Calendar of Events
Calendar of Events
Songs of Protest 4

Saturday, October 24, 2020

Time: 7:00 pm
Streamed Online
Tickets: Free, $15, or $50 (per household)

This is the fourth annual celebration of the power of music to change society. This year's concert features Branford Marsalis, Suzanne Vega, Lady Jeanne and Sir James Galway, violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins, Tom Chapin, The Chapin Sisters, Billy Roues, Lorena Mann, Lula Pilar, Sam Waymon, Rita Harvey and Neil Berg, Adam Falcon, John Forster, Michael Mark, Alice Leon and a few surprises.

ArtsRock aims to bring its programs to all audiences and allows you to choose the price that suits your budget. Ticket prices are per household. If multiple people will be viewing, please consider purchasing a $15 or $50 ticket in support of our mission and outstanding programming.

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Harry Chapin: When In Doubt, Do Something

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

ArtsRock and Rivertown Film present

An Online Conversation with Tom Chapin and Elliott Forrest

Time: 7:00 pm
Streamed Online

Tom Chapin will discuss his brother with ArtsRock Artistic Director Elliott Forrest on Tuesday, October 27, via Zoom.

Tom Chapin is a musician, entertainer, singer-songwriter, storyteller, and the younger brother of Harry Chapin. From 1971 to 1976, Chapin hosted Make a Wish, a Sunday-morning children's TV series. Chapin takes part in the storytelling festival circuit and has been a Featured New Voices Teller at the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee. He has won Grammy Awards for three Best Spoken Word albums. He often appears at tribute concerts for his brother, along with many other members of his musical family. He, and The Chapin Sisters, will appear in ArtsRock's Songs of Protest 4 on April 24.

Shirley Crabbe - Jazz for Kids

Saturday, November 7, 2020

Time: 2:00 pm
Streamed Online
Tickets: Free, $15, or $30 (per household)

Play and sing along with the band, as Jazz vocalist Shirley Crabbe brings the music of Ella Fitzgerald "The First Lady of Song" and her fabulous friends Louie "Pops" Armstrong, Edward "The Duke" Ellington, and John "Dizzy" Gillespie to life in this family-friendly interactive virtual concert. Learn how they invented Jazz and how you can make music too.

Made possible by support by The ArtsWestchester.

Featuring: Jazz Vocalist Shirley Crabbe, David Budway - piano, Clovis Nicolas - bass, Paul Wendt - drums, John Castleman - trumpet, and James Song - saxophone.

ArtsRock aims to bring its programs to all audiences and allows you to choose the price that suits your budget. Ticket prices are per household. If multiple people will be viewing, please consider purchasing a $15 or $30 ticket in support of our mission and outstanding programming.

Simone Dinnerstein, classical piano

Sunday, November 15, 2020

Hosted by Robin Quivers, The Howard Stern Show

Music: Schubert and Glass

Time: 2:00 pm
Streamed Live from the Union Arts Center
Tickets: $10, $25, or $50 (per household)

The world-class classical pianist returns to the beautiful Union Arts Center to play a concert of Schubert and Philip Glass.

ArtsRock aims to bring its programs to all audiences and allows you to choose the price that suits your budget. Ticket prices are per household. If multiple people will be viewing, please consider purchasing a $25 or $50 ticket in support of our mission and outstanding programming.

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