Single Admission (Natalia Zukerman Concert: Friday, August 11th, 7:30)


Please join us for an intimate concert of original music by acclaimed singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Natalia Zukerman.  A portion of the proceeds from the concert will benefit the Antique Boat Museum's educational program for kids. The evening will also serve as the closing reception for her original art exhibit entitled "The Water Series," on display at The Golden Cleat as of July 14th. 
In lieu of a paper ticket, present your e-receipt at the door via your smartphone or simply provide ID and we can verify your paid entry fee. You can also purchase tickets with a credit card over the phone (917-544-9455) or in person at our retail store (534 Riverside Drive). We expect this concert to sell out quickly.
Doors open at 7:00, concert begins at 7:30. Light refreshments will be served, sponsored by Taste 1000 Islands. 

Musician, painter and educator Natalia Zukerman grew up in New York City, studied art at Oberlin, started her mural business Off The Wall in San Francisco, began her songwriting career in Boston, and now resides, writes, plays, teaches and paints in Brooklyn, NY. Having released seven independent albums on Weasel Records and her own label Talisman Records, Zukerman has toured internationally as a solo performer since 2005. She has also accompanied and opened for some of acoustic music’s greats such as Janis Ian, Willy Porter, Susan Werner, Erin McKeown, Shawn Colvin, Ani DiFranco, Richard Thompson, Tom Paxton and many others. Alongside her touring career, Zukerman continues to paint private and public murals as well as illustrate children’s books, design and paint sets for plays in New York City and paint private portrait commissions. Natalia teaches private songwriting lessons and has taught at Sisters Song School, Red Rocks Womens Music Festival, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Interlochen Summer Music Program and other festivals and locations throughout the US and in Canada. In February, 2017, Natalia became a Cultural Diplomat for the US Department of State, playing concerts and conducting workshops with her group The Northern Lights throughout Africa.

“Natalia’s voice could send an orchid into bloom while her guitar playing can open a beer bottle with its teeth.” – New Yorker

“a strutting brass band one minute, a sighing lover the next.” – The Boston Globe

“a wise mix of rootsy styles from torch blues to country swing. If you’re a fan of Madeleine Peyroux, Bonnie Raitt or even Amy Winehouse, you’ll find stuff to connect with here.” – Philadelphia Daily News

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