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The Stissing Center’s Covid Policy

The health and well-being of our guests is of paramount importance to us. The Stissing Center is presently requiring all attendees, staff, crew, and volunteers to present proof of vaccination and to wear a mask for all in-person events. Proof can include the CDC vaccination card, a photo/copy of the CDC vaccination card, or New York State’s Excelsior Pass or Excelsior Pass Plus. (Any children in attendance under the age of 12 must also wear a mask. Look for policy updates once vaccinations approved for children.)


December 4 @ 8:00 pm

Bruce Molsky is a revered ambassador for Appalachian and old-time music. His authentic feel for the repertoire transports audiences to another time and place. His collaborations range from classic old-time fiddling to Andy Irvine's world fusion ensemble Mozaik. He's toured from Appalachia to Australia and garnered two Grammy nominations.

Shai Wosner Studio Class

December 12 @ 1:00 pm

Shai Wosner, who recently amazed us with his performance of Diabelli Variation in October at TSC, has graceously agreed to relocate his December Studio Class from its home at Bard Conservatory to The Stissing Center. As many as six of his students will perform on the Steinway piano at the center. Shai will introduce the pieces and explain a few challenges and history prior to the performance.  This is a free public event for anyone who is interested in learning about music education and supporting young students who are training to become the next generation of concert pianists. 

The Stissing Center is pleased to host The Stissing Theatre Guild as they present The Bald Soprano by Eugène Ionesco on December 17th & 18th, 2021 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are sold directly via the Stissing Theatre Guild's ticket site.

Mr. Fullerton

December 19 @ 3:00 pm

by Anne Undeland

A love story based on a true one. In 1909 while living in Paris, the 46-year-old Edith Wharton fell in love for the first and only time in her life.

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Our Mission

Impact. Partner. Create.

The Stissing Center seeks to positively impact our community by partnering with artists, individuals, and organizations to create meaningful programs, events, and opportunities. As a center for diversity, culture, and civic life in a small town, The Stissing Center aims to support local economic revitalization and job creation in Pine Plains and the surrounding Hudson Valley region.

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Announcing: Reopening The Doors

August 23rd, 2021|0 Comments

Date: For Immediate Release Phone: 518-771-3340 Contact: Nolan@TheStissingCenter.org Email: Info@TheStissingCenter.org The Stissing Center Announces the REOPENING THE DOORS Concert Series Pine Plains, NY: The Stissing Center is thrilled to announce their 2021 Fall Concert Series, Reopening [...]

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RELEASE: Second Season
LIVE! from The Stissing Center

June 21st, 2021|0 Comments

Date: For Immediate Release Phone: 518-771-3340 Contact: Brian Keeler Email: Info@TheStissingCenter.org The Stissing Center Announces Second Season of LIVE! from The Stissing Center! Pine Plains, NY: The Stissing Center is thrilled to announce the second season of LIVE! [...]

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RELEASE: Debussy and Ravel at The Stissing Center

August 7th, 2020|0 Comments

Date: For Immediate Release Phone: 518-771-3340 Contact: Brian Keeler Email: Info@TheStissingCenter.org Debussy and Ravel at The Stissing Center Pine Plains, NY:  The Stissing Center is proud to announce another fresh approach to the marriage of chamber music [...]

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