cemetery, Phillipsport ������ 23 Ritz Theatre Lobby, Newburgh �������������� 12 River Valley Artists Guild ������������������������ 25 Shadowland Stages, Ellenville ���������� 5, 26 Shandelee Music Festival �������������������������7 Shawangunk Day, Walker Valley ����������� 13 Side of The Road Theatre, Matamoras � 19 Sullivan County Museum, Hurleyville �������8 SUNY Orange, Newburgh ��������������� 28, 29 Wallkill River School, Montgomery �������� 22 Warwick Summer Arts Festival �������� 13, 30 Wurtsboro Art Alliance ��������������������������� 28 Yarnslingers ������������������������������������������� 18
Delaware Valley Operaoperettasingspiel “Cox and Box” and “Trial by Jury” “Our talented cast can deliver this music the way it was intended to be sung. And the intimate space at the Tusten Theater gives you a close up experience that will tickle your funny bone with laughs,” says Delaware Valley Opera (DVO) Artistic Director Carol Castel. “If you enjoyed last year’s Mikado then you have to come back and see these two hilarious one-act gems. Don’t forget to bring the kids and grandkids!” See July CANVAS for more details on the July 28 & 29 and August 4 & 5 performances of these two early Sir Arthur Sullivan operas (a/k/a operettas). www.dhcanvas.com - see page 13. “The Magic Flute” If the Sullivan works are intermittently labeled as operas or operettas, this Mozartean masterpiece can be labeled as opera or singspiel, a form of German light opera, popular in the late 18th century. Singspiel (German) was used mostly to denote that there was spoken dialogue in the ‘opera’, as was the term Opera Comique (French) used for the same reason. Opera Buffa (Italian) is slightly different in that the dialogue is sung as “recitative”, in the rhythm of ordinary speech with many words on the same note.
Singspiel plots are generally comic or romantic in nature, and frequently include elements of magic, fantastical creatures, and comically exaggerated characterizations of good and evil. Written by Mozart at the age of thirtyfive, not long before his Hannah Fuerst: “Queen Genna Vysotsky Robert Mellon death, The Magic Flute, of the Night” & “Papagena” “Sarastro” “Papageno” sung here in English, has elements of magic, Freemasonry symbolism, by Emanuel Schikaneder, is thought by and political satire, all set to German folk scholars to be based on many sources. The libretto is also a natural continuation of a tunes and classic operatic writing. Flute features the high-flying singing series of fairy tale operas produced at the of the Queen of the Night, the high priest time by Schikaneder’s theatrical troupe with Sarastro’s solemn intoning, along with the which Mozart was involved. In composing the opera, Mozart evidently antic birdcatcher Papageno’s duet with his kept in mind the skills of the singers intended soul-mate Papagena, and the lovely singing for the premiere, which included both of the two would-be lovers, Tamino and virtuosi and ordinary comic actors asked to Pamina. This is a delightful, beautiful, and sing for the occasion. Thus, the vocal lines magical journey into a memorable fantasy for Papageno - sung by Schikaneder himself world only the genius of Mozart could and Monostatos are often stated first in create. the strings so the singer can find his pitch, Editor’s note: If you’ve never witnessed and are frequently doubled by instruments. the Queen of the Night’s difficult and In contrast, Mozart’s sister-in-law Josepha exciting arias, you are in for a thrilling, Hofer, who premiered the role of the ‘coloraturactic’ treat: vocal acrobatics of the Queen of the Night, evidently needed little highest order! such help. In ensembles, Mozart skillfully The libretto for The Magic Flute, written
Jenny Gac “Pamina”
Cole Tornberg “Tamino”
combined voices of different ability levels. The vocal ranges of two of the original singers of Queen of the Night and Sarastro, for whom Mozart tailored his music, have posed challenges for many singers who have since recreated their roles. Both arias of the Queen of the Night, require high F6, rare in opera. At the low end, the part of Sarastro, includes a conspicuous F2 in a few locations (middle C is C4 - so F6 is over two octaves above middle C, and F2 is two octaves below). Flute is directed by Carol Castel. Matthew Rupcich conducts the orchestra on August 18, 19, 25 & 26. Saturdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 2:00pm at the Tusten Theater, 210 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg. Visit www.delawarevalleyopera.com for further information. See ad on page 10.
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Ferry Godmother: “Newburgh Concerts Expand on Waterfront!” For the past eleven years, Ferry Godmother Productions has brought some of the best performers in the region to the City of Newburgh waterfront. Thanks to premier sponsor Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield and many others, there will be nine outdoor music performances on the Newburgh waterfront this summer. Returning will be the Newburgh Jazz Series, Orange County Pop, Rock & Doowop Series, and a new program: Jewish Music Series. Ferry Godmother Productions’ Executive Producer Aquanetta “Ferry Godmother” Wright says, “Building on the success of the past decade, our events are more than just about economic development - we inspire people of all ages, religions, races and backgrounds to come together in the name of music. Each series will be opened with a special blessing from community spiritual leaders: Father Bill Scafidi, formerly of St. Mary’s Church, Pastor Milton Stubbs of AME Zion Church and Rabbi Larry Freedman of Temple Beth Jacob, all of Newburgh.” The nine-day event takes place on two outdoor stages at the Newburgh waterfront, People’s Park (1 Washington Street) and Unico Park (70 Front Street). Shows run three weekends, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, beginning August 10. All shows are free of charge. Donations are welcome. Bring your own chair or blanket!
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The Walker Valley Marching Band: August 10
Newburgh Jazz Series At the beginning of the 20th century, originating in African American communities, jazz styles developed and spread influencing many other musical styles. This series consists of various Okira: August 10 styles of the jazz genre with 17year old Okira and veteran bass artisan Christopher Dean Sullivan, AND a Marching Band. Orange County Pop, Rock & Doowop Rock and roll dominated popular music in the mid to late 1950s & 60s. During this time rhythm & blues and girl groups were popular, and funk and soul music increased in popularity. This series includes a variety of music such as doowop, pop and classic rock and roll, representing the era.
The Clusters All Star Revue: August 11
KaN Trio: August 12
The Swingeroos featuring Shira: August 25
Madarka: August 19
Newburgh Jewish Music Thanks to the returning premier sponsor, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, Ferry Godmother Productions will introduce their latest community supportive project, Newburgh Jewish Music Series. This series will share a sense of Jewish pride, culture and tradition to a wider multicultural community utilizing the platform of Jewish music. Each concert will showcase the rich body of diversity within the Jewish music genre. It will unite, inspire, and network the surrounding community through Jewish song,
Jewish jazz, Broadway musicals and show tunes, which were collectively written largely by American Jews, and traditional Klezmer. Wright states, “Some of my very best friends are Jewish and this is my way of thanking them for sharing my life and their culture with me. I want more people to experience and enjoy the cultural differences that are like mosaic fibers, creating a beautiful strong bond.” Visit www.FerryGodmother.com for additional information about the FREE concerts, sponsorships, band information, schedule and cancellations. See ad page 32
Colossal New Napanoch Sculpture Shadowland Stages is the lion in the courtyard of coordinating a reception my home a few weeks ago.” surrounding the unveiling The Lion joins a previous of a new, immense statue in statue carved for Osgood Napanoch on August 26. by Romhein, L’Angelo The work, entitled The (The Angel). Lion, was carved by Boutros The unveiling will Romhein in the mountains benefit Shadowland’s of Tuscany, Italy, and is Acting Academy, with forty tons of pure white the proceeds targeted Carrara marble taken from specifically to replace the the same quarry from which roof on the second stage, Michelangelo sourced the the building that is home stone with which he carved to the Academy classes. Sneak Peek! his immortal David. The Academy provides Born in 1949 in Syria, theater training to over 100 Boutros Romhein has students from elementary given private and collective to high school ages. exhibitions in Syria and According to Artistic abroad. The Lion was Director Brendan Burke, commissioned by Napanoch “Bob Osgood’s deft passion resident and Shadowland for art, his dedication board member Robert to Shadowland, and his Osgood. fantastic enthusiasm for As Mr. Osgood recalls, ‘the kids’ as he calls them, “For 22 years in London have combined to create an I would pass by the huge event which we think will bronze lions in Trafalgar be genuinely thrilling to all Square on my way to my who attend. Imagine this law office. I could not grand statue, cloaked in red keep my eyes off those silk, being publicly unveiled proud, magnificent beasts. for the first time after And I have always been having travelled several haunted by the last line of “L’Angelo” by Boutros Romhein thousand miles since its Hemingway’s Old Man and the Sea, about creation. We are all very excited and, at the Santiago after his monumental struggle with same time, very grateful to Bob for sharing the marlin: ‘The old man was dreaming his many passions to benefit Shadowland’s about the lions.’ Acting Academy and the kids.” “So in 2015 I decided to ask my friend, the The unveiling of The Lion at Mr. Osgood’s great sculptor Boutros Romhein, to make me property will be surrounded by an elegant a magnificent marble lion. After two years reception, with local craft beers, fine wines, of cutting and polishing, it was delivered and a dazzling array of hors d’ouevres this summer after a long journey from the prepared by Aroma Thyme Bistro. The mountains of Tuscany to the Italian port reception will be held on August 26 from of Genona, then loaded onto a ship for the 5:00pm-8:00pm with the unveiling taking 4,600 mile journey over the Atlantic Ocean place at 6:30pm. Donations begin at $100 to the port of Hoboken, NJ, and from there although larger donations are encouraged to the Catskill Mountains. With the help of a and will be most gratefully accepted. seventy ton crane from Kingston, we placed Call 845-647-5511 for reservations.
You Can Dance & Jive in Forestburgh! Mamma Mia! is a jukebox musical written by British playwright Catherine Johnson, based on the songs of ABBA, composed by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, former members of the band. Ulvaeus and Andersson, who composed the original music for ABBA, were involved in the development of the show from the beginning. Singer AnniFrid Lyngstad has been involved financially in the production and she has also been present at many of the premieres around the world. Over 60 million people have seen the show which has grossed $2 billion worldwide since its 1999 debut. A film adaptation starring Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan, Amanda Seyfried, Christine Baranski, Stellan Skarsgård and Julie Walters was released in July 2008. The sequel was released in early 2018. The show has had productions in London’s West End, where it is the seventh longestrunning show in West End history, as well as various international productions. Its Broadway incarnation closed in September 2015 after a 14-year run, making it the ninth longest-running show in Broadway history.
Did You Know...Fun Facts! During early London previews, audiences laughed so hard at the actors’ serious delivery of dialogue like “Chiquitita, tell me...what’s wrong?” that scenes had to be hastily redirected with tongues firmly in cheeks. The cast goes through 121 bras per show that’s a lot of underwire! When the stage show was performed in Edinburgh, during Lay All Your Love On Me, the male dancers included a ‘Highland Fling’ in their routine. In the film version of Mamma Mia! (2008) one dancer can be seen performing the same steps during the song. 33,000 rhinestones have to be individually sewn on to the costumes used in Super Trouper. If just one rhinestone were to come loose, it’s believed the whole Swedish economy could collapse. Mamma Mia! is the show with the most number of people per booking - more than The Lion King - with an astonishing average of 3.5 tickets per single booking. You can dance, you can jive...having the time of your life, when Mamma Mia! is staged at the Forestburgh Playhouse from August 14-26. For tickets: 845-794-1194.
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Artspace Exhibit, Kauneonga Lake The Bethel Council of William Landau (see pg. the Arts (BCA) will present 28) Adrienne Walker, their Members Exhibit Cindy Shechter, Herb at their new gallery in Janow, Aaron Lieberman, Kauneonga Lake, Artspace, Davina Belling, Virginia through August 25. McGeagh, Joanie Schlafer, An eclectic mix of local Nicholas Clemente, artwork, view paintings, Seema Goldstein, Esther sculpture, fiber art, furniture, Horowitz, Margaret Work by Susan Baus photography and much more at this exhibit. Thorne, Kohloa, Judy Beck, Joan Melnick, Curated by Lori Horowitz, the show and Susan Baus. features work by Horowitz, Caroline Artspace is located at 3575 Route 55, Harrow, Keith Newman, Gail Tuchman, Kauneonga Lake.
Super Moth Stories in Hurleyville Adam Wade is a 20-time Moth champion. He’s been featured on the Moth Radio Hour and NPR’s All Things Considered. His monthly solo show, The Adam Wade From New Hampshire Show, has been featured in Time Out New York and the New York Times. Adam Wade, Ophira Eisenberg & Peter Aguero Ophira Eisenberg is a comedian, writer, and host of NPR’s hit trivia comedy Daddy Issues, has played across the country show, Ask Me Another where she has and was a part of the 2015 Winnipeg Fringe interviewed John Turturro, Justin Long, Festival. Returning to the Hurleyville Arts Centre Elizabeth Gilbert, Doug Limon, Dr Ruth, Lewis Black, Hannibal Buress and more. (HAC) after a sold out show, Wade, Eisenberg She is also a regular host and teller with The and Aguero will take the stage for Super Stories on August 11 at 6:30pm at HAC, 12 Moth. Peter Aguero is a regular host and Railroad Avenue. For tickets: 866-811-4111. See ad pg. 8. instructor for The Moth. His newest show,
Slambovian Circus of Dreams, Sugar Loaf
ALL CONCERTS BEGIN AT 6:30 PM
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“Songs imbued with mystical stirrings and idealism...they take the stage by storm! - The New York Times. “They have an air of both Floyd and maybe Bowie at times atop their folkcountry roots (note, not fauxcountry) - but it’s done with a warmth and comfort of a mystical Nebraska or poetic Crazy Horse.” Sleazegrinder, UK. Together since the late 90’s, The Slambovian Circus of Dreams began in Sleepy Hollow, New York as an art school project. Known for their electrifying live performances, the band has toured nationally and abroad, playing a moody but upbeat alt-roots rock with an extensive instrumental arsenal - accordion, cello, mandolin, and theremin. Pioneers of the Americana genre, the band’s music is equal parts Washington Irving and Woodstock, tapping a broad palette of styles ranging from dusty Americana ballads to huge Pink Floyd-esque cinematic anthems. The Slambovian Circus of Dreams have been called “the hillbilly Pink Floyd,” which
is an apt description, particularly if you throw in elements of Incredible String Band, Neil Young, The Band, Bob Dylan, David Bowie and Syd Barrett. Their latest album, A Very Unusual Head, was released in 2017. On The Lawn is a free weekly summer concert series with performances on Thursdays at 6:30pm running through August 30. Hear The Slambovian Circus of Dreams when they perform On The Lawn on August 16 at 6:30pm. Bring a chair or blanket, snacks and friends to On The Lawn, 1405 Kings Highway, Sugar Loaf. See ad on this page for full schedule. Call 845-469-2713 for information.
Shandelee Music Festival Celebrates 25 Years! The year 2018 represents a momentous milestone for the Shandelee Music Festival (SMF). The Festival’s Co-Chair and Founding President, Daniel Stroup was so impressed by his first visit to Shandelee over 25 years ago, that he was inspired by the breathtaking mountainside with its delicately balanced inlay of streams and ponds woven against the texture of trees and flora. His dream to “develop a classical piano festival in the Catskill Mountains” has been realized and is now celebrating a quarter century of bringing international musical excellence via worldrenowned musical performers to the Catskills to the mountains above Livingston Manor, and through their Outreach Program, to other venues around Sullivan County. During the past 25 years, over 16,000 people have attended SMF’s concerts, over 300 students have benefited from the organization’s Educational Program, and over 75 Outreach Concerts have been presented for those who do not have an opportunity to attend a live classical performance. Outreach venues include the Sullivan County Adult Care Center, Catskill Regional Medical Center, The Center for Discovery, The Recovery Center, Sullivan County Correctional Facility, Livingston Manor Central School, Monticello Central School, Sullivan West Central School, Eldred Central School, and Sullivan County Community College. With a continuing focus on education, over 2000 Sullivan County students have attended the SMF’s Outreach Concerts, and thanks to a recent generous sponsorship from Sullivan County resident Heidi Horak, any student who attends any SMF concert does so at no charge. So, let the quarter-century celebration begin! The Festival opens on August 4 with an Extraordinary Night of Broadway featuring pianist and vocalist Michael Ferreri and Friends (John Carden & Tony Oakley) performing music from South Pacific, Titanic, If/Then, City of Angels, Wild Party, Closer Than Ever, Into The Woods, Evening
Primrose, Road Show and The Bridges Of Madison County. The concerts continue August 9-18 with various world class chamber ensembles and soloists. Over the two week period, they will perform music by Copland, Milhaud, Debussy, Stravinsky, des Prez, Debussy, Poulenc, Haydn, Beethoven, Chopin, Scriabin, Schumann, Brahms, Mozart, Turina, Arensky, Federico Longás (1893-1968) and Juri Seo. Federico Longás studied with Enrique Granados and worked as an internationally recognized pianist and composer. As a composer he wrote mainly songs, but also works for orchestra, an operetta and a number of works for piano. Seo, a recent awardee of the Library of Congress’ Koussevitzky Commission, is a composer and pianist based in Princeton, NJ. She seeks to write music that encompasses extreme contrast through compositions that are unified and fluid, yet complex. She merges many of the fascinating aspects of music from the past century - in particular its expanded timbral palette and unorthodox approach to structure - with a deep love of functional tonality, counterpoint, and classical form. A bit of Anton Arensky’s (1861-1906) superior music has recently been heard to great advantage locally, always thrilling audiences who are surprised that he is rarely recognized as one of Russia’s great composers. His brilliant Quartet # 2 was performed by the Manhattan Chamber Players at Shandelee (2015) and at Warwick’s Pacem In Terris (2016), and by the St. Lukes Chamber Ensemble in Beacon (2011). His Variations on Tchaikovsky was offered by the Newburgh Concert Strings in Montgomery (2010), and his Piano Trio # 1 was performed to great acclaim in Milford (2012) by Yosif Feigelson, Eugene Feygelson and Elisaveta Kopelman, and by Nurit Pacht, Caroline Stinson and Tannis Gibson in Jeffersonville (2009). You can be introduced to the wonders of Arensky’s Piano Trio # 1, Op. 32 (or revisit its beauty) at Shandelee this year when the Contista Piano Trio performs it. There will also be music from Copland
August 9 - Argus Quartet: Clara Kim, violin, Dana Kelley, viola, Jason Issokson, violin, and Joann Whang, cello
August 14: Anna Federova
August 11 - Music From Copland House: Moran Katz, clarinet, Curtin Macomber, violin, and Michael Boriskin, piano
August 16 - Contista Piano Trio: Irina Nuzova, piano, Andrew Yee, cello, Amy Schroeder, violin
August 18: Sara Davis Buechner
House, the acclaimed resident ensemble at Aaron Copland’s National Historic Landmark home in New York, and a concert starring the most successful August 18 - Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players String Quartet: alumni of the SMF’s Aelya Nartadjieva, violin, I-Jung Huang, violin, Maurycy Banaszek, viola, & Thapelo Masita, cello Educational Program, Jupiter Symphony. It was in 2001 that Anna Federova. Anna Federova began playing the piano Nygaard, Buechner and the Jupiter Symphony at age five. She gave her first public recital inaugurated the then new SMF Sunset Concert when she was six, and she gave her national Pavilion. It was Nygaard’s final concert before debut at the age of seven, at the National his passing. All Sunset Concerts take place at 8:00pm Philharmonic Society of Ukraine. In 2006, at the age of sixteen, she made her debut at in the SMF’s Sunset Concert Pavilion at 442 the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam in the J. Young Road, Livingston Manor. Advanced reservations required. Tickets Netherlands playing Chopin’s Piano Concerto at www.shandelee.org and at the box office: No 2. The final 25th anniversary Gala Concert 845-439-3277. MEET OUR ADVERTISERS! of the 2018 season featuring Sara Davis For pre-concert dining near by, be sure to check Buechner on piano with the Jupiter out The Arnold House on Shandelee Mountain, Symphony Chamber Players is lovingly and North Branch Inn (see ad pg. 23). dedicated to Maestro Jens Nygaard & The
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Healing Vibrational Music in Phillipsport Singer-songwriter Christine Laplante pulls from her experience in the healing fields and her own personal musings. Her goal is to share her journey with others in order to elicit conversation and feelings of being connected, using music and word to elicit a safe space. Christine is currently working on her upcoming book, Our Sacral Selves, a look at human development through sexual and energetic maturation. Natasha Althouse studied classical voice in Ithaca along with north classical vocal music in Pune, India. Her passion lies in the blending of Eastern and Western styles
of vocal music. She has composed for film, produced and recorded a benefit album for cystic fibrosis, and is currently working on an EP. Natasha’s passion dwells in sacred music from all cultures as well as the transformative powers of vibration. Hear Christine and Natasha & Company perform for the Phillipsport Community Center’s Monthly Music Night on August 18, at 7:00pm. $2 suggested donation. Doors open at 6:30pm. Homemade food and desserts available for purchase. Call 845-313-1772 for information.
