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Painting: "Dolmen in the Snow," Caspar David Friedrich, 1807
Painting: "Dolmen in the Snow," Caspar David Friedrich, 1807

Selections from Franz Schubert's "Winterreise" (Winter's Journey)

Part of the High Peaks Opera program "A Winter's Journey in Song," featuring bass-baritone George Cordes and pianist Elizabeth Cordes. Recorded in December 2011 at Calvary United Methodist Church, Long Lake, NY, as part of the Long Lake Friends of the Arts concert series.

HPO will host the annual Tri-Lakes Messiah Community Sing in Tupper Lake on December 8, 2013. For more information, go to the High Peaks Opera website.  Go to full article
Minor Swing live in the studio at NCPR
Minor Swing live in the studio at NCPR

Potsdam's Minor Swing brings their "Gypsy Jazz" back to NCPR's Studio

Potsdam's Minor Swing warmed up a sub-zero morning in the North Country with their own take on Django Reinhart-inspired "gypsy jazz" as they played live in our studio.  Go to full article
Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys onstage at Indian Lake. Photo: Barb Heller
Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys onstage at Indian Lake. Photo: Barb Heller

NCPR Music Video: Jim Gaudet & The Railroad Boys live in Indian Lake

August 20, 2012 was a great night at the Indian Lake Theater. Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys were rocking the house, and NCPR was broadcasting the concert live. If you missed the show, here's a little video sample--two songs recorded and produced by NCPR's Joel Hurd, and used by permission of the performers. Watch them play "If It Ain't Cajun I Ain't Gettin' Up" and "You Don't Know What I Know."  Go to full article

A Musical Gift for All with the GFSO

The Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Charles Peltz, and the GFSO Children's Chorus perform holiday favorites. Recorded live at Glens Falls High School December 11, 2011.  Go to full article
The Acoustic Brothers
The Acoustic Brothers

The Acoustic Brothers' anti-smoking song

The Acoustic Brothers are a quartet from Waddington, NY. They recently partnered with the St. Lawrence County Tobacco Program to record an anti-moking song.  Go to full article

The Orchestra of Northern New York performs Alton Clingan's Circle of Faith

The Orchestra of Northern New York under the direction of Kenneth Andrews performing Alton Clingan's Circle of Faith - The Words of Chief Seattle. Featuring The SilverCloud Singers with Leader Kevin Tarrant, Narrator Darren Bonaparte, and James VanDemark, Double Bass.  Go to full article

A North Country Christmas with the Glens Falls Symphony

The Glens Falls Symphony, under the direction of Charles Peltz, is joined by the GFSO Children's Chorus and singer & fiddler Lissa Schneckenburger and guitarist Bethany Waickman for a concert of holiday favorites. Recorded December 12, 2010.  Go to full article
Mark Elliot
Mark Elliot

Singer-songwriter Mark Elliot on String Fever (Hour 2)

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Mark Elliot gave a brilliant performance on String Fever with Barb Heller. This is the second hour of the program. The North Country's own Roy Hurd, an old friend of Mark's, joined in the lively conversation between songs.  Go to full article
Mark Elliot
Mark Elliot

Singer-songwriter Mark Elliot on String Fever (Hour 1)

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Mark Elliot gave a brilliant performance on String Fever with Barb Heller. This is the first hour of the program. The North Country's own Roy Hurd, an old friend of Mark's, joined in the lively conversation between songs.  Go to full article

Going Home performed by Dead Men's Hollow

Going Home was written by Pat Duniho, a North Country native who grew up alongside the Au Sable River in view of Whiteface mountain. He now lives in Plattsburgh, NY, where he's raising a daughter, teaching high school art, making his own instruments (including a fiddle and a mandolin,) painting, and writing songs. His daughter-in-law plays fiddle for DC-based Americana bad Dead Men's Hollow. The song will appear on their new CD, Angels' Share, due to be released September 21.  Go to full article

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