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Aisteon

Aisteon

A capella chorus – songs of many times, places, and genres. Aisteon (which means “we must sing” in ancient Greek) is a new a cappella group dedicated to singing a wide variety of musical genres, everything from Renaissance madrigals and classical art songs to jazz standards and contemporary pop, as well as folk music from […]

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Bachtopus

Bachtopus

Bachtopus is a contemporary accordion ensemble from New York that performs music by living composers and Johann Sebastian Bach. The ensemble has performed for diverse audiences, and previous performance highlights include: Make Music New York, Bach in the Subways, The New Museum, Accordions Around the World, Meetup.com, the United Nations, and the American Accordion Association […]

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Balzer, Rossman and Loomba- CANCELLED

Balzer, Rossman and Loomba- CANCELLED

CANCELLED!!       Balzer, Rossman and Loomba weaves together the swing of blues and pocket grooves from jazz, with a rock sound. Our set ramps it up with electric blues and classic rock standards, and cools it down with with some quick visits to old 70’s fusion and jazz. The groove is on. Performance: […]

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Chung/Podgurski Duo

Chung/Podgurski Duo

Junah Chung is an active chamber musician and soloist. He received his M.M. degree from the Juilliard School where he studied with Lillian Fuchs and William Lincer. Junah has been featured in solo performances at Carnegie’s Weill Hall, Lincoln Center’s Paul Hall, the Society for Ethical Culture, Meet the Composer, the National Museum of Iceland, […]

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Ed Horan

Ed Horan

  Spanish, Classical, Flamenco & Latin. Performances: 2:00 PM at the Black Cat Cafe, Irvington

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Hastings Quartet

Hastings Quartet

Classical saxophone quartet Art Rones, soprano saxophone Bruce Schaffel, alto saxophone Javier Oviedo, tenor saxophone John Bachalis, baritone saxophone Performance: 3:00 PM, First Reformed Church Chapel, Hastings-on-Hudson  

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Jon Riss

Jon Riss

Award winning conductor and organist Jon Riss will present a recital of works by Vierne, J.S. Bach, Alain, Ireland, and Liszt on the organ built by Orgelbau Klais at Irvington Presbyterian Church at 2:00 and 4:00. Originally from Smithtown, NY, conductor and organist Jon Riss was appointed as Director of Music at Irvington Presbyterian Church […]

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Juan Franco and Alexandra Woodruff

Juan Franco and Alexandra Woodruff

Duets and arias from Tosca and La Boheme Juan Carlos Franco’s professional credits include engagements with New Orleans Opera, Cleveland Opera, Opera de Colombia, New Jersey Symphony, Lyric Opera Cleveland, Ohio Light Opera, Hudson Opera Theater and Orquesta Sinfónica del Valle in Cali, Colombia, among many others. He is a European finalist of the Pavarotti […]

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Les Tappan Zigues

Les Tappan Zigues

“Voyage à Paris”. Mikel and Vicente will make you feel in Paris again for the first time! Les Tappan Zigues (“zigues”-is French slang for “guys”) are Mikel Berrier on guitar, harmonica and vocals, and Vicente Saavedra on upright bass. Mikel is a native Parisian, Vicente hails from Maracaibo, Venezuela. Together they create a sound that […]

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Music From Irvington Presbyterian Church

Music From Irvington Presbyterian Church

Classical works for strings, voice, flute, organ and piano Irvington Presbyterian Youth Choir – Peter Fischer, director Ana Bjorgvinsson, treble Craig Degener, organ Sarah Garcia, soprano Marge Hone, flute Scott Lefurgy, baritone Nancy Rathbun, soprano Jon Riss, piano Christina Rohm, soprano Kathleen Thomson, violin Please join us at noon on Saturday, June 3rd for a […]

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Rivertown Kids, Sara Fischer, Anna Davis, Anna Schriever

Rivertown Kids, Sara Fischer, Anna Davis, Anna Schriever

Sara Fischer and Anna Davis Sara Fischer, cello Anna Davis, cello Performance: 12:00 Noon, 306 Clinton Avenue, Dobbs Ferry

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Rivertowns Cello Quartet

Rivertowns Cello Quartet

Bach, Beal, Bartok & more performed by Rivertowns cellists Lila Ainsworth, Sachi Patitucci, Peter Seidenberg, & Stephen Tjaden. The Rivertowns Cello Quartet is comprised of Lila Ainsworth and Stephen Tjaden of Dobbs Ferry and Peter Seidenberg and Sachi Patitucci of Hastings on Hudson. The quartet will perform music by Bartok, Telemann, Bach, Debussy, Piazzolla, John Patitucci, […]

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