Welcome to our 47th 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 *October Cabaret $30 per person ($25 if in costume!) - Messiah Sing $10 per person Available at the door (Cash, Check & Credit Card) and online
Third Annual "Costume" Cabaret Friday, October 28th, 7PM
The third annual cabaret features Broadway hits, classic torch songs and jazz standards...in costume! Celebrate Halloween (the musical way with a spooktackular evening of music food and drinks. Tickets for this event are $30 per person ($25 if in your Halloween finest) and include complimentary food and beverages. Costumes aren't required but highly encouraged!
TRANSIT Ensemble Sunday, November 13th, 4pm
A New music collective based in NYC, TRANSIT takes a comprehensive twenty-first century approach to new and experimental music by performing, commissioning, and recording the music of emerging composers while also fostering strengthened relationships between living composers and the general public through TRANSIT - produced concert series and special initiatives. TRANSIT members include a resident composer (Daniel Wohl) and five performers who are amongst the most vibrant young players in the NYC New Music scene. Its core ensemble consists of a mixed chamber instrumentation: violin (Andie Springer), cello (Evelyn Farny), clarinet (Sara Budde), piano (David Friend), and percussion (Joe Bergan). Visit their website for more information about TRANSIT.
47th Annual Messiah Sing Sunday, December 4th, 4pm
Usher in the holiday season with this beloved Nyack tradition. Whether you love to sing or love to listen, Handel’s Messiah is sure to get you in the spirit. And to top off the afternoon, we’ll conclude with some caroling, and festive cookies and cider! Admission is free for children, $10 for everyone else.
Grace Choir Concert Sunday, March 26th, 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 to bring Chilcott’s seldom performed and very beautiful work to Nyack. A meet-the-artists reception follows this concert.
ESSB Jazz Orchestra Sunday, April 23, 4pm
Described as “reinventing traditional styles through sound,” this NYC-based ensemble of 18 musicians features a unique blend of jazz and classical crossover that is evocative of the big band era. Where “Bach, Dave Holland and the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke are all fair game,” this concert is sure to please every type of listener. Check out some of their works and info HERE.