Gilded Splendor: A Hudson River Museum Gala (2024)


Thursday, June 13, 2024, 6pm


Hudson Room



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Revel in the 100th anniversary of the Hudson River Museum’s stewardship of Glenview, our beautiful Gilded Age home on the National Register of Historic Places, while celebrating the stunning summer exhibitions and three outstanding honorees.

Join us for:
6pm cocktails
7pm seated dinner and dessert
Live musical performances
Silent and live auctions

The dinner, catered by Sterling Affair, will take place in the Museum’s newly reopened ballroom, the Hudson Room, and the River Terrace. With music by The Westchester Center for Jazz and Contemporary Music.

The silent auction will be available onsite and at May 30 through June 13.

Festive cocktail attire encouraged. Let yourself be inspired by the glamor and style of the Gilded Age! Valet parking available.

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For more information about sponsorship, tickets, and journal ads, call (914) 963-4550 x217. All proceeds will benefit the HRM’s mission and programs.



NewYork-Presbyterian Westchester
With Paul J. Dunphey, Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, NYP Allen and NYP Westchester, accepting the honor. We recognize NewYork-Presbyterian for their commitment to providing high-quality health care in Westchester and for their support of our award-winning Junior Docent Program.

Janet T. Langsam, CEO ArtsWestchester
A tireless champion of the arts throughout Westchester County, leading ArtsWestchester for more than 30 years and advocating for the support of local artists and cultural organizations.

Julia Santos Solomon, Artist and Community Convener
Julia Santos Solomon is a Dominican-American multimedia artist and HRM Trustee. Her body of work, which has been exhibited and collected nationally and abroad, speaks to the full range of one woman’s life experience coming out of the vibrant cultural heritage of the Caribbean.



NewYork-Presbyterian Westchester
Julia Santos Solomon and Martin Krakower, MD

Jan and Warren Adelson
Tom and Terry D’Auria
Ginsburg Development Companies
National Resources
Sound Associates, Inc.

The Bernacchia Family
Brett Humphreys and Samantha Merton
Thompson & Bender
Yonkers Economic Development Corp.
Yonkers IDA

Debra A. Blair and Richard deBart
Con Edison
Brian Dore
John and Barbara Eager
Rachel Grunau
Elise Kessler and Mark Mottel
Robin Liebowitz and Philippe Sandmeier
William and Albina Mascetta
W Kurt Meinen
Christina O’Neill
Lorraine W. Shanley and David H. Snyder
Tammy M. Torres

Jane and Jack Bierwirth
David Brent
Gilberto Cardenas and Dolores Garcia
Brian and Barbara Cray
Mara Der Hovanesian
Stanley and Marcia Grubel
Christina Ha and Marcus Solis
Katherine Cooper Hastings and David Nathans
Jennifer Huffman
Robin Jenkins and Lisa Simonetti
Yolanda F. Johnson
Cristle Collins Judd
Sharon Lopez Kaplan
Paloma Krakower
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc.
Conrad and Sarah Meyer
Dr. Burt and Karin Meyers
Joan S. Monk
Nancy Montag
The Mulford Corporation/MHACY
DeWayne N. Philips and Caroline A. Wamsler, PhD
Susan Fraysse Russ and Andrew N. Russ
Chip Schulz
Eric and Dottie Solomon
Erik Swanson and Janis Staggs
Kathrine Switzer and Roger Robinson
Derrick Touba
University of Mount Saint Vincent
Kathryn B. Welch


Gala Committee

Gala Co-Chairs
Debra A. Blair
Elizabeth Bracken-Thompson
Robin Liebowitz
Christina O’Neill

Committee Members
Jan P. Adelson
Clare Bell
Ellen Bloom
Gilberto Cardenas and Dolores Garcia
Thomas A. D’Auria
Brian Dore
Dr. Marsha Gordon
Rachel Grunau
Christina Ha and Marcus Solis
Priscila and Alvin Hudgins, III
Yolanda F. Johnson
Elise J. Kessler
Wilson Kimball
Martin Krakower, MD
Conrad and Sarah Meyer
Nancy Montag
DeWayne N. Phillips and Caroline A. Wamsler, PhD
Angelique Piwinski
Donald and Juliana Rosenfeld
Susan Fraysse Russ
Kathrine Switzer and Roger Robinson
Edwina von Gal
Kathryn B. Welch


All proceeds will benefit the HRM’s mission and educational programs. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. If you cannot attend but would like to support, please make a donation here.


Image: Adelheid Dietrich (German, 1827–1891). Spring Bouquet (detail), 1874. Oil on canvas mounted to Masonite. Collection of the Hudson River Museum. Gift of Shelley and Felice Bergman, 2023 (2023.15.5). Photo: Steven Paneccasio. On view in A Feast for the Eyes: Sumptuous Still Lifes.