Chime In Holiday Pop Up Shop Reception

Join us 2-5pm for the opening event of Chime In's holiday pop up shop at Atlas Industries. Entry is located at 102 South William Street in Newburgh.

It's gonna be special!

chime in holiday pop up shop

Live music by a local electric guitar & bassist duo, Mellow Madness. 

Check out the brand new storefront, handmade, local designs, thrift clothing & a gift wrapping station, so you don't have to do it.

Plus! Chime In's debut lookbook photographed by Mollie McKinley.

Come get some. The pop up will be open 12-7pm for three weekends & they've got your holiday gifts covered. 

December 3 & 4 // December 10 & 11 // December 17 & 18


December 17, 2016

Dmitri Berlinsky  violin
Nadya Meykson  violin
Luke Fleming   viola
Timotheos Petrin  cello
Victoria Schwartzman  piano

Doors open at 6:30 ~ concert begins at 7pm
11 Spring Street
Newburgh, NY 12550
tickets  $30 ($5 goes to Safe Harbor's new park)

student & senior tickets at the door $20 (not available online)

piano quartet in G minor
Sonata for violin and piano
piano quintet in G minor


dmiti berlinsky

Dmitri Berlinsky
Michigan State University, Artist teacher, professor of violin

Mr. Berlinsky arrived on the International scene as the youngest winner in the history of the Paganini International Violin Competition in Genoa, Italy. This victory led to his performance on Nicolo Paganini's own Guarneri del Gesú instrument, a privilege shared by only a handful of artists in history. Subsequent triumphs at the Montreal International Violin Competition (Grand Prize), the International Tchaikovsky Competition and the Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels, led to appearances with major orchestras in Europe, Russia, the Far East, North and South America.

Mr. Berlinsky has performed in such major venues as Carnegie and Avery Fisher Halls in New York, Kennedy Center in Washington DC, Tokyo's Suntory Hall, Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Mariinsky Concert Hall, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Berlin Philharmonic Hall, Munich Herkulessaal, Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels, Bonn Beethoven Hall, Le Place des Arts in Montreal, and Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires among others.

His extensive performance schedule has taken him to the Mostly Mozart Festival, the Prague Spring Festival, the Aspen Music Festival, the Newport Music Festival, the Settimane Musicale in Stresa, Italy, Bratislava Festival, as well as appearances at the Ambassador Foundation in Pasadena, the Fiddle Fest at Alice Tully Hall, the 92nd Street Y

 Recently he performed with Lorin Maazel at the Castleton Festival, Russian National Orchestra at the Arts Square Festival in St.Petersburg, Prague Radio Symphony at the Budapest Spring Festival, Orchestra de Chambre Français in New York, Russian Chamber Philharmonic on European Tour, Directed and performed with “International Chambers Soloists” at the Fontana Arts Festival, San Francisco Conservatory, New York, Los Angeles, Toronto. He gave recital in US, Taiwan, Korea, England, Italy, Mexico, and Brazil.

Recent highlights include performances with the London Philharmonic, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Sinfonia Toronto, Montreal Symphony, New York Chamber Symphony, Leipzig Radio Orchestra,  Belgian National Orchestra, Quebec, Utah, Virginia, Kalamazoo, Miami, San Antonio, and West Virginia Symphonies, Seoul Philharmonic, New Jersey Philharmonic,  Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz, Weimar Staatskapelle, Berlin Staatskapelle, Gent Opera Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonia Siciliana, UNAM Symphony in Mexico City,  I Musici de Montreal in Canada and the United States, South American tour with the Prague Chamber Orchestra,as well as appearances at the Casals Festival in Puerto Rico and festivals in Italy, Belgium, Germany, Scandinavia, Taiwan and Costa Rica. His playing was featured in Emmy-Award documentary “Life on Jupiter” and “New York Canvas”.

Dmitri has been Artist Teacher and Professor at the College of Music at the Michigan State University. His students have won important international competitions such as the Tchaikovsky, Menuhin, Tibor Varga, William Byrd and have assumed positions in orchestras including the Boston Symphony Orchestra and concertmaster of the Seattle Symphony.

