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Doctorow Center for the Arts

Home of the Catskill Mountain Foundation Piano Performance Museum

 

2014 Course Schedule

 

Podell Library and Art Collection

Sugar Maples Mission Statement

 

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The Mountain Cinema

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Kaaterskill Fine Arts

518 263 2060

New Show through July 27:
New Works by Ten Regional Artists
Featuring the work of Athena Billias, Naomi Blum, Annie Borgenight, Robert Cepale, Olive Farrell, Patti Ferrara, Francia, Karen Rhodes, Liz Smith and Sheila Trautman
Friday, Saturday, Sunday through June 1, 2014

An ever changing selection of fine arts and exquisite crafts.

 

Village Square Bookstore & Literary Arts Center

518 263 2050

A gathering place for those that love to read, write, listen and discuss.

 

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Visit Our Blog!

Visit Our Blog!

Visit our blog for fascinating interviews with our featured performers; meet our staff; and much more!

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"From Classics to Jazz," featuring works by Beethoven, Brahms, Gershwin, Wild, Milhaud, and Joplin

"From Classics to Jazz," featuring works by Beethoven, Brahms, Gershwin, Wild, Milhaud, and Joplin

With Tatiana Goncharova and Joanne Polk, pianists; Grigory Kalinovsky, violinist; and friends
Verbal program notes provided by Dr. Jeffrey Langford

Friday, August 1, 2014, 8:00 pm
Doctorow Center for the Arts

7971 Main Street, Village of Hunter

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The Sound of the 1790s

The Sound of the 1790s

Kenneth Cooper Performing on Historic Pianos from the Piano Performance Museum

Featuring works by Mozart, Clementi, Haydn, Mozart-Stadler, and Carr
and featuring
Dramatized Excerpts from Dussek's "The Sufferings of the Queen of France" with soprano Josephine Mongiardo as Marie Antoinette
Grigory Kalinovsky, violin

Saturday, August 2, 2014, 8 pm
Doctorow Center for the Arts, 7971 Main Street, Village of Hunter

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Ticket Sales are Now Open for Our 2014 Events!

Ticket Sales are Now Open for Our 2014 Events!

 

Download a Copy of our 2014 Performing Arts Brochure!

Download a Copy of our 2014 Performing Arts Brochure!

 

Mainly Greene: Discover the Catskill Mountain and Hudson Valley Arts Trail

Mainly Greene: Discover the Catskill Mountain and Hudson Valley Arts Trail

Discover the Catskill Mountains and Hudson Valley arts trail just a couple of hours from New York City, New England and Montreal. Experience world class art, dance, and music on (and off) Upstate New York's most charming Main Streets.

CLICK HERE to visit the site and learn more!

 

Our Vision

Our Vision

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Our Projects

Overview of all our projects and the facilities we have developed for them.

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Our Funders and Partners

Our Funders and Partners

Jarvis & Constance Doctorow Family Foundation
www.doctorowfoundation.org

Stewart's Shops
www.stewartsshops.com

Friends of the Orpheum
www.fotorpheum.org

The Bank of Greene County
www.thebankofgreenecounty.com

Great Northern Catskills
www.greatnortherncatskills.com

Ulster Savings Bank
www.ulstersavings.com

Greene County Council on the Arts
www.greenearts.org

New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA)
www.nysca.org

New York Council for the Humanities
www.nyhumanities.org

 

Support the CMF

We are constantly growing and finding new ways to enhance the experience of the Catskill Region and we need your support to make it happen.

 

The Orpheum Performing Arts Center and the Piano Performance Museum on The Today Show!

The Orpheum Performing Arts Center and the Piano Performance Museum on The Today Show!

The Catskill Mountain Foundation's Orpheum Performing Arts Center and the Piano Performance Museum were recently featured in a Today Show segment hosted by Mike Leonard. CLICK HERE to view the video!