'Two great and diverse voices' ROCK TAVERN. The Great Music of the Hudson Valley Series presents An Afternoon With Ken And Julie on May 5.

ROCK TAVERN. The Great Music of the Hudson Valley Series presents An Afternoon With Ken And Julie on May 5.


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The Great Music of the Hudson Valley series presents acoustic folk duo Ken and Julie: Singer/songwriter Ken DeAngelis and soprano Julie Ziavras at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House at Rock Tavern on Sunday, May 5, at 4 p.m.

The concert is a $20 donation. Refreshments will be served at intermission.

The husband and wife team will showcase their outstanding vocal harmonies, lyrical voices and tight musicianship accompanying themselves on acoustic guitars in a program featuring acoustic classics, traditional and international folk covers and Ken’s originals.

The duo has appeared in concert and folk venues throughout the northeastern U.S., Alaska and toured six cities in Nova Scotia.

Their music has been heard internationally, including Ellopia TV (Greece), National Public Radio, webcasts including The Art Music Coffeehouse and RelaxRadio (Australia) and was selected from artists throughout the world to be part of the compilation CD Protest Songs for A Better World.

Their CD, "The Dream," is a part of the Peace Autograph Project collection at the International Museum of Peace and Solidarity in the Republic of Uzbekistan. Ken and Julie are recipients of the New York State Council of the Arts Grants.

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"Love, energy, songwriting talent, two great and diverse voices ... the pure talent of DeAngelis and Ziavras combine to generate some real gems, sparkling with energy and life." (Cindy Hill, CDReviews.com)

Ken DeAngelis' songs have been described as "effectively expressive of human emotions" (Dr. James Cotter, Times Herald Record), "each with thought provoking lyrics or a story to it, making their music expressive and riveting" (Richard Ross, The River Reporter).

"Wonderfully detailed music that features evocative lyrics, lovely harmonies and melodies that stay with you long after you hear them." (Steven Israel, Times Herald Record).

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For more information about Ken and Julie, visit them at www.KenandJulie.com.

The UU meeting house is located at 9 Vance Road, New Windsor, NY 12575, just off Route 207 in the hamlet of Rock Tavern.

For further information or reservations, contact Mike Landrum at 917-647-7893 or mikelandrum3@gmail.com.



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