Free New Year’s Eve Concert at Old Dutch, Kingston
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Free New Year’s Eve Concert at Old Dutch, Kingston

Free New Year’s Eve Concert at Old Dutch, Kingston

Ars Choralis, led by Artistic Director Barbara Pickhardt, and in collaboration with the City of Kingston and Old Dutch Church, is pleased to announce its free New Year’s Eve concert at Old Dutch Church, Kingston, Sunday, December 31, at 6:00 pm.

This free classical chorale concert performance Let Our Love Be Heard  whose theme is peace, respect for one another and inclusiveness, will feature narrations by Ulster County Poet Laureate Kate Hymes, the Kingston’s Arts and Cultural Affairs Director Kitt Potter, Hélène Lesterlin, a Worker Trustee at the Good Work Institute, and Troy Stover. The event is free, open to the public, and appropriate for all ages.

“Amid global heartbreak, Ars Choralis sings for the people – songs to offer comfort, hope, and courage; to remember the truth that love is stronger than evil, and that goodness will prevail. May our love be heard.” Ars Choralis Director Barbara Pickhardt.

Donations of warm clothing benefiting People’s Place including new/gently used warm coats, hats, gloves, and socks, and blankets for youth and adults will be appreciated.

More information can be found at New Year’s Eve 2023.