Dec 18 Sunday
City Winery Presents COLE PORTER RE-IMAGINED - Americana Holiday Brunch Fun with Janie Barnett on December 18 at 12:30 PM.
New York singer-songwriter and session musician Janie Barnett has taken Cole Porter’s sultry, steamy songs of lust and love and thrown them in her Urban Americana soup. The fiddle, the dobro, the cheeky mandolin, the so-hip accordion, and old-world upright piano. Janie has gathered her illustrious friends from the New York scene together on the City Winery stage, just as she has for numerous CW shows over the past few years.
Bring your best holiday party selves and join Janie for this brunch hang. Guest vocalists so far – Nicki Richards (Madonna tour veteran! and, like, sung with EVERYONE!) Eugene Ruffolo (ALSO sung with everyone, AND fluent in Italian!) Darryl Tookes (STARTED his career with Earth Wind and Fire!) and other special guest vocalists and musicians to be announced, as well as these top of the charts NYC players Ben Stivers, Richard Hammond, Matt Beck, Larry Saltzman, Gary Schreiner, and Rob “Hawk” Hecht on the lonesome fiddle.
Bring your best luscious fun, order a glass (Janie favors Casamigos) and an omelette, and expect to be surprised and get all tingly.
Cole Porter is the holiday drink you need!
Tickets $20 / Day of $25
Capital Community Voices will present “A Northern Lights Noel,” a program of classical carols and popular holiday songs on Sunday, December18th at 3:00 pm at Genet Elementary School, Route 4, East Greenbush, NY.
The program will feature carols from places from which the aurora borealis can be experienced including Norway, Sweden, and Russia and the state of Alaska. Popular holiday selections will include the Polar Express medley, Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town, and White Christmas. The audience will have an opportunity to sing along with traditional carols.
The chorus is directed by Julie Panke and will be accompanied by Malcolm Kogut, piano, Randy Jennings, bass, and James Iacketta, percussion.
Ticket prices for the concert are $15 for general admission and $12 for seniors and students.
Dec 26 Monday
The Tom Hovey Summer Music Festival at the Meadow Links Golf Pavilion in Richfield Springs is a free admission, family-friendly, rain or shine live music concert series. A small ensemble is featured at each Monday evening performance; styles range from rock, jazz, folk and popular classics.
Indoor and Outdoor seating is available, or bring your own chair, blanket, or stay in your car and roll down the windows! The pavilion is spacious, open-air, and situated in a large open field over looking the beautiful golf course. Dogs on leashes are welcome!
Dec 29 Thursday
Festive vocal and instrumental music from Colonial Latin America
Voices and instruments bring alive Hispanic Renaissance polyphony from late 16th to early 17th cent. music manuscripts, found in convents of Northwest Guatemala, and vocal and instrumental music from the Peruvian Martinez Comapañón Codex.
The “Latin American mss. Guatemala music manuscripts'' are a collection of vocal works of Spanish and Indigenous Renaissance compositions from c. 1570 to 1635 that were used in the villages of Santa Eulalia, San Juan Ixcoi, and San Mateo Ixtatan in the commune of Huehuetenango in northwest Guatemala. Some works were written by native Mayans, and others were brought by missionaries and are mostly Spanish works. The “Martínez Compañón Codex'', also called the “Trujillo Codex'' is a manuscript that brings together more than 1,400 watercolors and 20 scores, and which was commissioned by Baltasar Martínez Compañón, Bishop of Trujillo between 1780 and 1790. The musical pieces are mostly popular songs and tunes as well as religious songs from northern Peru. While they were mostly composed in European style, many of them show the influence of native rhythms and genres of the Peruvian coast and highlands. The watercolors illustrate the customs and ways of life of northern Peru, showing dances brought there by the native and African populations that lived in this area during the 18th century.
Performers are soprano Jayne Segedy, tenor José Ignacio Lagos, with a period instrument ensemble directed by Christine Gevert.
Dec 30 Friday
Dec 31 Saturday
Saturday, December 31, 2022 | Doors at 7 p.m.
No Fun275 River StreetTroy, New York 12189www.nofuntroy.com
Tickets: $6 Advance through 12/15/22Tickets: $10 Door
Super Dark Collective & Hey Greasy Present:The UFO Club - No Fun's NYE Party
Featuring Live Music, DJ's, Visuals
The Brule County Bad Boys - https://brulecountybadboys.bandcamp.comHaley Moley - https://haleymoley.bandcamp.comT.V. Doctors - https://tvdoctors.bandcamp.comThe Honey Collective - https://soundcloud.com/honeycollective518They Shoot Lasers, Don't They? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWrQPG5t7WM
This is going to be a Troy Glow Festival with a liquid light show ALL NIGHT...
Jan 02 Monday
Jan 09 Monday
Jan 14 Saturday
From foodstuffs to handcrafts, we'll have it all at the Hall. Produce, meats, baked goods, crafts, gift items and live music, brought to you by local makers bakers, movers & shakers. Come out for some community cheer during the cold winter months!The Sheffield Winter Market returns to Dewey Hall on Second Saturdays 10am - 1pm, November 12, December 10, January 14, February 11, March 11.
Vendors include Mountain Falls Farm from Sheffield, Bow Wow Farm from Sheffield, Zinke’s Homegrown from Canaan, The Farm New Marlborough (from, yes, New Marlborough). For pickles, seasonings, garlic and other accoutrement there will be Rolling Rock Farm from Sheffield. For prepared foods there will be Naji’s Mediterranean Cuisine from Great Barrington. For baked fresh wheat-free breads and scones there will be Light Force Bakery from Great Barrington. For soaps there will be Concord Hill Farm from East Chatham. For handmade gifts, garments, and gear there will be Berkshire Holiday Gnomes, Dylan Kubis Photography, Harry Levenstein Pottery, Twin Pines Jewelry, Joanne Conti, Healing Nest, and Stone Soup.
The market will continue to offer our SNAP Match program as well.
Jan 16 Monday