We are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will resume stage performances when it is safe for our guests and performers.
This year the Remsen Arts Center will present a series of online concerts titled Remsen Streaming Series 2020. All videos will be available by 7PM on the concert date.
The schedule is as follows:
Nov 6 – Melissa Grace Clark. Singer/songwriter/guitarist performing original music. More info at www.melissagclark.com
Nov 13 – D’Funk’D. Nine piece pop horn band featuring five horns, rhythm section, and vocals performed by music teachers from throughout Central New York. More info at www.facebook.com/dfunkdband/
Nov 20 – Ryan Quinn. Vocalist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist talent. Nationally recognized on Season 10 of “The Voice” and touring singer for Postmodern Jukebox. More info at www.ryanquinnmusic.com.
Nov 27 – Chesapeake Chamber Group. Bassoon, oboe, and clarinet trio of symphony performers present modern classics.
Dec 4 – Dan Evans. Professional jazz pianist for over sixty years performs piano renditions on the Remsen Arts Center Steinway Grand.
Dec 11 – Rustic Riders. This duo craft new songs with traditional roots and their love of traditional tunes. More info at www.rusticriders.net.
Dec 18 – Dominic Fiacco. Fifteen year old piano and organ prodigy. At fourteen placed third in his age group at the Steinway Competition. He is a three-time winner in the Central New York Music Teachers Association piano competitions. After one performance in 2019 a group from the audience all agreed that he was “beginning to ascend to world-class status.”
The concerts will be webcast on the Remsen Arts Center website, www.remsenartscenter.org, beginning on the specified date. The videos will remain on the site for a timeframe yet to be determined. Besides the fee Remsen Arts Center has agreed to pay performers they will be offering a PayPal donate button for each performance that will be split 80/20, 80% going to performers. Please offer your support for the exceptional talent and help keep the Remsen Arts Center mission viable.
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 Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by CNY Arts. Additional funding provided by the Village of Remsen, Remsen Arts Center Members, and donations.