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Chess Night - Every Wednesday night at the Cafe

Chess aficionados converge Wednesdays at 7:00pm. Players should bring their own boards & pieces.

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Events for the Rest of May 2017    Recent artists
May's Featured Visual Artist is Daniel Malpica, Exhibiting "Oil Paintings - Assorted Images"

Daniel Malpica grew up on the upper west side in New York City. He went to public schools where he took an interest in the fine arts at a young age. [more]

Events for June 2017
June's Featured Visual Artist is Mary Flinn, Exhibiting "Oil Landscapes"

Mary Flinn received her BFA from Swain School of Design in MA and MFA from Queens College in NYC. [more]

Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing

Thu Jun 1
$10.00 with lesson, $5.00 for just dancing

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Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancingThe Rosendale Cafe continues their series of Latin dance events on Thursday nights, each starting with an all-levels lesson from 7:30pm to 8:30pm, and dancing until 10:30pm. Instructors Maia Martinez and David Salvatierra will lead dance forms that may include Salsa, Mambo, Merengue, Cha Cha, Bachata, and now the fun style of Rueda de Casino.

Rueda de Casino is a style where several couples dance choreographically around a circle, with dance moves spoken by a "caller". This style was developed in Cuba in the 1950s, and is the greatest way to learn salsa as community. Everyone can join this class!
The Woodsheep

Fri Jun 2

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The WoodsheepThe sound from the mountains of Appalachia has long been swelling at its banks, on the verge of spilling over the confines of folk and electronic music convention. The Woodsheep aim to highlight the diversity, creativity, and storytelling that abound in their ever-evolving eastern Kentucky home, by shoring up their own roots with a creative blend of Kentucky folk instruments, poetic lyrics, soaring vocal harmonies, and lo-fidelity electronic flare. Andrew Preston (featured songwriter by the International Bluegrass Music Association in 2015), David Austin Tackett (finalist for Hoedown In the Holler), Melissa Caskey, and Matt Holleran (both affiliated with the prestigious Mountain Music Ambassadors of the KY Center for Traditional Music) formed The Woodsheep in late 2015. In only a year they've collected an impressive repertoire of original indie music, Appalachian folk standards, and a year-long North American tour to promote their debut record, Watching Mars. This has earned them regional success and a reputation for quirky showmanship and fine-crafted musical skill. They have performed at venues, festivals, and radio, including The Purple Fiddle, The World of Bluegrass Festival, and Bear Radio Network; and have worked with acts including Jesse Wells of The Wooks, Jocelyn Mackenzie of Pearl and the Beard, and The McLain Family Band.

Featured as part of the International Bluegrass Music Association's 2015 Songwriter Showcase.

"Make no mistake that [The Woodsheep] are the real deal. Their voices blend really well, and their songs are equally good: a rarity a la Everly Brothers. They restored my faith in music and hipster beards." --The Outhouse Blog
Opening reception for Mary Flinn's gallery exhibition

Sun Jun 4

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Opening reception for Mary Flinn's gallery exhibitionAn opening reception from 2:00pm-4:00pm, for artist Mary Flinn's show of work entitled "Oil Landscapes", displaying in the Cafe during the month of June 2017.

Mary received her MFA in painting from Queens College in 1991. She showed extensively in NYC at The Prince Street Gallery from 1995-2000. Her work is in various public collection in NYC such as the Bond Market Inc, Iformation Group, and Danette Koke Fine Art; and also many private collections. She primarily focuses on landscape paintings but sometimes creates narrative imaginary scenes and landscapes.

She has been showing on the east coast of USA since 1984.
Mary Gauthier

Sat Jun 10

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Mary GauthierIn a Nashville bookstore, to the tune of steam hissing from a latte machine and laptop taps of nearby browsers, she speaks in a low voice, yet communicates urgently. Her voice never rises. Her music never rattles rafters or crashes like cymbals toward the high notes in a power chorus. Her tempos shuffle and trudge more than they dash.

And her songs? They're about as idiosyncratic as anything in the wide world of "popular music." They're painfully personal, especially on Trouble and Love. Yet they somehow infiltrate the souls of her listeners, no matter how different the paths they've followed through their lives.