Slam Allen in Hurleyville & Grahamsville The internationally renowned Slam Allen is a messenger of love. This dynamic entertainer uses the genres of blues, soul, R&B, and a touch of rock-n-roll to deliver powerful soul stirring performances. Slam captures you with a voice that echoes Otis Redding, a guitar that immerses you in B. B. King, and stage energy reminiscent of James Brown, all while captivating you with his own original music. The Sullivan County Historical Society invites you to a free talk and performance by Slam Allen. Slam will talk about his 30 year career as a blues & soul performer, and play some of his greatest hits. The Americana band Little Sparrow will host the event.
The August 5, 2:00pm event at the Sullivan County Museum, 265 Main Street, Hurleyville, is FREE. Donations are welcome. Call 845 434-8044 for info. Five days later, Slam will concertize at The Heartbeat Music Hall, 304 Main Street, Grahamsville, (where David Trestyn hosts an open mic every Wednesday), on August 10 at 8:00pm. Limited seating. Tickets are available at Steve’s Music Center in Rock Hill (see ad pg. 31), and the Mountain Moon Emporium, Grahamsville... ...and by phone: 845-985-5068 and 845985-2731, or by emailing: email@example.com
“The Great Outdoors” in Hurleyville “The ‘great outdoors’ generally refers to the untamed wilderness away from the comforts of civilization, and it is as much an idea as it is a physical environment. The Romantics in the nineteenth century tried to capture the experience of losing oneself in the awe-inspiring power of nature, what they termed ‘the sublime’. “For this series, I considered the sublime in the age of mobile devices, where the awe-inspiring power of nature is often experienced digitally and where an escape from civilization can be an act of imagination,” says photographer Noah Kalina. Kalina, who has been featured in New York Times Magazine, Popular Mechanics and Food & Wine among many other publications, was featured in Cabin Porn, a book collection of stories and photographs of unique houses in Upstate, New York, which the New York Times called, “An enchanting rabbit hole of tiny handmade houses.” With clients such as Levi’s, Gucci, 8
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Timberland, General Electric, Sprint and Disney, Kalina has been exhibiting his photographic works from Livingston Manor to Switzerland since 2003. Free and open the public, an opening reception for Kalina’s exhibit titled The Great Outdoors, takes place on August 4 at 4:00pm at Gallery 222, 222 Main Street, Hurleyville. Refreshments will be served. For further information, call 845-7078047. See ad on this page for more info.
Celebrate Wood at Grey Towers The New Jersey The annual Festival of Department of Forestry Wood at Grey Towers & Volunteers will offer National Historic Site a cross-cut saw activity, in Milford, celebrates while the Pocono Wildlife our natural and cultural Rehabilitation & Education heritage of wood. This Center will present Wildlife year’s event takes place on in the Woods, a live animal August 4 from 10:00amexhibit. From Logs to 5:00pm and August 5 Lumber is the title of a from 10:00am-4:00pm. portable sawmill demo This year there will be given by the Pennsylvania special guest appearances See NACL’s stiltwalkers roaming by Smokey Bear and the grounds (you can’t miss ’em!) Wood-Mizer. Woodsy Owl, activities when NACL Streets’ “TREES” appear From timber framing and August 4 from Noon-2pm. tree pruning to chainsaw from unique wood crafts, photo: Jonathan Fox carving demos and Grey demonstrations and sales with the Pocono Arts Council, children’s Towers Mansion self-guided tours, this is a wood activities with the U.S. Forest Service not-to-be-missed two-day event! Assorted vendors, refreshments, and live and Partners, and a fun fact finding excursion with the Grey Towers Heritage Association. music, too! For information: 570-296-9630.
Maybrook Wind Ensemble: 2 Concerts The Maybrook Wind Ensemble is a community wind band performing in Hudson Valley communities. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy a rousing evening of music and merriment at either of Maybrook Wind Ensemble’s upcoming summer concerts. The first concert will be held at the Wallkill Public Library, 7 Bona Ventura Avenue, on August 17 at 7:00pm. A second performance will be held on August 25 at 5:00pm at Frederick Myers Memorial Park / Schipps Lane, Maybrook. Enjoy the Celebrate Maybrook Fair festivities taking place the same day or simply come for the concert! Unique features of these Maybrook Wind Ensemble summer concerts are the
opportunities for audience participation in a sing-along, a “Name That Tune” mystery piece, and a children’s dance-along to Ralph Herman’s Circus! Along with these and other pieces, Kevin Scott, Musical Director, will feature such crowd pleasers as The Glory of the Yankee Navy by Sousa, selections of Richard Rodgers’, and highlights from Les Miserables by Schonberg and Kretzmer. Email maybrookwindensemble@gmail. com or call 845-475-8046 for information.
Coney Island in Shohola! Mermaids marching in will gather at the Artists’ Shohola? Yep! The Coney Market Community Center, Island in Shohola event came 114 Richardson Avenue, about via a group of artists Shohola, PA at 3:00pm on and art lovers who decided to August 4. create a parade and march as At 3:30pm, Rose will lead mermaids, King Neptune, or the group along Richardson Coney Island Freaks! Avenue to Stonedock Road, Leading the parade is event and make a right onto coordinator Rose Chateau, Rohman’s Road. The parade in a gorilla suit with her live “Searching for Center” by Carol Mainardi continues to the end of banana ball python snake, on view at The Art Factory, White Mills Rohman’s Road, and makes a Chiquita! “It’s not a long route,” explains right onto Chauncey Thomas Road, then ends Rose, “but it will be a lot of fun. We’ve got where it all began at the Artists’ Market. some mermaids and a ‘mussel woman’ who A reception for Coney Island in Shohola will attend, so join us or find a good spot takes place at 4:00pm at the Artists’Market that along the parade route!” will include an art exhibit, live entertainment, School groups, businesses, social service and complimentary refreshments. clubs, fire departments, and non-profits are E-mail BarryvilleAreaArts@gmail.com invited to contact the Barryville Area Arts or call 845-557-8713 for a free loan of a Association to participate in the Parade. All costume, or for more details! August 2018
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Locavore Jazz: The Hudson Valley Jazz Festival, Year 9 by Philip Ehrensaft Drummer Steve Rubin, the founder of the Hudson Valley Jazz Festival, correctly sees the link between national jazz fame and musical excellence as highly imperfect. While the nationally famous combine raw talent and very hard work to earn prime place on bandstands, numerous equally well-endowed and hardworking musicians never attain fame and fortune. Sometimes the different outcomes are just life’s luck of the draw. Other times it results from conscious choices by the highly talented. Achieving national fame requires many days on the road. Some exceptionally fine musicians decide that the prize is not worth the cost: they like where they live; they like being with their families, friends and neighbors. They prefer the good life built at home via local concerts, teaching, and studio gigs. The Hudson Valley is exceptionally replete with jazz musicians who turned away from pursuing national fame in favor of building careers centered on the life they value at home. Our region is the prime instance of America’s fastest growing demographic zone, “exurbia,” the regions lying between far suburbs and vast rural America. A supremely talented and eccentric New York
literati, A.C. Spectorsky, caught onto this first. Spectorsky’s The Exurbanites was published in 1955. It charted new ways of commuting and living in the zone stretching from northern Westchester through Columbia counties. Greater New York’s exurbia is a preferred choice for both jazz musicians plying the national circuits, and for talented musicians who opt for centering their lives locally. Being within an hour or two’s drive from the bridges over the Hudson and East Rivers to the world’s jazz capital makes living in small town exurbia considerably more viable than in other parts of the USA. Warwick, Rubin’s home base, is a prime choice for jazz musicians. It’s closer to NYC than other places, like Woodstock, that attract musicians. Warwick’s black dirt farmland precludes suburban developments seen in the other towns equidistant from
Callicoon Poems & Art Country Voices Poetry Group and Bluestone Poets will present Running with the Muse: An Ekphrastic Collaboration on August 4 from 5:00pm-8:00pm. This event will offer an interplay “Aunt Rozzie” of an art exhibit by Claire Coleman opening and poetry reading. Eleven poets were given artworks and assigned to write a poem based on the artwork. Both the eleven poets and eleven artists will discuss their works at the event. Tina Hazarian will offer her poem based on Claire Coleman’s painting created from a chance discovery she and two others happened upon during a quest in Livingston Manor to piece together the story of a mysterious man. Artworks and chapbooks will be available for purchase. Come and be moved by fine art and great poetry! There will be music and light refreshments, too! It all takes place at River Family Wellness, 21 Lower Main Street, Callicoon. For information, call 845-887-9004. Free admission, donations appreciated. 10 Delaware & Hudson CANVAS August 2018
NYC. Throw in a central village with nice old buildings and you have an attractive location for musicians who want out of the city. Plus: jazz musicians are, by necessity, ingenious at spotting good locations like Warwick before other people catch on. Rubin was a jazz emigrant to Warwick, and quickly recognized that 1) he was far from an isolated case; and 2) people in and around Warwick were neither aware of the jazz talents living next door nor getting opportunities to hear them perform. A summer jazz festival drawing on ample local talent would create that awareness, and hopefully spark yearround local opportunities to savor live jazz. Rubin was and is right. On August 9, he’s back with his ninth annual Festival of class act ensembles spanning a broad spectrum of jazz styles. A pre-festival concert at the Amity Gallery’s opening of a jazz in art exhibit (see pg. 25) happens on
August 4 at 7:30pm: a quartet version of the Hudson Valley Jazz Ensemble featuring saxophonist Eric Person, Joe Vincent Tranchina on keyboards, Rubin on drums and Lew Scott on bass. Topflight musicians all. The official August 9 opening is a free concert starting with the New York Swing Exchange, followed by a quartet led by powerhouse drummer Karl Latham. Latham’s “Acoustic Unit” includes the very interesting Latin Jazz pianist Oscar Perez. At times there’s too much good music going on: I find myself torn on Friday night the 10th between catching premier jazz vocalist Judi Silvano performing in Walden, or the Beyond Jazz improv group followed by vocalist Gabriele Tranchina and the exceptional pianist Joe Vincent Tranchina in Warwick. The wrap-up August 12 concert by En Masse at the Limoncello Café in Goshen represents the festival’s core spirit. Trumpeter and co-leader Chris Persad pays the mortgage by teaching in a local high school. Bassist Robert Kopec is a jazz freelancer based in the Valley. Both are damned fine jazz musicians. The rich, full listing of thirteen festival concerts can be viewed by visiting the website: www.hudsonvalleyjazzfest.org
Goshen Art League: Solo and Group Shows Walk and Gallop Into Goshen
“Abandon” by Richard Weber
RICHARD WEBER SOLO SHOW Richard Weber has been drawn to art since the third grade. He continued his love of art through school and attended SUNY New Paltz. A self-taught artist, he has nurtured his love of art by creating a variety of works throughout the past forty-plus years. A solo show of his works demonstrating his diverse interests and his means of expressing them will be on view at Griffith Olivero Realtors 226 Main Street, Goshen, thru August 29. DENNIS FANTON SOLO SHOW “I believe that there are potential subjects for paintings all around us and it is up to the artist to capture the inspiration and present it to the viewer,” says Dennis Fanton. “My individual means of expression tends to focus on color, brushwork and strong use of values. I enjoy working in oil and pastel and
Work by Dennis Fanton
prefer on-site painting which involves the use of all my senses. My style lends itself toward impressionism, but I let my subject dictate the handling of the piece. “Art has always been a dominant form of expression during my childhood and beyond. Color always fascinated me and I was never afraid to explore it. Gardening is my second passion, and my gardens, home, and many pets have been the subjects of my work. My artistic journey is always fulfilling to me as I experiment with new ways of looking at things and different approaches in my media and style.” Fanton’s solo show at the Berkshire Bank, 2 South Church Street, Goshen, runs thru September 25. ...and don’t miss the popular Goshen Art Walk on August 3, from 6:00pm-9:00pm in Webster Park, 25 Main Street.
GOSHEN ART LEAGUE EXHIBITS In 2016, the Goshen Art League (GAL) celebrated 55 years as an arts organization and is eager to explore additional art disciplines and to expand its ranks to include more “Self Portrait” by and diverse artists Janet Howard Campbell from throughout the region. The League’s next members’ exhibit, Capturing the Essence: Portraits of People, Pets and Self is at the Goshen Music Hall, 223 Main Street, from July “Strawberry Shortcake” by Lily Norton 27 to September 19. The reception will be held on August 16, from 6:00pm-8:00pm. Tasty Palette for the Palate 2018 is an exhibit of food and beverages represented in art by GAL members at Noble Coffee Roasters, 3020 Route 207, Campbell Hall, running August 1-31.
“Goshen Racetrack Trotter” by Mitchell Saler
“American Flag Trotter” by Pat MacDonald
PAINTED TROTTERS OF GOSHEN The Village of Goshen, along with the Goshen Art League, has created Painted Trotters of Goshen 2018. Artists painted plywood forms in the shape of a trotter horse designed by June Evers of Horse Hollow Press and created by Joe Fedor and the Goshen High School Technology Department students. The horses are twosided and are distributed all over the village of Goshen throughout the summer. Stay tuned for the silent auction of the painted trotters. www.goshenartleague.com
The Bard in Goshen Cornerstone Theatre Arts will entertain, amuse, and surprise you when they present: Shakespeare in the Gardens. Join in for a leisurely stroll through beautiful gardens in full bloom while listening to classical music. Stop to watch a Shakespearean love scene or two, hear a sonnet (or three), and enjoy a glass of wine and other light refreshments. The fundraiser takes place at 220 Arcadia Road, Goshen, on August 4 at Noon. Rain date: August 5. For tickets: 845-697-5337.
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GNSO’s Free Concert: Patriotic Program “This will be our second on-Hudson, he served with major free concert in an the Marines in Vietnam 8-day period, with the July earning two Purple Hearts 28 event at Mount Saint for combat wounds he Mary College preceding it,” suffered. said Greater Newburgh This concert is made Symphony Orchestra possible through the (GNSO) President John generosity of the Peter Bliss. M. and Edith P. Olympia He is speaking of a GNSO Music Director Russell Ger Charitable Trust. Mr. program of patriotic music on the and Mrs. Olympia were long-time Newburgh waterfront in honor of the residents of the Newburgh area and visit of the Vietnam Memorial replica the Trust was established in 1992. It of the “Wall that Heals”. has as its purpose the financial support Describing the program, GNSO of community institutions and events Music Director Russell Ger said: which lend themselves to the positive “This will be a lively, upbeat medley Dan Clarino quality of life for residents of the of American patriotic favorites, such as greater Newburgh area. Through this concert, The Star Spangled Banner and Sousa’s the Trust honors the men and women who have Washington Post March and Stars and Stripes paid the Ultimate Price for their country. Forever, and America the Beautiful. We will The concert will take place in Peoples Park also hear modern classics, such as Copland’s on the waterfront at the end of Washington Fanfare for the Common Man and Rodeo: Street. It will be adjacent to the 375-foot long Hoe-Down, Bernstein’s Candide Overture, replica of the Vietnam War Memorial, which Williams’ Superman March and Summon the is making its only visit in New York State to Heroes, and Barber’s Adagio for Strings. The Newburgh this year. The “Wall that Heals” program includes an Armed Forces Medley arrives in Newburgh on August 2 and departs and fittingly concludes with Taps.” three days later. The concert includes a brief intermission The free concert is on August 4 at 2:00pm. talk by Dan Clarino on his Reflections on Rain date is August 3 at 2:00pm. Bring chairs the Wall. A Vietnam veteran who was born in or blankets. No dogs allowed. Newburgh and currently resides in CornwallVisit www.newburghsymphony.org
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Jeremy Baum Performs at The Ritz Jeremy Baum began playing the piano at age five, and was playing classical piano recitals by his teens. He grew up listening to his parent’s record collection, as well as the various jazz-organ and R&B sounds of Jimmy Smith, Jimmy McGriff and Ray Charles. Jeremy’s trio is rooted in the blues and funky soul-jazz sounds of the late 1960s (think Booker T. and the MG’s, The Meters, Jimmy Smith!) His style is also informed by the current masters of the
groove from the jam-band scene (Medeski, Martin, and Wood, Soul-Live). Jeremy has been playing festivals and jazz clubs since the release of his first album. His band was also featured on Boogaloo to McDuff, a tribute to Jack McDuff. See Jeremy perform for Safe Harbors of the Hudson’s Blues on Broadway series at the Ritz Theatre, 107 Broadway, Newburgh on August 17 at 7:00pm. For tickets: 845-784-1199.
Interactive Kids’ Concert in Newburgh Evan Gottfried has been making music since he was a kid growing up on Long Island. He and his younger brother, Adam, would perform epic rock concerts for their parents. For some reason their idea of a stage was a blanket hung up in front of them, so that they could only be seen from the waist up, as if they were puppets. Their biggest hit was Bad Little Girl Wouldn’t Drink Her Milk, which chronicled all the not-so-good things that happened to that girl as a result of her not drinking her milk. Nowadays Evan’s lyrics are generally more upbeat, though no less entertaining! Evan has been teaching students with
severe and multiple disabilities since 2004, and frequently uses music as a teaching tool. In 2010, finding himself with one very musical young daughter, he got the idea to make an album for kids. He turned the idea into a reality and recorded Reach Up! - an album with several awardwinning songs. Evan will perform at the Newburgh Free Library, 124 Grand Street, on August 4 at 1:00pm for Family Music Extravaganza: an interactive, joyous, high energy concert! Best for ages 2-10, but enjoyed by kids of all ages. To register, call 845-563-3600.
Nilko Andreas & LaMar are Back in Bethel Since his Carnegie Hall debut in 2009, Nilko Andreas has been captivating audiences in over fifteen countries and three continents as a soloist, composer and chamber musician performing on prestigious stages with major orchestras and conductors. (See photo.) “Nilko is organizing the Summer Latin Party at the Catskill Distilling Company, a gathering of the best Latin musicians, period!,” says producer Stacey Cohen. “Great
music, great time, guaranteed! Dancing is required - bon-fire!” LaMar is Andreas’ Spanish Rumba Flamenco side project. “La Mar” means the sea. LaMar consists of Nilko himself, bassist Matt Geraghty, and percussionist Reid Andres. The dance party, bon fire, and great time all happen on August 11, 8:00pm at Catskill Distilling Company, 2037 NY-17B, Bethel. For reservations: 845-583-3141.
Jamie McLean Performs in Marlboro Jamie McLean is a triple threat. As a guitarist for New Orleans royalty Aaron Neville and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, he has toured the globe playing fiery guitar everywhere from Madison Square Garden to Japan’s Fuji Rock. His blue-eyed southern soul vocals ooze raw emotion and his top line songwriting chops tie everything together. With hundreds of original compositions to his name, McLean creates a musical gumbo that
incorporates New Orleans soul, Delta blues, middle America roots and New York City swagger! The Jamie McLean Band is touring behind the release of a new album produced by Ken Coomer of Wilco and featuring Sam Bush and Jeff Coffin of the Dave Matthews Band. The Jamie McLean Band will perform at The Falcon, 1348 US-9W, Marlboro, on August 3 at 8:00pm. For information: 845-236-7970.
Warwick Summer Arts Film Fest For a second year, the Warwick Summer Arts Festival has partnered with Sugar Loaf arts and community space Milkweed to present the annual one-night film festival of short films at the legendary Warwick DriveIn Theater. A line up of short films in a variety of genres including drama, comedy, animation, documentary, sci-fi, horror, music and experimental videos will be presented and are eligible to win a $200 cash prize for the winner of ‘Best Short’ of the evening. The audience will vote for the ‘Best Film’ of the festival.
