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The Stone House Singers are back to perform “Sure On This Shining Night”.

Musical Director Thomas W. Jones leads the chamber group in a wide range of songs from old English carols, to contemporary music.
Holiday cheer, tipples, and nibbles in abundance! Come by to celebrate with your neighbors and support the arts in our community.

Tickets $15.00 ($10.00 Seniors/Students), advance tickets are available here.
All concert proceeds and additional donations benefit arts programming at the Old Stone House & Washington Park.

The Good Coffeehouse series continues this month with a concert presentation with Hell’s Kitchen Country, featuring some of the best three-part bluegrass harmony that you’ll ever hear! Comprised of three exceptionally musically gifted bluegrass and old time country veterans, Gene Yellin (guitar), Bill Christophersen (fiddle) and Mark Farrell (mandolin), the band derives its repertoire from the lesser known material of bluegrass pioneers such as the Sauceman Brothers, as well as the Stanley Brothers and Jimmy Martin. This is a musical event you will not want to miss!

This event is co-sponsored by the Folk Music Society of New York.

Tickets are $10 at the door.

The 2019-20 season of Musical Ecologies continues with composer, performer, producer, and scholar Alex Waterman.

Working in a variety of contexts and mediums, Waterman is perhaps best known as a cellist and performer. In this program, he will present a rare evening of new solo works titled “Towards a Typology of Realities We Coincide With(in)”or “Why don’t we see each other any more?” for cello, electronics, and mixed media as well as a selection of new stories and songs. The evening will begin with a conversation hosted by series curator Dan Joseph.

Waterman has created a diverse body of works including sound installations, television operas, film and video works, exhibitions, amateur choral works, radio and film scores, and solo performances as a cellist, electronic musician and storyteller. He currently teaches at Ramapo College of New Jersey.

Founded in 2012, Musical Ecologies is a monthly symposium on music and sound. Curated and hosted by composer Dan Joseph, each event focuses on a single artist. Each presentation is preceded by an extended conversation between the artist and curator.

Advance Tickets are available online here.
Tickets will also be available at the door for $10.