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Four Free Concerts Planned At Church

New Baroque Soloists
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In what has become an annual tradition, the Northwest Music Association will present four free concerts featuring the New Baroque Soloists at St. John’s Episcopal Church on Wednesdays at 5 p.m. starting July 19.

Paddy Rossbach, the new president of the Northwest Music Association, is excited to bring “toe-tapping music” to Salisbury.

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Marking 40 Years With Music And Food

Music: Summertide Festival at Cascade Mountain Winery and Restaurant

The 40th anniversary of Cascade Mountain Winery and Restaurant in Amenia is a “big deal” for Charlie Wetmore, who co-owns it with his sister, Joanie Wetmore Yahn.

The planting of the vineyard and construction of the winery were a family affair, and Charlie Wetmore has fond memories of working on the building with his late father, Bill Wetmore.

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Irish Music Legend Will Perform July 10

Music: Catskills Irish Arts Week

Monsignor Charles Coen, an All-Ireland Champion musician, is readying himself for his upcoming performance at the opening night concert for Catskills Irish Arts Week in East Durham, N.Y. It is about an hour’s drive from the Northwest Corner of Connecticut, across the Hudson River.
Coen served at St. Christopher’s Church in Red Hook, N.Y., and for many years he ran a series of wonderful twice monthly traditional Irish music concerts and sessions at The old Rhinecliff Hotel in Rhinecliff, N.Y.

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Marking 40 Years With Music And Food

Music: Summertide Festival at Cascade Mountain Winery and Restaurant

The 40th anniversary of Cascade Mountain Winery and Restaurant in Amenia is a “big deal” for Charlie Wetmore, who co-owns it with his sister, Joanie Wetmore Yahn.
The planting of the vineyard and construction of the winery were a family affair, and Charlie Wetmore has fond memories of working on the building with his late father, Bill Wetmore.

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Wassaic Project July Festival

One-Day Event Will Feature Music, Art
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In past years, the Wassaic Project has hosted a multi-day festival every summer. This year, the organizers have decided to instead host multiple one-day festivals from May to October.

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Aston Magna Music Festival

Period Performances At Multiple Venues

Until recently, I was guilty of never having attended an Aston Magna Music Festival concert. Last Friday night, I found out what I’ve been missing.
Aston Magna specializes in period-instrument performances of Baroque and early Classical music. In the new Lázló Z. Bitó Conservatory Building at Bard College, an ensemble of two violins, viola, cello and clarinet took on the late works of Mozart.

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Family-Friendly Music Festival Will Debut In Riverton June 24

Music: Still River Music Festival

From the moment Darcy Abbott saw the agricultural fairgrounds along the Still River in Riverton, she knew it was a “magical place.”
Through her work on the Oxen Committee at the Riverton Fair, she’s become invested in the fairgrounds. So when she decided to launch a music festival at the venue, everything fell into place.
“I had whispered this into the universe and all this feedback came back,” she said. “The support I have gotten from the local community has been absolutely humbling.”

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Double Bill Of Comic Operas

Music: Boston Early Music Festival

Ah, there was a time when the leisure classes enjoyed opera, hours and hours of opera, in a single evening. That’s because the two intermissions of a serious work were filled, for the sake of contrast, with two one-act comic operas. 

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Spring For Sound Fills Millerton With Music

Blue skies and warm weather greeted attendees of the seventh annual all-day Spring for Sound music festival in Millerton on June 10. Six stages throughout the village showcased 50 bands and musicians, covering a wide range of genres. The block party on South Center Street featured food trucks, yoga, tae kwon do demonstrations and children’s activities.

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New Director, Packed Season

Music: Norfolk Chamber Music Festival

The Norfolk Chamber Music Festival kicks off its 2017 season on June 21 with a special choral presentation of a brand new oratorio by Martin Bresnick celebrating the writings of 19th-century literary giants Herman Melville, Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson.

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