Get your tickets for “A Madrigal Feaste!”


The Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra (SCCO) and students from Nesin Cultural Arts (NCA) will present two performances of, “A Madrigal Feaste” on December 8, 2018 at 4pm and 7pm at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 15 St. John Street, Monticello, NY. Dinner is included. The performances are a form of dinner theater set in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance style meal is divided into courses, each of which is heralded by a traditional song. The audience will hear Renaissance instruments including a performance by renowned lutenist, Christopher Morrongiello.

Joining the SCCO musicians will be additional featured artists in collaboration with students of NCA’s Aspiring Young Musicians, Children’s Choirs, Dance and Visual Arts programs. The interactive celebration of the Holiday Season will feature Tenor, Jared Goldstein and Mezzo-Soprano, Marina Lombardi as Lord and Lady of Monticello Manor and Baritone, David Trombley and Mezzo-Soprano, Lori Orestano-James as Lord and Lady Chamberlain. There will also be a craft fair hosted by St. John’s Episcopal Church for guests to view and purchase items by local vendors.

The dinner is a poultry meal (vegetarian/vegan option also available) served with seasonal vegetables, Wassail punch and the traditional flaming Christmas pudding. Wine and ale will also be available.


Seating is limited. Tickets must be purchased in advance online  or by phone at: 845-798-9006.

Tickets are $45 and $25 for Children 14 and under. Children’s tickets are only available by phone.


CLICK HERE to purchase tickets to the 4:00pm seating of “A Madrigal Feaste”


CLICK HERE to purchase tickets to the 7:00pm seating of “A Madrigal Feaste”



“A Madrigal Feaste” is made possible in part by funding from a Sullivan County Arts & Heritage Grant, funded by the Sullivan County Legislature and administered by Delaware Valley Arts Alliance.

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The Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra (SCCO) is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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