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Simon Feldman's Revival - Streaming Now!

Simon Feldmans Revival - Streaming Now

A documentary about the volunteers, musicians and community at Clearwaters's Great Hudson River Revival Music Festival. It is a powerful behind the scenes tribute to Pete Seeger by Tribes Hill friend and filmmaker, Simon Feldman.

Congratulations Simon!



The Levins - Rally for Love - Saturday, December 2

The Levins - Rally for Love - Saturday, December 2

The Levins

with special guest: Soren Song

7th Annual Rally for Love

Saturday, December 2

7:30 PM

Nyack Center

58 depew Aveenue, Nyack, NY


Alison Tupay and the Wilderness String Quartet - Union Church - December 3

Alison Tupay and the Wilderness String Quartetnbsp- Union Church - December 3

Union Church of Pocantico Hills will present a classical music concert to benefit MusicWorks at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 3 in the Parish Hall. The concert features mezzo soprano Alison Tupay and the Wilderness String Quartet in a program that will include the world premiere of songs composed by William Eckfeld set to the poetry of Emily Dickinson, as well as additional repertoire from female composers and opera arias.

Tickets for the concert are $25 for adults and $15 for children or students with a valid ID. Union Church of Pocantico Hills is located at 555 Bedford Road, Pocantico Hills, NY.

Founded 15 years ago in partnership with the Tarrytown public schools, MusicWorks is a community organization that provides one-to-one music lessons and cultural opportunities to talented musical students from Sleepy Hollow High School with economic need. As part of its community outreach program, Union Church of Pocantico Hills is aiding MusicWorks in several capacities.

Alison Tupay’s operatic credits include Der Trommler (Der Kaiser von Atlantis), Sesto (La clemenza di Tito), Jocasta (Oedipus Rex), Rosina (Il barbiere di Siviglia), and Pitti-Sing (The Mikado). Her orchestral credits include Mahler’s Symphonies Nos. 2 and 3, Verdi’s Requiem, Mozart’s Requiem, and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. She is a graduate of Boston University and The Juilliard School.

The Wilderness Quartet—Rebecca Eckfeld, violin; William Eckfeld, piano; Steven Miller, clarinet; and Carole Tilson, cello—made its debut in July 2015 and have performed together over many years as members of the Norwood Trio (flute/clarinet, violin/viola, cello), founded in 1990, and as members of the Trio d’été (piano, violin, cello), founded in 2013.

William Eckfeld was the orchestra director at White Plains High School from 1987-2013. A graduate of Eastman School of Music, he was a member of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and Dallas Symphony Orchestra before beginning his career in music education. William also studied at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz, Austria, and earned his Masters degree from Lehman College in New York, where he studied composition with John Corigliano. As a composer, Eckfeld has written numerous works for chamber groups, soloists and orchestras.


River Spirit Music - Antje Duvekot / Bruce T. Carroll - December 16

River Spirit Music - Antje Duvekot  Bruce T. Carroll - December 16

Antje Duvekot with Bruce T. Carroll

Saturday, December 16, 2023
8:00 PM 10:00 PM
River Spirit Music

Antje has extensive touring experience, crisscrossing the US and Europe many times. She is a compelling live performer and has been invited to play some of the top festivals including The Newport Folk Festival as well as the Mountain Stage, Philadelphia and Kerrville Festivals. Internationally, she’s headlined The Celtic Connections Festival in Scotland and the Tønder Festival in Denmark. She’s the winner of some of the top songwriting awards, including the Grand Prize in the John Lennon Songwriting Competition, the prestigious Kerrville (TX) “Best New Folk Award” and, in one of the nation’s top music markets, the Boston Music Award for “Outstanding Folk Act”, three of the top prizes in the singer-songwriter world.

Bruce T. Carroll - Over the span of six years, three albums, two singles, widespread airplay, and knockout reviews, Bruce T Carroll has established himself as an Americana artist with a social conscience and a deft lyrical touch. Using irony and imagery as tools in trade, Bruce’s work has been described by No Depression magazine as “devilishly brilliant”, “intensely beautiful”, and “a fine commentary on America’s past”. His signature songs When Two Worlds Collide, Fox in the Henhouse, and Lift Your Head Up continue to get good airplay worldwide, spotlighting the refugee crisis and political upheaval at home and abroad. His latest release, “First Bird To Sing” is an exploration of love and loss and “a brilliant album that attacks the dark side with a tac flashlight and hope”, solidifying Bruce’s reputation as a “singular talent that deserves admiration” (Midwest Record).

Our House Concert Series presents touring artists from around the world performing music ranging from Americana, folk, bluegrass, roots, blues, jazz and World music in an intimate setting in a private home in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.


Tribes Hill Song Circle Gatherings

Monthly First Monday Gatherings nbspHave Been Discontinued Impromptu Tribes Hill Gatherings Encouraged
A Tribes Hill Gathering at George Gierer's home.

Although the traditional first Monday gatherings had been suspended, due in part to Covid, the opportunity to host an impromptu gathering of the host's design, any day of the week, is encouraged now.

In the past, Tribes Hill held monthly gatherings that included a song circle on the first Monday of every month. Sometimes we would change the date to accommodate holidays. They began at 6:30 with dinner prep and music. We served our traditional pasta and salad dinner with potluck additions at 7 pm. After dinner, music would continue until about 10:30 with a collaborative song share with our friends.

Email Rick Rock at or phone him at (914) 564-9212 if interested in hosting a gathering.