Music

Bits: Paintings To Stony Brook, Holiday Jazz, Tulla Booth Show, PechaKucha at Parrish

There is a contribution to civilization that art gives, and the Reboli Center in Stony Brook is celebrating just that. So is Miriam “Molly” Dougenis.

Taylor Barton Finds her ‘House of Light’ on the East End

On the heels of “House of Light,” her tenth album, Taylor Barton is owning her own voice in a way she never did before.

Art from Rizzie and Cash Combine in ‘Bird on a Blade’

“Bird on a Blade" features 50 pairs of RosanneCash’s lyrics and Dan Rizzie’s images that amplify one another, speaking to the experiences of love and loss, fear and faith, and everyday hope.

The Weight Band and a ‘World Gone Mad’ at Westhampton Beach PAC

The Weight, a five-piece ensemble named for and dedicated to The Band’s songs, will perform off its debut album, “World Gone Mad,” on Saturday, November 23, at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.

Music Masters Welcomes Eli Yamin for Intensive Full-Scholarship Program

Apply now for the Music Masters 2019 Mentorship Program with jazz pianist and singer Eli Yamin, to be held in January at the East End Arts School

‘Entretejiendo’ Comes Alive with Music

Throughout history, singers have woven melodic texts with the harmonies and punteados of lyres, harps, lutes, vihuelas and guitars to express humankind’s deepest feelings — from celebration to despair.

Salon Series: Where Piano and Song Collide

Vocal music serves as the inspiration behind Nadejda Vlaeva’s upcoming performance on Friday, October 19, at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, as part of its Salon Series concerts.

Bits & Banter: EagleMania, Auditions for ‘Reasons,’ Beatles Get Latin Twist

There is the unmistakable sound of vocal harmonies as only the Eagles do — but EagleMania comes pretty close.

‘Sixties Show’ Is a Living, Breathing Time Machine

Take a trip back to another time and place, where an AM radio is blasting music from a convertible on a warm, fall, starlit Saturday night on Main Street, USA.

Music Festival Packs Sag Harbor with Dancing in the Streets

With perfect weather conditions setting the stage for the eithth annual Sag Harbor American Music Festival, event organizers said it was the most successful festival to date.

Gene Casey and The Lone Sharks Turn 30, Will Perform at Bay Street

For Gene Casey and The Lone Sharks, the only way to ring in the big 3-0 is with a dance party — rock and roll style.

A Celebration of All Things Sly Comes to Sag Harbor

On Thursday, September 27, Dan Koontz and his hand-picked posse will kick off the eighth season of the Sag Harbor American Music Festival performing the songs made famous by Sly and the Family Stone at 8 p.m. at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.

A Conversation with Kasia Klimiuk and Anita Boyer

Kasia Klimiuk and Anita Boyer, the co-founders of Our Fabulous Variety Show talk about their new two-woman comedy show, being inspired by Cirque du Soleil and the importance of arts education. 

Synder Steps Down at East End Arts, Hirst Steps Up

East End Arts’ Executive Director, Patricia Snyder has stepped down after 23 years working for the nonprofit arts organization. Shawn Hirst began as East End Arts new executive director on August 31.

Bernstein’s Centennial Celebration Continues with Screening at Pierson

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.

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