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MadVox Live @ The Falcon. Photo Credit: Stephen Jablonsky

"What on earth is a music ensemble made up of a bassoonist, an oboist, a pianist, a singer, and a percussionist? Pleasure. That's what it is; Pleasure."

Uel Wade,


Cornelia McGiver's new venture Panther Creek Arts, was inspired by her upbringing in the tiny hamlet of West Fulton, NY.  Cornelia purchased the old Grange Hall in West Fulton (featured in the MadVox video "Seeing the Elephant") a few years back, and is now regularly presenting theatre and music performances along with amazing food.  For more information and for tickets to upcoming events, go to

Kelly Ellenwood has a couple of interesting creative projects brewing in 2019.  First up is her work alongside composer Hayden Wayne on his provocative and compelling circus oratorio "Cirque de la Lune." The company includes both of her daughters, and will be coming to a town near you!  Here's video of Kelly singing Wayne's art song "The Bird Lady:"

Reclaim the Night - a concert to celebrate Women's History Month

March 9, 7:30 pm, Howland Cultural Center, 477 Main St., Beacon, NY
Featuring performances by MiolinaNYC (Mioi Takeda + Lynn Bechtold); soprano,Kelly Ellenwood; and music of Lynn Bechtold, Valerie Coleman, Debra Kaye, Emma Logan, Jessica Meyer, Elena Ruehr, Pauchi Sasaki and Ruth Crawford Seeger.

TICKETS:  ($15/advance; $20@door)
Reception following the concert.
Kelly will sing three songs from a growing cycle entitled We Hold These Truths. 
Included in the set is Margaret Fuller's Freedom & Truth, an unfortunately timely topic, along with a setting of the inscription on the Statue of Liberty by Emma Lazarus, and the premiere of Give Her the Fruit of Her Hands, the most recent third song. The text pictured here is from a painting by Evelyn Ramsey Cary. It appeared on the back cover of "The Woman Citizen" in January 1918, and was used to promote women's suffrage.


Congratulations to David Gluck on making the quarterfinal round for the GRAMMY Music Educator Award. A total of 290 music teachers from 264 cities across 41 states were selected as quarterfinalists for the Music Educator Award presented by The Recording Academy and the GRAMMY Foundation. In total, more than 3,300 initial nominations were submitted from all 50 states. Way to go Dave