Chamber Music Series begins Dec. 10

Program will feature members of the New York Philharmonic for Home for the Holidays concert and reception


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  • Ralph Alessi, trumpet




  • Gianna Alessi, vocals




  • Lee Musiker, piano




WARWICK — The Hudson Valley Performing Arts Foundation’s Chamber Music Series kicks off its 2017/18 season in the Mulder Chapel at the Warwick Conference Center on Sunday, Dec. 10.

This first in a series of three chamber music programs will Principal Trombone Joseph Alessi of the New York Philharmonic, Ralph Alessi on trumpet with the gifted vocals of Gianna Alessi along with pianist Lee Musiker and his trio.

The program will feature both classical and jazz favorites along with a wonderful selection of holiday classics.

The Mulder Chapel at the Warwick Center, located at 62 Warwick Center Road, is an intimate setting to experience this exquisite music performed by world renowned musicians.

Tickets are $40 for adults, $20 for students.

Post concert gala reception, at $50 donation, includes:

• Meet and greet the artists; and

• Includes cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.

To purchase tickets, visit the HVPAF Box online at www.hvpaf.org.





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