In high demand as a teacher Mr.Berlinsky has tought and given Master Classes in Europe, Asia, Canada and in US at the Chautaqua Festival, Summit Music Festival in New York, Festival Internacional de Campos do Jordão in Brazil, International Academy of Music in Italy, Music in the Mountains Colorado, Schlern Festival, Instrumenta Verano in Mexico, University of South California in Los Angeles, Eastman School of Music, Menuhin School, Manhattan School, Temple University in Philhadelphia, DePaul and Roosevelt University in Chicago, Western Michigan University, Weber University in Utah,  and UNT in Texas.

Mr.Berlinsky is the founder of the chamber orchestra “International Chamber Soloists” and Artistic Director of “Southampton Arts Festival” in Long Island, New York. Mr.Berlinsky has been recipient of many awards including SONY, Juilliard, YCA and Bagby Foundations. For several years he played on famous “Yusupov” Stradivarious- the same instument David Oistrakh and Leonid Kogan played.

nadya mekson

Nadya Meykson

A native of Moscow, Nadya Meykson has performed as soloist and chamber musician in venues including Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Millennium Stage at The Kennedy Center, Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Center, The David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center, WMP Concert Hall, David Josefowitz Recital Hall at the Royal Academy of Music in London, The State Kremlin Palace Concert Hall, and All-Union House of Composers in Moscow. Nadya holds a Master's Degree in Music from the Eastman School of Music, where she served as Teaching Assistant for Mikhail Kopelman. Her other primary teachers include Levon Ambartsumian, Alexander Volobuev, Alvia Vandysheva, Elvira Simonova and Ai-Yi Bao. As soloist with orchestra, Nadya has appeared with the OSSIA Orchestra, Shoals Symphony Orchestra, Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra, and Alabama Youth Symphony Orchestra. Nadya has won various prizes, including Noel Levine Award, First Prize at Ray Dunmyer Youth Concerto Competition, Howard Hanson Scholarship, Charles W. Kennett Scholarship and First Prize at Shoals Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Competition. In 2006, Nadya was selected to participate in London Master Classes at the Royal Academy of Music in London. She also received a full scholarship three consecutive summers to participate in the National Symphony Orchestra's Summer Music Institute at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Nadya teaches violin at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music and Williamsburg Music Studio. Her recent performances were in Moscow in collaboration with a harpsichordist Anna Kuchina and ensemble La Villa Baroque.

luke fleming

Luke Fleming

Praised by The Philadelphia Inquirer for his “glowing refinement,” violist Luke Fleming‘s performances have been described byThe Strad as “confident and expressive…playing with uncanny precision,” and lauded by Gramophone for their “superlative technical and artistic execution.”  Festival appearances include the Marlboro Music School and Festival, the Steans Institute at Ravinia, Perlman Music Program, the Norfolk and Great Lakes Chamber Music Festivals, the Melbourne Festival, Bravo!Vail, and the Virginia Arts Festival, as well as concerts and residencies across North and South America, Europe, and Asia.  From 2009 – 2015, Mr. Fleming was violist of the internationally acclaimed Attacca Quartet, which served as Quartet-in-Residence for the Metropolitan Museum of Art from 2014 – 2015 and Graduate Resident String Quartet at the Juilliard School from 2011 – 2013.  With the Attacca Quartet, he was awarded First Prize at the Osaka International Chamber Music Competition and top prizes at the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition in 2011, as well as the 2013 National Federation of Music Clubs Centennial Chamber Music Award.