Films written and produced by filmmakers of all ages and experience were submitted through FilmFreeway.com and reviewed by film festival organizer Hannah Maxwell of Milkweed and a supporting film committee. On August 16, Beyond Jazz, a mix of funk, jazz, rock and soul with Steve Rubin, Gabe Valle, Ed Littman and J.Brunka, perform at 8:00pm with the Film Fest starting at 9:00pm at the Drive-In, 5 Warwick Turnpike. The concession stand is open serving your favorite movie-watching snacks. $10 per person; $20 per car.
Family Fun in Grahamsville & Walker Valley Little World’s Fair, Grahamsville Hosted by the Neversink Agricultural Society, Grahamsville’s Little World’s Fair is the longest running independent fair in New York, offering 3 days of old-fashioned family fun! The 139th Fair takes place August 1719 and features agricultural and livestock exhibits, live music and demos, rides for all ages, food, games, vendors, and a lot more! Admission includes free parking, access to exhibits and contests, and free entertainment! Ages 4 & under and 75 & older - FREE.
Shawangunk Day, Walker Valley Shawangunk Day takes place on August 18 from 10:00am-4:00pm with festivities taking place at several locations along Route 52 and Marl Road. This fun filled family day includes art, car, and quilt shows, a bounce house and petting zoo for the kids, pork roast, local history and organic farming presentations and tours, fishing demonstrations, craft and food vendors, rabies clinic, and musical entertainment by The Mustangs’65, a vocal trio singing 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s hits. FREE admission.
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Hudson Valley Swing Band ������������ Wallkill Community Center, Middletown, Tuesdays, 1pm FREE Thunderhead Organ Trio jazz-fusion ��������The Wherehouse, Newburgh, 3rd Thursdays, 8pm FREE Music for Humanity folk ��������������Noble Coffee Roasters, Campbell Hall, 3rd Saturdays, 8pm FREE Band Concert & Warwick Dance Collective Warwick Summer Arts Festival ����������������������������������� Third Degree �������������������������������������������������Farmers’ Market Park, Rock Hill, Aug 1, 6:30pm FREE The Carl Richards Band ��������������������������������������������� Riverside Park, Port Jervis, Aug 1, 7pm FREE Shelley King Band Texas indie blues ���������������������������������������������The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 1, 8pm Hot Flash & The Hormones vocals ���������� Run For Downtown Park, Middletown, Aug 2, 6pm FREE Unusual Suspects ��������������������������������������Veterans Memorial Park, Wurtsboro, Aug 2, 6:30pm FREE Three Hands Clapping ������������������������������������ Gazebo Park, Kauneonga Lake, Aug 2, 6:30pm FREE Hey Jude ����������������������������������������������������������������������������Sugar Loaf Crossing, Aug 2, 6:30pm FREE Andy Stack’s American Soup �������������������������������� The Falcon Underground , Marlboro, Aug 2, 8pm Dug The Band ��������������������������������������������������������������������Pennings Farm, Warwick, Aug 3, 6pm-9pm Diablo Station country, rock �������������������������������������Festival Square, Middletown, Aug 3, 7pm FREE Dierks Bentley w/Brothers Osborne & LANCO �������������������������������������� Bethel Woods, Aug 3, 7pm Eric Winter Group ����������������������������������������������������������������� Bullville Town Park, Aug 3, 7pm FREE E’lissa Jones Band Triversity Fundraiser ������������������������ The Phoenix, Dingmans Ferry, Aug 3, 8pm Common Tongue fusion �����������������������������������������������������������������The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 3, 8pm Jamie McLean Band ������������������������������������������������ The Falcon Underground, Marlboro, Aug 3, 8pm Albi Beluli ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Dancing Cat Saloon, Bethel, Aug 4, 8pm Upstate Rubdown rock �������������������������������������������������������������������The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 4, 8pm Big Joe Fitz & The Lo-Fis swing, blues ����������������������The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 5 & Aug 19, 11am Slam Allen ��������������������������������������������������������������Sullivan County Museum, Hurleyville, Aug 5, 2pm The Beach Boys w/The Righteous Brothers ����������������������������������������Bethel Woods, Aug 5, 7:30pm The Ronald Reagans 80s ��������������������������������� Mount Hope Town Park, Otisville, Aug 7, 7pm FREE Glass House ���������������������������������������������������Farmers’ Market Park, Rock Hill, Aug 8, 6:30pm FREE DJ G “80’s Night in the Park” ������������������������������������ Riverside Park, Port Jervis, Aug 8, 7pm FREE Pike & Sutton rock, blues ���������������������������������������������������������������The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 8, 8pm E’lissa Jones Triofolk, rock ��������������������� Run For Downtown Park, Middletown, Aug 9, 6pm FREE Cathy Paty & Company ���������������������������������� Gazebo Park, Kauneonga Lake, Aug 9, 6:30pm FREE Still Surfin’ ������������������������������������������������������������������������Sugar Loaf Crossing, Aug 9, 6:30pm FREE Sam Reider & the Human Hands bluegrass, jazz, world ������� The Falcon Underground, Aug 9, 8pm JP Conques Duo ��������������������������������������������������������������Pennings Farm, Warwick, Aug 10, 6pm-9pm Route 66 60s �������������������������������������������������������������Festival Square, Middletown, Aug 10, 7pm FREE Midnight Slim, Laurie Ann �������������������������������������Alice Court Park, Pine Bush, Aug 10, 7pm FREE Slam Allen ���������������������������������������������������������������Heartbeat Music Hall, Grahamsville, Aug 10, 8pm Duke Robillard Band blues ����������������������������������������������������������The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 10, 8pm Sylvia Tyson & Scarlet Rivera ������������������������������ The Falcon Underground, Marlboro, Aug 10, 8pm The Clusters All Star Band Orange County Pop-Rock-Doowop Series ���������������������������������������������� People’s Park, Newburgh, Aug 11, 6:30pm FREE Voodoo Threauxdown w/Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue ���������� Bethel Woods, Aug 11, 7pm Bernard “Pretty” Purdie & Friends, Jack Spann ���������������������The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 11, 7pm Deadgrass Garcia ��������������������������������������������������� The Falcon Underground, Marlboro, Aug 11, 8pm Nilko Andreas & LaMar Latin ����������������������������� Catskill Distilling Company, Bethel, Aug 11, 8pm Tim Urban pop ������������������������������������������������ Mount Hope Town Park, Otisville, Aug 14 7pm FREE Toad the Wet Sprocket w/Megan Slankard ������������� Bethel Woods, Aug 14, dinner:7pm, show:8pm Somerville ����������������������������������������������������Farmers’ Market Park, Rock Hill, Aug 15, 6:30pm FREE Tim Quinn ����������������������������������������������� Run For Downtown Park, Middletown, Aug 16, 6pm FREE Laura Garone & The Wagners ��������������������� Gazebo Park, Kauneonga Lake, Aug 16, 6:30pm FREE Swing Shift Orchestra ���������������������������Veterans Memorial Park, Wurtsboro, Aug 16, 6:30pm FREE Slambovian Circus of Dreams ���������������������������������������Sugar Loaf Crossing, Aug 16, 6:30pm FREE Chai On Music Klezmer, Yiddish, Broadway - Music on Market Series ���������������������������������������������� St. John’s Episcopal Church, Ellenville, Aug 16, 7:30pm Beyond Jazz funk, jazz, rock, soul, Warwick Summer Arts Festival ���������Warwick, Drive-In, Aug 16, 8pm Matt Finck Ensemble jazz, funk ��������������������������������������������������������������������The Falcon, Aug 16, 8pm Sho-Nuff ���������������������������������������������������������������������������Pennings Farm, Warwick, Aug 17, 6pm-9pm The Vibe rock ������������������������������������������ Run For Downtown Park, Middletown, Aug 17, 6pm FREE The Shallows r&b, blues �����������������������������������������Festival Square, Middletown, Aug 17, 7pm FREE Mustangs �������������������������������������������������������������������Alice Court Park, Pine Bush, Aug 17, 7pm FREE Jeremy Baum “Blues on Broadway” series �����������������Ritz Theatre Lobby, Newburgh, Aug 17, 7pm Jane Lee Hooker Band blues, rock ����������������������������������������������The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 17, 8pm Joe Medwick & Friends soul, funk ����������������������� The Falcon Underground, Marlboro, Aug 17, 8pm Simple Gifts Duo folk, Kindred Spirits Arts ��������������������������� Grey Towers, Milford, Aug 18, 5:30pm Dr. Magkneetoe Medicine Show Orange County Pop-Rock-Doowop Series �������������������������������������� UNICO Park, Newburgh, Aug 18, 6:30pm FREE Christine Laplante folk, Natasha Althouse & Co. ����� Phillipsport Community Center, Aug 18, 7pm Benny Havens Band country ������������ Trophy Point Amphitheater, West Point Aug 18, 7:30pm FREE
Nilko Andreas & LaMar ���������������������������������������� Catskill Distilling Company, Bethel, Aug 18, 8pm
Fred Zepplin rock ��������������������������������������������������� The Falcon Underground, Marlboro, Aug 18, 8pm Indian Music Concert Sougata Roy Chowdhury & Ray Spiegle ������� Hurleyville Arts Centre, Aug 19, 4pm Madarka Newburgh Jewish Music Series ������������������� UNICO Park, Newburgh, Aug 19, 4pm, FREE O.A.R. w/ Matt Nathanson and The New Respects ��������������������������Bethel Woods, Aug 19, 6:30pm Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts Travel Band blues �������������������������������������������The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 19, 8pm Papa J & Mo’ Soul w/Jason Rosen ������������Farmers’ Market Park, Rock Hill, Aug 22, 6:30pm FREE Poet Gold’s POELODIES spoken word, hip hop � The Falcon Underground, Marlboro, Aug 22, 7pm 14
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Leeroy Stagger & The Rebeltone Sound roots, rock, pop ��������� The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 22, 8pm Dave Milner & Aerial Acoustics �������������������Gazebo Park, Kauneonga Lake, Aug 23, 6:30pm FREE Rated R Band ������������������������������������������������������������������Sugar Loaf Crossing, Aug 23, 6:30pm FREE Tribal Harmony w/Magpie Native American ����������������������������������������������The Falcon, Aug 23, 7pm Natalie Forteza neo soul, jazz �������������������������������� The Falcon Underground, Marlboro, Aug 23, 8pm Nailed Shutt �������������������������������������������������������������������� Pennings Farm, Warwick, Aug 24, 6pm-9pm 311 & The Offspring w/Gym Class Heroes ��������������������������������������������Bethel Woods, Aug 24, 7pm Hurley Mountain Band pop, rock ������������������������� Festival Square, Middletown, Aug 24, 7pm FREE Side F/X ��������������������������������������������������������������������������Alice Court Park, Pine Bush, Aug 24, 7pm FREE Dylan Doyle Band blues, rock ������������������������������� The Falcon Underground, Marlboro, Aug 24, 8pm Swingeroos Orange County Pop-Rock-Doowop ����People’s Park, Newburgh, Aug 25, 6:30pm FREE Ed Palermo Big Band Zappa ������������������������������������������������������� The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 25, 8pm Gary Solomon Dylan ���������������������������������������������� The Falcon Underground, Marlboro, Aug 25, 8pm Assaf Gleizner Quartet Newburgh Jewish Music Series ���People’s Park, Newburgh, Aug 26, 4pm, FREE Trio of OZ: Omar Hakim & Rachel Z rock ������������������������������ The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 26, 8pm Cruise Control ���������������������������������������������Farmers’ Market Park, Rock Hill, Aug 29, 6:30pm FREE Platt & McCormack ����������������������������� Veterans Memorial Park, Wurtsboro, Aug 30, 6:30pm FREE The Usual Suspects ����������������������������������������Gazebo Park, Kauneonga Lake, Aug 30, 6:30pm FREE Moonshine Creek Band ��������������������������������������������������Sugar Loaf Crossing, Aug 30, 6:30pm FREE Tonebenders rock ��������������������������������������������������� Festival Square, Middletown, Aug 31, 7pm FREE The Fray rock ���������������������������������������������������������Resorts World Catskills, Monticello, Aug 31, 8pm Chris O’Leary Band blues ���������������������������������������������������������� The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 30, 8pm Rachel Berkman & Common Ground ������������������������� Pennings Farm, Warwick, Aug 31, 6pm-9pm Carolyn Wonderland, Baby Gramps ����������������������������������������� The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 31, 8pm The Reveries Beatles, Grateful Dead, Talking Heads ����������� The Falcon Underground, Aug 31, 8pm Somerville Brothers Band ����������������������������������������Catskill Distilling Company, Bethel, Sep 1, 8pm OPEN Mic & IN-HOUSE MUSIC
Listings below are not included in our centerspread calendar.
Open Mic w/Steve Schwartz & Antoine Magliano �������Dutch’s Tavern, Rock Hill, Mondays, 7:30pm Joanna Gass and the Search & Rescue Orchestra ������� Brew, Rock Hill, Tuesdays, 6:30pm-8:30pm Robert Kopec & Solo Bajo jazz + ������������������������������������ Dos Amigos, Fair Oaks, Wednesdays, 7pm Open Mic ������������������������������������������������������� Heartbeat Music Hall, Grahamsville, Wednesdays, 7pm The Parting Glass Band Celtic �������������������� Loughran’s Pub, Salisbury Mills, Thursdays, 7pm-10pm Albi Beluli ������������������������������������������������������������������ Dancing Cat Saloon, Bethel, Thursdays, 7:30pm Jason Rosen soul ������������������������������������������������������������Dancing Cat Saloon, Bethel, Fridays, 7:30pm Marc Von Em soul, blues, funk �������������������������WaterWheel Cafe, Milford, Last Fridays, 8pm-11pm Jake Lentz piano & Marilyn Kennedy vocals Giovanni’s Inn, Wurtsboro, Fridays & Saturdays, 6pm-9pm Barry Sheinfeld’s Jazz Cats ��������������������������������������������� Dancing Cat Saloon, Bethel, Sundays, 1pm
Gregg VanGelder Band ��������������������������������Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 3, 7:30pm-10:30pm Rob Schiff ���������������������������������������������������������������� Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 5, 2pm-5pm
Quave, w/Michael Purcell HV Jazz Festival ���������������� Eddie’s Road House, Warwick, Aug 9, 10pm Mike Antonelli & Friends, Judi Silvano’s Zephyr Band HV Jazz Festival �������������������������������������������
Orange County Hops, Walden, Aug 10, 6pm Chloe Borthwick, Gabe Valle, Nick Gaskins HV Jazz Festival Glenmere Brewery, Florida, Aug 10, 7pm Larry Newcomb-Steve Kaiser Duo HV Jazz Festival ����������������������� Bourbon Street, Monroe, Aug 10, 7pm Kristina Koller HV Jazz Festival ���������������������������������������BeanRunner Cafe, Peekskill, Aug 10, 7pm Soul Purpose Motown ��������������������������������Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 10, 7:30pm-10:30pm Jim & Michelle Iannucci ���������������������������������������� Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 11, 2pm-5pm Floyd Pink �������������������������������������������� Palaia Winery Outdoors, Highland Mills, Aug 11, 7pm-10pm Doug Munro and La Pompe Attack HV Jazz Festival ������� BeanRunner Cafe, Peekskill, Aug 11, 8pm Mike Jackson HV Jazz Festival ���������������������������������������������Iron Forge Inn, Warwick, Aug 12, Noon Artie Tobia ������������������������������������������������������������� Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 12, 2pm-5pm Persad/Kopec En Masse HV Jazz Festival ������������������������������������ Limoncello, Goshen, Aug 12, 8pm
Roots & Blues Sessions host: Petey Hop ������The Falcon Underground, Marlboro, Aug 15 & 29, 7pm
Hurley Mountain Highway ������������������������Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 17, 7:30pm-10:30pm Feast of Friends Doors Tribute ������������Palaia Winery Outdoors, Highland Mills, Aug 18, 7pm-10pm Erol Ogut ���������������������������������������������������������������� Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 18, 2pm-5pm Anthony Fiore jazz guitar �������������������������������������� Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 19, 2pm-5pm Acoustic Sludge �����������������������������������������Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 24, 7:30pm-10:30pm Chris Brown ����������������������������������������������������������� Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 26, 2pm-5pm Honey & Blue ��������������������������������������������Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 31, 7:30pm-10:30pm
Hudson Valley Swing Band, Middletown The Hudson Valley Swing band is composed of music educators, businessmen and health care professionals. This fine group of musicians have been playing together for over 17 years. The band plays tunes from the big band era including: Ellington, Goodman,
Basie, Gershwin, Jobim, Miller, Garner and many others. Hudson Valley Swing plays at the Wallkill Community Center on Tuesdays, from 1:00pm-3:00pm, at 7 Wes Warren Drive, Middletown. Free admission. Call 845-692-7830.
