36 Bridge Street
Montgomery NY 12549
We offer five free concerts a season plus several speacial concerts indicated by **. All concerts are on Sundays at 3 p.m. unless noted otherwise and are held at the Senior Center, 36 Bridge Street, Montgomery. Some of the musicians are on YouTube and have their own websites. Visit them; they love to have company.
The Grand Montgomery Chamber Series continues with our 25th Season with a previously unscheduled FREE concert on Saturday, November 17th at 8:00pm at the Senior Center, 36 Bridge Street, Montgomery.
We are presenting one of the world's greatest bassos, Kevin Maynor. His pianist is Eric Olsen. Kevin will sing songs of Brahms, Mahler, Mussorgsky and Schubert.
This concert is free, no tickets required - just show up. We thank a former Corporate Champion of the Arts, Ed Devitt Management for his very generous sponsorship which makes this remarkable concert possible.
The Pine Bush Community Band will present their annual holiday concert. They are fun -- the music is joyous-- and it’s free to one and all.
Pianist Frederick Moyer has performed in 41 countries over a 25-year period. “First-class…His playing is clean, unmannered and full of ideas and intelligence” -- The New York Times. I can quote a few dozen other rave reviews from all over the world. I never saw him play, but with those great reviews plus 25 years of touring all over the world, he must be reasonably decent.
The wonderful bass-baritone Elex Lee Vann will perform familiar and original selections that passionately seek an achievement of peace, respect and freedom for all people. Elex will perform poetry by Langston Hughes and Delrose Bramewell arranged to music. Free to all.
The Chiara String Quartet has been together for 12 years and has a reputation for bringing fresh excitement to traditional quartets. The Boston Globe critic raved about their “highly virtuosic edge-of-the-seat playing.” The quartet has served as the artists-in-residence at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Chamber Music Institute since 2005 and has played in many major concert halls throughout the world.
The Simon String Quartet is back for their third concert. Why are they back? Many people, including Judy and I, think they are wonderful!!!! Fiona Simon is in the first section of the NY Philharmonic and the others should be there as well. Where else can you see and hear great artists in person for the modest price of free? This is part of the Memorial Day weekend and if you have made arrangements to go out of town, please cancel and come to this concert instead.