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Putnam Chorale July Concerts

The Putnam Chorale presents America Through Song, an outdoor lawn concert series featuring music drawn from Americas cultural and social history. Beginning with the Colonial era and ending with the dawn of America as a world power, the concert songs are curated to include well- and lesser-known selections from our musical DNA. You'll hear the Chorale perform classics such as Amazing Grace, John Browns Body, Home on the Range, and crowd favorites like Take Me Out to the Ball Game. Tap your feet, hum along, get up and dance. Bring a chair, blanket or picnic, and enjoy the open air.

Come watch and listen when the Putnam Chorale performs at a series of outdoor lawn concerts in Putnam and Dutchess counties.  The concerts, "America Through Song", feature music that from  our cultural and social history.  You’ll hear the Chorale perform classics such as Amazing Grace, Over There!, Home on the Range, plus crowd favorites like Take Me Out to the Ball Game and The Star Spangled Banner. Plus, if you are active or retired military, we'll be singing memorable favorites especially for you.  You can hear a snippet of one of our selections by clicking on the link here:

  • Friday, July 23rd at 6:30 pm at the Bowdoin Park bandshell, 85 Sheafe Road, Wappingers Falls, NY
  • Saturday, July 24th at 3:00 pm at Southeast Veterans’ Park (formerly Electrazone Field) in Brewster, NY, located at the corner of Railroad and Morningthorpe Avenues.  
Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for seniors 65+ and active/retired military. Children under the age of 12 are free. You may order tickets online at:

https://www.putnamchorale.org/america-through-song/ or you can purchase them, cash-only, at the event. Bring your own folding chair or blanket as seating will be on the lawn of each venue. The concerts will start promptly at the stated hour. 

Please join us and get ready to tap your feet, sing along, and cheer us on!  Don't delay, buy your tickets today.  https://www.putnamchorale.org/america-through-song/

The Chorale's first live events since 2019 will take place June 26, July 23, and July 24.  A celebration of American tradition and history through the songs that helped define our culture.

 

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