Chapel Restoration’s Sunday Music Series 2015

A free Sunday concert each month April through November

The Chapel Restoration has announced the 2015 Sunday Music Series, from April to November at 4 p.m. and free to the public.

Produced by Barbara DeSilva, the season features a wide range of classical music, beginning with the violin duo Black Marble and including art songs from Argentina and Iceland with Rachel Evans on viola, as well as spirituals and cabaret from New Amsterdam Singers, and a program of jazz guitar and piano with John Abercrombie and Marc Copland.

Concerts are in the 1833 Greek Revival chapel with superb acoustics its setting on the banks of the Hudson River in Cold Spring.

April 19
Black Marble, violin duo of Karen Marie Marmer and Jörg-Michael Schwarz, in Enchanted Journey, music of Emanuele Barbella, Jean-Marie Leclair, Mozart and Telemann

May 31
New Amsterdam Singers, Clara Longstreth (music director), spirituals and cabaret of Dominick Argento, Matthew Harris, Ben Moore, and others

June 21
Michael Arnowitt, piano, playing the last three piano sonatas of Beethoven

July 19
Yalin Chi, piano, with music of Bach, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Ravel

Aug. 16
John Abercrombie, guitar, and Marc Copland, piano, doing jazz standards and original compositions

Sept. 27
Pierlot-Cutmore Duo of Antoine Pierlot, cello, and Jason Cutmore, piano, with a selection of classical music

Oct. 18
Songs of Fire and Ice, art songs of Argentina and Iceland, performed by Christine Antenbring, mezzo soprano, Mikhail Hallak, piano, and Rachel Evans, viola

Nov. 22
Piano Quartet of Matilda Kaul, violin, Mark Halloway, viola, Julia Bruskin, cello, and Aaron Wunsch, piano, with a selection of classical music

The Chapel Restoration is located at 45 Market St., directly across from Metro-North’s Cold Spring train station, where parking is free on Sundays. For more information, visit chapelrestoration.org.


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