Concerts in the Village 

presents choral and instrumental classical music in Kinderhook, NY.

“A stunning all Handel concert at the Kinderhook Reformed Church on November 9 was one of the finest musical events of its kind in many seasons.  Maestro Smith has brought his musical forces to heights of musical grandeur.  .  .  .  This third Handel concert of the series reached heights of sustained musical beauty….In a short time ‘Concerts in the Village’ has taken on a major musical role in the Upper Hudson Valley.”
-John Paul Keeler, On the Scene, Columbia-Green Media, Nov 15, 2014


Next Up:

Masterpieces of the Romantic Age

by Mendelssohn, Brahms, and Wagner

Sunday, April 10 at 3:00 p.m.

21 Broad Street, Kinderhook, NY David Smith, Artistic Director and Conductor

Program

  • Richard Wagner: Siegfried Idyll
  • Johannes Brahms: Alto Rhapsody, op. 53
  • Johannes Brahms: Schicksalslied
  • Felix Mendelssohn: Come, let us sing for joy, op. 46
  • Felix Mendelssohn: As pants the hart, op. 42,
    • Amanda Boyd-Grout, soprano
    • Vicki Smith, mezzo-soprano
    • Marjorie Elinor Dix, alto
    • Jon Morrell, tenor

More Details

21 Broad Street, Kinderhook, NY Tickets: Contribution, $20 Reception: following

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Poster April 2016

The School

This concert is made possible with public funds from the Decentralization Program of the NYS Council on the Arts, administered in Columbia County by the Greene County Council on the Arts through the Community Arts Grants Fund. Generous funding has also been received from Hudson River Bank & Trust Company Foundation, Stewart’s Holiday Match program, and from many individual and business supporters.


RECENTLY:

King David

A Dramatic Oratorio (1921)
by Arthur Honegger

and chamber works of Francis Poulenc

Sunday, February 7 at 2:00 p.m.

Jack Shainman Gallery: The School
25 Broad Street, Kinderhook, NY

David Smith, Artistic Director and Conductor


Some Photos

David Smith at piano with chorus rehearsing
David Smith at piano with chorus rehearsing
David Smith at his Steinway