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Upcoming Concerts/Special Events

January 2023 Concerts/Special Events

Concert- Yvette Sings Ronstadt 2023!Concert: Yvette Sings Ronstadt 2023!, Adults

Sunday, January 29, 2:00 – 3:15 PM

Yvette includes new songs from Linda Ronstadt’s vast repertoire which includes her Rock and Roll years with the Stone Pony, Country songs with Dolly Parton and Emily Lou Harris (“Trio”), The Grammy Award winning album (“Round Midnight”) and Spanish songs from her Latin Grammy Award Winning Album (“Canciones de Mi Padre.”)

February 2023 Concerts/Special Events

Vincent and Emily RicciardiConcert: “That’s Amore!”, Adults

Sunday, February 5, 2:00 PM

Husband and wife duo, Vincent and Emily Ricciardi, share some of the most famous love duets and ballads of the 21st Century. In this show, the focus is on love; and a wide range of music genres have been hand selected to share with the audience – Opera, Broadway, Jazz, Pop and many more! This power house singing couple share the love duets of: Andrea Bocelli & Celine Dion, Mario Lanza & Maria Callas, Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers…and many more! This is a cozy show for Valentine’s Day, and will surely warm the heart.

valerie dilorenzoSpecial Virtual Programs: Sip and Sing LOVE SHOW with Valerie Di Lorenzo, Adults **Virtual**

Sunday, February 12, 5:00 PM

Join us for the “Love Show” with Valerie di Lorenzo.  In the comfort of your home Relax into an upbeat and FUN environment – with friends and family – all SINGING-A-LONG to Love songs from Hollywood, Broadway, the Great American Songbook, pop, and more! We provide the lyrics; you bring your voice and sense of fun, hot cocoa or wine. Guaranteed to lift you up during these long winter days.  

Scott JoplinSpecial Virtual Programs: Scott Joplin Biography – “King of Ragtime”, Adults **Virtual**

Thursday, February 16, 7:00 PM

Ragtime was a sensation that overtook the United States at the turn of the 20th century and Scott Joplin was the man responsible for bringing it into the forefront. A classically trained musician, Joplin’s lifelong goal was to see ragtime accepted as a serious artform. His life was tragically cut short and Joplin never saw many of his dreams fulfilled. Learn about what made ragtime so special as we delve into the details of his life and enjoy select pieces by the king of ragtime writers.

Gail StormConcert: Blues Divas of the 1920s – Gail Storm LIVE, Adults

Sunday, February 26, 2:00 PM

Join Gail Storm, Long Island’s celebrated blues pianist, singer/songwriter, known for her blues stylings and treatment of boogie-woogie will offer a multi-media presentation celebrating the Blues Divas from the 1920’s-understanding the women and the power of their music via commentary, audio recordings, video, and live performance. Such greats as Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, and Alberta Hunter-among others-will be honored.

January 2023 Concerts/Special Events

Concert: Gene Casey SOLO, Adults

Gene Casey will perform his solo acoustic style foot stompin’ roots blues/country/folk and original music. Come on and stomp your feet with us!

Concert: Sound Healing and Guided Imagery, Adults

Join Donna Nesteruk as she uses crystal singing bowls that produce powerful vibratory sound waves which resonate deeply within the body. Other meditative sounds are also combined during this session to allow for a restorative and relaxing experience creating a peaceful calm within.

Special Virtual Musical Programs: Sip and Sing with Valerie DiLorenzo via Zoom, Adults **Virtual**

Start the year on a high note! Join us for a new and exciting kind of virtual entertainment. Relax into an upbeat environment – with friends and family – all SINGING-A-LONG to songs from Hollywood film, the Great American Songbook, pop, and more! We provide the lyrics; you bring your voice and sense of fun. Guaranteed to lift you up during these long winter days.

Special Virtual Musical Programs: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – “The Man Behind The Music”: A Musical Biography, Adults **Virtual** 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was the reigning god of classical music in Vienna during the mid-to-late 1700s. His life has been analyzed in books and even films, but little is known of the circumstances surrounding his untimely death. Take a glimpse into the world of one of music’s biggest heroes as we appreciate his genius and attempt to untangle the mystery. Join Dan Lupo, creator of Five-Minute Mozart, for this composer biography.

Previously Posted Concerts

Click The Year Below For A Listing Of Virtual Concerts That Were Performed! 

Please keep checking back for the next scheduled Virtual Concert!

Live with Carnegie Hall

Join the new online series, Live with Carnegie Hall, and be witness some of the world’s finest artists as they share behind-the-scenes stories, excerpts from past performances, and live musical moments.

If you are interested in viewing concerts, please see the following:

The Museum of Modern Art has complied a list of songs about art!

The Staller Center is happy to offer you new resources from their very own Instrument Petting Zoo (IPZ). You can also download music education workbooks and create music together at home.


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