Multi-instrument virtuoso Nick Piccininni got the 2020 Unity Hall Virtual Concert Series off to a rousing start on May 9th with a set that made it easy to see and hear why Nick has gained recognition on a national scale and was recently added as the newest member of the Yonder Mountain String Band. 

The online version of Unity Hall's 2020 High Notes Concert series is made possible by member support and a grant from CNY Arts.  All of the funding from Unity Hall's grant is being used to pay artists a decent fee for their performances at a time when they have been cut off from the opportunity to do concerts.

We hope you will consider supplementing this by making a donation to Nick's Tip Jar and will invite like-minded music lovers  enjoy this performance by sharing this link:

Thank you! from Nick Piccininni and your friends at Unity Hall.

Many Unity Hall programs are made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program,a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by CNY Arts.

We were pleased and proud to  be recognized as one of the Best Venues for live music in the 2019 and 2020 SAMMY Awards. Our thanks to the Syracuse Area Music Awards board and all those that voted, and congratulations to the venues we share this distinction with.


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