Join us on New Year’s Day for one of our most popular events, the New Year’s Day Concert for Peace. This year’s concert is online, and will be available for viewing beginning at 2:00PM on January 1st, 2021. Visit www.CulturalArtsCo.com on New Year’s Day for the YouTube link.
Concert for Peace will feature performances from our homes, and a few highlights from outdoor events held earlier this year, in grateful acknowledgement of our medical professionals, first responders, business owners, and all who have worked to keep us safe and supplied in these challenging times. A tribute to those whom we have lost, and those who have fallen ill, or are struggling.
To support Concerts Around the Corner and the Cultural Arts Coalition, we gratefully accepted donations through our Facebook page www.facebook.com/CulturalArtsCo or at www.culturalartsco.com/donate.html
Our poetry readers are, Phyllis Polonkay, Judith Marano and Dr. Brandi D. Gestri, MD.
Performers include: Robert Zubrycki, Rachel Handman, Kristina Musser Gitterman, Nola Gitterman, Erica Spyres, violin; Adria Benjamin, viola, Eliot Bailen, Anik Oulianine, Katherine Cherbas, cello; Jennifer Tao, Jed Gaylin, Paul Staroba, piano; Susan Rotholz, flute; Keve Wilson, oboe; Shelagh Abate, horn; Mike Fahn, valve trombone; Mary Ann McSweeney, Bass; Erica Spyres, Andrew Paul Jackson, vocals, and BAILEN – Julia, David, and Daniel Bailen.
Questions? Please email to
or visit www.culturalartsco.com.
About The Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition
The Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating and sustaining cultural arts within the Town of Southeast and its surrounding region. TOSCAC was established as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation in August 2010 with the purpose, as detailed in the incorporation papers, “… to promote and raise funds for the development and effective management of affordable, accessible performance space that will provide citizens of the Town of Southeast opportunities to participate in and appreciate cultural arts, including lectures, theater, dance, film, music, visual arts, and inclusive community events.” Our current focus is the renovation of the Southeast Old Town Hall, a historic landmark within the Village of Brewster and a perfect venue to serve as a cultural hub. The Old Town Hall has been described as a “Jewel in the Center of Brewster” and its renovation will help foster the revitalization of downtown Brewster.