Joining in on the festivities is the “Artists Love Movies” film series, which will conclude with Susan Lacy’s 1998 documentary “Leonard Bernstein: Reaching for the Note” on Sunday, September 16, at Pierson High School in Sag Harbor, to benefit the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center.
Tax evasion and fraud may have taken Leona Helmsley down, but Tovah Feldshuh is bringing her back up in “Tovah is LEONA!,” an all-new show featuring highlights from the Broadway-bound musical, “Queen of Mean.”
Michael Weiskopf bristles at the word “tribute.” Elvis Presley comes to mind. Frank Sinatra, the Beatles and Michael Jackson — and a mob of celebrity impersonators. But not Bob Dylan — and certainly not Weiskopf’s band, The Complete Unknowns.
Two-time Grammy nominee Hector Martignon will return to the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill on Friday, September 7 — but this time, he has the Foreign Affair Quartet in tow.
Founded in 1968, the Howard University Gospel Choir was the first of its kind in the world — a trailblazer for all gospel music ministries on collegiate campuses — and they are still going strong.
Music had led to love, and onto marriage and children — and a collaboration that is stronger than ever as the duo Johnnyswim, who will perform on Saturday at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.
Edith Gawler and Bennett Konesni are not only household faces and names on the East End, but they are household sounds.
Caroline Doctorow’s childhood home was once filled with the music, melodies and messages of Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, and Richard and Mimi Fariña. And she never minded.
Billed as an “immersive drive-in dance experience,” the site-specific performance installation by The Dance Cartel will merge into a physical exchange that culminates with a live set by DJ Average Jo on Saturday, August 25, at the Southampton Arts Center.
Composer and playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda has called Mandy Gonzalez “one of the greatest singers on earth.”
The Mai Tai, Martini and Manhattan are more than just drinks. For Ballets with a Twist, they’re choreography.
Homegrown artist Raphael Odell Shapiro will return to the East End to share a set of original Americana tunes on Monday, August 27, at 8 p.m. at The Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett.
The New York-born, Montreal-raised singer-songwriter — who will play the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, located at 76 Main Street, on Saturday, August 18, at 8 p.m. — has established himself as one of the leading male vocalists, composers and writers of his generation, with eight studio albums, three DVDs and three live albums, including the Grammy-nominated “Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall.”
Since the start, they have called it Choir!Choir!Choir!, which will make a stop at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Friday, August 18.
At 8 p.m., the event moves into the John Drew Theater for live performances by local bands The Sectionals, Big Karma and Earthreal.