Imagine you’re at a house party and someone is playing the piano and taking requests. Now imagine there are two pianos, two players and a third guy on drums. Oh, and they’re doing a little improvisational comedy — and taking turns playing each other’s instruments. Sound fun?
On Saturday, March 14, at 8 p.m., Katherine C.H.E. returns for an encore performance in the Wamponamon Masonic Music Series: A Singer Songwriter Music Series at the Masonic Lodge, 200 Main Street, Sag Harbor.
Known primarily for his behind the scenes work as a sound technician on thousands of musical performances on the East End, Michael Mazzaraco (aka Mike Maz) occasionally gets to perform on stage himself. On Friday, March 13, at 8 p.m. Maz and friends will perform as part of the Wamponamon Masonic Music Series.
On view now at the East Hampton Library are four new exhibits from the library’s Long Island Collection. Among the displays are photographs and documents from the family of George Lewis Fowler Sr. and Sarah Melissa Fowler, who lived in the Fowler House which East Hampton Town recently restored. Fowler House is the only landmark currently associated with the Montaukett people.'
Cineastes and fashionistas take note — on Sunday afternoons at 2:30 p.m. now through May 24, the Montauk Library will present “Savoir Faire: Iconic Fashion in Iconic Films,” a series of classic Hollywood films where couture and characters are inextricably and indelibly combined.
Sylvester Manor Educational Farm on Shelter Island had planned to bring the Canadian fiddle band The Fretless to the Manor House Music Room for two concerts of Irish folk music on Saturday, March 14. However, out of an abundance of caution, the administrators at Sylvester Manor have decided to postpone the concerts.
The Heckscher’s wide-ranging collection includes European and American art spanning three centuries. To celebrate its centenary, the museum is focusing on works by regional artists, from Edward Moran’s atmospheric 1872 study of fog-bound sailboats in New York Bay (one of Heckscher’s original donations) to a pair of mixed-media works on paper from Bastienne Schmidt’s Underwater Topography series, completed last year. Comprising more than 100 works, “Locally Sourced: Collecting Long Island Artists,” on view through March 15, illustrates the diversity of the region’s creative community, with something to please everyone’s taste, including the children’s.
In the space between strict Abstract Expressionism, where shapes are born of emotion and imagination, and the familiar, if provocative, imagery of pop art, there existed Jack Youngerman’s work.
Who doesn’t love a good whodunnit on stage — especially one filled with mystery, murder, intrigue and humor, all inspired by the pages of classic 19th century literature? Welcome to “Sherlock’s Secret Life,” Boots on the Ground Theater’s latest production, which comes to life on the stage of the Southampton Cultural Center (SCC) for a three-week run beginning March 6.
His new album is called “Maybe I’m Running Away,” but musician Randy Parsons doesn’t want to be anywhere else in the world other than the home he has, tucked away in the woods of Springs.
From March 7 through April 19, the work of more than 1,000 young artists from the East End will be on view in the Parrish Art Museum’s annual Student Exhibition, a nearly 65-year tradition.
The 6th annual Songwriters Share Concert Series at the Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse in Bridgehampton continues on Friday, March 6, at 7:30 p.m. with Black and Sparrow, the talented acoustic duo of Klyph Black and John Sparrow who have been performing for years to receptive crowds.
On Friday, March 6, at 6 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum, in collaboration with Hamptons Doc Fest, will screen the 2019 documentary “Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack.”
On Monday, March 9, the artwork of Eastport’s John Melillo, a disabled Vietnam veteran, will go on view at New York University’s Kimmel Center for University Life, 60 Washington Square South.
This year, Dew Clarke Moorhead will finally discover what she’s been missing. A Main Street fixture for 43 years, her bright and colorful shop is now in the midst of a closeout sale with everything at least 50 percent off and a $20 rack for special bargains.