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An ARTWALK

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Panel Discussion / Webinar / Q&A

Time: 7:00 pm
Streaming on Zoom
Tickets: Free Event, Ticket Required

An ARTWALK "Retrospective" event for 2020.

Due to Covid, we had to pivot and could not let the year go by without producing an event for you!

Join us for our live webinar/Q&A and meet the talented artists who's art became the poster piece over these last 14 years. See some of their new work and get to know what inspires them, what the ARTWALK event meant to them, and how these times may have affected their creativity.

You just might see a piece that speaks to you, or that would make for the best holiday present ever!

Live Panel Discussion Webinar and Q&A with ARTWALK Poster Artists. Moderated by Claire Bowes Sheridan with: Andy Golub, Mark Weiss, David Derr, Rolande Magliore, Richard Sutton, Sean Jones, Sona Viola, Eugene Lagana, Ronan Bowes, Walt Nygard, Cristina Biaggi, Michael Delaney, Jessie Taylor, and author Fran Smith.

Songs of Protest 4

Now Streaming Online

Streaming On Demand
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.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD FLYER (.pdf)

The Emperor's New Clothes

Now Streaming Online

The original Hans Christian Andersen story, more or less...

Streaming On Demand
Tickets: Free!

Adapted and Directed for the Stage, Video Edited by Elliott Forrest

Filmed by Myles Aronowitz/Lush Photography

FEATURING: Josie Rothman, Narrator Rick Apicella, King/Chief Officer Terese Giamarco, Swindler, Noah Morley, Stage Manager

FIRST PRESENTED: April 6, 2019 in Nyack, NY
Produced by ArtsRock.org

Shirley Crabbe - Jazz for Kids

Now Streaming Online

Streaming On Demand
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

Now Streaming Online

Hosted by Robin Quivers, The Howard Stern Show

Music: Schubert and Glass

Streaming On Demand
Tickets: $10, $25, or $50 (per household)

This concert will be available for streaming through November 30.

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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