OC LIVE MUSIC SERIES – Gabriel Tranchina at Stonegate Farms
June 5 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM| $10
Saturday June 5th at 2pm Stonegate Farms (Vocal Jazz)
Join us LIVE in person at Stonegate Farms
$10 Admission (Space limited, registration required)
4 Stonegate Dr, Newburgh, NY 12550
($5 suggested donation)
Gabriele Tranchina is musically at home in many styles. With a strong background in jazz, she moves between Jazz, Latin and World Fusion, making her a perfect crossover artist.
Gabriele has her roots in Germany, where she was born, but her love for other cultures inspired her extended travels throughout Europe and Asia.
These experiences bring a unique sensibility to her work, matching her one-of-a-kind voice. Settling in New York, Ms. Tranchina took advantage of its multi-cultural environment, giving her further inspiration for her work as an artist.
Curious about the location? It is an amazing fairy land of organic food, music, natural products and one of Newburgh’s best hidden secrets. Parking can be tricky, so carpool if you can!
Stonegate Farm is an 1850s Carpenter Gothic farm in New York’s Hudson River Valley, one hour North of New York City. Originally part of a large estate, the National Historic Register farm outbuildings and Italianate Villa have each been carefully restored, while the surrounding land has been recultivated as a local, organic market farm an CSA with an active membership.
Orange County Arts Council’s music committee, composed of professional musicians throughout the region, have developed a creative solution to support musicians. O.C. Live offers musicians the opportunity to directly connect with audiences and provides our community with enriching local performances. Now hybrid, audiences can attend in person or tune in to Orange County Arts Council’s Social media to listen to local musicians. The audience is able to learn and connect with musicians during interviews conducted during the intermission. Broadcast live from Stonegate Farms in Newburgh, the pilot program has had approximately 2000 viewers. The Orange County Arts Council music committee includes Dion Placencia, Neil Alexander, Everett Collie, E’Lisa Jones, Tom Kennedy, and Waylen Roache.