Spillian Sundays: Voices from the Catskills

Join us for the second round of Spillian Sundays: Voices from the Catskills.  

---Soup. Song. Story. Salon.---

On several Sundays in February, March, and April, we'll be celebrating Voices from the Catskills, with a one-set music/spoken word performance beginning at 4 pm, and rolling into our traditional Soup Sunday salons afterwards. Stay tuned for more information about this series!

We are celebrating the acoustic music and stories, both historic and contemporary, that emerge from the Catskills. 

Sunday, February 1
Music at about 4 PM

Dinner at 5:30 PM

Our soup dinners are prix fixe, all-you-can-eat hearty (think meal!) soup, salad, bread, a sweet treat for dessert, and tea or coffee. Cash bar is open with some great drink specials. 

Performance and Meal: $25
Reservations, please.

We'd really love to know for sure if you're coming! Please RSVP here or by calling 800-811-3351 to make your reservation.

Co-produced by Spillian and Chris Hensley.
Co-sponsored by the Phoenicia International Festival of The Voice


February 22: The Seven Maladies of Ludwig van Beethoven
Created, directed and starring acclaimed playwright/actor/director (and son of Rex Harrison) Carey Harrison  and co-starringinternational concert pianist Justin Kolb, a simultaneously funny and tragic spin of the great composer's descent into deafness.

March 1: Trout Tales
A unique gathering of the grandfathers of fly fishing -- an informal conversation between the leaders of Catskills casters and fly tiers, sharing stories of the great fish caught, the battle to save the waters of the Catskills, and a lifetime of wisdom gleaned standing in the streams. This is not to be missed!

March 15: Eric Rosen and Friends
Hidden Catskills jazz gem Eric Rosen will be joined by friends as they share an afternoon of hot jazz. New York Times writer John S. Wilson called Rosen "a strong soloist, with a soaring aggressive attack, filled with sudden and exhilarating sweeps and runs."

March 29: The Tremperskill Boys
Zestful, hard driving, foot tapping, and energetic, making sitting difficult and square and contra dancers happy. They admit to being neither all strings nor all boys, but they are the beloved "big band" of old time music in the region.