Program Description: In honor of Dolly Parton’s 75th birthday, explore non-fiction works (books, films, podcasts, interviews) about Dolly Parton’s life and career. A list of potential titles and a special Spotify playlist of 75 Dolly Parton songs is available on the Non-Fiction Book Club page of our website.
Date/Time: Monday, January 25, 6pm via Zoom
Register: Email Mark Orton, Library Board President and facilitator of the book group, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518-828-1792 x101 for Zoom link.
Program Description: We continue our 2019 Music in the Stacks, a series of free Sunday afternoon concerts hosted by Hudson area youth organization, with NorthWinds, a bassoon ensemble. They are facilitated by student members of the Hudson City School District’s Tri-M Music Honor Society led by instrumental music teacher and News Channel 13 Top Teacher, Scott Vorwald.
Date/Time: Sunday, September 8, 4-5:30pm
This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Greene County Council on the Arts.
Program Description: Join us at a private Hudson home for a Salon Concert with distinguished Hungarian pianist, Gabor Csalog. Mr. Csalog will perform works by Bach, Bartok, and Beethoven. A reception with hors d’houvres and wine will follow. Ticket sales benefit the library.
Gabor Csalog is one of Hungary’s most distinguished pianist today. He was trained at the Ferenc Liszt Academy under Zoltan Kocsis and Andras Schiff. He completed his studies under György Sebõk at Indiana University. He teaches at the Bela Bartok Conservatory and is a professor of chamber music at the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy.
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 13 at 6 PM
Registration:Purchase tickets online, or stop by the main desk at the library to pay by check or credit card in person. Tickets are $40. For further information, call 518-828-1792 x101 or email email@example.com
Program Description: While Pamela Badila is on summer hiatus, Sam Gruber, Summer Reading teacher and Library Assistant, reads and tells traditional stories from around the world with music, performance and crafts for children and their families.
Date/Time: Sundays, 1-2pm. July 1 through August 26.
Recapture the magic of the Armory dance parties of past years at Spring Fling Swing on Saturday,May 19, 7-10pm!
Co-sponsored by the City of Hudson Senior Center, this program is free and open to all ages. The Fabulous Versatones will play while you dance the night away in the Library’s Community Room. Refreshments will be served. So bring your dance shoes and your attitude and get ready to swing to music from the 40s, 50s, and 60s.Continue reading →
There will be a Salon Concert to benefit the library on Sunday, May 6 at 4pm at a private home in Hudson. A reception with hors d’hoeuvres & wine will follow. Tickets are $40 per person.
A member of Brooklyn-based chamber orchestra The Knights, violinist Emily Daggett Smith embraces their championship of classical masterpieces and advocacy for new music in her own solo recitals, imparting her “gracefulness and easy rapport” (Boston Globe) to a program of mixed repertoire. She is joined by pianist Tanya Gabrielian, hailed by the London Times as a “pianist of powerful physical and imaginative muscle,” who has captivated audiences worldwide with her gripping performances.
They will perform an intimate recital of works by Janacek, Saariaho, Pärt, Mozart, and Franck.
Click hereto reserve a seat online or stop by the main desk at the library to pay by check or credit card in person. For further information call 518.828.1792 x101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you have made a reservation you will be given the address of the home.
The Hudson Area Library is proud to present a sneak preview of the World Premiere of Mortality Mansions on Friday, March 24 at 6pm in the library’s Community Room.
Mortality Mansions is a song cycle by Grammy Award-winning composer Herschel Garfein and distinguished American poet Donald Hall, former Poet Laureate of the United States (2006 – 2007). The song cycle explores themes of love, sexuality, and bereavement in old age. This project was created in collaboration with The Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University, the Program in Narrative Medicine at Columbia Medical Center, and Sparks & Wiry Cries, for their Casement Fund Song Series, with special thanks to Barnard College and Columbia University School of the Arts. We are honored to offer this sneak preview at the Hudson Area Library. It will be premiered at Barnard at the end of March. Continue reading →
The Hudson Area Library proudly presents the first event in a new monthly cultural family program, Music and Stories from the Americas, on Tuesday, December 6 at 6pm. Families will learn about the specific cultures of peoples living in the Americas through children’s stories, history, food, and music. This program of celebration and community gathering will be in English and Spanish. Come to learn about culture, pick up a word or two in a language you may or may not be familiar with and enjoy delicious food in a friendly, festive setting.
Juan Sanchez, musician and member of Arm-of-the-Sea Theater Company, will utilize children’s literature, songs and the history of specific regions in Central and South America to introduce children and their families to the rich culture that exists in our two continents.