Pawling Concert Series 2017-2018 Season
The Pawling Concert Series is entering its 44th Season! For over four decades we have brought hundreds of musicians to Pawling and have developed a strong audience for good music. The artists in this year’s Series will challenge, entertain, and excite you with their programming and superb musicianship.
Friday, April 27, 2018 • 8:00pm
Change of Group: We are sorry to announce that the group originally scheduled to perform in Pawling on April 27, 2018 has cancelled.
However, we are PLEASED to announce that on that date we will present The Galvanized Jazz Band.
Plan on foot-tapping Dixieland jazz, blues, rags from an ensemble that includes (but is not limited to) trombone, sax, clarinet, keyboard, vocal and more. They will perform in a relaxed "coffee house" setting with tables, snacks and plenty of room for dancing. Look for our future email, or visit our web site, for more information.
Friday, October 13, 2017 • 8:00pm
All Saints’ Chapel Classical music is thriving thanks to innovative young musicians and forward-thinking indie labels. This string quartet performs contemporary repertoire - and offers J.S. Bach, Mozart, Colin Jacobsen and Beethoven with their own distinctive style.
Friday, November 17, 2017 • 8:00pm
Gardiner Theater Gypsy jazz originated in Paris in the 30’s and these four jazz virtuosos, named after a Django Reinhardt tune, play dynamic arrangements of gypsy jazz standards and original compositions drawn from around the world. A very satisfying sound!
All Saints’ Chapel With a wide range of sounds and colors, with wit and joy in performing, this five member vocal ensemble from Germany is at home with the vocal music of the Renaissance, Baroque and Romantic periods. The artists revel also in singing pop, folk and jazz as well as oldies from the 1920’s.
Friday, April 6, 2018 • 8:00pm
Gardiner Theater Members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, one of 11 constituent companies of the celebrated performing arts complex, will play the music of Antonin Dvořák and Johannes Brahms – contemporaries and friends who drew mutual inspiration from each other. The program will feature Hungarian and Slavonic dances for piano four-hands, a Brahms piano trio, and a Dvořák piano quintet.
The Pawling Concert Series is presented, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council for the Arts,
with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature, and through funding from Dutchess Tourism,
administered by Arts Mid-Hudson, as well as with generous corporate support from Andron Corporation, Castagna Realty,
M&T Charitable Trust, Joseph Meunier and Sons, Joe Pietryka, Inc., The Book Cove, Bottini Fuel, Brook Farm Veterinary Center,
The Lois and Harvey Dann Foundation, Morales Communications, the Morini Family, the Elizabeth and Bill McGuinness Family,
Pawling Engineered Products, Pawling Corporation and Key Bank
It is possible to make contributions over and above the ticket price. You can contact us or make an online contribution by clicking here.