Past Meetup

Mamalama Live Recorded Performance

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The band Mamalama is filming a performance showcasing material from their upcoming album and you can be a part of it. Hudson Valley Hiker members can get a 30% discount voucher by clicking here. ( Just print the page and bring it to the venue.

If you've never heard of the band, Mamalama creates an eclectic style of music which is difficult to define. The band seamlessly melds Renaissance, Anglo-European folk, classical, psychedelia, and world music styles to create a stunningly beautiful, intoxicating sound. It all results in an etherial auditory experience which really cannot be fully captured in a studio environment. Mamalama’s music is organic and improvisational in nature. Although all of the songs have definite form, none of them are ever performed the same way twice making each concert a unique experience.

Liana Gabel a phenomenal young singer songwriter from New Paltz, New York will be opening the performance. Born and raised in Rochester New York, Liana made her home in the Hudson Valley, lending her unique voice to the local music scene. Apart from fronting her own band, she has appeared in a steady stream of different projects. She released her own debut solo studio album Rest and Heal in 2013.

Mamalama is comprised of Elizabeth Clark-Jerez on Harp, Piano and Vocals; Henry Lowengard on Hammer Dulcimer, Glockenspiel, Tenor Recorder, Melodica, iPad and Vocals; Rusty Boris on Bass and Vocals; Eric Ortner on Violin, French Horn and Vocals; Annie Roland on Vocals and Octave Mandolin; Cornelia Logan on Cello and Vocals.

Woodstock and the Hudson Valley have been generating momentous moments in music history for generations. Mamalama’s recorded performance promises to be yet another. You can get your ticket to be part of the show for $10 at the door. Hudson Valley Hiker members can get a 30% discount voucher by clicking here. ( Colony Café is located at 22 Rock City Road in Woodstock, New York. For more information about the performance or the band itself visit .