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Harmonies on the Hudson 2024 Concert Series

Updated: May 12




Harmonies on the Hudson

We are so excited to announce our 2024 Harmonies on the Hudson concert lineup!

This year, we've extended the concert series by a month. All concerts (weather permitting) are at 6 p.m. adjacent to the main visitor parking lot.


 


Thursday, May 30

Donna of the Donna Tritico Band

Donna Tritico Band

 

With a very eclectic mix of rock, blues, and soul, (Hendrix, Stones, Aretha Franklin, SRV, Allman Brothers) Donna Tritico Band is full of surprises.


As a member of various bands, Donna has opened for such artists as: Robin Trower (The Egg); Blues Traveler and Kenny Wayne Shepherd (Upstate Concert Hall), and performed at Albany's Alive at 5, Tulip Fest, and Troy's Rockin’ on the River. Donna had the honor of representing the Capital Region at the 2017 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. 

 


 

Thursday, June 27

Souls United of the Hudson Valley

Souls United of the Hudson Valley

 

A multi-faith, multi-cultural Gospel Choir unified in the belief that we are all members of one human family. Join us for an evening of uplifting music set against the backdrop of the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains. 

 



 

Thursday, July 25

Jaspero

Jasperoo


Jasperoo is an acoustic, instrumental duo with John Bunge on banjo and slide guitar and MaryBeth Bunge on rhythm guitar. Based in New York’s Hudson Valley, they are popular at festivals, markets, and special events playing deep folk and blues, from the 19th century to modern originals.





 

Thursday, August 22

Musicians of Ma’alwyck


Musicians of Ma’alwyck

Founded in 1999 by violinist and director Ann-Marie Barker Schwartz, the group specializes in music performed in America during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Many of the performing materials are drawn from the Special Collections of the New York State Library. In 2002, Musicians of Ma’alwyck performed by invitation for television producer Norman Lear in celebration of his purchase of the last private copy of the Declaration of Independence. Musicians of Ma’alwyck has been presented on National Public Radio, WMHT-FM and WMHT-TV. In 2009 the ensemble produced the 1783 opera The Poor Soldier by William Shield, drawing national attention. Musicians of Ma’alwyck was named the best chamber music ensemble of the Capital Region for both 2008 and 2009 by Metroland. This past season the ensemble commissioned an opera about the woman suffrage movement, which premiered last June. Titled Aleda or the Flight of the Suff Birdwomen, and written by Max Caplan, the opera received high artistic praise.




 

 

Thursday, September 12

Girl Blue


Girl Blue

If you like Alanis Morissette, Brandi Carlisle, and crying in public, you’re going to love Girl Blue. Writing deeply emotional songs with strong singable hooks, singer-songwriter Arielle O’Keefe is absolutely one to watch.


She’s been featured on top Spotify playlists (New Music Friday) and charts (#2 on US Viral Charts), in national commercials, and on top blogs like the Huffington Post. She has received 7 Thomas Edison Music Awards, twice receiving Songwriter of the Year and Solo Act of the Year. It’s been said “she…has the kind of spark that makes stars” and, most especially as a live performer, she has an authenticity that regularly moves audience members to tears.


She is based outside of Saratoga Springs, NY. She records all her own music at home with her partner/producer Jimi W and is funded entirely by her community of fans on Patreon and across social media.



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