Music at the Museum Presents: Winds in the Wilderness
September 24 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Winds in the Wilderness
At the intersection of classical, jazz and world music, Winds in the Wilderness Concerts is shaping a new paradigm for music performance that resonates with the joyful connection between artists and audience. Their eclectic programs explore music from Baroque to Contemporary, Eastern, Jazz and Latin, including their own arrangements and new works created for them, making every program an adventure that delights listeners.
This performance will include works from Giuseppe Torelli, Claude Bolling, William Grant Still, John Myers, Duje Ellington, Arthur Honegger, Jacob Bittencourt, and Astor Piazzolla.
We request that all audience members wear a mask during this in-person performance.
Winds in the Wilderness is an award-winning ensemble that performs year-round at Church of St. John in the Wilderness in rural Copake Falls, NY.
Sharon Powers, artistic director, flute, piccolo, alto flute
Judith Dansker, oboe, English horn
John Myers, guitar, pipa, sitar
Ronald Gorevic, violin, viola
Pete Toigo, bass
Allan Dean, trumpet
Music at the Museum is brought to you at no charge thanks to generous sponsorship from Alison Nowak and Robert Cane.