Sag Harbor Composer Premieres New Work

When pianist Dan Koontz isn’t busy playing in rock bands on the East End, he is composing — his most recent work, “Sonatina No. 2.”

Chamber Music Festival Brings Pacifica Quartet to Bridgehampton

When flautist Marya Martin hears the string quartets of Haydn, Shostakovich and Beethoven, she loses herself in the music — captivated and transported, with a dash of envy.

Cowboy Junkies Set for Westhampton Beach PAC

Michael and Margo Timmins are numbers three and four in the family lineup of six — siblings by blood, friends by default, and compatriots in ragging on the youngest of them all, Peter. Half a century later, that dynamic still holds — their 30-year career as the Cowboy Junkies notwithstanding.

Keeping the Faith, Gene Casey Still Doing Rockabilly

The band’s upcoming show on Saturday night at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center is a three-decade retrospective of sorts.

Sullivan is “Laughin’ to Keep From Cryin'” in Sag Harbor

Terry Sullivan often starts with a story, and finishes it with a song — stories of Irish history and revolutionaries laced with humor and sorrow.

A Conversation With Inda Eaton

Ahead of her March 16 show at Bay Street Theater, the singer-songwriter opened up about her musical niche, the forthcoming release of her ninth album and something that no one else knows about her yet.

Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival Continues Spring Concert Streak

Introduced in 2015 as a two-concert series, BCMF Spring has proved to be a success, justifying an expanded fourth season.

Bits & Banter: Inda on Horizon, Herb in Question, Don’t Forget Dancing Shoes, Reiner...

Not only is Inda Eaton’s upcoming concert “Authentic Adventures: Acoustic Highway” chock full of storytelling, comedy and, of course, music, but it marks the beginning of a new album adventure, “Shelter in Place.”

A Full Circle Musical Journey Between Student and Teacher

When Chris Kline, a third grade teacher at Sag Harbor Elementary School, opens for Caroline Doctorow, it will be the completion of a full circle journey.

Bay Street Falls Into ‘Ring Of Fire’

When it comes to Johnny Cash, it doesn’t get much better than Philip Bauer — other than the late musician himself.

Masonic Temple To Host Charity Concert

“Best of the Best” winner Dante will play a concert at 8 p.m. as part of the Masonic Winter Music Series, to benefit the Mason’s Pierson High School Scholarship Fund and the Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry.

Students Take Stage on Friday for Hamptons Got Talent

On Friday night, 19 local singers, songwriters and dancers will take to the stage at Hampton Bays High School to battle it out for first place — and bragging rights — at the fifth annual competition.

Eastville, Sylvester Manor ‘Lift Every Voice’ at Bay Street Theater

The capsulation of black history into a single month is at once impossible and a necessary attempt, as the American story cannot be told without also telling the story of African Americans.

Winterfest is Back at East End Arts

Winterfest is back — this year from Thursday, February 22, to March 18 — and celebrating its 11th year of championing local wineries, breweries,...

A Dynamic Duo: Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer

A true sister act if there ever was one, sisters Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer will share the stage at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on Friday, February 16

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