In 2015, Mr. Fleming became Founding Artistic Director of both the Manhattan Chamber Players, a New York-based chamber music collective, and the Crescent City Chamber Music Festival, a community outreach-oriented festival partnered with Tulane University in his hometown, New Orleans.  Mr. Fleming has been featured on a Live from Marlboro CD release on the Archiv Music label, and his recordings with the Attacca Quartet of the complete string quartet works of John Adams and their own arrangement of Haydn’s Seven Last Words of Christ for Azica records were released to widespread critical acclaim. He has performed as a guest artist with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Sejong Soloists, Ensemble ACJW, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, New York Classical Players, and the Serafin String Quartet.  Mr. Fleming holds the degrees of Doctor of Musical Arts, Artist Diploma, and Master of Music from the Juilliard School, a Postgraduate Diploma with Distinction from the Royal Academy of Music in London, and a Bachelor of Music summa cum laude from Louisiana State University.  He is represented by Arts Global, Inc.

Timotheos Petrin

A native of Thessaloniki, Greece, Russian-Greek cellist Timotheos Petrin has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral musician across Europe, Asia and North America. He recently won the Astral Artists’ 2015 National Auditions (USA). Mr.Petrin entered the Curtis Institute of Music (Philadelphia, USA) in 2012. He is enrolled in the Bachelor of Music degree program and studies with Carter Brey, principal cellist of the New York Philharmonic and renowned musician Peter Wiley, Guarneri Quartet cellist. All students at Curtis receive a merit-based full-tuition scholarships and Mr.Petrin is a Lelia A. Wike Fellow.  He also had lessons and master classes with Leonidas Kavakos, Gary Hoffman, Franz Helmerson, Maria Kliegel, Colin Carr and Dimitris Patras. In Fall 2014 he made appearances at the Kumho Art Hall (Seoul, Korea). Taipei National University of the Arts (Taiwan), Lee Hysan Concert Hall (Hong-Kong) and Hochschule fur Music Carl Maria von Weber (Dresden, Germany) as part of the “Curtis on Tour” program in Asia and Europe.
An avid chamber musician, he gives concerts often in collaboration with important musical figures and ensembles such as the Eighth Blackbird Ensemble, the PRISM saxophone quartet, Roberto Diaz, Steven Tenenbom, Meng-Chieh Liu.
As a soloist he performed with the Athens State Symphony Orchestra, the Kennett Symphony Orchestra, the Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra, and the Greek-Turkish Youth Orchestra.
He made world premier performances of solo cello works written by Riho Esko Maimiets, Alyssa Weinberg, Andrew Hsu and Kostas Tsougkras. He had been appointed principal cellist of the Curtis Symphony Orchestra for the 2014-2015 season and was also a member of the European Union Youth Orchestra (EUYO) from 2010 to 2013.
Mr. Petrin attended the Euro Arts Festival (Leipzig), the Moritzburg Festival Academy and was also featured artists at the Dimitria Festival 2011. Upcoming appearances include solo concerts with the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra, performances at the Brandywine River Museum and the ChamberFest Cleveland.

Victoria Schwartzman

Victoria Schwartzman
Montclair State University and Long Island University adjunct faculty. piano, vocal coach

Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, Victoria Schwartzman (formerly Mazin) performs regularly as a soloist and chamber musician. Victoria has appeared at the Music Mountain Festival with the St. Petersburg String Quartet, in the New York Philharmonic Ensembles series at Merkin Hall, at Bargemusic, in the Gessner- Schocken concert series in Cambridge, WMP Concert Hall, and the Nicolas Roerich Museum concert series in New York City. As a member of the Yanvar Trio, she was a prizewinner in the Val-Tidone Chamber Music Competition and a finalist in the Zinotti International Chamber Music competition, both in Italy. As soloist with orchestra, Victoria has performed with the Jerusalem Chamber Orchestra, the Longy School of Music Chamber Orchestra, and the Riverside Orchestra. She has performed at the Quartet Program in Pennsylvania, and participated in the Tel-Hai International Piano Festival in Israel and the Lyrica Chamber Music Festival in New Jersey. Also active in the field of opera and art song, Victoria was vocal coach and accompanist at Boston Lyric Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, the Brevard Music Center, the Westchester Summer Vocal Institute, and the American Institute of Musical Studies Festival in Graz, Austria. She recently gave a master class in Russian vocal repertoire at Queens College, New York. She is on the coaching faculty in the Vocal Department at Montclair State University and Long Island University Post.

