New Year’s Eve 2023
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Let Our Love Be Heard

A Free New Year’s Eve Concert

December 31, 2023 @ 6pm

Old Dutch Church
272 Wall Street
Kingston, NY

This concert is offered free to the public.
No tickets required.

Ars Choralis, The City of Kingston, and the Old Dutch Church are proud to present a New Year’s Eve Program Let Our Love Be Heard. In keeping with an Ars Choralis tradition of offering programs on December 31st that have themes of peace, respect for one another and inclusiveness, this year’s concert showcases the challenges people have when they have nowhere to turn and the importance of community in supporting one another. Joining Ars Choralis will be narrators: 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. 

This New Year’s Eve concert will benefit People’s Place of Kingston

People’s Place is a Food Pantry, Thrift Store, and Community Cafe in Kingston NY serving Ulster County with kindness and compassion since 1972.


Donations of warm clothing such as hats, gloves, and socks, as well as BLANKETS are appreciated and we will be collecting them at the door of the church before the concert. In addition we will be accepting cash donations that will enable them to better serve the people of Kingston.  

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