PLEASE NOTE: Due to the excessive heat and humidity forecast for this weekend, the Sharing SPACE performance with Concerts Around the Corner has changed locations, and the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival performance of Julius Caesar has been cancelled. More details below.

Sharing SPACE invites the surrounding community to Ryder Farm for a weekend of performances from neighboring Putnam County arts organizations. Join us Saturday evening for music under the stars with Concerts Around the Corner and special guests, and on Sunday afternoon for a family-friendly performance from the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. The weekend will include tours of the historic Ryder Farm homestead and growing fields, organic produce and flowers for sale, picnicking on the lawn and more!

Tickets can be purchased online until noon on the day of the event, or by cash or check at the door.

Sharing SPACE is supported in part through the Putnam Arts Council’s Arts Link Grant Program, with public funds provided through the New York State Council on the Arts with support from Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature.

Concerts Around the Corner

Saturday, July 20th at 7:30pm at The Studio Around the Corner in Brewster.

67 Main St, Suite 101, Brewster NY, 10509

Presented with the Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition


PLEASE NOTE: Due to the excessive heat and humidity forecast for this weekend, the performance will take place at The Studio Around the Corner.

Join us for an evening of contemporary and classical music. Featuring Robert Zubrycki, violin, and his colleagues from the New York City Chamber Orchestra, American Symphony and Broadway Orchestras, including: Keve Wilson, oboe; Rachel Handman, violin; Hidayat Honari, Guitar; Marc Schmied, Bass; Adria Benjamin, viola and Katharine Cherbas, cello.

Tickets are available for a suggested donation of $15 for adults, and $10 for children under 12.

JULIUS CAESAR - Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival

This performance has been cancelled


A charismatic war hero on the brink of kingship, Caesar is celebrated by the people of Rome – but mistrusted by some of his closest friends who fear his popularity will throw the country into chaos. Plots are hatched and factions emerge, and in the end, 23 daggers and the fall of a few guilty players lead The People to violent justice. In our immersive, 80-minute production, audiences will help bring this anachronistic tale of betrayal to life with their own movement and voices, constructing a post-apocalyptic world of power and consequence.

By William Shakespeare, Directed by Illana Stein