Those songs weren't so much written as harvested by Gauthier. Though she lives not far from the hit-making mills of Music Row, she admits to knowing nothing about how to write on command. She says, "I have to be called to write. The call comes from somewhere I don't understand, but I know it when I hear it."

"To be affected by these songs, you don't have to know anything of Gauthier's backstory (Louisiana orphan addict chef turned sober troubadour), the respect she commands across gender lines in the Americana scene, or the heavyweight catalog she's built out of unflinching introspection and Southern Gothic-shaded storytelling." --NPR Music

"...Louisiana-raised Mary Gauthier has become one of Americana music's most admired artists... across the U.S., and in her regular tours around the world." --Wall Street Journal

"Every tune is a rough gem of melody, misery and economy, as Gauthier excavates romantic wreckage like an archaeologist telling the story of a fossilized love." --Rolling Stone
Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays

Tue Jun 13

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Singer-Songwriter TuesdaysJoin host John P. Hughes as he presents another in the Cafe's ongoing series of music showcases. Enjoy both veteran and up-and-coming performers playing 15 minute sets from 8:00pm-10:00pm.

The scheduled musicians for this evening are Leo Harmonay, Ron Renninger, "Flamingo" Jeff Pfeffer, Andy Shapiro, Justin Tracy, and Accord Starlite Orkestra.
Jesse Lege & Bayou Brew

Fri Jun 16

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Jesse Lege & Bayou BrewBringing foot stomping' Cajun music to the world one dance hall at a time... Jesse Lege is the Real Deal.

For over 40 years, Lege has been bringing traditional Cajun dance hall music from the dusty back roads of southwest Louisiana, coast to coast and around the world, playing everywhere from local neighborhood dance halls to the largest international festivals.

Today, Lege is one of the most-admired Cajun accordionists and vocalists from Southwest Louisiana, and has garnered numerous Cajun French Music Association awards, known as the "Cajun Grammys." They include Traditional Band of the Year, Accordion Player of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, Band of the Year, and... for "Memoires Dans Mon Coeur"... he won Song of the Year.

Jesse Lege & Bayou Brew brings you deep into Cajun tradition, with accordion (Jesse), fiddle (Darren Wallace), guitar (Erica Weiss) and bass (Evelyn Schneider), and songs that melt your heart too. For dancers and listeners alike, a Jesse Lege & Bayou Brew event is always like a party, filled with old and new friends!
Isle of Klezbos

Sat Jun 17

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Isle of KlezbosIsle of Klezbos, fun-loving soulful klezmer powerhouse, has toured from Vienna to Vancouver since 1998. Formed by Metropolitan Klezmer drummer Eve Sicular, the NYC-based band and their recordings have appeared on CBS Sunday Morning and The L Word, with recent artistic collaborators including Jill Sobule, Jackie Hoffman, and Scissor Sisters. Their albums Greetings from the Isle of Klezbos and Live From Brooklyn and musical documentary theater project J. Edgar Klezmer: Songs from My Grandmother's FBI Files have garnered acclaim and awards from The New York Times, Sparkplug Foundation, NYSCA, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, and OUTMusic, among others. Follow them on Facebook; Instagram @evesicular; Twitter @klezbigal; and at

Photos credit: Hank Gans

"Cutting Edge Klezmer" --The New Yorker

"Isle of Klezbos tests the elasticity of the genre" --The New Yorker

"Brilliant, Intense, Eclectic... intoxicating mix of a hundred years worth of classic and original klezmer, Latin, jazz and film music" --New York Music Daily

"Internationally acclaimed and much-loved... We'd make a joke, but they beat us to it." --Time Out NY

"World jazz... our favorite all-female traditional Yiddish music ensemble" --Will Friedwald, Wall Street Journal

"Talent as strong as its name is provocative. IoK is to Eastern European Jewish music what Cherish The Ladies is to Celtic" --Courier News NJ

"A supergroup... with an offbeat sense of humor and a relaxed sense of swing" --George Robinson, Jewish Week
Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays

Tue Jun 20

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Singer-Songwriter TuesdaysJoin host John P. Hughes as he presents another in the Cafe's ongoing series of music showcases. Enjoy both veteran and up-and-coming performers playing 15 minute sets from 8:00pm-10:00pm.