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Art Walks - Art Marathon
Highland Falls Art Walk ������������������������������������������������������� Main Street, Highland Falls, thru Oct 28 CreativesMX Marathon 2018 �����������������������������������������������������������������Hudson Valley, Jul 29-Aug 5 Goshen Art Walk ������������������������������������ Webster’s Park, Webster Square, Goshen, Aug 3, 6pm-9pm Dusklit 2018 Warwick Summer Arts Festival ������Seligmann Center, Sugar Loaf, Aug 11, 6pm-10pm Newburgh Last Saturdays ����������������������������������������������������������������������Newburgh, Aug 25, 4pm-8pm
Outdoor Family Movie Night ����������������������������������������������������� Bullville Town Park, Aug 3, 8pm FREE Summer Outdoor Movie Series ���������� Morningside Park, Hurleyville, Aug 4, 11, 18, 25, 8pm FREE “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool” Annette Benning ���������Wisner Library, Warwick, Aug 6, 1pm FREE “Wonder” outdoor series ����������������������������������������� King Street, Middletown, Aug 11, 8:30pm FREE “Little Boy” Emily Watson, Jakob Salvati ������������������Wisner Library, Warwick, Aug 13, 1pm FREE “The Odd Couple” Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, intro George Burke MSM-DC Aug 14, 9:30am “Decoding the Weather Machine” documentary w/discussion � Chester Library, Aug 14, 5pm FREE Festival of Films Warwick Summer Arts Festival ����������������������������� Warwick Drive-In, Aug 16, 8pm “Hook” ������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Museum at Bethel Woods, Aug 18, 8:30pm “All the Money in the World” ������������������������������������Wisner Library, Warwick, Aug 20, 1pm FREE “Stars Wars: The Last Jedi ” ������������������������������������������� Museum at Bethel Woods, Aug 21, 8:30pm Outdoor Family Movie Night �������������������������������������� Alice Court Park, Pine Bush, Aug 24, 8pm FREE “Jurassic Park” outdoor series �������������������������������� King Street, Middletown, Aug 25, 8:30pm FREE “I Can Only Imagine” Dennis Quaid, J. Michael Finley ����Wisner Library, Warwick, Aug 27, 1pm FREE “Separate Tables” David Niven, Wendy Hiller, intro w/George Burke ����MSM-DC Aug 28, 9:30am
Forestburgh ResCo ���������������������������������������������������������Tues, Wed, Thu, 6:30pm, Fri & Sat 10:30pm Michael Ferreri & Friends �������������������������������������������������������Shandelee Music Festival, Aug 4, 8pm
Good Host, Bad Host ��������������������������������������������������������������Milkweed, Sugar Loaf, Aug 17, 8:30pm Steve Martin and Martin Short ������������������������������������������������������������������ Bethel Woods, Sep 1, 8pm
Fairs & Festivals
Woodstock Festival �����������������������������������������������Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 4, Noon-10pm
Festival of Wood ������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Grey Towers, Milford, Aug 4 & 5 Town of Fallsburg’s National Night Out �� Brian Ingber Park, So. Fallsburg, Aug 7. 5:30pm-8:30pm Dusklit 2018 Warwick Summer Arts Festival ������Seligmann Center, Sugar Loaf, Aug 11, 6pm-10pm Little World’s Fair ���������������������������������������������������������������������Grahamsville Fairgrounds, Aug 17-19 Shawangunk Day ������������������������������������ Route 52 & Marl Road, Walker Valley, Aug 18, 10am-4pm
Psychic Fair ��������������������������������������������������������������������Crystal Connection, Wurtsboro, Aug 18 & 19 Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital Grape Jam Music Fest ���������������������������������������������������������������������� Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Aug 25, Noon-10pm
Greenwood Lake Elks Club Music Buffet �������������������� Greenwood Lake Elks Club, Jul 29, 2pm-6pm Triversity E’lissa Jones Band ����������������������������������������������The Phoenix, Dingmans Ferry, Aug 3, 8pm Cornerstone Theatre Arts Shakespeare in the Gardens.220 Arcadia Road, Goshen, Aug 4, Noon-4pm Cragsmoor Free Library silent auction ������������������������������� Cragsmoor Fire House, Aug 18, 3pm-5pm
Holistic - Spiritual
Journey Into Self-Awareness self-inquiry, meditation ����� Milkweed, Sugar Loaf, Sundays, 10:30am
“In The Good Old Summertime” 100th Birthday ���������������Knox’s Headquarters, Vails Gate, Aug 4
Music - BaND
Pine Bush Community Band ����������������� Mount Hope Town Park Pavilion, Otisville, Jul 31, 7pm FREE & Senior Center, Montgomery, Aug 19, 3pm FREE Walker Valley Marching Band, Okira & Christopher Dean Sullivan Newburgh Jazz Series ��������� People’s Park, Newburgh, Aug 10, 6:30pmFREE West Point Band “Hello, Dolly! at 50” ������� Trophy Point Amphitheater, West Point, Aug 11, 7:30pm FREE Maybrook Wind Ensemble �������������������������������������������������������� Wallkill Library, Aug 17, 7pm FREE & Frederick Myers Memorial Park, Maybrook, Aug 25, 5pm FREE West Point Band Labor Day Celebration Trophy Point Amphitheater, West Point, Sep 1, 7:30pm FREE
Music - Classical
Weekend of Chamber Music �������������������������������������������������The Cooperage, Honesdale, Jul 29, 4pm Linda Lane Smith soprano, Kindred Spirits Arts ����������������������Hotel Fauchere, Milford, Aug 2, 7pm Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra ������������������� People’s Park, Newburgh, Aug 4, 2pm FREE Argus String Quartet ���������������������������������Shandelee Music Festival, Livingston Manor, Aug 9, 8pm Music from Copland House ��������������������Shandelee Music Festival, Livingston Manor, Aug 11, 8pm Anna Fedorova piano �������������������������������Shandelee Music Festival, Livingston Manor, Aug 14, 8pm Contista Piano Trio ����������������������������������Shandelee Music Festival, Livingston Manor, Aug 16, 8pm Sara Davis Buechner piano, Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players ���������������������������������������������������� 25th Anniversary Gala Concert Shandelee Music Festival, Livingston Manor, Aug 18, 8pm Charles Mokotoff guitar ��������������������������������������������������������Pacem in Terris, Warwick, Aug 26, 5pm
Music - jazz See also page 14 for HV jazz Festival “in-House” Gigs
Thunderhead Organ Trio jazz-fusion ������� The Wherehouse, Newburgh, 3rd Thursdays, 8pm FREE Eric Person Band ����������������������������������������������������The Wherehouse, Newburgh, 3rd Saturdays, 9pm Hudson Valley Jazz Ensemble Festival Kick-Off Concert Amity Gallery, Warwick, Aug 4, 7:30pm Theo Croker Quintet neo jazz ������������������������������������������������������� The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 5, 8pm Jazz Sessions Host: Doug Weiss ������������������������������The Falcon Underground, Marlboro, Aug 8, 7pm The NY Swing Exchange HV Jazz Festival ����������������� Railroad Green, Warwick, Aug 9, 7pm FREE Karl Latham “Acoustic Unit” w/Oscar Perez, Calvin Jones, Jim Saltzman ������������������������������������ HV Jazz Festival Mulder Chapel, Warwick, Aug 9, 8pm Okira, Christopher Dean Sullivan Newburgh Jazz Series ������������������������������������������������������������������ People’s Park, Newburgh, Aug 10, 6:30pm FREE “Jazz Beyond” improv, Gabriele Tranchina Group HV Jazz Festival ������������������������������������������������� Warwick Center for the Performing Arts, Aug 10, 7pm The Bill Pernice Group HV Jazz Festival �������� Moffat Library, Washingtonville, Aug 11, 1pm FREE The Rick Savage Group HV Jazz Festival ����������������������������������Pine Island Park, Aug 11, 5pm FREE The Mobius Band HV Jazz Festival �����������������������������Railroad Green, Warwick, Aug 11, 7pm FREE Jamie Saft Trio ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 12, 8pm The Eric Person Group HV Jazz Festival ��������������������Wisner Library, Warwick, Aug 12, 2pm FREE KaN Jazz Trio Newburgh Jewish Music Series ������� People’s Park, Newburgh, Aug 12, 4pm, FREE Rave Tesar Trio HV Jazz Festival ���������������������������������Railroad Green Warwick, Aug 12, 5pm FREE Rick Altman Quartet Newburgh Jazz Series ��������� UNICO Park, Newburgh, Aug 17, 6:30pm FREE Jenny Scheinman’s & Allison Miller’s PARLOUR GAME neo jazz ������� The Falcon, Aug 20, 8pm Slide Attack Newburgh Jazz Series ����������������������� People’s Park, Newburgh, Aug 24, 6:30pm FREE Liberty Jazz Festival ������������������������������������������������������ Liberty Museum & Art Center, Aug 25, 5pm Saints of Swing swing, klezmer, + ���������������������������������������������� The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 26, 11am
Opera - Operetta
“Cox and Box” & “Trial by Jury” Burnand, Gilbert & Sullivan, Delaware Valley Opera �������������� Tusten Theatre, Narrowsburg, Jul 28-Aug 5 “The Magic Flute” Mozart, Delaware Valley Opera ����������Tusten Theatre, Narrowsburg, Aug 18-26
Milkweed Poetry �����������������������������������������������������������������Milkweed, Sugar Loaf, Wednesdays, 7pm Ariana Den Bleyker, Robert Phelps ������������������ Noble Coffee Roasters, Campbell Hall, Aug 2, 7pm Open Mic �����������������������������������������������������Blackfeather Retreat, Westbrookville, Aug 3. 6pm FREE Hudson River Poets ����������������������������������������������� Karpeles Museum, Newburgh, Aug 4, 1pm FREE Country Voices Poetry Group & Bluestone Poets Ekphrastic poetry & art �������������������������������������� River Family Wellness, Callicoon, Aug 4, 5pm Ingeborg ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� Elsie’s Luncheonette, Goshen, Aug 9, 7pm Host: Walter Pahucki ������������������������������������������ Montgomery Book Exchange, Aug 14, 7pm FREE Hudson River Poets ����������������������������������������������������������������Newburgh Library, Aug 23, 7pm FREE Sonia Lynch ���������������������������������������������������������������� Goshen Methodist Church, Aug 27, 7pm FREE Corinne Aufiero, Dennis Agostini ����������������������������������������������Jones Farm, Cornwall, Aug 31, 7pm
Salsa Dancing ����������������������������������������������������������������������� Hurleyville Arts Centre, Fridays, 7:30pm 1930s Catskill Farm Hoedown ����������Time & the Valleys Museum, Grahamsvlle, Jul 28, 6pm-10pm Benny Havens Band “Dancing Under The Stars” ���Trophy Point Amphitheater, West Point, Aug 4, 7:30pm Salsa Under the Stars ��������������������������������������������� Safe Harbors Green, Newburgh, Aug 25, 7:30pm
Jason Stern Luminary Media+Chronogram, DYLWYD series �������Pennings Farm Cidery, Warwick, Aug 8, 6pm Black Dirt Storytelling Guild “School Days” �������������������������Florida Library, Aug 9, 6:30pm FREE Adam Wade, Ophira Eisenberg & Peter Aguero ������������� Hurleyville Arts Centre, Aug 11, 6:30pm Yarnslingers “Siblings” �����������������������������������Bethel Council on the Arts, White Lake, Aug 26, 2pm
Theatre - Musical
“Fiddler on the Roof” Bock & Harnick �����������������������������������Forestburgh Playhouse, Jul 31-Aug 12 “Oliver” Lionel Bart ������������������Thomas P. Morahan Waterfront Park, Greenwood Lake, Aug 10-19 “Mama Mia” ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Forestburgh Playhouse, Aug 14-26 “The Last Five Years” Jason Robert Brown ��������������������������� Forestburgh Playhouse, Aug 28-Sep 2
Theatre - Play
“The Glass Menagerie” Side of the Road Theatre ���������������������������������� Milford Theatre, thru Jul 29 “Every Brilliant Thing” w/Lori Schneider ����������������������������� Sullivan County Museum, Jul 29, 2pm “Bang Bang!” by John Cleese ��������������������������������������������������������Shadowland Stages, Aug 10-Sep 9 “Women on Fire” play reading ������������������Mamakating Town Hall, Wurtsboro, Aug 17, 7pm FREE “A Delicate Balance” by Edward Albee, Side of the Road Co. Riverview Inn, Matamoras Aug 17-26 “The Black Nights’ Mystery Dance” The Killing Kompany ��������������West Point Club, Aug 24, 7pm
Schools & Conservatories Zip Zap Summer Circus Performance ������������������������������������ Ritz Theatre, Newburgh, Aug 3, 6pm NYSM Rock Camp Student Rock Showcase ����������������������������� The Falcon, Marlboro, Aug 4, Noon Voices of Hope �����������������������������������������������Calvary Presbyterian Church, Newburgh, Aug 11, TBA Student Works in Progress Nesin Cultural Arts ��St. John’s Epis. Ch., Monticello, Aug 23, 3:30pm FREE Faculty and Student Recital Nesin Cultural Arts ����������Nesin Theatre, Monticello, Aug 24, 6:30pm RitzKids Theatre Arts Performance �������������������������������������� Ritz Theatre, Newburgh, Aug 30, 6pm August 2018
Delaware & Hudson CANVAS
ALICE ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Alice Court Park, Pine Bush AMITY ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Amity Gallery, Warwick BW �����������������������������������������������������������������������������Bethel Woods Center for the Arts DCAT ��������������������������������Dancing Cat Saloon & Catskill Distilling Company, Bethel FAL & FAL-U ����������������������������������The Falcon & The Falcon Underground, Marlboro FEST ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Festival Square, Middletown FP ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Forestburgh Playhouse
GAZEBO ����������������������� Gazebo Park, (aka Bethel Community Park), Kauneonga Lake GWL �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Greenwood Lake Library GWLPK ������������������������������������� Thomas P. Morahan Waterfront Park, Greenwood Lake HAC ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Hurleyville Arts Centre HEART �����������������������������������������������������������������������Heartbeat Music Hall, Grahamsville HOPE ����������������������������������������������������������Town of Mount Hope Park Pavilion, Otisville LMAC ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� Liberty Museum and Arts Center
Theatre-Musical “Fiddler on the Roof” FP 2pm & 8pm Cabaret-Dinner “Songs of Irving Berlin” FP 6pm
Please check the schedule for Art & Photography Exhibit Receptions, pg. 18
Music Third Degree ROCK 6:30pm Poetry Milkweed, Sugar Loaf, 7pm Music The Carl Richards Band RIVPJ 7pm
Music Hudson Valley Swing Band WCC 1pm
Cinema “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool” Wisner Library, Warwick, 1pm
Cabaret-Dinner “Songs of Irving Berlin” FP 6pm
Cabaret-Dinner “Songs of Irving Berlin” FP 6pm
Music Glass House ROCK 6:30pm
Poetry MONTBK, 7pm
Cinema “All the Money in the World” Wisner Library, Warwick, 1pm
Cinema “I Can Only Imagine” Wisner Library, Warwick, 1pm
Music - Jazz Jazz Sessions FAL-U 8pm
Cabaret-Dinner “Sail Away” FP 6pm
15 Theatre - Musical “Mama Mia!” FP 2pm & 8pm Storytelling Jason Stern Pennings Farm Cidery, Warwick 6pm Cabaret-Dinner “Sail Away” FP 6pm
Music Tim Urban HOPE 7pm
Music Somerville ROCK 6:30pm
Music - Classical Anna Fedorova, piano SHAND 8pm
Poetry Milkweed, Sugar Loaf, 7pm
Theatre - Musical “Mama Mia!” FP 8pm
Music Hudson Valley Swing Band WCC 1pm
Cabaret-Dinner “Sail Away” FP 6pm Music Papa J & Mo’ Soul ROCK 6:30pm
Theatre “Mama Mia!” FP 8pm
Poetry Milkweed, Sugar Loaf, 7pm
Cinema “Stars Wars: The Last Jedi” BW 8:30pm
Spoken Word Hip Hop POELODIES FAL-U 7pm
Cinema “Separate Tables” MSM-DC 9:30am
Music HV Swing Band WCC 1pm
Delaware & Hudson CANVAS
Theatre - Musical “Mama Mia!” FP 2pm & 8pm
Cabaret-Dinner “Sail Away” FP 6pm
Poetry Sonia Lynch Goshen Methodist Church, 7pm
Theatre-Musical “Fiddler on the Roof” FP 8pm
Cinema “Decoding the Weather Machine” Chester Library, 5pm
Music - Neo-Jazz Jenny Scheinman & Allison Miller” FAL 8pm
Music - 80s DJ G RIVPJ 7pm Music Pike & Sutton FAL 8pm
Music Hudson Valley Swing Band WCC 1pm
Cinema “Hook” BW 8:30pm
Poetry Milkweed, Sugar Loaf, 7pm
Music - 80s The Ronald Reagans HOPE 7pm
Cinema “The Odd Couple” MSM-DC 9:30am
Cinema “Little Boy” Wisner Library, Warwick, 1pm
Theatre-Musical “Fiddler on the Roof” FP 2pm & 8pm
Festival National Night Out Brian Inger Park, So. Fallsburg, 5:30pm-8:30pm
Cabaret-Dinner “Forever Forestburgh” FP 6pm Theatre - Musical “The Last Five Years” FP 8pm
Music Leeroy Stagger & The Rebeltone Sound FAL 8pm
Theatre - Musical “The Last Five Years” FP 2pm & 8pm
Cabaret-Dinner “Forever Forestburgh” FP 6pm Music Cruise Control ROCK 6:30pm Poetry Milkweed, Sugar Loaf, 7pm
MoM Music on Market Series ����������������������������� St. John’s Episcopa MONTBK �������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Montgom MSM-DC ����������������������������������������Mount St. Mary College, Desmond NACL ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� NACL The NESIN ������������������������������������������������������������������������Eugene D. Nesin NFL ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� New NOBL ���������������������������������������������������������������������� Noble Coffee Roas
Cabaret-Dinner.......“Songs of Irving Berlin” .................... FP 6pm Music - Vocals.......Hot Flash & The Hormones ........ RUN4, 6pm Music............................Unusual Suspects .................WVET 6:30pm Music.........................Three Hands Clapping.........GAZEBO 6:30pm Music................................... Hey Jude.............................. SLX 6:30pm Poetry.............Ariana Den Bleyker, Robert Phelps.......... NOBL 7pm Music - Classical.....Linda Lane Smith..Hotel Fauchere, Milford, 7pm Theatre - Musical.......“Honky-Tonk Laundry” .................. SHAD 8pm Theatre - Musical.......“Fiddler on the Roof” ......................... FP 8pm Music.................. Andy Stack’s American Soup...............FAL-U 8pm
Music................ Poetry........Ope Art Walk.........Gosh Music - Country-Ro Music.......Dierks Be Music..................... Cinema......Outdoo Theatre - Musical... Theatre - Musical... Music - Fusion........ Music ..................... Cabaret...................
Cabaret-Dinner........ “Songs of Irving Berlin” ........................ FP 6pm Music - Folk-Rock......... E’lissa Jones Trio ...................... RUN4, 6pm Storytelling.........Black Dirt Storytelling Guild.....Florida Library, 6:30pm Music........................Cathy Paty & Company.......... GAZEBO 6:30pm Music..................................Still Surfin’............................ SLX 6:30pm Music - Jazz....NY Swing Exchange... Railroad Green, Warwick, 7pm Poetry.......................Ingeborg.....Elsie’s Luncheonette, Goshen, 7pm Music - Classical.........Argus String Quartet .................. SHAND 8pm Music - Jazz..Karl Latham “Acoustic Unit”.Mulder Chapel, Warwick, 8pm Theatre - Musical.......“Fiddler on the Roof” ......................... FP 8pm Music - Bluegrass-Jazz..Sam Reider & the Human Hands..FAL-U 8pm
Cabaret-Dinner.......“Sail Away” .................................. FP 6pm Music - Irish-American-Folk.......Tim Quinn ..................... RUN4, 6pm Music.........................Swing Shift Orchestra ..............WVET 6:30pm Music.................. Laura Garone & The Wagners.... GAZEBO 6:30pm Music..................Slambovian Circus of Dreams............ SLX 6:30pm Music - Klezmer-Broadway....Chai on Music................... MoM 7:30pm Music - Classical.......... Contista Piano Trio ................... SHAND 8pm Theatre - Musical.............. “Mama Mia!” ................................. FP 8pm Theatre - Play.................. “Bang Bang!” ........................... SHAD 8pm Music - Jazz-Fusion.Thunderhead Organ Trio.Wherehouse,Newburgh,8pm
Music - Funk-Jazz-Rock-Soul......Beyond Jazz...........Warwick Drive-In 8pm Cinema...Warwick Summer Arts Festival of Films..Warwick Drive-In 9pm Music - Jazz-Funk ............. Matt Finck ..................................FAL 8pm
Music.......... Music......Walker Va Music - 60s............. Music..................... Theatre - Musical... Theatre - Musical... Theatre - Play......... Music - Jazz.Jazz B Music...................... Music - Blues.......... Music.................. Sy Cabaret...................
Fair............Lit Music.............. Music - Rock............... Music - Jazz................ Theatre - PlayReading Music - Blues ............. Music.......................... Music - Classical-Pop Music - R&B-Blues..... Theatre - Musical........ Theatre - Musical........ Theatre - Play............. Theatre - Play.......“A Music - Blues-Rock ... Music - Funk............... Comedy...................G Cabaret-Dinner...........
Cabaret-Dinner.................. “Sail Away” .................................. FP 6pm Music................. Dave Milner & Aerial Acoustics... GAZEBO 6:30pm Music................................Rated R Band.......................... SLX 6:30pm Poetry......................... Hudson River Poets.......................... NFL 7pm Theatre - Musical.............. “Mama Mia!” ................................. FP 8pm Theatre - Play.................. “Bang Bang!” ........................... SHAD 8pm Music - Native American.......Tribal Harmony, Magpie.......................FAL 7pm Music - NeoSoul-Jazz.......Natalie Forteza..........................FAL-U 8pm
Cabaret-Dinner.......“Forever Forestburgh” ............... FP 6pm Music............... Platt & McCormack ................WVET 6:30pm Music.......................... The Usual Suspects............. GAZEBO 6:30pm Music....................... Moonshine Creek Band.................. SLX 6:30pm Theatre - Play.................. “Bang Bang!” ........................... SHAD 8pm Theatre - Musical.......“The Last Five Years” ......................... FP 8pm Music - Blues...............Chris O’Leary Band...........................FAL 8pm
Music............. Music - Jazz.. Music - Pop-Rock...... Music...............311 & Music.......................... Cinema...................... Dinner-Theatre.............“ Theatre - Play.......“A Theatre - Musical........ Theatre - Play............. Music - Blues-Rock.... Cabaret-Dinner...........
Music.......Rac Music - Rock.. Poetry......Corinne Au Theatre - Play............. Theatre - Musical........ Music......................... Music - Blues........Car Music - Beatles-Grate Cabaret.......................
