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Preview: Violinist Soovin Kim in Saranac

This Sunday, American music is the theme of a concert which will take place in the hamlet of Saranac. It's also a homecoming for one of the most gifted classical musicians to come out of the North Country. Joel Hurd has a preview.  Go to full article
Plattsburgh's Tom McNichols (2nd from left) and the guys of <i>Cantus</i>
Plattsburgh's Tom McNichols (2nd from left) and the guys of Cantus

Preview: Cantus in Plattsburgh Sunday

Hill and Hollow Music presents Cantus on its "Northern Lights" 10th anniversary chamber music series this Sunday (3 pm) in the Giltz Auditorium at Plattsburgh State University. Todd Moe talks with Cantus bass Thomas McNichols, a Plattsburgh native.  Go to full article
The Church in the Hollow hosts many "Hill and Hollow" concerts
The Church in the Hollow hosts many "Hill and Hollow" concerts

Hill and Hollow Celebrates 10th Anniversary

The Hill and Hollow Music Series, based in Saranac, is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The theme this year is "Northern Lights". Over a dozen musical "luminaries" who were born or raised in the North Country will come back to the area this year. The season kicks off Sunday afternoon in Plattsburgh with a Rossini Opera Gala, featuring Plattsburgh native Rockwell Blake and the Orchestra of Northern New York. Todd Moe talks with Angela Brown about Hill and Hollow's 10th season.  Go to full article

Preview: Chamber Trio Strata

Hill and Hollow Music begins its ninth season of Sunday afternoon concerts this weekend with a world class trio performing in the village of Saranac. Joel Hurd has a preview.  Go to full article

Preview: New Hollywood String Quartet in Saranac

This Sunday afternoon a little bit of Hollywood comes to the village of Saranac as Hill and Hollow Music presents four of the busiest string musicians in the film industry in a concert of traditional classical music and pieces inspired by the films of Alfred Hitchcock. Joel Hurd has a preview.  Go to full article

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