The scheduled musicians for this evening are Denise Jordan Finley, Wally Nichols, John Derosalia, Vickie Raabin, Daniel Villegas, and Lynn Margileth.
Abby Hollander Band

Fri Jun 30

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Abby Hollander BandAbby Hollander is a singer, multi-instrumentalist, and award-winning songwriter; originally from Woodstock, NY. In 2013 she formed her band in Brooklyn to perform her original songs in a traditional bluegrass setting.

Jason Borisoff, a Romulus, NY native, plays guitar, sings harmony, and co-writes songs. Ellery Marshall, from Los Angeles, provides the banjo sound that is one of the group's trademark features. The group is regularly joined some of the Northeast's best fiddle and mandolin players. All the musicians play an active role in helping Abby arrange her songs, making the band a dynamic, collaborative experience, rooted equally in the time-honored sounds of bluegrass, and the 21st century city they call home.

The band has been featured in numerous bluegrass festivals and publications, including as emerging artists at the 2015 Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival.

Their self-titled debut album is now available for download on iTunes and Amazon, and on CD at any of their shows.

This event was originally scheduled for June 24th.

"This one's a keeper. Keep an eye on the Abby Hollander Band." --John Lawless, Bluegrass Today

Events for July 2017
Derek Gripper

Sat Jul 1

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Derek GripperDerek Gripper's exploration of Mali's greatest instrumental virtuosos has created a new form of classical guitar music out of one of Africa's richest musical traditions. Derek, a virtuoso guitarist from South Africa, magically conjures anew a centuries-old ancient African musical heritage, interpreting kora (21-string harp-lute) compositions on solo guitar... a feat which classical guitar legend John Williams said he thought was "absolutely impossible until I heard Derek Gripper do it."

Derek has traveled throughout the world as a soloist, and collaborated with kora maestro Toumani Diabate at the Acoustik Festival Bamako in Mali, and with guitar legend John Williams at London's Globe Theatre. His recent work incorporates transcriptions and improvisations based on the work of such African composer/performers as Toumani Diabate, Ali Farka Touré, Ballaké Sissoko, Salif Keita and Fanta Sacko of Mali; as well as his own compositions based on the music of the Western Cape of South Africa. His newest recording, Libraries on Fire, explores kora duets on solo guitar.

"The result is astounding... It's hard to imagine a more impressive and passionate rendering of Malian music on classical guitar." --Afropop Worldwide

"...his playing has a depthless beauty, which does full justice to the complexity of Toumani's compositions... a staggering achievement on solo guitar." --Songlines Magazine

"one of the most atmospheric recordings of guitar music, of any kind, that I have heard" --Classical Guitar Magazine

"a master musician" --Rolling Stone
Mama's Broke

Sat Jul 8

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Mama's BrokeA unique folk duo that interweaves age-old music form and traditions with original modern compositions. They tell a story both familiar and new.

As they prepare for the release of their debut full length album, and this summer's Album Launch tour, Mama's Broke have been taking time away from the road, which has been the constant in this hard working band's life since the beginning.

Mama's Broke is a powerful folk duo that deliver a compelling performance with heart and raw energy. Although highly influenced by their Canadian roots, Lisa and Amy are based out of nowhere and everywhere.

Their two strong voices blend to create haunting harmonies, while they artfully juggle an array of instruments including fiddle, banjo, guitar and mandolin; and incorporate traditional dance and foot percussion as part of their performance. Their original... and often dark... compositions push the boundaries of tradition and the constraints of genre. Drawing from many styles such as old-time, quebecois, blues, punk, celtic, balkan, and doom metal, they create a soundscape that is both familiar and new.