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PACEM ������������������������������������������������������������ Pacem In Terris, Warwick PENN ���������������������������������������������������������������Pennings Farm, Warwick PEOPLE ���������������������������������������������������������� People’s Park, Newburgh PHILL ���������������������������������������������������� Phillipsport Community Center RITZ �������������������������������������������������������� Ritz Theatre Lobby, Newburgh RIVPJ ����������������������������������������������������������� Riverside Park, Port Jervis ROCK ��������������������������������������������������� Farmers’ Market Park, Rock Hill
.......... Dug The Band............................PENN 6pm en Mic...Blackfeather Retreat, Westbrookville, 6pm hen Art Walk...Webster’s Park, Goshen, 6pm-9pm ock......Diablo Station ............................FEST 7pm entley w/Brothers Osborne & LANCO... BW 7pm .......Eric Winter Group.....Bullville Town Park, 7pm or Family Movie Night.....Bullville Town Park, 8pm .....“Fiddler on the Roof” ......................... FP 8pm .....“Honky-Tonk Laundry” .................. SHAD 8pm .........Common Tongue.............................FAL 8pm ..... Jamie McLean Band......................FAL-U 8pm .. “Songs of Irving Berlin”.................. FP 10:30pm
........ JP Conques Duo.........................PENN 6pm Valley Marching Band, Okira.......PEOPLE 6:30pm ...............Route 66.................................FEST 7pm Midnight Slim, Laurie Ann .................ALICE 7pm ................ “Oliver”.........................GWLPK 7:30pm .....“Fiddler on the Roof” ......................... FP 8pm .......... “Bang Bang!” ........................... SHAD 8pm Beyond & Gabriele Tranchina Group.WCPA 8pm ............. Slam Allen.............................HEART 8pm .....Duke Robillard Band..........................FAL 8pm ylvia Tyson & Scarlet Rivera .............FAL-U 8pm .. “Songs of Irving Berlin”.................. FP 10:30pm
ttle World’s Fair...Grahamsville Fairgrounds, 9am-10pm ................. Sho-Nuff........................................PENN 6pm ................. The Vibe ....................................RUN4, 6pm ........Rick Altman Quartet....................... UNICO 6:30pm g.“Women on Fire”.Mamakating TownHall, Wurtsboro, 7pm ............. Jeremy Baum.....................................RITZ 7pm .................Mustangs ..................................... ALICE 7pm p......Maybrook Wind Ensemble.........Wallkill Library, 7pm ................The Shallows...................................FEST 7pm . ................. “Oliver”................................GWLPK 7:30pm . ............. “Mama Mia!” ........................................ FP 8pm ............. “Bang Bang!” ..................................SHAD 8pm Delicate Balance”........ Riverview Inn, Matamoras, 8pm ......Jane Lee Hooker Band ............................. FAL 8pm ..... Joe Medwick & Friends ..........................FAL-U 8pm Good Host, Bad Host ...... Milkweed, Sugar Loaf, 8:30pm ...............“Sail Away” .................................. FP 10:30pm
.............. Nailed Shutt.....................................PENN 6pm .................SlideAttact............................ PEOPLE 6:30pm .... Hurley Mountain Highway .........................FEST 7pm The Offspring w/Gym Class Heroes .............. BW 7pm ..................Side F/X ..................................... ALICE 7pm ........Outoor Family Movie Night..................ALICE, 8pm “The Black Nights’ Mystery Dance”......West Point Club, 7pm Delicate Balance”........ Riverview Inn, Matamoras, 8pm . ............. “Mama Mia!” ........................................ FP 8pm ............. “Bang Bang!” ..................................SHAD 8pm ..........Dylan Doyle Band ...............................FAL-U 8pm ...............“Sail Away” ......................................... FP 6pm
chel Berkman & Common Ground................PENN 6pm ...............Tonebenders ....................................FEST 7pm ufiero & Dennis Agostini.....Jones Farm, Cornwall, 7pm ............. “Bang Bang!” ..................................SHAD 8pm . ..... “The Last Five Years” ................................. FP 8pm ......The Fray......Resorts World Catskills, Monticello, 8pm rolyn Wonderland, Baby Gramps ................... FAL 8pm eful Dead......The Reveries ..............................FAL-U 8pm ..... “Forever Forestburgh”......................... FP 10:30pm
RUN4 �����������������������������������������������������������Run For Downtown Park, Middletown SCM ������������������������������������������������������������� Sullivan County Museum, Hurleyville SHAD ����������������������������������������������������������������������Shadowland Stages, Ellenville SHAND ��������������������������������������������Shandelee Music Festival, Livingston Manor SLGMN �������������������������������������������������������������The Seligmann Center, Sugar Loaf THRALL �������������������������������������������������������������������������Thrall Library, Middletown TROPHY ��������������������������������������������������� Trophy Point Amphitheater, West Point
Festival....................Festival of Wood.....Grey Towers, Milford, 10am-5pm Fundraiser.Shakespeare in the Gardens.220 Arcadia Road, Goshen, Noon-4pm Festival......Woodstock Festival.....Palaia Winery, Highland Mills, Noon-10pm Poetry....................Hudson River Poets...Karpeles Museum, Newburgh, 1pm Music - Patriotic....Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra... PEOPLE 2pm Poetry & Art...............Country Voices Poets....River Family Wellness, Callicoon, 5pm Music........................ Hudson Valley Jazz Ensemble................AMITY 7:30pm Recreation................... “Dancing Under the Stars”..............TROPHY 7:30pm Opera-Operetta.......“Cox and Box” & “Trial By Jury”................... TUST 8pm Theatre - Musical..............“Fiddler on the Roof” ................................. FP 8pm Theatre - Musical............ “Honky-Tonk Laundry” ..........................SHAD 8pm Cinema.................Summer Movie Series..Morningside Park, Hurleyville, 8pm Cabaret......................... Michael Ferreri & Friends....................... SHAND 8pm Cabaret.......................... “Songs of Irving Berlin”......................... FP 10:30pm
Music - Jazz..Bill Pernice Group......Moffat Library, Washingtonville, 1pm Theatre - Play............. “Bang Bang!” ...................... SHAD 2pm & 8pm Music - Jazz................Rick Savage Group....................Pine Island Park, 5pm Art Festival.............................. Dusklit 2018........................SLGMN 6pm-10pm Storytelling.........Adam Wade, Ophira Eisenberg, Peter Aguero.....HAC 6:30pm Music.......................... The Clusters All Star Revue ............. PEOPLE 6:30pm Music.Voodoo Threauxdown w/Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue.BW 7pm Music - Jazz.........................Mobius Band........Railroad Green, Warwick, 7pm Music..........Bernard “Pretty” Purdie & Friends, Jack Spann ......... FAL 7pm Theatre - Musical......................... “Oliver”................................GWLPK 7:30pm Music....................................West Point Band.......................TROPHY 7:30pm Theatre - Musical..............“Fiddler on the Roof” ................................. FP 8pm Music - Latin................... Nilko Andreas & LaMar .......................... DCAT 8pm Music - Classical..........Music from Copland House.................... SHAND, 8pm Cinema................................“Wonder”................King St., Middletown, 8:30pm Cabaret.......................... “Songs of Irving Berlin”......................... FP 10:30pm
Fair...........Little World’s Fair...Grahamsville Fairgrounds, 9am-11pm Festival...................Shawangunk Day........Walker Valley, 10am-4pm Music - Folk.......................Simple Gifts Duo.....Grey Towers, Milford, 5:30pm Music....................... Dr. Magkneetoe Medicine Show ............ UNICO 6:30pm Music - Folk..........Christine Laplante, Natasha Althouse & Co.........PHILL 7pm Music - Folk................................Music for Humanity.................NOBL 7:30pm Music - Country..................Benny Havens Band ...................TROPHY 7:30pm Theatre - Musical......................... “Oliver”................................GWLPK 7:30pm Opera........................... “The Magic Flute” Mozart......................... TUST 8pm Music - Classical..........Sara Davis Buechner piano .................... SHAND 8pm Theatre - Musical..................... “Mama Mia!” ........................................ FP 8pm Theatre - Play......................... “Bang Bang!” ..................................SHAD 8pm Theatre - Play..“A Delicate Balance”............. Riverview Inn, Matamoras, 8pm Cinema............Summer Movie Series.......Morningside Park, Hurleyville, 8pm Music - Rock............................ Fred Zepplin....................................FAL-U 8pm Cabaret-Dinner.........................“Sail Away” .................................. FP 10:30pm
Music - Swing-Blues.....Big Joe Fitz & The Lo-Fis................FAL11am Festival............Festival of Wood.....Grey Towers, Milford, 10am-4pm Opera-Operetta.......“Cox and Box” & “Trial By Jury”.......TUST 2pm Theatre - Musical.......“Honky-Tonk Laundry” .................. SHAD 2pm Music.................................. Slam Allen ................................ SCM 2pm Theatre - Musical .......“Fiddler on the Roof”.......................... FP 3pm Music.....The Beach Boys w/The Righteous Brothers .. BW 7:30pm Music - Neo-Jazz...........Theo Croker Quintet .......................FAL 8pm
12 Music - Jazz.......Eric Person Group......Wisner Library, Warwick 2pm Theatre - Play.................. “Bang Bang!” ........................... SHAD 2pm Theatre - Musical.......“Fiddler on the Roof” ......................... FP 3pm Music - Jewish Jazz.................KaN ..............................PEOPLE 4pm Music - Jazz.......Rave Tesar Trio......... Railroad Green, Warwick 5pm Theatre - Musical.................. “Oliver”.........................GWLPK 7:30pm Music...............................Jamie Saft Trio .............................FAL 8pm
Fair...........Little World’s Fair......Grahamsville Fairgrounds, 9am-6pm Music - Swing-Blues.....Big Joe Fitz & The Lo-Fis................FAL11am Opera.....................“The Magic Flute” Mozart...................TUST 2pm Theatre - Play.................. “Bang Bang!” ........................... SHAD 2pm Theatre - Musical.............. “Mama Mia!” ................................. FP 3pm Music.Pine Bush Community Band.Montgomery Senior Center, 3pm Music......................... Indian Music Concert........................ HAC 4pm Music - Klezmer-Folk............ Madarka ............................ UNICO 4pm Music - Jazz....O.A.R. w/Matt Nathanson & The New Respects..... BW 6:30pm
Theatre - Musical.................. “Oliver”.........................GWLPK 7:30pm Music - Blues...........Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts Travel Band ................FAL 8pm
Music - Jazz......... Liberty Jazz Festival..............................LMAC 5pm Music....Maybrook Wind Ensemble....Memorial Park, Maybrook, 5pm Music........................................Swingeroos .......................... PEOPLE 6:30pm Recreation...Salsa Under the Stars..Safe Harbors Green, Newburgh, 7:30pm Opera........................... “The Magic Flute” Mozart......................... TUST 8pm Theatre - Play..........“A Delicate Balance”..... Riverview Inn, Matamoras, 8pm Theatre - Musical..................... “Mama Mia!” ........................................ FP 8pm Theatre - Play......................... “Bang Bang!” ..................................SHAD 8pm Music - Zappa...................Ed Palermo Big Band ............................... FAL 8pm Music - Dylan..........................Gary Solomon .................................FAL-U 8pm Cinema.................Summer Movie Series..Morningside Park, Hurleyville, 8pm Cinema..............................“Jurassic Park”........King St., Middletown, 8:30pm Cabaret-Dinner.........................“Sail Away” .................................. FP 10;30pm
TUST ��������������������������������������������������� Tusten Theatre, Narrowsburg T&V ����������������������������Time and the Valleys Museum, Grahamsville UNICO ������������������������������������������������������������� Unico Park, Newburgh WCC ����������������������������������� Wallkill Community Center, Middletown WCPA �������������������������������� Warwick Center for The Performing Arts WVET ����������������������������������������Veterans Memorial Park, Wurtsboro
Music - Swing +............ ....Saints of Swing..........................FAL 11am Opera.....................“The Magic Flute” Mozart...................TUST 2pm Theatre - Play.................. “Bang Bang!” ........................... SHAD 2pm Theatre - Play.“A Delicate Balance”.Riverview Inn, Matamoras, 2pm Storytelling.Yarnslingers.Bethel Community Center, White Lake, 2pm Theatre - Musical.............. “Mama Mia!” ................................. FP 3pm Music - Jewish-Pop...........Assaf Gleizner Quartet ......PEOPLE 4pm Music - Classical..........Charles Mokotoff guitar............. PACEM 5pm Music - Jazz-Rock....Trio of OZ: Omar Hakim & Rachel Z...FAL 8pm
Music........................ West Point Band............... TROPHY 7:30pm Music..................... Somerville Brothers Band................. DCAT 8pm Theatre - Play.................. “Bang Bang!” ...........................SHAD 8pm Theatre - Play.................. “Bang Bang!” ........................... SHAD 2pm Theatre - Musical.......“The Last Five Years” ......................... FP 8pm Theatre - Musical.......“The Last Five Years” ......................... FP 3pm Comedy............... Steve Martin & Martin Short.................... BW 8pm Cabaret.................... “Forever Forestburgh”.................. FP 10:30pm
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Art exhibits CAS ������������������������������������������������������������Catskill Art Society, CAS Arts Center, Livingston Manor DVAA ����������������������������������������Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, Delaware Arts Center, Narrowsburg MSM-DC �������������������������������������������������������� Mount St. Mary College, Desmond Campus, Balmville SUNYO-KH ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ SUNY Orange Newburgh, Kaplan Hall SUNYO-OH ����������������������������������������������������������������������������SUNY Orange Middletown, Orange Hall WRS ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Wallkill River School, Montgomery
Group Show ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Stray Cat Gallery, Bethel, ongoing Georgia Chambers etchings, paintings ����������������Georgia Chambers Art Gallery, Callicoon, ongoing Catharine De Maio paintings �����������������������������������������������������Rustic Wheelhouse, Chester, ongoing T.A. Clearwater paintings, pastels, prints �������� Clearwater Gallery at Jones Farm, Cornwall, ongoing June Ponte paintings, stained & painted glass �����������������������Poe & Raven Gallery, Milford, ongoing Karen E. Gersch, Gabrielle Dearborn, Josiah Dearborn drawings, paintings, silverwork ��������������� Gersch Home Gallery, Montgomery, by appt, ongoing Carolyn Duke pottery �������������������������������������������������Duke Pottery, Tennanah Lake, Roscoe, ongoing Inscribed Tibetan Prayer Stones �����������������Tibetan & Himalayan Cultural Center, Walden, ongoing Wurtsboro Art Alliance group show ���������������������������� Mamakating Town Hall, Wurtsboro, ongoing Judi Silvano “Paintings of Life and Love”, experimental paintings �����Cornwall Library, thru Jul 31 “Rituals & Identity” group show �������������������������������������� Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, thru Aug 4 Madeline Tully paintings, Claude Larson textile & collage �����ARTery Gallery, Milford, thru Aug 6 Irenaeus Yurchuk mixed media paintings, Sonjie Solomon mixed media ��������������� DVAA thru Aug 11 “Summer” group exhibit ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������WRS thru Aug 14 Yaron Rosner “Field Guide to Soul Carrying Birds” paintings �������������Milkweed Sugar Loaf, thru Aug 19 River Valley Artists Guild Members Exhibit ����Brotherhood Winery, Washingtonville, thru Aug 22 Carol Hepper “The Skin of Things” ��������������������������������������������������������������������������CAS thru Aug 25 Lee Parks “Sullivan Architectural Murals” ������������������ Liberty Museum & Arts Center, thru Aug 25 Bethel Council of the Arts Members’ Art Exhibition ��ARTSPACE, Kauneonga Lake, thru Aug 25 Hemlock Farms Artists group show ����������������Gallery At Chant Realtors, Lords Valley, thru Aug 27 Richard Weber photo collage abstractions �������������Griffith Olivero Realtors, Florida, thru August 29 Richard Rudich “Self and Ceremony: Portraits of a vanished world” �Gallery 222 Hurleyville, thru Aug 30 2nd Mountaindale Biennale: Made in Mountaindale II ���������������������������������������������������������������������� Grocery Store Gallery, Mountaindale, thru Aug 31 “Good Old Summer Time” Crawford Arts Assn. �������Crawford Gov’t Center, Pine Bush, thru Sep 4 Ashlie Blake paintings ����������������������������������������������������������������Caffe a la Mode, Warwick, thru Sep 7 Dennis Fanton paintings ������������������������������������������������������������� Berkshire Bank, Goshen, thru Sep 25 Glenn Zweygardt “Set in Stone: The Sculpture of Glenn Zweygardt” �����Bethel Woods, thru Oct 31 “Doorways to Originality” outdoor art installation ��������������������������������������� Bethel Woods, thru Dec Peter Max “Early Paintings” ��������������������������������������������������� Museum at Bethel Woods, thru Dec 31
NEW ART EXHIBITS
“Capturing the Essence: Portraits of People, Pets and Self” Goshen Art League ���������������������������� Goshen Music Hall, Jul 27-Sep 19 “Hudson River School Classical Landscapes” ������������������������������������������������������������WRS Aug 1-30 “Tasty Palette for the Palate 2018” Goshen Art League �������Noble Coffee Roasters, Campbell Hall, Aug 1-31 Danielle Lafayette paintings ����������������������������������������� Woodbury Library, Highland Mills, Aug 1-31 Annual Parish Art Show adults, teens, children �����������������St. Joseph’s Church, Wurtsboro, Aug 3-6 “Life’s A Beach” Wurtsboro Art Alliance ������������������������John Neilson Gallery, Wurtsboro, Aug 4-26 “All That Jazz” �������������������������������������������������������������������������������Amity Gallery, Warwick, Aug 4-26 “Coney Island in Shohola” group show ����������������������������������������� Artists Market, Shohola, Aug 4-26 Group show painitngs, sculpture, collages, etc. ��������������������Left Bank Gallery, Liberty, Aug 4-Sep 1 “Streams – art in motion” group show ��������������Morgan Outdoors, Livingston Manor, Aug 4-Dec 31 Plein Air Studies WRS members group show ������������������������������������������������������WRS Aug 15-Sep 14 “Abstract: No Boundaries - Visions and the Freedom to Explore” �������SUNYO-OH Aug 17-Oct 8 Malgorzata Latos-Oakes “My Travels from Europe to the United States” ����������������������������������������� etching, aquatint, photolithography SUNYO-KH Aug 22-Oct 9 Catskill’s Craft Artisans, Art Educators Show ������� Liberty Museum & Arts Center, Aug 31-Oct 13 WRS Plein Air Paintout Exhibit ���������������������Sam’s Point Interpretive Center, Cragsmoor, Sep 1-30 Shawn Dell Joyce Retrospective ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������WRS Sep 1-30 Joan Giordano ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������CAS Sep 1-Oct 27
Catharine Bale ����������������������������������������������������� Green Light Gallery, Cornwall-on-Hudson, ongoing “Historic Women of Distinction Exhibit” ������������������������Crawford Library, Monticello, thru Aug 10 Historic and Contemporary photography �������������������� Liberty Museum & Arts Center, thru Aug 26 Richard Weber mystery photo collage abstractions ���Griffith Olivero Realtors, Goshen, thru Aug 29 Dean Goldberg “I Am India! Travels in Agra, Jaipur, and Delhi” & Christopher Neyen ���������������� “Evidential Industrial Mannerisms” CMA Gallery, Mount St. Mary College, Newburgh, thru Sept.
