Water Music New York at Baldwinsville // FREE

  • Paper Mill Island Amphitheatre 136 Spensieri Avenue Baldwinsville, NY, 13027

A UNIQUE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE 200 YEARS IN THE MAKING... 

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Albany Symphony

Syracuse Pops Chorus

HANDEL: Selections from "Water Music"

Ryan Chase (Colgate University):  The Current Home Erie Canal Bicentennial Commission (World Premiere)

AMERICAN FAVORITES including “Stars and Stripes,” and more!

Rain Location: Check the WMNY Website for Updates

MEET THE COMPOSER

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Balancing the extremes of the familiar and the experimental, music by Ryan Chase (b. 1987) has been described as "the stuff of memory" (The Herald-Times) and hailed by the New York Times as a "whirlwind of deftly explored contrasts of mood, from bombastic to introverted." Though sonically diverse, his body of work is unified by a fascination with virtuosity and an affirmation of melody. 

MEET THE COLLABORATING ARTS PARTNER

The Syracuse Pops Chorus consists of about 100 skilled volunteers who sing for the joy of it. Founded in 2004, the Syracuse Pops Chorusregularly performs with the Symphoria Orchestra and with other arts organizations in Central New York.

The Syracuse Pops Chorus consists of about 100 skilled volunteers who sing for the joy of it. Founded in 2004, the Syracuse Pops Chorusregularly performs with the Symphoria Orchestra and with other arts organizations in Central New York.

 

ERIE CANAL FACT:

Baldwinsville's history as a canal community predates the Erie Canal by almost a decade.  In 1839 the Baldwin Canal would officially connect with the Erie Canal making it easier and cheaper for Agricultural businesses in the region to ship and distribute their goods.