Sat Jul 29

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AmeranoucheThe award-winning Ameranouche (pronounced uh-Mare-uh-noosh) plays a passionate style of music they call "Gypsy Flamenco Swing". They are veterans of the Newport Jazz Festival, Djangofest Northwest, Muzikfest Bethlehem, PA and the National Press Club. The name is derived from two words: American and Manouche, the gypsy tribe of guitarist Django Reinhardt. The rip-roaring ensemble is a super force of hot acoustic Gypsy-inspired music mixing Flamenco, Bebop and Jazz swing influences. Played on traditional French jazz guitars, the music is rhythmic, vigorous, and elegant. Whether they're playing a musette waltz from 1930, or an Andalusian inspired original tune, Ameranouche's Gypsy Flamenco Swing style is a fresh and highly enjoyable new sound for the 21st century.

Gypsy Flamenco Swing is about coming together and celebrating our shared humanity. Ameranouche is committed to connecting deeply with its audience and sharing joy and peace through its live shows and recorded albums.

"In my opinion, more than an exceptional form of gypsy-oriented jazz, Ameranouche is a capture of joyfulness itself." --Pat Martio

"Thanks so much for the spectacular show. I get to see 100s of bands and Ameranouche always amazes. You made a bunch of fans tonight. Hurry back!" --Peter Pittman, owner/operator of the Conch and Bucket and the Taphouse in Hampton, VA

"Simply exquisite." --Ed Ruiez, owner/operator of Trent River Coffee and Tea in New Bern NC

"The CDs are great, but the live show is a must, because they are just beyond description... amazing in person!" --Dottie Bartel, owner of Stony Creek Inn in Stony Creek, NY

"...everyone from Bela Fleck and Ricky Skaggs to the Gypsy jazz band Ameranouche" --Allison Glock, New York Times

"Their unique Gypsy Jazz sound, undeniable talent and cool, mellow stage presence makes them a crowd favorite at any live show" --Alyssa Jane Hale,

"...they were playing on the Waterside Stage as we entered the festival grounds and headed toward the main stage, and their music was so infectious it stopped us in our tracks." --Festival Preview, A Sunday To Remember at Newport Jazz Festival

"The NEW sound of America!" --Kevin Wheatley, National Lampoon Director

"This is one of those bands that will thrill and amaze any audience!" --Shawn Mercer, Over The Bridge Productions

"Gypsy music tapped into an ethereal sphere, somewhere between J.S. Bach and M. C. Escher." --New Hampshire Magazine

"From the rural seacoast of New Hampshire comes the percussive and exultant gypsy strains of the Ameranouche trio." --New Hampshire Magazine

"New Hampshire's own Ameranouche!!!, has created an album of incredibly inspiring, and very interesting music. The tunes that make up 'Homage A Manouche' are smooth, tasteful, and absolutely swinging." --Christopher Hislop, Seacoast Spotlight Entertainment

"The members of Ameranouche!!! are keeping the traditions of Django Reinhardt alive with their virtuosic and spirited performances." --Liz Bulkley, NHPR

"The trio's debut CD, 'Homage A Manouche', is a superbly played collection of original compositions and Gypsy Jazz standards that clearly sets them apart as monster players." --Jon Nolan, The Wire

Events for August 2017
Mikhail Horowitz and Gilles Malkine

Sat Aug 5

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Mikhail Horowitz and Gilles MalkineThe barely sustainable and soon-to-be-remaindered duo of Mikhail Horowitz and Gilles Malkine will once again stain the escutcheon of Rosendale Cafe with their literary lampoons, forgettable folk anthems, and comedy so intellectually dense that only a Martian anthropologist, a Swiss practitioner of cerebral topiary, and a genetically modified rutabaga can understand it.

They'll be joined by two or three competent musicians who prefer to remain unidentified.

This show was originally scheduled for May 13th.

"These two lost souls are definitely in need of a frontal Deuteronomy." --Awake magazine

"Ditto!" --Echolalia Times-Picayune
Slam Allen

Sat Aug 12

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Slam AllenNational Blues Music Award nominated Slam Allen is one of the last of the "Real Deal" singer, songwriter, guitarist and entertainers; playing soul and blues the way it's supposed to be done: Heart felt, joyous, and full of love and entertainment! Treat yourself to a memorable night out and see one of the last links who was there to learn from B.B. King, James Brown, Wilson Picket, James Cotton, Otis Redding, and Muddy Waters. Slam is a living treasure that will remind you of how music can really make you feel!
Steve Riley and Racines

Sat Aug 19

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Steve Riley and RacinesThe late Dewey Balfa once said "A culture is like a tree, you have to water the roots, but you can't go cutting off the branches every time the tree tries to grow". Well, Racines (which means "roots" in French) both waters the roots and stretches outward. A collaborative project of five gentlemen who are all well-known Cajun musicians in their own right, Racines explores the varying musical traditions that call Southwest Louisiana home: Cajun music, Zydeco, blues and more.