NEW Photography exhibits
John Edward Hartwig “Camera Visions” ����������������Blackfeather Retreat, Westbrookville, Aug 4-26 Noah Kalina “Great Outdoors” ������������������������������������������������ Gallery 222, Hurleyville, Aug 4-Sep 2 “The World War I Home Front - How Newburgh Supported the Colors”. SUNYO-KH Aug 27-Dec 14
ART & Photography receptions
“The Art Of Balance” Karen E. Gersch, curator ��������Howland Cultural Center, Beacon, Jul 29, 3pm-5pm “Tasty Palette for the Palate 2018” Goshen Art League �������Noble Coffee Roasters, Campbell Hall, Aug 1-31 18
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Danielle Lafayette paintings ���������������������������Woodbury Library, Highland Mills, Aug 4, Noon-2pm “Streams – art in motion” group show �������� Morgan Outdoors, Livingston Manor, Aug 4, 1pm-3pm Noah Kalina “Great Outdoors” �����������������������������������������Gallery 222, Hurleyville, Aug 4, 4pm-6pm “Coney Island in Shohola” group show ���������������������������������� Artists Market, Shohola, Aug 4, 4pm-6pm “Hudson River School Classical Landscapes” ����������������������������������������������� WRS Aug 4, 5pm-7pm “All That Jazz” ������������������������������������������������������������������ Amity Gallery, Warwick, Aug 4, 5pm-7pm Annual Parish Art Show raffle drawings & awards ���� St. Joseph’s Church, Wurtsboro, Aug 6, 7pm “Life’s A Beach” Wurtsboro Art Alliance ���������John Neilson Gallery, Wurtsboro, Aug 11, 2pm-4pm “Capturing the Essence: Portraits of People, Pets and Self” ���������Goshen Music Hall, Aug 16, 6pm-8pm WRS Plein Air Paint Out Exhibit ����� Sam’s Point Interpretive Center, Cragsmoor, Sep 1, 2pm-3pm Catskill’s Craft Artisans, Art Educators Show ���� Liberty Museum & Arts Center, Sep 1, 2pm-4pm Shawn Dell Joyce Retrospective ����������������������������������������������������������������������� WRS Sep 8, 5pm-7pm “Abstract: No Boundaires - Visions and the Freedom to Explore” �������SUNYO-OH Sep 7, 7pm-9pm Malgorzata Latos-Oakes “My Travels from Europe to the United States” ����SUNYO-KH Sep 17, 2pm
Schools & Conservatories Budding Artists art exhibit �������������������������������������������������������������Greenwood Lake Library, ongoing Student Art Show ����������������������Mount St. Mary College, Desmond Campus, Balmville, thru Aug 30 Front Porch Summer Arts Exhibit Warwick Summer Arts Festival, youth, teens ���������������������������� Conscious Fork, Warwick, Aug 2, 7pm
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HHNM ���������������������������������� Hudson Highlands Nature Museum, Outdoor Discovery Center, Cornwall HHNM-CoH ������Hudson Highlands Nature Museum, Wildlife Education Center, Cornwall-on-Hudson
Listings not included in our centerspread calendar.
Book Hipsters Book Club teens ���������������������������������������Wisner Library, Warwick, Fridays, 3:30pm Cinema
Teen Movie Night 11-17yrs ���������������������������������������Greenwood Lake Library, Tuesdays, 6pm FREE Teen Movie Matinee �������������������������������������Crawford Library, Monticello, 1st Saturday, 1pm FREE Saturday Family Movie ������������������������������������Crawford Library, Monticello, Saturdays, 1pm FREE Outdoor Family Movie Night �����������������������������������������������������Bullville Town Park, Aug 3, 8pm FREE Outdoor Family Movie Night ��������������������������������������Alice Court Park, Pine Bush, Aug 24, 8pm FREE EntertainmenT & Lectures see also Fairs & Festivals page 16
Storytime 3-5yrs ������������������������������������������������Crawford Library, Monticello, Mondays 10am FREE “Seussical the Musical” ��������������������������������Forestburgh Playhouse, thru Aug 18, Thu. & Sat., 11am Zip Zap Summer Circus Performance �������������������������������������Ritz Theatre, Newburgh, Aug 3, 6pm “Hummingbirds” ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� HHNM Aug 4, 10am Evan Gottfried childred’s songs, 2-10yrs ���������������������������������Newburgh Library, Aug 4, 1pm FREE National Night Out �������������������������������������������� Delaware Youth Center, Callicoon, Aug 7, 5pm-8pm & Brian Ingber Park, So. Fallsburg, Aug 7, 5:30pm-8:30pm Sesame Street Live! “C is for Celebration” �������������������������������Bethel Woods, Aug 18, Noon & 4pm RitzKids Theatre Arts Performance ���������������������������������������Ritz Theatre, Newburgh, Aug 30, 6pm Museums
Meet the Animals “Birds on the Wing” ������������� HHNM-CoH Saturdays & Sundays, 1pm & 2:30pm Hiking Trails ����������������������������������������������������������������������� HHNM Saturdays & Sundays, 10am-4pm Eco-Zone Discovery Room ��������������������������������������������������������������������� PEEC Aug 4 & 18, 1pm-4pm Butterfly Weekend ����������������������������������������������������������������������������HHNM Aug 25 & 26, 11am-3pm
Books: discussions / readings / Signings Book Lover’s Club �����������������������������������������������������������Greenwood Lake Library, 4th Tuesday, 7pm Mystery Thriller & Crime Book Group ������������������ Jeffersonville Library, 2nd Wednesday, 6:30pm Books & Tea ����������������������������������������������������Mamakating Library, Wurtsboro, 4th Wednesday, 4pm Urban Book Club ������������������������� Mulberry House Senior Center, Middletown, 4th Wednesday, 7pm Fiction & Foodies ���������������������������������������������� Mamakating Library, Wurtsboro, 2nd Thursday, 6pm Book Discussion Group �������������������������������������1st Friday, Daniel Pierce Library, Grahamsville, 1pm Book Discussion Group ������������������������������������������������������������ Narrowsburg Library, 3rd Friday, 4pm Marissa Scheinfeld “The Borscht Belt” ����������������������������������������������� Ellenville Library, Aug 2, 6pm
Borscht Belt Talk
The Yarnslingers will sling stories for the Bethel Council on the Arts at the Dr. Duggan Community Center Meeting Room, 3460 Route 55, White Lake, on August 26, at 2:00pm. The theme is Siblings. Writers include Jonathan Charles Fox, Ramona Jan, Kazzrie Jaxen, Isabel Braverman, Stacy Rogers, Bizzy Coy, Paola Tawa, Mark Dunau and Judith Maidenbaum. Call 570-224-7511.
Photographer Marisa Scheinfeld will give a presentation and sign books at the Ellenville Public Library & Museum, 40 Center Street, on August 2 at 6:00pm. The presentation will focus on the borscht belt hotels as they stand today and photographs pulled from Scheinfeld’s book, The Borscht Belt: Revisiting the Remains of America’s Jewish Vacationland. For information, call 845-647-5530.
Lectures - Demos - Talks
“A Delicate Balance” in Matamoras
sponsored by SUNY Orange and Mount St. Mary College’s Desmond Campus MSM-DC ������������������������������������������������������ Mount St. Mary College, Desmond Campus, Newburgh PEEC �����������������������������������������������������Pocono Environmental Education Center, Dingmans Ferry Lectures, Demos, & Talks are FREE unless otherwise noted: (FEE)
lectures - TOURS - Conferences Hurleyville Maker’s Lab TOUR ����������� Hurleyville Makers Lab, Tuesdays, 6pm & Thursdays, 9am “Bach! Handel! True Masters of their Art” Mary Lawrence MSM-DC Jul 30 & Aug 6, 10am FEE “Wild and Edible” Holly Shelowitz ����������������������������������������������������������Chester Library, Jul 30, 6pm “Cold War/Hot War: On Guard!” George Burke ������������������������������MSM-DC Jul 31, 9:30 am FEE “Much That Glitters is Indeed Gold! Art of the Byzantine Empire” Laura Nicholls ���������������������� MSM-DC Aug 1, 10am FEE “Wines That Rock” Jo-Ann DeGaglia ���������������� Josephine-Louise Library, Walden, Aug 1, 6:30pm “The Vietnam Veterans Memorial” Elinor Levy �����������������������������������MSM-DC Aug 2, 10am FEE “Ayurveda Self Care” Ami Jayaprada Hirschstein ��������������������������������MSM-DC Aug 3, 10am FEE “Sterling Forest” Doc Bayne ��������������������������������������������������������������������MSM-DC Aug 4, 10am FEE Guided Nature WALK �������Delaware Highlands Conservancy Woodlands Trail, Bethel, Aug 4, 2pm “Synchronicity: How to Be in the Right Place at the Right Time” Cary Bayer �������������������������������� MSM-DC Aug 6, 10am FEE “Stomach Health” Dr. Richard Huntoon ��������������������������������������������������������� MSM-DC Aug 8, 1pm “The Morris Canal” Bob Barth �������������������������D&H Canal Park, Cuddebackville, Aug 8, 7pm FEE “Basic Stargazing” Giles Reimer �������������������������������������������������������������� MSM-DC Aug 8, 8pm FEE “So Many Books, So Little Time” Joan Monk ���������������������������������������MSM-DC Aug 9, 11am FEE Frog Frolic �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������PEEC Aug 12, 1pm FEE “Mythology” Elinor Levy ������������������������������������������������������������������������MSM-DC Aug 13, 10am FEE Safe Harbors Informational TOUR ���������������������������������� Safe Harbors of the Hudson, Aug 14, 9am “Cyber Security: Let’s Be Careful Out There” Alex Valentin ������������ MSM-DC Aug 14, 1pm FEE The Knights of the Golden Circle in the Hudson Valley” Nathan Rosenblum ���������������������������������� MSM-DC Aug 15, 2pm FEE “Positive Psychology-A Path to Lasting Happiness & Positive Thinking” Diane Lang ������������������� MSM-DC Aug 16, 10:30am FEE Nature at Night WALK ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������PEEC Aug 18, 8pm FEE Edible & Medicinal Plant WALK �����������������������������������������������������������������PEEC Aug 19, 1pm FEE “Peter Gansevoort’s (Not-So) Unusual Regimental Coat” Phil Weaver �������������������������������������������� MSM-DC Aug 20, 1pm FEE “Quality Control of pharmaceuticals and water in Cameroon, Africa” Rolande R. Hodel ������������� Hudson Valley Science Cafe Flaming Grill & Buffet Newburgh, Aug 22, 7:15pm FEE “How Urban Renewal Changed Newburgh” Mary McTamaney ���� MSM-DC Aug 23, 6:30pm FEE “Facts and Figures” Brent Sverdloff ������������������������������������������������������MSM-DC Aug 24, 10am FEE Butterfly WALK David Trently ������������������������������������������������������������������� PEEC Aug 25, 10am FEE 23rd Sullivan County Architectural & History TOUR �������Liberty Museum & Arts Center, Aug 26, 9am 17th Annual Catskill’s History & Preservation CONFERENCE ������������������������������������������������������ Liberty Museum & Arts Center, Aug 26, 1pm-5pm “Love Me, Love My Dog” Joan Monk �������������������������������������������� MSM-DC Aug 27, 10:30am FEE “Cooking by the Book-The Changing Landscape of American Cuisine” Sarah Wassberg Johnson � MSM-DC Aug 27, 1pm FEE “Tuxedo Park Past Law and Disorder” Stuart J. McGregor ��������������� MSM-DC Aug 30, 1pm FEE
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coming for sanctuary to their very best A Delicate Balance, Edward Albee’s friends in the world. Pulitzer Prize winning masterpiece and The fact that they have claimed upcoming production for Side of the a room as their own is a problem in Road Theatre Company, has been itself. Its original occupant, Agnes described as a horror story. and Tobias’s daughter, Julia (Rebecca There are no literal ghosts or monsters. The story, to be directed by the theatre’s Beth Kelley Robbins), turns up, too, returning Artistic Director Beth Kelley, simply forces home at age 36 because her fourth marriage anyone paying attention to acknowledge the is ending. Where, she wants to know, is she paralyzing fear that simmers within every supposed to sleep? Her parents already have a waking second of human life and the awful permanent house guest, Agnes’ wisecracking, fragility of connections. If that terror can alcoholic sister, Claire (Gillian Turner). A Delicate Balance opened on Broadway in break through the privilege of wealthy, welleducated people like Agnes (Evelyn Albino) 1966. CANVAS publisher Barry Plaxen was and her husband, Tobias (Patrick Turner), the Administrative Director, “a fancy name for Assistant to the Company Manager!,” then clearly no one is safe. The event that upsets the couple’s he said. “A 1996 Broadway revival included equilibrium is the unexpected after-dinner Elaine Stritch as Claire, giving the second arrival of Harry (John Klemeyer) and Edna greatest performance I have ever seen on the (Carol MacAdam). All four try to behave as stage,” he added. Side of the Road’s production will be if dropping by without having called is not a faux pas, but that lapse in manners is nothing staged at the Riverview Inn, 402 Shay Lane compared with the reason for it. Harry and Matamoras, from August 17-26. Dinner can be reserved as well. Edna were at home when both were stricken To reserve seats: 845-697-5337. by an unnameable terror, and they have fled,
Artist Talks & DEMOS Yaron Rosner “Field Guide to Soul Carrying Birds” paintings ������Milkweed, Sugar Loaf, Aug 3, 6pm Shawn Dell Joyce “Painting an Acrylic of Sam’s Point” ���������������������������������������������������������������������� Sam’s Point Visitor’s Center, Cragsmoor, Aug 11, 10am-Noon FEE William Landau artist, Catskill Talks series ��������������John Neilson Gallery, Wurtsboro, Aug 18, 5pm Giosue ‘Rino’ Silvestro & Giacomo Palldino “Slow Food Italian Style Cooking Demo” ���������������� Bethel Woods, Aug 22, 6:30pm FEE Christina Pahucki “Hudson River School of Painting” ����������������������������������������������������������������������� Wallkill River School, Montgomery, Aug 25, 6pm
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Student & Faculty Recitals, Monticello The Nesin Cultural Arts (NCA) Summer Music Academy is a week long intensive designed to raise student performance levels while increasing the enjoyment of their personal music making. The Academy provides private lessons, music theory and history/style culture classes, ensemble experiences, and supervised practice. Students perform as soloists and in ensembles alongside the faculty in the culminating recital. The faculty hold degrees from the Juilliard School, Cleveland Institute, Manhattan School of Music, and Purchase College Conservatory. They have diverse backgrounds including regular performances with professional ensembles such as New Haven Symphony, Stamford Symphony, the New York Philharmonic and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra as well as various chamber ensembles and solo recitals. The Academy will present two recitals featuring both students and faculty. The Student Works in Progress Recital is August 23 at 3:30pm at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 15 St. John Street, Monticello. This free concert will feature NCA students performing solo pieces they have been working on throughout the week of lessons,
Vote at Church of St. Joseph Art Show “Our Parish hosts an annual art show here in Wurtsboro every summer. We display art in our parish hall, providing light refreshments, the opportunity to vote for favorite pieces, bid on works, and buy raffles for some artrelated prizes,” says Pastor Peter J. Madori of the Church of St. Joseph, 180 Sullivan Street in Wurtsboro. Open to children, teens and adults, this year’s exhibit runs from August 3-6. The Ave Maria Guild members host each day
NCA’s Vice President & faculty member Jessica Nesin instructs NCA students in Group Piano Theory.
coachings and supervised practice sessions. A culminating Faculty and Student Recital will be presented the following evening, August 24 at 6:30pm at the Eugene D. Nesin Theatre, 22 St. John Street, Monticello. This performance will include faculty, student ensemble, and faculty/student side-by-side performances. Tickets are a $10 suggested donation at the door. Students are always free. NCA Fall registration for art, chorus, dance and aspiring young musicians (instrumental lessons) will begin August 25. Visit www.nesinculturalarts.org or call 845-798-9006 for more information.
A Nature Walk on Pristine Sullivan Land The Delaware Highlands Conservancy works in partnership with landowners and communities to protect the natural heritage and quality of life of the Upper Delaware River region. Learn about what you see and hear as you enjoy a peaceful walk on an easy nature trail when the Delaware Highlands Conservancy leads a free guided Nature Walk on August 4 from 2:00pm4:00pm. The Nature Walk will be held on the Conservancy’s woodland trail located within
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of the exhibit and supervise all aspects of the show. Adult prizes are awarded in the following categories: oil, watercolor, sketch, photography, or other media. Three equal prizes will be awarded for the childrens’ and teens’ artworks with no distinction in category. All children will receive a small gift for participating. Winners are chosen by vote of those attending the exhibit over the three days. For more info: 845-888-4522. its Bethel property - 119 acres of conserved farm and forestland in Sullivan County. The location of the Nature Walk is 120 Segar Rosenburg Road, Swan Lake. Be sure to dress for the weather, bring water, and wear appropriate footwear for a hike! Open to the public, advance registration is requested. For information, including weather-related cancellations, call 570-2263164, 845-583-1010, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Oscar Winners Abound at MSM-DC For August, Mount Couple. St. Mary College’s See this powerhouse Desmond Campus pair of perfectionist film curator George performers on August Burke has scheduled 14 at 9:30am. two movies that abound After careers with Oscar winners that included great giving performances performances in that abound with depth, Pygmalion (1938), cleverness, humor, Major Barbara (1941), pathos, classical and Outcast of the Islands The Odd Couple, 1968 comedic acting from (1952) and Something masters of the genres. Of Value (1957) - and Jack Lemmon won supporting roles in his first Oscar in 1955 Mutiny on the Bounty for Mr. Roberts and his (1935), The Charge second in 1973 for Save of the Light Brigade the Tiger. Many will say (1936), Wuthering his greatest performance Heights (1939) and The was his brilliant (read: Bishop’s Wife (1947) unsurpassable) Oscar- Wendy Hiller and Separate Tables, 1958 losing comedic acting in 1959’s Some Like David Niven finally won Oscars for their it Hot. Lemmon will be seen in 1968’s The roles in 1958’s Separate Tables which will be Odd Couple, along with 1967 Oscar winner shown on August 28 at 9:30am. (for The Fortune Cookie) Walter Matthau. The Desmond Campus, which abounds These two actors have won numerous awards with Adult Enrichment courses, lectures and for both their awardwinning and awardlosing entertainment, is located at 6 Albany Post roles from film award-givers other than Road, in the Balmville section of the Town of the Oscars, including awards for The Odd Newburgh. To register: 845-565-2076.
Wellness Modalities: CranioSacral Therapy by Derek Leet CranioSacral therapy (CST) was developed by John Upledger, D.O. in the 1970s as cranial osteopathy which was developed by William Garner Sutherland. Cranial osteopathy, a forerunner of CST, was originated by Sutherland (1873–1954) in 1898–1900. While looking at a disarticulated skull, he was struck by the idea that the cranial sutures of the temporal bones where they meet the parietal bones were “beveled, like the gills of a fish, indicating articular mobility for a respiratory mechanism.” According to the Upledger Institute, “CranioSacral therapy is a very gentle technique to help detect and correct imbalances that may cause sensory, motor or neurological dysfunction. The conditions that respond well to CranioSacral therapy include headaches, migraines, TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome), fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, chronic neck and back pain, and motor coordination impairment. “Practitioners of both cranial osteopathy and CST assert that there are small, rhythmic motions of the cranial bones attributed to cerebrospinal fluid pressure or arterial pressure.
The premise of CST is that palpation of the cranium can be used to detect this rhythmic movement of the cranial bones and selective pressures may be used to manipulate the cranial bones to achieve a therapeutic result. The degree of mobility and compliance of the cranial bones is considered controversial and is an important concept in craniosacral therapy. “Every day your body endures stresses and strains that it must work to compensate for. Unfortunately, these changes often cause body tissues to tighten and distort the craniosacral system. These distortions can then cause tension to form around the brain and spinal cord resulting in restrictions. This can create a barrier to the healthy performance of the central nervous system, and potentially every other system it interacts with. Fortunately, such restrictions can be detected and corrected using simple methods of touch.” Rock Tavern Innervision Wellness practitioner Debra Sheafe (see ad page 4) says, “I like to use Cranial Sacral combined with other modalities such as reflexolgy for TMJ, migraines, unwinding, and balancing out the body. I usually incorporate it into every session along with acupressure points...the body rhythm can always use balancing.”
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Wallkill River School Celebrates the Hudson River School & Sam’s Point Preserve HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL SHOW The outdoor painting season is in full swing, and the Wallkill River School (WRS) is excited to show a collection of Hudson River School style paintings! For years, the WRS artists have been painting in farm fields, open spaces and historic sites throughout Orange County in an attempt to capture the beauty of our region. This outdoor painting practice was inspired by the first American art movement: the Hudson River School artists. The Hudson River School was a term coined in the early 1800s to describe the romantic and luminous landscape paintings of the newly discovered Americas. These paintings gave the world their first glimpse into the Americas, and have left a huge mark on the world of art. The paintings reflected three themes of 19th century America: discovery, exploration, and settlement. The paintings also depict the American landscape as a large, luminous setting where human beings and nature coexist peacefully. Hudson River School landscapes are characterized by their realistic, detailed, and sometimes idealized scenes of the new world, often showing peaceful farms alongside the remaining wilderness, which were quickly vanishing from the Hudson Valley as more
“Spring Morning” by Mike Jaroszko
settlers came to the new world. For the WRS, an organization with deep connections to environmental sustainability and classical art, the Hudson River School naturally became a huge inspiration. This show will be juried by awardwinning oil painter Mike Jaroszko. A WRS represented artist, Jaroszko has always held high respect for the Hudson River School. With much of his work being done in the Hudson River School style, he was the perfect choice to jury this show! A Montgomery resident, Jaroszko was born in Canada, and studied art at the Canterbury College of Art in England. In terms of his fine art, he is inspired to portray the local hills and rivers with the nostalgic atmosphere of a Hudson River School artist.
