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by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sat Oct 20th, 2018

The Pawling Concert Series hosted Donal Fox Inventions Trio at Gardiner Theater at Trinity-Pawling School with half-moon working against passing clouds. Fox plays historically inflected jazz, jazz that is inspired...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Wed Oct 17th, 2018

Alice Tully Hall under the direction of Wu Han opened up its new Chamber Music Society season with a program entitle “Russian Inspiration,” that is, a program of Italian, German,...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Mon Oct 15th, 2018

Xak Bjerken and his wife Miri Yampolsy performed an hour-long recital at Bard College’s Lázló-Bitó Conservatory Building Monday evening. Xak opened with the first three of Franz Schubert’s six Moments...

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by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sun Oct 14th, 2018

A substantial crowd gathered on Sunday afternoon to hear Benjamin Hochman perform a Mozart Recital at Bard College’s Lazlo-Bitó Conservatory Building. Why the excitement? Hochman has embarked on a project...

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by Leila Hawken in Arts & Music
Sun Oct 14th, 2018

Braving the first chilly air of October, a robustly enthusiastic audience of music lovers assembled for an early evening concert by the Amernet String Quartet, joined for this event by...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Fri Oct 12th, 2018

Bobby Previte’s sextet at Hudson Hall this evening sailed off into ethereal realms. The program was entitled Rhapsody (Terminals Part II: In Transit). I had listened to his 2014 album...

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by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sun Oct 7th, 2018

In gentle mist on Saturday afternoon, Matt Finley & Friends performed a program of intimate Brazilian jazz before an enthusiastic crowd at Smithfield Church. This ensemble had never played...

Music review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sun Oct 7th, 2018

The Orchestra Now under the baton of Leon Botstein opened its new season with the Violin Concerto by Johannes Brahms and Symphony No. 1 by Edward Elgar. Not being familiar...

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