TO CONNECT AND TO HEAL THROUGH MUSIC IN OUR CHANGING WORLD

Dear Friends, Music Lovers and Supporters,

On behalf of our board of Directors, I am thrilled to announce the 2022 Jazz and Classics for Change (JCfC) season!

We hope you’ll join us to experience the transformative power of music performed by a remarkable and diverse group of outstanding world-class musicians. Our next 2022 season concert is on September 10 at Tydeman Farm (near Hudson, New York).

Your interest and steadfast support in our concerts enables us to bring exceptional musicians and superb music to our community. Thank you for helping us to realize this dream!



With best wishes and warm regards,



Gili Melamed-Lev
Artistic Director
Jazz & Classics for Change

September 10, 4:00 pm  — Tydeman Farm, 564 County Rt. 10, Germantown, New York

 KRISTA BENNION FEENEY, violin

DAVID CERUTTI, viola

MYRON LUTZKE, cello

ELIZABETH MANN, flute

JOHN FEENEY, bass

GILI MELAMED-LEV, piano


Members of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s — violinist Krista Bennion Feeney, flutist Elizabeth Mann, violist Devid Cerutti, cellist Myron Lutzke, and bass player John Feeney — join pianist Gili Melamed-Lev in a program of Latin songs for violin and double bass, Maurice Duruflé, Prélude, récitatif et variations for flute, viola and piano, and Franz Schubert's well known and beloved Trout Quintet.

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Free admission for children under 12.

Deduct $3 from the $48 ticket price if paying by check (contact us for our mailing address).

Adults - $48

Ages 12-21 - $12

November 12, 6:30 pm  — Mettabee Farm and Arts, Hillsdale, New York

JULIAN MÜLLER, cello

ANTHONY BRACEWELL, violin

GILI MELAMED-LEV,

JCfC artistic director and pianist

Two magnificent piano trios by Schubert (No.1 in B flat) and Beethoven (Archduke Trio) along with the premier of the Sonata for Viola and Piano by Brian Shea.

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PAST CONCERTS FROM THE 2022 SEASON:

April  — OUTREACH CONCERTS

Triform Community, Hudson, NY

Camphill Village Copake, Copake, NY

JESSICA TONG, violin   •   JULIAN MÜLLER, cello   •   GILI MELAMED-LEV, piano

May 7, 4:00 pm  — Tydeman Farm, 564 County Rt. 10, Germantown, New York

JULIAN MÜLLER, cello

ANTHONY BRACEWELL, violin

GILI MELAMED-LEV,

JCfC artistic director and pianist

Two magnificent piano trios by Schubert (No.1 in B flat) and Beethoven (Archduke Trio) along with the premier of the Sonata for Viola and Piano by Brian Shea.

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May  — OUTREACH CONCERT

Camphill Village Copake, Copake, NY

ANTHONY BRACEWELL, violin   •   JULIAN MÜLLER, cello   •   GILI MELAMED-LEV, piano

June 11, 4:00 pm  — Tydeman Farm, 564 County Rt. 10, Germantown, New York

Eugene and William return to JCfC with mezzo-soprano Susannah Woodruff, cellist Ronald Feldman and pianist Gili Melamed-Lev, with music by Beethoven (Irish Songs and String Trio), Schumann’s piano quartet and Eugene Drucker’s song cycle entitled “Of Troubled Times.”

EUGENE DRUCKER, violin

WILLIAM FRAMPTON, viola

RONALD FELDMAN, cello

SUSANNAH WOODRUFF,
mezzo-soprano

GILI MELAMED-LEV, piano

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June  — OUTREACH CONCERT

Camphill Village Copake, Copake, NY

EUGENE DRUCKER, violin   •   SUSANNAH WOODRUFF, mezzo soprano

WILLIAM FRAMPTON, viola   •   RONALD FELDMAN, cello

GILI MELAMED-LEV, piano

July 10, 6:00 pm  — The Mount, Lenox, Massachusetts

RAFI MALKIEL, trombone

ITAI KRISS, flute

FRANCO PINNA, percussion
JACK GLOTTMAN, piano

Grammy Award-winning Jazz trombonist Rafi Malkiel will be joined by Grammy-nominated flutist-composer Itai Kriss, pianist Jack Glottman, and percussionist Franco Pinna in a program entitled, “Music from Around the World.”

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July 24, 5:00 pm (dinner at 6:30 pm)  The Mount, Lenox, Massachusetts

P.S. A great gift idea: our CD release of the Music of Hope concert is available to purchase.              Click here for more information

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The Community Arts Grants are made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by CREATE Council on the Arts (Council for Resources to Enrich the Arts, Technology & Education).

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