With intense light and color, he conveys the tranquility and beauty of nature. This juried show of classical landscape works will be held in honor of the Hudson River School. The show, running the entire month of August, will hold an opening reception, complete with refreshments, on August 4 from 5:00pm-7:00pm. Awards for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and honorable mentions will be given at the opening reception for this show. There will also be an Artists Talk by juror Christina Pahucki; and a presentation about the Hudson River School and its legacy at the closing event on August 25 at 6:00pm. And, while at the WRS, be sure to check out Summer, drawings and paintings in various media that showcase the season in the WRS Hallway Gallery thru August 14, followed by plein air studies, small en plein air paintings under 10” inches running from August 15-September 14. SAM’S POINT PAINTING PARTY Sam’s Point Preserve is hosting a painting party to show off the new gallery in the visitor’s center. The public is invited to Sam’s Point on August 11 from 10:00amNoon (Rain date: August 18) for a fun demonstration of painting!
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Join artist and WRS founder Shawn Dell Joyce as she leads you stepby-step through painting a 12x16 acrylic of the view from Sam’s Point Overlook with a sponge and a palette knife. “Sam’s Point” by Shawn Dell Shawn Dell Joyce. Joyce has won Paint the above acrylic many prestigious artwork at Sam’s Point! awards for art and environmental activism. She has been featured in many national newspapers and magazines, and has participated in many national level plein air festivals and IPAP international. A $10 per vehicle parking fee in addition to the $10 art program fee gets you access to the park, 400 Sam’s Point Road, Cragsmoor, all day, so be sure to take advantage of the park after the art program and hike the many trails, visit the waterfall, and explore the ice caves! Keep your costs down and protect the environment by carpooling! To register: call/text 845-728-4001.
4th Annual “Grateful We’re Not Dead” Come join the fundraising efforts for a night of Tunes among the Tombs! The 4th annual Grateful We’re Not Dead concert in Poplar Grove Cemetery takes place on August 4 at 5:00pm. Bring lawn chairs and flashlights! Food and beverages will be available for purchase.
Bands performing tunes among the tombs will be the Kurt Henry Band, Breakneck Annie, Barbara Dempsey & Co., Jeff Entin and others. Poplar Grove Cemetery is located at 180 Phillipsport Road, Phillipsport. Suggested donation $5. For info: www.poplargrovecemetery.org
1st Annual Cornwall Sidewalk Showcase The Shops at 277 Main Street, Cornwall, will be hosting their first Sidewalk Showcase, an outdoor art exhibition, on August 4 from Noon-4:00pm (rain date: August 11). The event was organized by Jay LeRoy Art & Design. Enjoy a summer afternoon of creativity and art where local artists such as Kayla Corona, Saeed Ali, Abi Moore, Luann Richards, Peter Kopher, Ryan Fulton, Jenna Tompkins, Devon Norris, Carol Mindnich, and Jay LeRoy will be exhibiting their work. There will be live music and art provided by John & Jackie Gioia. Other activities will include: leather
working with Eric Noll, live painting by Matt Soltis, and live illustration by Michael Oppenheimer. There will also be a book signing with author Eve Goldstein for the debut of her two illustrated books Charles, The Amazing Acorn and Special You! CreativesMX, the creative economy ignitor, will be hosting an activation booth that will feature programming from artists such as CreativesMX Captivator, Noah Roberts, the apocalyptic poet. Visitors will explore, master, promote, and present in their creative economy, as well as patronize local businesses. Visit www.jayleroy.com/showcase
Sarod & Tabla Indian Music in Hurleyville The sarod is a stringed instrument known for a deep, weighty, introspective sound, that gives it a resonant, reverberant quality. Along with the sitar, it is among the most popular and prominent instruments used mainly in Hindustani music. Sougata Roy Chowdhury is considered to be among the most talented sarod players of his generation. Born into an artistic Bengali family, Sougata grew up in Shanti Niketan, an arts colony in West Bengal, India. Sougata (pronounced Shoogato) has been thrilling audiences in India, Europe, and the U.S. for the last fifteen years. He has earned a sterling reputation as a master of Raga, the melodic system of Indian music, and Tala, the rhythmic aspect of Indian music. The tabla is a membranophone percussion instrument originating from India. A particularly important instrument in Hindustani classical music since the 18th century, the name tabla likely comes from tabl, the Persian and Arabic word for drum. Ray Spiegel began playing tabla at the age of thirteen after learning western music on clarinet and piano at the age of six. He studied under prominent tabla master
Shankar Ghosh when he was sixteen years old. Ray continued his studies in New Delhi, after touring major cities in India with the East-West Chamber Ensemble as a tabla player. After returning to the U.S., Ray continued his studies with the great maestro of tabla, Ustad Alla Rakha for 25 years. Ray has recorded numerous projects with his band, the Ray Spiegel Ensemble as well as recordings with the Grateful Dead, Patty Smythe, and Paul Winter among others. Ray also has recorded many Indian classical albums with various artists, and has done movie and television soundtracks in his storied career. Let the sarod and tabla serenade you when Sougata and Ray perform at the Hurleyville Arts Center, 12 Railroad Avenue, on August 19 at 4:00pm. Blankets and cushions will be provided for floor seating or reclining. Bring your own flap back chairs or cushions if you have them. Chairs will be provided for those who prefer. For tickets: 845-707-8047. See ad on pg. 8 for more details!
Celebrating The Watershed with Art An exciting new exhibition: Streams - art in motion opens at Morgan Outdoors in Livingston Manor highlighting the many wonders of the upper Delaware River watershed. An 8 x 8-foot mural by local artist Robyn Almquist illustrates the Delaware River’s journey from the headwaters to the Atlantic Ocean, highlighting two key tributaries in Livingston Manor’s backyard, Willowemoc Creek and the Beaverkill. The mural uses visual art as a means “River Lichen III”, sculpture by Naomi Teppich to create awareness of the watershed. It is also interactive, making it fun and useful but lots of fun! Several public presentations are also memorable for all ages! Stunning works by local sculptor Naomi planned featuring treasures of the headwaters, Teppich will bring the biota of the river the walks and writings of John Burroughs, and tributaries into the exhibition room. artists who fished the Catskills, and a look at Organic wood slabs with mounted ceramic a special First-growth Forest. The opening reception is on August 4, lichen pieces will hang above cast cement mushrooms installed along the floor. Naomi from 1:00pm-3:00pm. A full calendar will also lead two outings along tributaries of events and an exhibition poster will be in the Livingston Manor area and discuss her available during the reception at Morgan inspiration from the natural beauty of these Outdoors, 46 Main Street, Livingston Manor. The exhibit runs August 4-December 31. environments to create her sculpture. This project is made possible in part Two Local Topography workshops are planned during the exhibition, one for with funding from a Sullivan County Arts children and one for adults. They will and Heritage grant, funded by the Sullivan combine outdoor and indoor activities to County Legislature and administered by the teach the basics of topography and map- Delaware Valley Arts Alliance. www.morgan-outdoors.com reading. This lost art is not only tremendously August 2018
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Blackfeather Retreat, Westbrookville An idyllic day in the country with plein air painting, sketching, figure drawing, good food, artists, and figure models. It may be one of the best days of your life! Come to the Blackfeather Retreat Artists’ and Writers’ Colony in beautiful Westbrookville and spend a day with artists and art lovers. Experience the pastoral pleasure of clean fresh air, private meadows, woods, streams, springs, ponds, gardens, stone walls, old barns, country roads and the delightful company of others, like yourself, who enjoy sketching, the human form, art, reading, listening and writing. A wonderful day of many different types of activities is planned on August 18 from 10:00am-5:00pm. Awaken your senses with a delicious brunch and begin a continuous series of figure model sessions, lasting until late afternoon. This event is rain or shine. The large Studio Barn (an 18th century structure) will provide the work space and stage if it rains.
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Otherwise, there will be ample seating on chairs and tables in the meadow or, if you prefer, spread a blanket on the lawn or wander the grounds at will all day. Aside from the scheduled program of figure models, brunch, dessert, and performances, there will be music, poetry readings, maps, and a friendly staff to help you enjoy the day. Attendees will be admitted FREE to the Cabaret Evening in the Retreat’s Café Absinthe. Be delighted and step back in time to a Parisian Café! Despite the beauty of the surroundings, this is an adult program and we do not recommend that you bring children. Blackfeather will be exhibiting a new ground sculpture entitled Tesseract at DUSKLIT 2018 (see pg. 30) in Sugar Loaf on August 11 from 6:00pm-10:00pm. The Black Feather Retreat is located at 1833 Route 209, Westbrookville. Visit www.spiritcrow.com or call 973614-9101 or 845-707-2818 for information.
Visually Reassessing A Matter of Course “VISUAL REASSESSMENTS”
“MATTER OF COURSE”
“Spaces Fill” diptych by S. Feliciano Solomon
After spending over 50 years as a photographer, Irenaeus Yurchuk has amassed thousands of images that have become the inspiration of his new mixed media work. “My work has evolved to combine multiple image photography with drawing and painting, using a variety of digital editing and physical montage techniques. This includes adjusting inkjet images by applying acrylics, watercolors, pastels, markers, colored pencils together with selected collage materials,” says Yurchuk. “I have a special interest in characterizing buildings, which reflects my background in architecture and urban design. Works in this show include images of distinctive edifices, abstractions of topographic components, and some observations of the natural environment in the Narrowsburg area, where I have spent more than 40 summers.”
How do we express the ephemeral and emotional through solid materials and physical matter? This is the question at the core of Sonjie Feliciano Solomon’s paintings and sculptures, which are created when fundamental materials meet calculated design techniques. Conceits such as sorrow, doubt, and passion are evoked through materials such as wood, water, fabric, and thread. “I am trying to shape my intangible emotional and intellectual experiences into material form, sometimes processing a life milestone such as the loss of a loved one or the calm after a crisis, sometimes simply seeking the feeling of peace that eternally just evades us,” Solomon says. “While these are imprints of my own personal experiences, they speak of the universal human condition to the viewer through a playful engagement and parry of material and meaning.” Both shows can be viewed at the Delaware Arts Center, 37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, through August 11. For more information, call 845-252-7576.
RVAG Exhibits at Brotherhood Winery
Stone Carving Lessons for Kids
The River Valley Artists Rena Hottinger explains Guild (RVAG) is an that creating art is a “virtue accomplished professional of wholesomeness, an group of more than 50 exploration of truth, and artists who show extensively contributes to a meaningful throughout the region of life that benefits all.” Port Jervis and beyond. The Joan Kehlenbeck, RVAG RVAG will be holding its president, is a painter and annual Member’s Exhibit at pastelist who includes local the Brotherhood Winery in historic buildings and scenes Washingtonville. Stop by to “Tranquility” by D. Cooney in her work. Her work is view work by RVAG members included in many public first hand! The show highlights and private collections. Joan oil and acrylic paintings and was the winner of the 2016 pastels and prints created by Individual Artist Award, given talented local fine artists. by the Orange County Arts At the time of press, artists Council. include: Susan Miiller creates Daniela Cooney, whose vibrant oil paintings, and love of animals and natural has exhibited extensively landscapes is prevalent in her in museums and galleries vibrant and colorful paintings. throughout the U.S. Susan has Judith Cramer, who states, received numerous awards “I work in acrylics, pastel and and grants. pencil and my style ranges “Cup of Joy” by R. Hottinger The exhibit, free and open from impressionism to abstract.” to the public, will be on view through Lauryn de Leeuw says of her acrylic August 22 at the Brotherhood Winery’s paintings, “Art, like love, cannot be defined, Tasting Room, 100 Brotherhood Plaza it comes from a passion within.” Drive, Washingtonville. Debbie Gioello incorporates the Visit the RVAG website for more info: juxtaposition of realism and impressionism RiverValleyArtistsGuildOfPortJervis.com in her dimensional paintings. or www.brotherhood-winery.com
Daniel Grant’s sculpture is magnificent as he creates large and small pieces in marble, alabaster, wood, bronze, and ceramic. His contemporary art furniture, made in partnership with his wife, Ingela Noren, demonstrates unique design and artistic craftsmanship. A California native and graduate of Sonoma State College with a BA in Philosophy and Psychology, he went to Italy to study
Amity Salutes HV Jazz Fest with Show
Art in Highland Mills
The Amity Gallery salutes Paris jazz scene are historical the Hudson Valley Jazz Festival treasures. He is the son of with an exhibition entitled, All ‘Mezz’ Mezzrow who was part That Jazz. The show includes of the jazz scene in Chicago, paintings and photographs by New York and Paris in the local artists whose works pay 1940’s and 50’s. Spending time tribute to some of the great jazz with his father gave Mesirow musicians of our time. access to jazz sessions where Born in Los Angeles, Ron Gee the great players interacted and studied art history and studio made recordings that are still art at Princeton University. loved today. His photographs Drawing from Eastern and are informal, spontaneous, and Western sources, he often “Parker’s Mood” by Ron Gee insightful. merges vocabularies that refer Gwen Schaffer is a jazz to both traditions. He derives aficionado and artist. She is inspiration from the past and known for putting down “Jazz” the present, from his immediate as her religion when filling out natural surroundings as well paperwork! She studied art at as from his study of ancient Montclair State College. Her Chinese philosophy and the works express her admiration practice of qigong. His portraits for famous players of the past. in this exhibit combine classical The reception for All That technique with expressionist Jazz will be held on August exuberance. 4 from 5:00pm-7:00pm and Ian Sharp (1978-2012) was will be followed by a concert a local artist, musician, poet and “Miles Davis” by Ian Sharp at 7:30pm by a Hudson Valley skateboarder. A dynamic creative, he used his Jazz Festival ensemble (see pg. 10) at Amity artistic impulses to paint subjects that were Gallery, 110 Newport Bridge Road, Warwick. close to his heart: spiritual and political icons Suggested concert donation: $15. The exhibit as well as jazz masters. runs weekends through August 26. Milton Mesirow’s photographs of the For further info: 845-258-0818.
Danielle Lafayette spent the early part of her career teaching art and providing art therapy. She now teaches private art lessons and workshops, and continues to develop her own work. “There are so few moments “Misty Morning” in our busy lives by D. Lafayette that we can find serenity, peace and moments of reflection. For me lately, it is as I observe the ever changing colors, light and seasons in nature. I am struck by the beauty that surrounds us daily,” says Danielle. Danielle is the featured artist for the month of August at the Highland Mills Library, displaying her works in oil. “These paintings are moments in nature suspended. A suspended, reflective moment in time. These paintings are an exploration of moments captured in nature that put me in wonder, awe and peace.” Meet the artist at the reception on August 4, from Noon-2:00pm at the Highland Mills Library, 16 Route 105. For information: 845-928-6162.
firsthand sculpting in stone. He has lived in Westtown for 30 years and has traveled and hiked within its bounds as well as many areas of the northeast. Daniel, who loves teaching children to sculpt, will offer a stone carving workshop for kids from August 6-9, 10:00am-1:00pm at his Westtown Studio, 8 Ridge Road. For info: 845-458-6501. See ad pg. 11.
Diverse Display in Liberty’s Left Bank Housed in the old bank woodworks. Now showing building, a historic 1800’s new work every month, three structure on the corner of days a week, the Left Bank is North Main and School Street, presenting its second show of Liberty, the name Left Bank the year. is a callback to the Left Bank Running August 4 through of Paris, France - once home September 1, the exhibit to great playwrights, authors, includes sculpture by Nancy painters and composers, as Lew Lee, paintings by well as a play on words, as Richard Kreznar, Kathe the massive vault from the Frantz and Charles Farless, three-dimensional works by building’s time as a bank still dominates the rear wall of the “Break Time” by Lori Horowitz Naomi Teppich, and collages by Vivian Pantoja. main floor. The Left Bank is located at 59 North Main The Left Bank in Liberty, is a gallery with space large enough for six-foot tall Street, Liberty. For more information, call oil paintings and sculptures to large scale Kristopher Neidecker at 845-866-6000.
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Shadowland: “A Hilarious Tale of Passion” Shadowland Stages will anchor its summer with the American premiere of a new play, Bang Bang!, by comic actor John Cleese of Monty Python fame. Saucy secrets unravel in this Jane Blass R. A. Jones hilarious tale of passion among the Julia Register Ed Rosini French upper class, an adaptation of the Georges Feydeau farce Monsieur Chasse! The opportunity to help develop this new work represents a major landmark for Shadowland, confirming their Sean Astin K. McAfferty S. Shepherd Paul Murphy position as one of the country’s upand-coming theatre-makers and a place for sitcom Fawlty Towers, with Cleese receiving the BAFTA artists to share and refine new plays. Best Entertainment Georges Feydeau (1862-1921) was a French for playwright of the era known as the Belle Performance. Cleese also The Secret Époque. Though critics at his time dismissed co-founded Feydeau’s works as light entertainment, he is Policeman’s Ball benefit to Dakota Rose now recognized as one of the great French raise funds for human rights playwrights of his era. His plays are seen organization, Amnesty International. Directed by James Glossman, the cast today as precursors of Surrealist and Dada theatre, and the Theatre of the Absurd. They includes Julia Register, Ed Rosini, Jane have been revived and are still performed Blass, Robert Anthony Jones, Sean Astin, today, 17 of them having been performed on Kathy McCafferty, Scott Shepherd, Paul Murphy and Dakota Rose. Broadway between 1895 and 1992. The play runs August 10-September 9 In the late 60s, John Cleese co-founded Monty Python, the comedy troupe responsible at Shadowland Stages, 157 Canal Street for Monty Python’s Flying Circus and the Ellenville. Box office: 845-647-5511. P.S.: There’s still some time to catch Honky famous films. Cleese and his first wife, Connie Booth, co-wrote and starred in the British Tonk Laundry, running through August 5.
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Mokotoff Plucks at Pacem Classical guitarist and former Middletown resident Charles Mokotoff holds both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in guitar performance from Syracuse University and Ithaca College, respectively. He has served on the faculties of numerous colleges and universities in the New York and New England area as a lecturer in classical guitar and lute. Prior to settling in the Washington, DC area in 1991, Mokotoff made his home in New England where he was widely recognized as an active guitarist and Renaissance lute player during the 1980s. During that period his career culminated with two Far East tours and a well-received NYC debut in Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall in 1987, featuring the premiere of Autumn Elegy by William Coble, written and dedicated to him. In May, 2009 he performed a solo concert for the Grand Montgomery Chamber Music Series and this is his first “reappearance” in the area since that full-house concert. Mokotoff has been hard of hearing for a good deal of his life and is an outspoken proponent of “making music with hearing loss”. He is a member of the Association of Adult Musicians with Hearing Loss. Growing up in Middletown, his mother, Gertrude Mokotoff, is a former mayor of the city. “I started like everyone else, playing
guitar in a rock band at around 13 or 14.” He began to experience hearing loss at 15, but says, “I just put some blinders on, and ignored the apparent futility of it and kept at it.” He kept playing right up through college and at 17 when he met someone playing classical guitar, it changed his whole focus. “I was totally awed by it. I picked up a classical guitar somewhere, and just kept on plugging,” said Charles. “One of the good things about getting older is the ability to interpret music naturally.” Mokotoff also serves on the board of Chester-based Music for Humanity and is essential to the yearly selecting of the group’s scholarship winners. Get strung up on Mokotoff when he strums, plucks and entertains at Pacem in Terris, 96 Covered Bridge Road, Warwick, on August 26 at 5:00pm. Arrive early and visit the museum. Visit: www.frederickfranck.org
Music on Market: Chai on Music The Chai on Music trio was created for the May 2013 edition of Jewish Heritage Month. The original trio of vocalists Richie Chiger and Lori Schneider plus pianist Leon Hilfstein expanded to a quartet including Larry Ravdin on reeds, then expanded to a quintet including violist Anastasia Solberg. Chai on Music focuses on R. Chiger, L. Schneider, L. Ravdin, A. Solberg, & L. Hilfstein the Yiddishkeit of late 19th century mass worked with various cabaret productions and Jewish immigration, the emigration of Jewish as an accompanist for numerous All-County music from the Lower East Side uptown and NYSSMA choral groups. to Tin Pan Alley and the Golden Age of Renowned saxophonist Larry Ravdin spent American Song, then up again to Broadway 30 years playing with the Concord Orchestra. and Hollywood musicals, plus the Israeli folk He has accompanied such greats as Sammy music of the first half of the 20th century. Davis, Jr., Rita Moreno, and Chita Rivera. Ellenville resident Richie Chiger studied at After teaching violin and viola at various SUNY New Paltz and is the president of the institutions, Anastasia Solberg founded her Catskill Exotic Bird Club. music school Music Institute of Sullivan A playwright, director, and actress, and Ulster (MISU) in 2001. She has been Lori Schneider has been involved in local the violist for the American Festival of community theatre for three decades. She Microtonal Music since 1996. has been performing to acclaim since April in Chai on Music performs on August 16 Every Brilliant Thing, a fundraiser for NAMI at 7:30pm for the Music on Market series Sullivan (next on July 29 at 2:00pm at the in the beautiful upside-down ark-like St. Sullivan County Museum in Hurleyville). John’s Episcopal Church, 40 Market Street, A music director for the Sullivan County Ellenville. Tickets at the door. Dramatic Workshop, Leon Hilfstein has See ad on page 4 for more information.
