Monday, October 20, 2014
This weekend we welcomed back Graduate Students from the Bard College conservatory's Vocal Arts Program, under the tutelage of famed soprano Dawn Upshaw. It was an evening of brilliant voices raised in song – Lieder, to be precise – followed by a lively reception with the musicians. A big thank you to all those who attended this benefit to help keep our beloved BARD at BEATTIE series free to the public. And of course, our deep appreciation goes to Ms. Upshaw, her students, and to Marshall Berland. A generous supporter of Bard's Vocal Arts Program, Marshall has been a true friend to Beattie, helping us to realize these wonderful events for the second year.
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Flo returns to Beattie with a program of great music and musings. Take note (pun intended): Flo's very generously offered to help us continue to restore Beattie-Powers Place with this performance. Hope you will too! Tickets $25. Please reserve at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Sat., Oct. 18, Dawn Upshaw's stellar vocal students in a special benefit to help keep BARD at BEATTIE free. Reserve now.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Join us for an informative, insider’s view of how a trial in Criminal Court unfolds, followed by a Q&A with this highly-regarded jurist. In his long and distinguished career, Judge Pulver has presided over County, Family, and Surrogate's Court and served as an Acting Supreme Court Justice, in addition to being elected or appointed to a broad range of public offices. Reception to follow.
Thursday, June 19, 2014
What a spectacular night! A bit chilly, but the warmth and energy of the crowd more than made up for it. On behalf of the Board of Friends of Beattie-Powers, our deep appreciation to all who attended, and made this year's benefit bigger than ever. Your support means everything to us, and makes our work worthwhile. Thanks, as well, to Chef Max Cenci of Ca'Mea and his crew. And a special thank you to Rob Shannon for the photos! Order prints of your favorites at www.fotopic.com, and a portion of the proceeds supports Friends of Beattie-Powers.