After graduating from Jerusalem Conservatory, Victoria continued her education at the Longy School of Music and New England Conservatory. While pursuing various degrees in solo and chamber music performance, she was selected to perform in masterclasses given by Dmitri Bashkirov, Menahem Pressler, and Richard Goode, among others. Her principal teachers include Irina Kivaiko, Issak Kossov, Victor Rosenbaum, Sally Pinkas, Eda Shlyam, and Eteri Andjaparidze.

SILENT SHOUT at The Gallery at ATLAS

The Gallery at ATLAS and SARDINE are pleased to present SILENT SHOUT a group show curated by Lacey Fekishazy. SILENT SHOUT will feature recent work by Maria CalandraAndy Cross, Gabriel Hurier, Elisa LendvayEva LeWittDana PowellKaren Tepaz and Tim Wilson. 

dana powell peephole

The show will open at noon in conjunction with Newburgh Open Studios 2016 on Saturday, September 24 and a reception will be held that evening from 7 to 9pm.  Gallery Hours are Saturday and Sunday from noon to 6 pm and by appointment through Sunday, October 9, 2016.

From curator LF:

SILENT SHOUT is comprised of a group of eight artists with diverse practices. Silently, and subtly they work with their hands, but their art shouts back at you. Using quiet humor, strong palettes, and repetitious mark making; these artists express an experimental urgency and overall joy in the creative process. Their work reverberates as if it were a strong shout from the artist’s inner core.”

Maria Calandra lives and works in Brooklyn. She is a graduate of Cornell Universityʼs MFA program and has previously exhibited with SARDINE, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Shrine and Romeo. She is the creator of the blog Pencil in the Studio.

Andy Cross (b. 1979, Williamsburg, Virginia) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Cross received a MFA from Hunter College in 2005. His work has been exhibited in New York and Internationally.  A larger installation titled “House Painter” received a solo show at the Max Mara, Maramotti Family Museum and Collection in Regio Emilia, Italy (2013).  In New York and Brooklyn he has had 5 solo exhibitions with Martos (2013), Kravets Wehby (2006), Cathouse Funeral (2014), and Sardine (2014 / 2016).  He has also had solo projects with Mario Diacono in Boston, Massachusetts (2005/2007).  

Gabriel Hurier was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and lives and works in Newburgh, New York. He studied painting and printmaking at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He has participated in numerous group shows in the New York area including Gallery 128 and ATM Gallery, and has also shown in Chicago, San Diego, Cincinnati, Zagreb, and Singapore.

Elisa Lendvay (b. 1975, Dallas, TX) holds an MFA in Sculpture from Bard College and a BFA from the University of Texas at Austin and Bennington College. Recent exhibitions include a solo presentation at Jason McCoy Gallery, New York, Fred Giampietro Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, and group shows at Kansas Gallery, New York; Asya Geisberg Gallery, New York; Rare Gallery, New York; Lesley Heller Workspace, New York; TSA, Brooklyn; Daily Operation, Brooklyn; Orgy Park, Brooklyn; and Klaus Von Nichtssagend, New York, among others. She lives and works in Queens and Brooklyn and just received a Newburgh Relocation Grant from the Orange County NY Arts Council.

Eva LeWitt lives and works in New York, New York. She holds a BFA in Art from Bard College. She has shown in New York and internationally. Recently her work has been featured in a solo show at Gallery OneTwentyEight in New York and a group show London’s Studio_Leigh Gallery.

Dana Powell (b. 1989, lives and works in Brooklyn, NY) received her BFA from The Cooper Union in 2015. Her first solo exhibition, Life Paintings, concluded a three month residency with The Still House Group (2016, Brooklyn, NY). Her work has been included in group exhibitions High and Tight, to_____bridges_____ (2016, Bronx, NY) and Shrines to Speed, Leila Heller (2016, New York, NY).

