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Private Event

I get to play a private event! One of my favorite things to do!!! If you would like to set up a private event, learn all about it by visiting www.marjizintz.com/house-concerts to download a copy of the House Concerts Hosts' Guide.

Private Event

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I get to play a private event! One of my favorite things to do!!! If you would like to set up a private event, learn all about how fun and easy it is to host your own house concert by visiting www.marjizintz.com/house-concerts to download a copy of the House Concerts Hosts' Guide.

Private Event

I get to play a private event! One of my favorite things to do!!! If you would like to set up a private event, learn all about how fun and easy it is to host your own house concert by visiting www.marjizintz.com/house-concerts to download a copy of the House Concerts Hosts' Guide.

The Project On April 21, 2024, 35 of the Hudson Valley's greatest singers and musicians of all genres will gather to perform John Burton's original composition, "Won't Be Broken" to raise awareness for our beneficiaries. No donations will be accepted, please visit their individual sites to donate.

Our Beneficiaries Locally, Hudson River Housing provides housing services for those in need and veteran services. Statewide, Berkshire provides children's services focusing on foster care. Hudson Valley Animal Rescue is a unique shelter that provides veterinary services. Kidney4Clark seeks a kidney donor for a Hudson Valley detective.

This showcase of talent features some of the best performers in the Hudson Valley. From soul-stirring poets to rip-roaring comics, and the beats of folk to the grooves of funk – each night is a kaleidoscope of diverse performances. Curated and co-produced by Teressa Del Campo and Jolly Joe Jester, these evenings promise a unique blend of entertainment and community spirit that you won’t find anywhere else!

By donation, $5 to $20

This is a brand-new listening room series called "Sweetheart of the Rodeo," and I'll be sharing the evening with vocalist/guitarist Sarah Anjali! (Learn more about Sarah at www.sarahanjali.com)

*What’s a listening room? A win-win! The audience members, typically 20-40, get an intimate musical experience without the distractions or noisy patrons of larger venues. The artists get an attentive, appreciative audience and a living wage in an acoustically ideal space.

*Why Sweetheart of the Rodeo? It’s the name of The Byrds’ sixth, album, widely recognized as the first “Americana” album, a genre that encompasses popular American musical forms—everything from bluegrass to blues, country to jazz, folk to rock. Our line-up of musicians spans all these styles and represents the very best in our local landscape!

$15 advance/$25 at the door

QuaranPalooza Livestream Virtual International Concert

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Virtually WONDERFUL event....playing for a cause! It starts around 2:30 pm (EDT). I play around 3:45 pm (EDT).

Get yourself a ticket @ https://bit.ly/marqptix and join us in The Zoom party; 25% of ticket sales will be donated to Bay Area Cancer Connections, a wonderful advocacy and support organization! The goal is to raise and donate $100, you can help make that happen by getting a ticket or can donate after clicking the tickets button.

Please get a ticket and join us in the Zoom: https://bit.ly/marqptix

$15 with 25% donated to Bay Area Cancer Connections

$15 with 25% donated to Bay Area Cancer Connections