  • Steve Riley (The Mamou Playboys, Lil Band O' Gold) - Accordion, Fiddle, Guitar, Vocals
  • Kevin Wimmer (Balfa Toujours, The Red Stick Ramblers) - Fiddle, Vocals
  • Mitchell Reed (Beausoleil, Charivari) - Bass, Fiddle
  • Chris Stafford (La Bande Feufollet, Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole) - Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Lap Steel


    Events for September 2017
    Lara Hope & The Ark-Tones

    Sat Sep 16

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    Lara Hope & The Ark-TonesWinner of the 2017 Ameripolitan Music Award for Best Rockabilly Female, and named the "Best Up-and-Coming Band" by Hudson Valley Magazine, Lara Hope and the Ark-Tones are New York's premier rockabilly, roots rock n' roll, rhythm & blues outfit.

    Born from a hybrid of Lara's former Rockabilly band The Champtones, and upright bassist Matt's international Psychobilly act The Arkhams, The Ark-Tones hit the ground running in 2012, and they haven't slowed down since. This fun-loving bunch packs the dance floor with their own original musical offerings in the vintage style, as well as re-workings of classics and standards. This "travelin' band" is out there pleasing listeners of all ages and walks of life... wherever they roam. Their second full length album, Love You To Life, is out May 2017.

    "The #1 Ulster County Band to follow in 2014" --Come To Woodstock Magazine

    "Best Up-and-Coming Band of 2015! --Hudson Valley Magazine

    Both nostalgic and dancehall pounding!" --Rick Meek, Blue Suede News

    Some retro acts reference old styles with a postmodern wink; others inhabit them as if the last 50 years had failed to transpire. Lara Hope and the Ark-Tones somehow manage to do both." --John Burdick, Hudson Valley Almanac (Nov 30, 2014)

    Events for October 2017
    Sheila Jordan with Rob Scheps, Cameron Brown & Tony Jefferson

    Sat Oct 21

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    Sheila Jordan with Rob Scheps, Cameron Brown & Tony JeffersonLegendary master jazz singer Sheila Jordan makes a rare appearance in Rosendale, with close colleagues Cameron Brown (bass), Rob Scheps (tenor sax/flute), and Tony Jefferson (drums/voice).

    An NEA Jazz Master, Sheila Jordan is a big part of jazz history. Credits abound, and include George Russell, Carla Bley, Tom Harrell, George Gruntz, Steve Kuhn, Harvie S, Alan Broadbent, and more. Her Blue Note record Portrait of Sheila is a classic. Charlie Parker is her biggest influence. Sheila's touring duo with brother-from-another-mother Cameron Brown is augmented by two of her fave colleagues, saxophonist Scheps and drummer Jefferson.

    Tenor / soprano saxophonist Rob Scheps has performed with Gil Evans Band, Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, John Scofield, George Russell, Bob Moses, Terumasa Hino, Al Grey, Clark Terry, Sam Rivers, Julius Hemphill, Duffy Jackson, Cecil Taylor, Joey Calderazzo Quartet... He leads his own bands; Magnets! with Kim Clarke; The Rob Scheps Big Band in Portland, Oregon; and the Rob Scheps Core-tet in NYC; which has a new CD entitled Live at Smalls on the way.

    Bassist Cameron Brown has been Sheila's right hand man in Duo for many years, and was also part of the famed George Adams / Don Pullen Quartet. His other credits include Dannie Richmond, Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, Billy Hart, Dewey Redman, Joe Lovano, Idris Muhammad, Leon Parker, Tom Harrell, Dave Ballou, Jay Clayton, and George Russell.

    Drummer and vocalist Tony Jefferson is one of the most in-demand drummers in the jazz world. His credits include Kenny Drew, Jr., Lou Donaldson, Eddie Henderson, Frank Wess, Gary Smulyan, Cedar Walton, John Abercrombie, and many more. Tony is also a fine jazz singer, as you will hear when he teams up with Sheila.

    Events for November 2017
    Tom Pacheco

    Sat Nov 25

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    Tom PachecoA Peace Concert

    No one can advance the cause of peace and justice through songwriting like Tom, who once again returns to the Cafe for a night of masterful folk artistry. This is the voice you need to hear in this season of thanks.

    Brian Hollander will be accompanying Tom, playing Dobro. Bruce Milner on Keyboard.

    "Whilst Mr. Springsteen draws on the inspiration of Guthrie, Seeger, etc.; Pacheco is the real thing, cut from the same cloth as those guys, with the same dust on his boots, and the same song in his heart." --Steve Morris,

    Recent Events at the Cafe

    Feb-28-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
    Mar-01-17: Pat Kelly
    Mar-02-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
    Mar-04-17: The Levin Brothers
    Mar-05-17: Launch Party: Carrying the Torch - Songs of Remarkable Women
    Mar-08-17: International Women's Day
    Mar-09-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
    Mar-11-17: Rick Fire and The Ricktones
    Mar-12-17: Opening reception for Pat Kelly's gallery exhibition
    Mar-14-17: CANCELLED - Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
    Mar-16-17: Salsa Thursday with Cumbia lessons and Latin dancing
    Mar-18-17: Krewe de la Rue
    Mar-19-17: Saint Patrick's Day Celtic Cafe
    Mar-23-17: Salsa Thursday with Cumbia lessons and Latin dancing
    Mar-25-17: The Rob Scheps / Francesca Tanskley Quartet
    Mar-28-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
    Mar-30-17: Salsa Thursday with Cumbia lessons and Latin dancing
    Mar-31-17: James Reams & The Barnstormers
    Apr-01-17: Anne Coleman
    Apr-01-17: DUM Turkish Rhythm Celebration
    Apr-06-17: Salsa Thursday with Chacha lessons and Latin dancing
    Apr-08-17: Bucky Pizzarelli / Ed Laub / Martin Pizzarelli Trio
    Apr-11-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
    Apr-13-17: Salsa Thursday with Chacha lessons and Latin dancing
    Apr-15-17: Dan Bern
    Apr-20-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
    Apr-21-17: Rosendale Youth Summer Camp Fundraiser with The Bedtime Kissers
    Apr-25-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
    Apr-27-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
    Apr-28-17: Jesse Lege & Bayou Brew
    Apr-29-17: The Lucky Five
    Apr-30-17: Celtic Cafe
    May-04-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
    May-06-17: Locust Honey
    May-07-17: Opening reception for Daniel Malpica's gallery exhibition
    May-09-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
    May-11-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
    May-13-17: CANCELLED... Mikhail Horowitz and Gilles Malkine
    May-18-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
    May-20-17: John Berenzy
    May-21-17: Celtic Cafe
    May-23-17: Singer-Songwriter Tuesdays
    May-25-17: Salsa Thursday with lessons and Latin dancing
    May-27-17: Bunkhouse Boys

    Click here for all past events since the middle of 2004.

    Concert Information

    Due to the limited seating and intimate setting at the Cafe, we have found the following policies to be neccessary:

    • No reservations will be accepted.
    • There are no advanced ticket sales.
    • Seating is on a first come, first served basis. We regret that we cannot hold seats for members of a party who have not yet arrived.
    • Dinner is served during the performances.
    • We require a $5 per person dinner minimum.
    • Avoid using portable electronic devices during a show, such as laptops, cell phones, and PDAs.
    • The cafe is a smoke-free environment. Please do not smoke within 20 feet of a door or opened window.

    The Rosendale Cafe®
    434 Main St. • PO Box 436 • Rosendale, NY 12472 • 845.658.9048
    Hours: 11:00am-10:00pm, seven days a week (except major holidays)