While the Philippe Lemm Trio performs originals and creatively re-imagined jazz standards, Richie Siegler’s quintet pays tribute to The Jazz Messengers — but both will perform at the Parrish Art Museum.
A songwriter, musician, New York Times best-selling author, painter and performer, Josh Ritter seems to do it all. He is unafraid of growing, changing and challenging earlier versions of himself — as well as past performances.
Tony nominee, Drama Desk Lifetime Achievement honoree and two-time MAC Award winner Charles Busch employs his skills as performer and playwright in a new show that gets to the essence of this legendary entertainer.
The Sylvester Manor Educational Farm will wrap up this summer’s concert series in style, with a performance by Flatt Lonesome on Sunday, August 12, up on the Creekside stage.
To his generations of fans, the New York native is simply Béla Fleck, who is now striking out solo, illuminating the possibilities of the five-string banjo with new music and old tunes from his 40-year career.
The Sag Harbor Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary will kick off a series of free concerts in Marine Park with The Realm on Thursday, August 2, at the Sag Harbor Park, located on Bay Street and Marine Park Drive.
Critically acclaimed in film, television, recordings and the Broadway stage — not to mention having sold millions of records worldwide — Williams will give a concert on Saturday, August 4, at 8 p.m. at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, located at 76 Main Street in Westhampton Beach.
Each Music for Montauk concert is timed to end just before sunset — a trio of location, light and sound that creates an atmosphere the summer music festival is known for, starting off on Tuesday, August 7, at 8 p.m. with the Pedro Giraudo Jazz Ensemble at Solé East in Montauk.
A serendipitous move during this phase led him to the book, “The Fruitful Darkness” by Joan Halifax Roshi — three words that best described his current state of being, he said, and the only logical title for his latest effort, which he will pull from and discuss during a concert on Friday, July 27, as part of G. E. Smith’s “Portraits” series at Guild Hall in East Hampton.
On the brink of the 35th anniversary of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival, Marya Martin found herself taking stock.
The Clam Bar at Napeague is hosting live music every Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. — next up, Joe Haines on July 25 — at the Amagansett restaurant, located at 2025 Montauk Highway.
On Sunday, July 22, Winter and his band — Doug Rappoport on guitar, Koko Powell on bass and Jason Carpenter on drums, with the frontman on saxophone, keyboards, percussion and vocals — will perform at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead.
Following their trajectory of non-traditional performance settings, the group will come to The White Room Gallery for the first of a series of live art happenings: “Water Musings,” an ode to the artists’ profound fascination with the fluidity and power of water, on Saturday, July 21, at the Bridgehampton gallery.
The ballet, the music, the costumes, the voice. “Peter and the Wolf” is an audience favorite and, in collaboration with the Hampton Festival Orchestra and a surprise guest narrator, the Hampton Ballet Theatre School will bring it to life.
Shortly after the Maureen Sherry author event, the Rolston String Quartet will perform a free pop-up concert on Friday, July 20, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Hampton Library, located at 2478 Main Street in Bridgehampton, as part of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival.