Kaori Washiyama (violin) and Daniel Shulman (piano) will preform music that is deeply expressive across several eras. Washiyama, winner of the Lipitzer International Violin Competition, and Shulman, conductor and performer of chamber ensembles across the U.S. and Japan, will perform a variety of violin and piano pieces from Tartini Baroque to Bartok Romanian Dances. Mozart and Schubert will also be featured.
General admission tickets ($20/$10 for students) will be available at the door. As a community event, members’ discounts are not available.
This community discussion will explore the current economic state of the region and those bent on improving it for all. Moderated by author David Black, the panel will include Columbia County Supervisor Sarah Sterling, Peter Taylor of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, and Pierce Sioussat of Bioforce USA. Advance purchase recommended. Purchase tickets here.
Join this talented quintet as they give tribute to Miles Davis’s 1959 recording Kind of Blue, indubitably a classic. Music critic Fred Kaplan says: “a huge hit—the best-selling jazz album of all time— and the spearhead of an artistic revolution. Everyone, even people who say they don’t like jazz, likes Kind of Blue. It’s cool, romantic, melancholic, and gorgeously melodic.”
Ticket sales to be announced.
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 22 from 4:00-6:00pm
Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 1:00-5:00pm
Back by popular demand, this new show will feature works in all mediums by more than 40 Academy member artists. More details soon.
An invitational gallery show featuring the work of accomplished regional artists. The theme includes depictions and interpretations in various media of landscapes, buildings, farm life, flowers, vegetables, insects, and animals; subjects found in an agricultural environment, which might (or might not!) end up on a table.
Friends and neighbors paired with delicious food and libations, all served up in a bucolic setting. That is the recipe for the annual Twilight in the Garden Party. Meet new friends and greet the old at this festive kick-off to the summer season. Sparkling beverages and a scrumptious light supper are served. Further details will be available soon.
Hidden Gardens celebrates the art of the garden with a full line-up of events designed to inform, inspire and intrigue garden enthusiasts.
The Garden Market on the Green is a lovely outdoor marketplace held on the Spencertown village green in conjunction with the Hidden Gardens event. The aim of the market is to offer the rare, and the unexpected at affordable prices. Click here for information about Hidden Gardens 2016.
Stay tuned for new details of these popular events as they become available.