Sunday Live Music Events

Our music concerts take place on the Sundays shown below at the Finkelstein Memorial Library, 24 Chestnut Street, Spring Valley, NY. All of the concerts are FREE and OPEN to the public.

  • AFTERNOON programs are held indoors in our Fielding Room on the third floor.
  • Please note: Summer EVENING concerts are held OUTDOORS on library grounds. Outdoor concerts are indicated within concert listings below. Seating will be provided but you may bring a lawn chair for outdoor concerts. NOTE: In case of inclement weather, outdoor programs will be moved indoors to our Fielding Room.
  • Doors to the Fielding Room open 15 minutes before the performance.

For further information, please call the library at (845) 352-5700, ext. 244. 

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   January 13 | February 10 | March 24 | April 7 | May 19


don-anthonyDon Anthony

Jan. 13: 2 – 3 PM in the Library

Don will sing songs from Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra to Elvis and Chuck Berry to Motown to disco and Michael Jackson. He plays guitar and doubles on banjo, singing many older favorite songs.








Marc Mathelier Always & Forever: Marc Mathelier

A Valentine’s Concert in the Library
Feb. 10: 2 – 3 PM
(Snow date: Feb. 17)
Celebrate music, love, and life with virtuoso guitarist Marc Mathelier as he plays a variety of romantic and exotic songs.


Doors to events open 15 minutes before each performance.




music-makersThe Music Makers: “Our Special Songs”

March 24, 2:00PM-3:00PM

The Music Makers is a group of extremely talented local seniors from Rockland County. They perform as a group, as accompanists and soloists. They incorporate both music and comedy. They will be singing songs they know and love that have been popular through the years, and believe they will also be special to you.

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gilbert-sullivanRidgewood Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company

April 7, 2-3:30 PM

This nonprofit performing group of both highly trained professionals and serious amateurs will present a concert version of the comic operetta H.M.S. Pinafore.

Performers wear ordinary attire and use only a few props. There is no dialogue, but all musical numbers are included.

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DAVID-PODLESHispanic Music: A Journey of Passion and Diversity Concert

May 19, 2-3:00 PM

Journey through the richly diverse world of Hispanic music!  Take this toe-tapping lively tour with acclaimed international concert musician violinist David Podles presenting Mambo, Tango, Samba, Cha Cha, Merengue, Paso Doble, and Bolero to Spanish Classical composers. Be prepared to be brought to Argentina, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico and eventually to Spain to hear some Spanish Classical music and see how Hispanic music so joyfully originated.

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