Hudson Valley resident Natalie Merchant, well-known for selling millions of records, will perform Oct. 20 at SUNY Ulster in Stone Ridge with the Esopus Chamber Orchestra.
The first concert of the orchestra’s fourth season will feature new music from Merchant, former lead singer of the band 10,000 Maniacs and a successful solo artist. Songs from her career will also be performed, along with a world première of “Andalucia,’”orchestrated by Esopus Chamber Orchestra music director, Nadège Foofat. Composer Aaron Copland’s “Appalachian Spring Suite” will also be featured.
Show time is 8 p.m.
This performance is part of a four-concert subscription on sale during September. The cost for this subscription is $100 for orchestra seats, $80 for the mezzanine and $50 for students with identification.
Any tickets remaining after the September subscription sale will go on sale Oct. 1, at a price of $75 for the orchestra; $65-$45 for the mezzanine.