Welcome to our 48th season of Great Music in a Great Space. Each of our concerts are approximately 60-75 minutes and are followed by a Meet-the-Artists Reception. Tickets alone do not cover the costs of Rockland County's longest-running concert series - consider become asupporting donor.
Tickets* Adults: $20 Seniors: $15 Students (with valid ID): $5 Children under 12 are always free *April Cabaret $30 per person - Messiah Sing $10 per person Available at the door (Cash, Check & Credit Card) and online
Howells & Vaughan Williams Saturday, October 21st, 7PM
GraceMusic's 48th season opens with the evocative and mystical music of Herbert Howells and Ralph Vaughan Williams - two of 20th-century England's master composers. Featuring performances by Korliss Uecker and Tammy Hensrud accompanied by Jim Rensink, saxophonist Jacob Nevill, the Grace Church Choir and Brandon Beachamp on the Casavant Organ.
Messiah Sing Sunday, December 10th, 4pm
Once again, Brandon Beachamp will conduct our annual Messiah Sing. Professional soloists will perform the arias from Handel's masterwork, and you will sing have one, bring your own score; a limited number of scores will be available to borrow. Listeners welcome too. Afterwards, join us for some seasonal carols, cookies & cider. Admission: $10; children under 12 free (and are most welcome!).
Graham Ashton Sunday, Febuary 11th, 4pm
Graham Ashton is a Grammy-nominated trumpeter, composer, and a founder of NY Chamber Brass. As a soloist, he has worked with Paul McCartney, Elvis Costello, and has appeared with the BBC Orchestra, the London Philharmonic, NY Virtuosi & other distinguished organizations. His trio will perform a mix of classical and contemporary works for trumpets, organ &soprano. A wonderful afternoon of chamber music awaits you!
St. John Passion Sunday, March 18th, 4pm
Following the tradition of Bach’s masterful choral Passions, British composer Bob Chilcott’s mighty setting of St. John’s Gospel text incorporates 13th and 17th century poetry with the King James Bible text, and is a “dramatic, yet optimistic, retelling of the Passion tide story.” Brandon Beachamp conducts the Grace Church Choir, soloists, orchestra and organ once again bring Chilcott’s seldom performed and very beautiful work to Nyack. A meet-the-artists reception follows this concert.
A Little Night Music Saturday, April 14th, 7:30pm
Mozart, Sondheim and Sinatra! The Grace community & friends will entertain you in an evening filled with music, food and plenty of fun. Admission ($30) includes the show, an array of lovely food and a complimentary drink. Space will be limited: order your tickets in advance (Coming Soon!)