Founded in 2010, ClaverackLanding is a chamber music initiative of The Columbia Festival Orchestra.
With a mission to explore great architectural spaces as well as great chamber music, ClaveracLanding has presented events in Hudson, NY, at Club Helsinki, The Hudson Opera House, The Hudson Armory, The First Presbyterian Church, Christ Church Episcopal, TK Gallery, and The Tin Ballroom (Vince Mulford’s Antiques), as well as at St. James Church and the Columbia County Fairgrounds in Chatham.
The Columbia Festival Orchestra was founded in 1988 by artistic director and conductor, Gwen Gould. Its mission is to present classical music concerts to the highest degree of excellence and to cultivate an appreciation of the art of music in young people and adults.
The CFO has presented concerts in many different venues in the Columbia/Berkshire region and NYC including: PS21 (Performance Spaces for the 21st Century), The Shaker Museum & Library, The Hudson Opera House, The Spencertown Academy, Taconic Hills Performing Arts Center, area schools and churches, as well as Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood and Merkin Hall in New York City. From 1995-2003, the Columbia Festival Orchestra presented an annual Independence Day weekend Salute to America concert at the Shaker Museum and Library in Old Chatham.