World class musicians on faculty with the Preparatory Division of The Bard College Conservatory of Music share the stage with talented young musicians under their tutelage. hudsonoperahouse.org.
Presented by Classics on Hudson at the Hudson Opera House, these future stars of classical music are joined by soprano Amy Palomo, clarinetist Nicholas Lewis, violinist Jaram Kim, and pianist Renana Gutman.
Spanning more than 200 years of music with selections from Mozart to Rodgers and Hammerstein, kids are also invited to a free instrument petting zoo following the concert, which is free and open to the public, on Sunday, May 3 at 3pm. For information or to make a reservation, call (518) 822-1438 or visit
The mission of the Preparatory Division of The Bard College Conservatory of Music is to offer young people between the ages of 2 and 18 the joy of studying music in the context of a first-class conservatory. The early study of music brings important benefits to young people, touching many areas of their lives: language, motor and social skills, and an appreciation for the value of diligent effort. Most important, music enriches the young person's life and provides a lifetime of enjoyment.
About Classics on Hudson
Classics on Hudson seeks to enrich the cultural life of the greater Hudson community by presenting concerts that span the classics to the contemporary, performed by internationally celebrated artists. We serve to promote understanding and enjoyment of music through educational and concert experiences for audiences of all ages. classicsonhudson.wordpress.com
About Hudson Opera House
The Hudson Opera House offers a year-round schedule of arts and cultural programming in the former Hudson City Hall, which houses New York State’s oldest surviving theatre. Ongoing programs include concerts, readings, lectures, exhibitions, theater and dance presentations, after-school programs, workshops, classes, and community arts events like the annual Winter Walk on Warren Street.
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