Karen Tepaz was born in Los Angeles, California. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. In 2013, she received a MFA in Sculpture from the Yale University School Of Art, New Haven, Ct. She was most recently included in 'Portrait of a Landscape' a group show at the Shirly Fiterman Art Center curated by Claudia Cortinez.
Tim Wilson was born in Virginia and lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Wilson received his BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1993 and his MFA from Yale University in 2013. He has had solo shows with Schroeder Romero, 31 Grand, and SARDINE in New York and Bucheon Gallery in San Francisco.

Lacey Fekishazy grew up in Newburgh, New York and currently lives and works there. She holds a BFA in Painting from SUNY New Paltz, New Paltz, New York and an MFA in Art from Queens College CUNY, Flushing, New York. Fekishazy founded an art gallery called SARDINE in Bushwick, Brooklyn in 2011. As part of Newburgh Open Studios, she also organizes Glenlily Grounds, an outdoor exhibition now in its third year.

The Gallery at ATLAS is located at 11 Spring Street in Newburgh, NY 12550.  Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday from noon - 6pm or by appointment. 

Contact: Lacey Fekishazy at 914.805.1974 or

Image Credit: Dana Powell, Peephole, 2016, 12 x 9 inches, oil on linen

Stephen Gerberich’s Garage and Gallery

New York based sculptor and kinetic artist Steve Gerberich presents a series of interactive offerings at his Newburgh studio as part of Newburgh Open Studios on September 24 and 25, 2016 from 12pm to 6pm at Atlas, 11 Spring Street, Newburgh. NY. Atlas and Gerberich will showcase small kinetic works and interactive workshops for visitors to enjoy.

Gerb’s Garage
In Gerberich’s studio, willing participants can sculpt their own mini masterpiece from a smorgasbord of parts painstakingly collected during Gerberich’s nationwide travels culled from dumpsters, thrift shops, and dollar stores. Sculptures will be assembled using hot glue “welding.” Children and adults can re-compose these objects into original works, while acquiring a new appreciation for creative reuse.

Gerberich's Gadgetry Exhibit
This installation of small interactive works creatively composed of overlooked common objects involve pressing buttons and turning cranks to set his kinetic sculptures in motion.

Thrift Shop
Visitors can purchase a wide selection of Gerberich’s unused artifacts by making an offer or paying as one wishes. Selected items will be numbered and signed by Gerberich.

kinetic artist steve gerberich

About Artist Steve Gerberich
From a pack rat's treasure trove of motors, toys, and other bric-a-brac, Gerberich is an alchemist of odds and ends and always searching for possibilities. A self-proclaimed lover of hand tools or any useful invention without a power cord, his Newburgh NY studio is brimming with machine parts, fixtures, and armies of antique collectibles where he turns discarded items into fantastical kinetic sculpture.

A sculptor with a B.F.A. from the University of Northern Iowa, Steve Gerberich began making art that moves when he relocated to New York City in 1985. He set up his first motorized installation in the gallery-filled neighborhood of SoHo, convincing owners of an abandoned factory to let him use their display windows. His work caught the attention of passers-by, including art collectors and delighted art critics.

Gerberich’s sculptures have graced museums across the U.S. and Canada and has been featured on CBS Sunday Morning, The Today Show, The New Yorker, Art in America and Sculpture Magazine. His work is held privately and in numerous public spaces throughout the United States. For more information about Steve Gerberich:

African Drumming Workshops with Baba Kazi Oliver

Sophisticated Designs Graphics and Promotions and Atlas Studios are excited to present a series of African Drumming Workshops! Led by instructor Baba Kazi Oliver - African Drummer Extraordinaire.

A natural percussionist since childhood, Oliver began giving after-school workshops in the Hudson Valley 20 years ago. His humor and knowledge have taught the joy of African drumming to students and teachers alike.

The monthly workshops begin this fall on Saturday, September 10th, October 15th, and November 12th from 2pm to 3:30pm. Reservations are required and space is limited! Special pricing is available for children and families. Check out the flyer for more information!

Don't miss this truly unique experience!

Don't miss this truly unique experience!