Woodstockhausen spirals into its eighth edition of experimental music, synesthetic video, performance, and camping in the great outdoors.
On July 8, 1pm, at Margaretville Pavillion, join Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower, a traditional plant medicine person, for an outdoor plant and tree lecture on cultivating intermediary sensory impressions with surrounding land systems.(more…)
Come celebrate the grand opening of The Lost Bookshop, the new independent bookshop on Main Street in Delhi. 4:30-6:00pm at 120 Main.
Please join us on May 27th from 4 PM to 7 PM to celebrate the opening of Dave Ortiz’s solo show “Alphabet of a Colored Man” at Birdsong Farm. This new work joyfully brings full circle Ortiz’s creative trajectory from street art to fine art painting, exploring where the abstract and urban meet. Each of the thirteen paintings in the series features a letter, some obscured and some more clearly legible. Together, they spell a phrase, which the viewer is invited to decipher. Also on view are select Painted Wooden Objects.
On Sunday, May 21, 3 PM, Friends of Music of Stamford, NY presents Pegasus: The Orchestra in a trio configuration featuring Eiko Kano (violin), Karén Hakobyan (piano), and guest artist Sergey Antonov (cello), the 2007 International Tchaikovsky competition gold medalist. Featuring works by Rachmaninoff, Haydn, and Mendelssohn.
Please note the NEW host venue: the First Presbyterian Church at 96 Main Street, Stamford, NY.
The Nude Party will play at the West Kortright Centre on May 27th at 4pm. A septet formed at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina playing electro-pop and stripped down country. Known for their “Energy and irreverent wit…and a musical and lyrical ambition that makes them one of the best under-30 rock bands around. — Paste Magazine.
Please join Diamond Hollow Books in welcoming Sophie Strand, writer, thinker, inter-weaver and force of nature for an evening of reading and discussion based on her truly groundbreaking book of essays The Flowering Wand: Rewilding the Sacred Masculine (Inner Traditions, 2022). If we’re lucky, Ms. Strand will also provide a preview from her forthcoming The Madonna Secret, an eco-feminist historical fiction reimagining of the Gospels.
Saturday, June 10, doors at 5 pm, reading begins 5:30.
Music historian and Pratt Professor Cisco Bradley visits Diamond Hollow to present his two recent Duke University Press publications: The Williamsburg Avant-Garde: Experimental Music and Sound on the Brooklyn Waterfront and Universal Tonality: The Life and Music of William Parker.
Sunday, June 18, doors at 5 PM; Reading and special mystery musical guests begins at 5:30. Updates at diamondhollowbooks.com/events .(more…)
On Sunday, April 16, at 3PM, Friends of Music of Stamford NY’s 37th season opens with a performance by the Telegraph Quartet at a new host venue for the concert series: the First Presbyterian Church at 96 Main Street, Stamford, NY. Admission is by donation at the door; the suggested donation is $12 per person, $6 for seniors & students. There is no charge for those under age 13. Cash or check only; no advance sales. Reservations are encouraged, walk-ups welcome. Masks are recommended. Contact FOMAdmin@friendsmusic.org or (518) 918-8003 to reserve your space.
Bushel’s neighbors at FOR-DO — Friends of Recovery of Otsego and Delaware Counties — host an ever-increasing number of community classes, workshops, and events including an Open Mic night several nights per month. Check out their calendar here (scroll down for Delhi’s chapter).
PEACE FOR UKRAINE
August 7, 1-8pm
The Turquoise Barn
8052 Rt 18, Bloomville, NY
Music, Art, Storytellling, Poetry, and food from the Tulip & Rose
Help raise funds for Emergency Relief Effort Ukraine / Doctors without Borders
** rain or shine **(more…)