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Angelica comes to Croton; Textiles at Croton Free Library

July 6, 2015

Croton Council on the Arts would like to bring you news of these upcoming arts events in Croton-on-Hudson:

Don’t miss this concert with two reknowned choirs:

Music without Borders : Angelica and the Coro Hispano-Alemán Berlin
Angelica Women’s Chamber Choir

Friday, July 17, 2015, 7:30 PMAsbury United Methodist Church, 17 Old Post Rd. South

The collaborative program will feature American, German and Sephardic music. Angelica will sing an American program featuring folk hymns, revival songs, and modern works, including a piece written for Angelica by composer Julie Dolphin. The Coro Hispano-Alemán Berlín, in the U.S. on a short Chorus Foreign Exchange, will sing German works by Brahms and Mendelssohn. The two choirs will join together to sing Sephardic music from Spain. Our guest artists are Rex Benincasa on percussion and Jerry Celestino on guitar.  Please join Angelica for this free hour-long event, which is offered in gratitude for all the support it has been given over the years.

If you miss this concert, you can catch it on Saturday, July 18, 2015, 7:30 PM, at the St. Matthew’s Church, 616 Warbuton Ave. Hastings-on-Hudson
or again on Sunday, July 19, 2015, 3:00 PM at the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer, 869 Lexington Ave. at 66th St. in Manhattan.


In the Ottinger Room of the Croton Free Library in July & August:

Mary McFerran: Sewn

Opening Reception – Thursday, July 96-8pm

“Sewn” is a solo exhibit of artwork by Mary McFerran. The show features textile pieces that the artist has created since 2011, when she began experimenting with embroidery and other surface manipulation techniques. Ms. McFerran describes her work as personal narrative, frequently inspired by political and emotional themes.

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