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Arches in Sound Concert

Join the Southern Tier Singers’ Collective for a stunning concert.
Ralph Vaughan Williams’s soaring Mass in G Minor for double choir forms the centerpiece of this concert, which also features the late Romantic English choral works of CV Stanford and Renaissance polyphony of Raphaella Aleotti in the marvelous acoustics of Saint Patrick’s Church.
This concert is free. Donations are accepted.

The Binghamton Community Orchestra is proud to present Nordic Treasures, a selection of works that evoke the untamed nature of the sea. The featured work is Arctic Song by Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara which blends the colors of the symphony orchestra with recorded sounds of arctic birds. Sua Choi is our Southern Tier Music Association competition winner. She will perform the first movement of the Bruch Violin Concerto. Pre-concert talk at 2:15 pm.

This FREE vocal program will take the audience on a captivating journey through the complex and passionate emotions of the French Romantic era. In this recital, we explore the depths of human experience through love, loss, cultural mixing, and the profound connection to nature. Each section of the program represents a facet of the French Romantic soul. Music By: Bizet, Fauré, Dell’Aqua, Delibes, Poulenc, Viardot, And More! FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC! You are also welcome to purchase tours of the mansion in person at the event.

This FREE vocal program will take the audience on a captivating journey through the complex and
passionate emotions of the French Romantic era. In this recital, we explore the depths of
human experience through love, loss, cultural mixing, and the profound connection to nature.
Each section of the program represents a facet of the French Romantic soul. Music By: Bizet,
Fauré, Dell’Aqua, Delibes, Poulenc, Viardot, And More! FREE and OPEN to the public!

Keith Alcius, Tuba
Pej Reitz, Piano

Join us for an evening of enchanting melodies and familiar tunes as we celebrate the splendor of the holiday season with the rich, resonant tones of the tuba and the delicate accompaniment of the piano. This captivating recital will feature a selection of beloved holiday classics.

Whether you’re seeking a cherished family tradition or a unique holiday experience, “Home for the Holidays” is an event you won’t want to miss. Gather your loved ones and prepare to be enveloped in the spirit of the season as we ring in the holidays with the harmonious sounds of the tuba and piano.

The Southern Tier Singers’s Collective presents: Atomic Love at Atomic Tom’s. Join us for our first concert of the season! STSC performs contemporary a cappella and vocal jazz selections – what’s old is new again! This concert is free and open to the public – all are welcome.

Maestro Ustad Shafaat Khan
Sunday, October 15, 2023 at 2:00 PM
Tickets:
$27; or $25 for Senior Citizens & Students

Maestro Khan, world-renowned Indian Classical musician, son of Ustad Imrat Khan and nephew of Ustad Vilayat Khan, has enthralled audiences all around the world performing at many prestigious Concert Halls, festivals, universities, museums, and more. Recently, he performed with Stevie Wonder at the Bonnaroo Festival, one of the biggest festivals in the USA. In addition, some of his CDs have been produced by the famous Dr. Deepak Chopra. His unique concert presentations include Indian classical/folk music on Sitar, Tabla and vocal, Sufi inspired compositions, and a multi-cultural fusion ranging from western classical, jazz, and rock, to pop, flamenco, and African rhythms. For more, visit: MusicalBeats.net

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Please note: All dates, times, locations, performers, and prices are subject to change.

Join us for 30+ local vendors, food, live music, and SO MUCH Fall fun!!!

Saturday, September 23rd
10am – 3pm
356 Kattelville Road, Binghamton, NY

First Apple Cider Mimosa included! LIVE Music!

The Kilmer Family splashed their name across the Binghamton and were known around the world. Built in 1898 for the Kilmer Family, Kilmer Mansion is part home and part castle. Whether you’ve always wondered what the inside of the Mansion looks like, or you just can’t wait to experience it again, a visit during ‘Mimosas at the Mansion’ is a great way to explore the history and architecture of the magnificent Kilmer Mansion.

After you have explored all three levels – relax with us in the Grand Parlor for more cidermimosa sipping! $5 (cash) for each additional cidermimosa.

*The first floor of Kilmer Mansion is accessible; however, floors two and three are reached only by using the stairs
*21 or older to attend

Set amidst the beauty of Cutler Botanic garden in full bloom, Much Ado in the Garden promises a captivating experience for attendees of all ages.

Immerse yourself in the world of English Renaissance as you enjoy a day filled with live music, theater performances, and an array of costumed characters. The festival will feature performances by the Madrigal Choir of Binghamton, an abridged version of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” by the Half Light Theater Company, Morris Dancers, and a lute performance by Allen Lutins.
While you enjoy the garden, children and adults can participate in face painting, arts & crafts provided by the Dept. of Public Art, games, scavenger hunts with prizes, and even a costume parade. There is much more including spinning demonstrations, vendors, raffles, and plant sales.
Admission to this event is free; however, donations are kindly encouraged to support the event and Cutler Botanic Garden.

Much Ado in the Garden has been made possible, in part, by a generous project grant from the Broome County Arts Council’s United Cultural Fund.
For more information about the event, including a detailed schedule of activities and performances, please visit ccebroomecounty.com/events.