The 14th Annual Liberty Jazz Fest! As a freelancing violinist and violist, Jon Kass has been active in a wide range of musical genres, including traditional jazz, Broadway, as well as symphonic and chamber music. He has appeared with diverse performers from Frank Sinatra to Joe Lovano, Placido Domingo to Ella Fitzgerald. Jon continues to find increasing fulfillment from giving private instruction to young musicians. Trumpeter Chris Pasin’s career goes from his study at New England Conservatory, to touring with a variety of artists, to the upper Hudson Valley music scene. He’s performed at Carnegie Hall, Apollo Theater, Royal Albert Hall, Village Vanguard, Ronnie Scott’s, and the Blue Note, among others, and performed with Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Mel Torme, Sarah Vaughn, Nancy Wilson, and Ray Charles. The Inner Urge Trio is Steve Carlin on guitar, Tony DeCicco on bass and saxophonist Sam Morrison. Steve Carlin is a composer and guitarist. He has worked with orchestras, quartets, trios, duos and as a soloist. The former host of Rhythm Changes on WJFF, Steve studied guitar with Mike Santiago, John Scofield and 20th century music with musicologist Ralph Blauvelt. Bassist and Liberty resident Tony DeCicco has been playing jazz in the Catskills and traveling the world for over 35 years. He
Jon Kass, violin, viola
Chris Pasin, trumpet
Tony DeCicco, bass
Sam Morrison, sax
has worked with Enja Records, Unseen Rain Records, and Red Royal Records. Sam Morrison is a jazz saxophone and flute player/composer whose credits include being a member of the Miles Davis Band. His performance with Miles at the Newport Jazz Festival, Avery Fisher Hall, was favorably reviewed in the New York Times and the concert recording was released on the Jazz Masters CD label. See and hear all of the above artists and others TBA when they perform for the 14th annual Liberty Jazz Festival at the Liberty Museum & Art Center, 46 South Main Street, Liberty, on August 25 at 5:00pm. For more information, see ad on pg. 11.
The Middletown Men Of Note tion Atten alley V n o Huds gers! n i S e Mal Barbershop Singing Group seeks new members from the Hudson Valley! The Middletown Men of Note announces an open invitation to all men interested in singing 4-part harmony, “a capella”. Sit-in and sing-along! Rehearsals take place every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. at Promenade Senior Care Facility, 70 Fulton Street at Academy Avenue, Middletown. Contact Stan Spencer (355-1678) Fred Cosh (344-5530) or Jack Austin (649-8720)
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Hot Fun in The Summertime! The dog days of August Wurtsboro, is titled Life’s lead many of us to water, A Beach. Running from some to a beach next to August 4-26, the opening a crowded boardwalk or reception is on August 11 miles of deserted sands from 2:00pm-4:00pm. and dunes, some to a lake The WAA will be offering shore or dock. The unseen three classes this August. subject of Wurtsboro Art Pre-registration is required; Alliance (WAA) member all supplies are provided for Pamela Mather-Cathy’s all three classes. photograph Gone Swimming Drawing in Perspective has kicked off her shoes and Jim Scott will help you socks, tossed her cover-up understand the theory of hastily on the bench, and perspective and how to is now floating in the clear create a drawing with depth “Gone Swimming” by P. Mather-Cathy of field in this FREE class blue water of a lake. Growing up on the family homestead in on August 18 at 9:30am. Open to ages 18+, Orange County, Pamela spent her summers the class is limited to eight attendees. swimming in their pond or at Yankee Lake, Origami & Calligraphy writing plays, taking photos and painting. A Create an Origami lotus bookmark and retired elementary teacher, she took a course learn up to three calligraphy characters in this in 2008 based on The Artist’s Way by Julia FREE class on August 23 at 3:30pm. Open Cameron that led to her artistic adventure. to ages 6+, the class is limited to six attendees. Self-taught, Pamela loves the immediate *Adult must be in attendance with a minor.* gratification of photography, but also enjoys Metalsmith Jewelry watercolor, poetry, mixed media and adult Sue Petry will teach attendees how to form finger painting. She has also studied with a and hammer wire to create earrings, a pin or master of Ikebana, the art form of Japanese pendant, on August 25 at 9:00am. $35 fee floral arrangement, and has had several includes all materials. Open to ages 18+, the showings of her arrangements. class is limited to six attendees. The WAA’s August members’ exhibit at Visit www.waagallery.org or refer to the John Neilson Gallery, 73 Sullivan Street, WAA ad on this page for more information.
The World War I Home Front, Newburgh A hundred years has According to passed since World War Newburgh City Historian I. So many wars and Mary McTamaney, conflicts have been fought “In addition to raising and continue to be during millions in war bond that timeframe that much campaigns, Newburghers of the war efforts, both manned canteens that the fighting by soldiers served the hundreds and the massive support of troop trains passing by citizens on stateside, “Line of Communication Canteen” (1919) through on the West have been tucked away in Shore Railroad. They by Cameron Burnside scrapbooks and closets. But efforts are being knitted thousands of socks and sweaters and made to open the books and storage areas scarves and sent care packages to soldiers on especially with the centennial of the battles the front. Churches and clubs hosted dinners to break the Hindenburg Line (September for soldiers who, on their way to Europe, 29) and Armistice (November 11) quickly stayed overnight at the YMCA and YWCA. approaching. The city’s small Red Cross chapter grew to Photographs depicting these extraordinary over 12,000 active members within a few moments have been collected by the months in 1917. Every local soldier who Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and departed for basic training was accompanied the Highlands and are being shared this by family, neighbors, and often hundreds of summer through the end of the year in the other citizens who walked with them to the tall glass vitrine display cases at Kaplan Hall train to wish them godspeed.” at SUNY Orange in an exhibit entitled, The Visitors may view the exhibit in July, and World War I Home Front - How Newburgh then August 27 through December 14. Supported the Colors. Kaplan Hall is located at the corner of Grand National Guard Companies Company E and First Streets on the Newburgh campus and L from Newburgh and I from Middletown of SUNY Orange. Free, secure parking is numbering 2600 all folded into the 107th available in the parking garage at 73 First St. Infantry Regiment of New York’s 27th For information, call Cultural Affairs, 845Division. 341-4891/9386 or email@example.com 28
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Catskill Talks: Artist William Landau William Landau describes his print work as, “vivid, graphic, and joyful” adding smearing, running, and bleeding - sometimes ‘happy accidents’ of wet-in-wet. Exhibiting throughout the Catskills and beyond (see pg. 6), Landau says, “In being influenced by what surrounds me in the country, I am always struck by the overall, then very specific, season changing
landscapes.” He will talk about how his work evokes the passion of living in the company of beautiful nature scenes for the Wurtsboro Art Alliance’s Catskill Talks lecture series on August 18 at 5:00pm. The talk takes place at the John Neilson Gallery, 73 Sullivan Street, Wurtsboro. Free admission. Donations accepted.
“Women on Fire” in Wurtsboro
Big Sky has Get ready for previously performed some fireworks as Women on Fire to the Friends of the great acclaim at both Mamakating Library the Gardiner Library present Big Sky and the Old Stone Productions’ Women on Fire. S. Hartman C. Slater C. Montana House in Hasbrouck. This performance will feature Sharlene The play, written by Irene O’Garden, will be performed as a reading by four actresses. Hartman, Constance Slater, Big Sky’s Each emotionally charged monologue Artistic Director Carol Montana, and a features a woman on fire in her own way - special guest. Big Sky’s last performance at the through passion, love, fear and self-discovery. Women on Fire explores the breadth of Mamakating Library was sold out, so to accommodate a larger crowd, Women on Fire women’s issues with humor and wisdom. The show earned the highest rating for will be performed August 17 at 7:00pm in audience satisfaction from the Wall Street the Mamakating Town Hall, 2948 Route Journal-Zagat Theatre Survey, and received 209, Wurtsboro, just off Route 17 exit 113. Free admission. Call the Library to register: the following acclaim: Bewitching... 845-888-8004. astounding...heartbreaking.” (N.Y. Times)
The Offspring & 311 Come to Bethel!
Printmaking at SUNY Orange, Newburgh
311 was formed in 2005 with their in 1990 in Omaha, debut The Papercut Nebraska by singer/ Chronicles, a classic guitarist Nick Hexum, coming-of-age album singer S.A. Martinez, that spawned the guitarist Tim Mahoney, platinum, recorddrummer Chad Sexton setting Top 40 No. and bassist P-Nut. 1 single Cupid’s The band mixes Chokehold / Breakfast 311 rock, rap, reggae and in America. Since funk into their own then, the group has unique hybrid sound established themselves and have developed as one of the most a reputation as one of exciting bands in the most entertaining pop music, topping and dynamic live bands the radio charts with in the U.S. with over hit singles, touring 9 million albums sold the world, making The Offspring in the U.S. alone. 311’s celebratory live countless national television appearances, shows and incessant touring schedule have and winning multiple music awards. earned them a massive grassroots following Two of rock’s most notable live bands, 311 nationwide. and The Offspring, announced that they are Dexter Holland (vocals, guitar), Noodles teaming up for the Never-Ending Summer (guitar), Greg K (bass) and Pete Parada Tour, a fun-filled summer amphitheater (drums) are The Offspring, one of rock’s outing with special guests Gym Class Heroes. most exciting and enduring bands. The The tour stops at Bethel Woods Center for Offspring have performed over 1,100 the Arts, 200 Hurd Road, Bethel, on August shows across the globe and sold more than 24 at 7:00pm. 40 million albums worldwide. Their 1994 Fans can expect an amazing night of music release Smash remains the highest-selling with countless hits from all three bands! album of all-time on an independent label. Visit www.Ticketmaster.com or call 800Gym Class Heroes broke into the scene 745-3000 for tickets and information.
Printmaking is venues in Poland and Maggie Oakes’ France, and in the specialty. During her U.S. in Colorado, creative process, she South Carolina, Ohio, uses many techniques Connecticut, as well as and media. “I create locally in Middletown intaglio plates using and Sugar Loaf. She techniques such as has been the recipient etching, aquatint, of several awards. mezzotint and electroOakes’ works mirror etching. I also work her life in her solo with photolithography, “Boardwalk” 2018 by Malgorzata Latos-Oakes exhibit, My Travels silkscreen, relief processes, embossment and - from Europe to the United States by Chine-collé.” Her most recent body of prints Malgorzata Latos-Oakes. Visit the Mindy represents a diversity of her personality, Ross Gallery at Kaplan Hall, SUNY Orange, passion and origin. August 22-October 9 to view this show that Born Malgorzata Latos in Poland, she displays the high quality of work created by has traveled extensively in Europe through this talented, mature artist. Poland, Spain, and France, and in the U.S. An afternoon reception including a tour of in North Carolina and Florida, and now the gallery with an explanation of her works, lives in Pine Bush. She graduated from processes, and materials will take place Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art & starting at 2:00pm on September 17. This Design in Wrocław, Poland with an MFA in event as well as the exhibit are free and open Printmaking. Oakes is an adjunct assistant to the public. professor at SUNY Orange and an adjunct The Mindy Ross Gallery is situated in the professor at SUNY New Paltz, serving as eastern section of the first floor of Kaplan an instructional support technician in the Hall, located at the corner of Grand & First printmaking studio. She is a mentor and Streets on the Newburgh campus of SUNY advocate for students, helping them solve Orange. Free, secure parking is available in complex studio problems to achieve their parking garage entered at 73 First Street. fullest potentials. For information, call Cultural Affairs at Her works have been exhibited in many 845-341-4891 / 9386.
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Interactive Festival: DUSKLIT 2018 DUSKLIT Interactive Art Festival is the East Coast’s one night interactive art festival. The third annual DUSKLIT takes place on August 11, from 6:00pm-10:00pm on the Seligmann Homestead in Sugar Loaf, in conjunction with the Warwick Summer Arts Festival. With twilight as a backdrop, the Festival will feature 38 immersive experiences by 63 contemporary artists from across the U.S. and Canada. Curated by visual artists Olivia Baldwin and Cody Rounds, DUSKLIT 2018 features participatory projects including elaborate sensory environments, sound installations, Work by Vernon Byron, DUSKLIT 2017. and a costume-lending tent. By engaging in Photo by Cody Rounds. these installations, visitors join the festival Sugar Loaf. “Lots of new as an essential collaborative surprises this year. We are element, bringing DUSKLIT really trying to push play and to life. “Visitors are integral spontaneity this time around,” to the festival’s magic,” says said Rounds. Rounds. DUSKLIT 2018 is made The 2018 roster includes possible with funds from the performance art, new Decentralization Program, a media, music, dance, regrant program of the New poetry, interdisciplinary York State Council on the Arts DUSKLIT Curators collaborations, and roving Olivia Baldwin & Cody Rounds with the support of Governor projects. “This year we’ve introduced roving installations to compliment Andrew Cuomo and the New York State stationary ones and have a lively roster of Legislature and administered by Arts MidHudson. DUSKLIT 2018 is made possible regional, national, and international artists.” DUSKLIT takes place on the grounds of the with funds from the Orange County Arts Seligmann Homestead, 23 White Oak Drive, Council’s Community Arts Grants program.
“Oliver!” at Greenwood Lake Theatre “We’re so excited and grateful for this opportunity to share such a wonderful musical with our community,” says Mary McKinley, Greenwood Lake Theatre’s K. Weatherford (GLT’s) co-artistic director. “And not only that, we’re able to bring a bit of Broadway here too.” Katherine Weatherford, co-artistic director of GLT Brady Walsh said, “This production also features cast members from our Summer Intensive Theater School. Last year, we developed the talents of local students and offered them roles in our productions. They took on the challenge with great enthusiasm and were absolutely terrific.” Michael Sherry, who directs the production, is artistic director at Backdoor Theatre in Wichita Falls, TX. Since taking over as artistic director, he has directed numerous shows including Chicago, Kiss Me Kate, Spamalot, Cabaret, Les Miserables, RENT, Avenue Q, and Rocky Horror Show. Musical director Gitana Mims is a graduate of Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX. She has had the privilege to musically direct such shows as You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Chicago, Little Shop of Horrors, and Godspell.
Mary McKinley David Edwards
Katherine Weatherford will play the role of Nancy, and Mary McKinley (who is known theatrically as Mary Virginia) performs the role of Mrs. Corney. Rounding out the topnotch cast are David Edwards as Fagin, Jordan P. Schroeder as the Artful Dodger, Brady Walsh as Bill Sikes, Greg Kalafatas as Mr. Bumble, as well as Nate Myles and Laura Peterson in multiple roles. GLT presents Lionel Bart’s awardwinning musical Oliver! on August 10-12 & 17-19 at 7:30pm. Performances will be held at Thomas P. Morahan Waterfront Park, 7 Windermere Avenue, Greenwood Lake. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets, cushions and chairs for casual seating. No alcoholic beverages allowed, although concessions are expected to be available. Visit www.greenwoodlaketheater.org to purchase tickets and obtain more info.
Attention Art (& Food!) Lovers: Enjoy viewing artwork by artist Brenda Scott Harburger at Leo’s Wappingers Falls location through August 31!
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Cows to Cadenzas & Appalachia Kindred Spirits Arts Programs presents interesting concert offerings for August: A soprano who sings of her journey from cattle shows in rural Oregon to international stages, and Appalachian, American Indian, Cajun and other music performed by widely known folk musicians on original instruments. A Voice in the Forest “Having grown up in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, conservation and the rightful management of forests pulses in my veins as much as any aria I’ve ever sung. I wouldn’t be the artist I am today without the lessons I’ve learned from the forest’s understory. I have incorporated so many of the principles that apply to sustained yield forestry management into my professional and personal life. The trees are as much a part of me as is my gift of singing,” states soprano Linda Lane Smith. This opera diva will connect music and forest, art and science in her unique program, From Cows to Cadenzas at Hotel Fauchere, 401 Broad Street, Milford on August 2 at 7:00pm. The concert will include the music of Schubert, Verdi, Brahms, Wolf, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and a slide show. Piano
accompaniment by Robert Wilson. What could be more appropriate for Milford, where the whole idea for a U.S. Forestry Service began with Gifford Pinchot? Two Women Play Twelve Instruments Combining tradition with innovation, the award-winning Simple Gifts Duo creates some of the finest arrangements in folk music today: swing fiddle creeps into a Romanian dance, spoons show up in an Irish reel, and a blues lick introduces a Klezmer melody. Based in the hills of central Pennsylvania, these women play an amazing array of instruments. Linda Littleton and Karen Hirshon switch with ease among fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar, guitjo, recorders, bowed psaltery, hammered dulcimer, baritone fiddle and percussion. Head to Grey Towers in Milford to see Simple Gifts Duo perform in An Appalachian Ballade on August 18 at 5:30pm. Visit www.kindredspiritsarts.org or call 570-409-1269 for tickets. For dining options in Milford, check out the two ads below!
May I Have A Word With You ... Quips, Quotes & Quiddities with Carol Pozefsky ALL ALONE Unlike collaborators Lennon and McCartney, Lerner and Loewe, and Rogers and Hammerstein, Irving Berlin wrote both the words AND the music for the countless songs he created. But, in 1871, seventeen years before Berlin was even born, a song writer with the inspired name of William Shakespeare Hays was churning out chart topping hits and, like Berlin, wrote both the words AND the music. Hays had no fewer than 3 titles on this list of 1871’s top ten hit songs: Beware Goodbye Liza Jane The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane (Hays) Mollie Darling (Hays) Onward Christian Soldiers Reuben and Rachel The Sea Hath Its Pearls Silent Night, Holy Night Something for Jesus Susan Jane (Hays) BURYING THE LEAD Chicago’s newly renovated Crosby Opera House was one of 17,000+ buildings destroyed by what’s remembered to this day as
The Great Chicago Fire. The fire began on the evening of October 8, 1871, when, according to legend, Mrs. O’Leary’s cow kicked over a lighted lantern in a barn on DeKoven Street. What’s little known is that the deadliest wildfire in American history occurred that same day in and around Peshtigo, Wisconsin killing 1200 people including every resident of the village of Sugar Bush and 200 people in a single tavern. ON A HAPPIER NOTE
That same month and year, The Jubilee Singers, a choral group of 12 students of color from Fisk University set off on a concert tour to raise money for their Nashville, Tennessee school. Performing gospel and popular songs, the group toured the eastern U.S. continuing on to England, Scotland and Ireland. By 1874, they had managed to raise $90,000 which, factoring in inflation rates, would be worth more than 2 million U.S. dollars today.
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