Calendar of Events

Jan
26
Sat
Leading Ladies Of Broadway @ Emelin Theatre
Jan 26 @ 8:00 PM
Leading Ladies Of Broadway @ Emelin Theatre |  |  |

Join us as four of Broadway’s finest female vocalists recreate their most memorable moments and celebrate some of the roles and musical selections that underscore the leading lady’s influence on “The Great White Way.”

Jan
31
Thu
Westchester Chordsmen Chorus in Concert at the Emelin Theater @ Emelin Theatre
Jan 31 @ 7:30 PM – 9:15 PM
Westchester Chordsmen Chorus in Concert at the Emelin Theater @ Emelin Theatre |  |  |

On Thursday, January 31st, 2019, the Westchester Chordsmen Chorus will appear in concert at the Emelin Theater in Mamaroneck, New York as part of the Emelin’s “Made In Westchester” program of events in 2019. The show is entitled: “The Westchester Chordsmen: Welcome to the Neighborhood.”

The Chordsmen are a renowned Westchester-based a cappella group. They enjoy spreading the joy and fun of singing show tunes, doo-wop, traditional, gospel and contemporary songs sung in the barbershop style of 4-part harmony. The song selection is a new compilation from their repertoire, featuring 15 chorus plus several quartet songs as well as sing-alongs with the audience.

Following a very successful Holiday Concert in Ossining in December, the Chordsmen are excited and proud to be part of the brand-new performance series that the Emelin Theatre calls ‘“Made In Westchester,” to celebrate the incredible artistry of some of the many talented performers of the Westchester area.”’ More information about the series can be found at emelin.org.

Date and Time: Thursday, January 31st, 2019 7:30pm
Location: Emelin Theater 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Tickets available at: emelin.org or 914-698-0098

The Westchester Chordsmen @ Emelin Theatre
Jan 31 @ 7:30 PM
The Westchester Chordsmen @ Emelin Theatre |  |  |

This “Made In Westchester’ event features the renowned Westchester-based a cappella group committed to musical excellence since it was founded and chartered in June, 1953.

Feb
1
Fri
Jams at Jay – The Brooklyn Bluegrass Collective @ Jay Heritage Center
Feb 1 @ 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Jams at Jay - The Brooklyn Bluegrass Collective @ Jay Heritage Center |  |  |

Chase away the midwinter blues with music at our 1907 Carriage House. Join us for “Jams at Jay” in 2019! Informal listening every First Friday – casual attire encouraged. The acoustics are incredible and so are the artists! Help us welcome the Brooklyn Bluegrass Collective for our debut “Jams at Jay” on February 1 from 7:00 – 9:30pm. Tickets on sale now at https://conta.cc/2Rph6ef

The acoustic musicians of Brooklyn form a community of vibrant artists who bring a variety of musical insight into the traditional canon of bluegrass tunes. With backgrounds in everything from trad jazz to Klesmer and zydeco, educations as far-reaching as Berklee School of Music and front porch pickin’, and influences that range from Bach to Ornette, the musicians of the Collective bring enormous breadth and depth to NYC bluegrass. The Brooklyn Bluegrass Collective captures the best of talent and spirit that resides in the roots music community of Brooklyn, New York. Zack Bruce and Jason Borisoff formed the Collective in the fall of 2014 to record and showcase the expanse of musicianship and style that defines the diverse bluegrass community of Brooklyn. As two musicians working in the scene themselves, Zack and Jason saw a need for an organized, comprehensive, and musically-rigorous Cooperative to catalog the dynamic sound of Brooklyn bluegrass.

JHC Members $20, General Admission $25. First set at 7:15pm. Second set at 8:45pm.

Sign up in advance for all 3 evenings of music! JHC Member $50, General Admission $65

Feb
15
Fri
Sounds from the Piazza: Italian Classical, Traditional and Contemporary Hits @ Larchmont Avenue Church
Feb 15 @ 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Sounds from the Piazza: Italian Classical, Traditional and Contemporary Hits @ Larchmont Avenue Church |  |  |

Welcome to Italy! The Woman’s Club of Larchmont will host the acclaimed, international concert violinist Dr. David Podles. Some of the most famous and celebrated Italian musical masterpieces, from the classical beauty of Vivaldi and Paganini to the opera classics of Rossini and Puccini, and from traditional tarantellas and mazurkas to selections of Italian-American music created by immigrants to the United States, will be presented.
David Podles began playing violin in his native country of Latvia. A laureate of three prestigious international competitions and a graduate of the Conservatory of Riga with a PhD in Music he went on to an illustrious career in symphony, chamber, opera and ballet. He has performed both solo and in ballet theatre orchestras including the Bolshoi and the Kirov and at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, and the 92nd Street Y.
The free program is open to the public.

Mar
1
Fri
Jams at Jay – Margaret McDuffie & Co. @ Jay Heritage Center
Mar 1 @ 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Jams at Jay - Margaret McDuffie & Co. @ Jay Heritage Center |  |  |

Chase away the midwinter blues with music at our 1907 Carriage House. Join us for “Jams at Jay” in 2019! Informal listening every First Friday – casual attire encouraged. The acoustics are incredible and so are the artists! Help us welcome Margaret McDuffie and Co. for our second “Jams at Jay” on March 1 from 7:00 – 9:30pm. Joining Margaret will be Steve Raleigh on guitar, Art Labriola on keys, and T. Xiques on drums. All are exceptional – Labriola is a winner of a Grammy, an Emmy, and a Clio. Buy tickets now https://conta.cc/2FEWZ5n

McDuffie can make you stare straight down the barrel of a tough current truth one minute, and the next have you thinking about how much pure, complex, welcome power lies in a simple love song.

The influences run deep, and though almost no music isn’t an influence, there are some key voices that lie under this sound: The Temptations, Elvis Presley, Neil Young, Odetta and Joni Mitchell. The arrangements have an old-fashioned feel though the message is insistently current, and the musicianship is always solid – at times downright sublime.While she writes jazz songs in both old and new styles, the jazz sensibility has added a whole new field of color across the her folksy blues and added a complexity and richness to the music that you don’t often hear.

JHC Members $20, General Admission $25. First set at 7:15pm; Second set at 8:45pm.

Sign up in advance for all 3 evenings of music! JHC Member $50, General Admission $65