One Day University Adding Premium Classes

Just a few months ago, One Day University was filling auditoriums around the country with people who love to learn. When the pandemic caused a shut down of all large gatherings, the... Read more »

Arts Groups Embrace E-vents Under Prolonged Social Distancing

Rather than cancel events and programming because of pandemic restrictions, arts groups throughout the Lower Hudson Valley are moving more of their programing online to stay engaged with audiences and donors. In... Read more »

Orchestrating Online Music Classes

The Hendrick Hudson High School auditorium and practice rooms may be silent, but the sound of orchestral music fills the air when teacher and orchestra director Lauren Morabito meets with her students... Read more »

Artistic Students Earn Regional Honors

Ossining High School (OHS) students Nia Doty and Zoe McLear recently won at the regional level of the National PTA Reflections competition for their artwork.   Each year, more than 300,000 students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12 submit original... Read more »

New Digital Music Class Is a Hit with Students

One senior has decided to study music in college  Ten students at Croton-Harmon High School are the first to take a new digital music class. It’s taught by industry veteran Michael Weinstein, who... Read more »

Local Authors, Local Books: A Bounty of Short Stories on Sleepy Hollow History 

Henry Steiner challenges us to reconsider the very nature of The Headless Horseman     Sleepy Hollow Stories is a fascinating new book by veteran writer and historian Henry John Steiner. The author has... Read more »

2020 Pleasantville Music Festival Cancelled

The Pleasantville Music Festival has announced that due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Village-run event scheduled for July 11th has been cancelled. This is the first time the Festival has been cancelled... Read more »

A Special Message from the Music Hall Board Chairman

Dear Music Hall Patron, As a successful business owner for 40 years, I know everyone is hurting right now, but I also know that there has never been a more important time... Read more »

Streaming Music to Pass Your Time this Weekend

As many of us finish up our first full week or more at home, its time to rethink what’s usually the best part of the week: the weekend. Though we can’t go out... Read more »

A Letter from the Tarrytown Music Hall

Dear Music Hall Friends, While our historic, 135-year-old theater is now closed as our area, our nation and the entire world responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will continue to keep you... Read more »