CONCERTS, WORKSHOPS, AND MORE
Hubbard Hall is a remarkable place to hear music. The space is intimate (the Hall seats 150 people), the acoustics are wonderful, and the audience is always lively and attentive.
Based on the legendary model of the Battenkill Chorale, Hubbard Hall is thrilled to launch its first-ever Youth Chorale in fall 2015. This group of teens will rehearse and perform as part of professional performances in the Hall and have opportunities to tour throughout the region to schools, community centers and retirement communities.
The group meets on Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00pm in the Hubbard Hall Mainstage.
Our 2015-16 Concert Series:
A beautiful evening of Irish Gaelic song, dance, and fiddle playing kept our toes tapping in October. Claire Nic Ruairí on vocals, Dylan Foley on traditional fiddle, and the Hubbard Hall Irish Step Dancers performed to a full house on Tuesday, October 13th at 7:00pm. See highlights from the concert here!
Hubbard Hall is proud to launch its first ever youth chorale this season for students from throughout our region. Join the Youth Chorale and the CCS Drama Club for an evening Broadway Hits and Holiday Tunes that are fun for the whole family!
December 4 & 5, at 7pm
Did you miss Showstoppers and Tree Toppers? Catch the highlights right here!
Internationally renown cellist Florian Kitt
Austrian cellist, Florian Kitt returns to Hubbard Hall. With a cello made by Shushan Luthier Geoffrey Ovington, his performance has been described as “masterly, a blazingly impressive exhibition of really big playing” by The Daily Telegraph. Florian Kitt is one of the best exponents of the contemporary cello repertoire. Following his debut at the Konzerthaus in Vienna 1964 he has appeared as soloist with many leading orchestras and conductors, giving cello recitals, and made numerous recordings of his extensive repertoire drawing from both classical and romantic works.
Local Singer-Songwriter and Musician Bob Warren
Hubbard Hall is thrilled to welcome back Bob Warren and his music that reflects a poetic artistry that is both articulate and evocative. From musicals to rock and everything in between, Bob’s music shares his humor, wit, and heart, while still staying true to his folk troubadour roots. His songs address a wide range of topics from a portrait of The Battenkill to an adrenaline rush of a song about his former noisy neighbors. He writes social commentary about the peace movement, born again philosophy, and ongoing debates on gun violence, yet keeps his humor when writing for the AARP crowd. Fun for the whole family, there are even catchy, soulful tunes that just feel good like a summer’s day at the beach – perfect for a springtime thaw!
TriBeCaStan is a group of seasoned players who bring together eclectic elements of jazz, world music, psychedelia and folk, using a wild variety of ethnic instruments from around the globe to create a sound that is completely original. Extraordinarily talented, various members of the band have played with artists, from Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Ornette Coleman and Sting to Patti Smith, Violent Femmes, Santana and Taj Mahal – to name just a few.
Sunday, May 22 at 7pm
$20 General Admission /$10 Student
For over twenty years, Music from Salem has been bringing chamber music from concert halls in the United States and Europe to Hubbard Hall audiences. Named “Best Summer Music Series for Adventurous Programming” by Metroland, the musicians of Music from Salem offer programs of an exciting diversity and scope usually found only in major cities.
2016 Music from Salem Concert Series at Hubbard Hall
Click the dates for specific program information or visit Music from Salem’s Page!
This includes cabaret performances by members of the Theatre Company at Hubbard Hall and the Hubbard Hall Opera Theatre, local musicians and other performers with connections to the area.
Local young musicians enjoy opportunities to perform in the excellent acoustics of the Hall with the benefit of a fine Steinway grand piano. The Battenkill Chorale considers Hubbard Hall its rehearsal home. Local traditional musicians host a weekly Tune Jam and play for monthly contra dances and accompany the Hubbard Hall Irish Step Dancers. Monthly Drum Circle is a popular gathering for making music in community. Various private and group lessons are offered for vocalists and instrumentalists at all levels, including popular Music Together Eenie Meenie Music classes, Dr. Banjo/Wernick method Bluegrass Jam workshops and the Hubbard Hall Youth Chorale.
Recurring Community Music events: