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Neil 'Nail' Alexander 
Member since Aug 6, 2013

Jazz pianist, synthesist, composer. Multiple groups including NAIL, The X Ensemble; solo performer. Works with Dancers, Choreographers and Poets. Drinks the Elixir of Life (otherwise known as Coffee).

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Re: “Music For A Summer Evening

At last we have updated info!

On July 11th Safe Harbors of the Hudson will present “Music for a Summer’s Evening”, a live performance by the contemporary chamber ensemble ‘X Ensemble’. The program will feature the recently premiered “Convergence: Series A” by composer & pianist Neil Alexander and includes other pieces from their repertoire of original and classical compositions.
This will be a free outdoor evening concert on Safe Harbors Green, located at the intersection of Broadway and Liberty, in Newburgh NY.
The music will begin at 5:30 pm. Concertgoers should bring chairs and/or a picnic blanket. In addition, folks are encouraged to call The Wherehouse Restaurant (located across the street at 119 Liberty St., 845-561-4720) to place an order for a delicious boxed picnic supper to enjoy this summer’s evening concert in the park. In case of rain the concert will be rescheduled for Sunday July 18th.

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Posted by Neil 'Nail' Alexander on 06/29/2021 at 6:11 PM

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