Oh Hudson – “If you want to be universal start by painting your own village”

In their collaborative music play, David Gonzalez, Daniel Kelly, and Gretchen Koehler intricately weave together the rich tapestry of the Hudson Valley’s history using the powerful mediums of poetry and music. This creative endeavor embodies Tolstoi’s timeless wisdom: “if you want to be universal, start by painting your own village.” By delving deep into the local history and culture of the Hudson Valley, they manage to touch upon universal themes and emotions that resonate with audiences far and wide. In essence, their performance serves as a testament to the idea that exploring one’s roots and local heritage can lead to a profound and universal connection with others.

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