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"tribes Hill Presents"

Solstice Press Release

The Golden Apple Coffeehouse will present 'Solstice 2007,' Tribes Hill's 6th Annual interfaith seasonal celebration concert on Sunday, December 16, at 3pm. The festive event will take place at St. Mark's Church, 85 East Main Street in Mount Kisco. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, with admission for children 12 and under $10. As seating is limited, advance ticket purchase is recommended. Tickets are available through the organization's website, on the Bulletin Board page.

Tribes Hill is a nonprofit amalgam of singer-songwriters from the greater Hudson River Valley based at the historic Hammond House in Valhalla. Hosted by award-winning storyteller Jonathan Kruk, the group's annual fundraiser is a gathering designed to give this commingling of disparate musical artists, both veterans and newcomers alike, the opportunity to share a broad variety of songs--traditional, original, contemporary and classic--from various cultures and in a variety of languages, to spotlight the diversity of celebration and underscore the commonality at the heart of festivities that take place this time each year.

Musicians who don't regularly play together will collaborate, incorporating the variable of audience participation, to create a unique synergy of style and experience in an age-old commemoration of the passing of darkness and the coming of light.

In addition to the music, a sumptuous array of home-baked holiday desserts and beverages will be available for purchase. Doors open at 2:30.