Natalie Forteza will open Hunt Hill’s Winter Concert Series playing alongside Blues Hall of fame guitarist Chris Vitarello for a benefit concert on February 2 to support the Farm’s nonprofit programs and workshops for children, youths and families across food, art, and music. Lower Hudson Valley native Natalie Forteza introduces herself as a commanding vocalist and songwriter of considerable impact. The Hunt Hill Farm Winter Concert Series events celebrate the power of bringing people together to hear music across jazz, blues, and rock and to celebrate community.
The benefit concert series will also feature local breweries offering craft beer and food trucks from around the area. Natalie Forteza’s concert will support the scholarships programs offered at Hunt Hill in acting, drawing, painting, songwriting, music performance and cooking.
Other Upcoming Concerts include artists who come together to play to raise money for Hunt Hill:
Dave Robbins & Incredible Amplifiers – 2/23- New England’s Blues Harp Burner and Soulful Vocalist, Dave Robbins aka “The Kosher Kid”. The Kosher Kid has shared the stage with many world-renowned Blues artists such as James Cotton, Junior Wells;
The Myles Mancuso Band- 3/8 Teenage Prodigy Multi-Instrumentalist with an original style of music is a blend of Roots Americana and R&B. Recognized by TrueFire as one of the Top 10 Guitar Prodigies in the World;
Chris Vitarello – 3/30 To support the local food bank. Chris Vitarello was inducted into the Blues Hall of fame in 2013, Chris has been a band member, recorded or shared the stage with many legendary blues artists and has appeared on 30 plus albums.
Hunt Hill music performances include opportunities for increased exposure for local artists and musicians through features an open mic night, performances, exhibition, and special events.
Saturday, February 2, 7 pm
$25 per ticket
Hunt Hill Farm
44 Upland Road