Every third Friday evening of the month, BWC turns the Loggia into a cozy and casual nightclub. Friends, families, dates, and singles come to relax and enjoy live music performed by local Hudson Valley artists playing original compositions and arrangements of usually Americana music. BYO refreshments or partake of the free snacks and beverages that are provided as part of the low admission price of $10 per person— plus tips for musicians are always appreciated. Doors open at 7 pm and the performances begin at 8 pm. Reservations recommended for parties of 5 or more, by either directly signing up at the clubhouse, calling the BWC office (914-337-3252) up until 1 pm on the date of the performance. Come for one or both sets. It’s a great way to end the work week and start the weekend.
Coffeehouse will resume January 17, 2020
December, 2019 – No performances
November 15, 2019 Deni Bonet
Deni Bonet is a NYC-based pop/rock singer/songwriter and a classically trained violinist. She began her career on the NPR show, Mountain Stage, where she both sang and played in her own right as well as accompanied guests on the show. She left this to pursue a solo career with the mission to prove that there is more to the violin than concertos and hoedowns. She has a reputation for high-energy performances and has been described by the Wall Street Journal as like “Sheryl Crow meets the B-52’s.” For a preview of her work, visit her website http://www.denibonet.com
October 18, 2019 Miles East, Kelly Flint
Miles East evokes the quiet push and pull of human transformation set against the volatile backdrop of the east coast seascape where he grew up and still resides. Songs roil with hopeful hellos, conflicted goodbyes, hard exits and even harder entrances. Kelly Flint has been performing her own original music steadily since making her debut album, Drive All Night. Her songs have been described as small movies or paintings, both intricate and full of clarity, with each line placing a visual tile in a larger poetic mosaic.
September 20, 2019 Chihoe Hahn, Patrick Stanfield Jones, Al Hemberger