Combining the pleasures of good food and good music, the Montauk Library’s “Cuisine Concert Series” presents videos made by some of the library’s most engaging guest artists. Each half-hour video includes demos of the artists’ favorite family recipes plus a fantastic mini-concert.
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC) is presenting concert films in a drive-in format at the Westhampton Presbyterian Church (90 Meeting House Road, Westhampton Beach). Get a look at rare concert footage from the comfort of your own car (patrons will not be able to get out of their vehicles).
West Hampton Beach Performing Arts Center’s Arts Academy is gearing up for a full slate of classes beginning in October. Offerings include adult classes as well as WHBPAC’s After School Music Theatre program, the lynchpin of the academy.
On Friday, September 18, at 6 p.m., Hopefully Forgiven plays original songs with modern take on Americana at the Parrish Art Museum’s final outdoor concert of the season.
For the past nine summers, The Duke University Pitchforks, a college a cappella group from North Carolina, have performed at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC). Though they can't perform in front of a live audience this year, The Duke University Pitchforks have adapted their landmark 10-year celebration performance which they will livestream from the WHBPAC on Saturday, September 5, at 8 p.m.
It’s not every day you get props from the governor, but that’s exactly what Andrew Cuomo gave to Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC) during his COVID-19 press conference on August 24.
Guild Hall’s “Portraits” series is back with two special performances by G.E. Smith, LeRoy Bell this weekend. The first is a streamed program that can be accessed from the comfort of your own home. Joseph Arthur, who is best known for being discovered by Peter Gabriel, will open the show. The second performance will be held live in the John Drew Backyard Theater at Guild Hall.
On Friday, September 4, at 6 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum presents Music on the Terrace with the Lynn Blue Band.
the State Liquor Authority last week quietly announced measures that will likely put the kibosh on live music in bars and clubs until the pandemic recedes.
When LeRoy Bell first played his song, “America,” for anyone but himself, it was to an immediately enthused audience of one: G.E. Smith. And neither of them knew how timely their future single would be.
The Parrish Art Museum presents the return of award-winning Philippe Lemm Trio performing Friday, August 28, at 6 p.m., as part of its Music on the Terrace series. The group is known for its arrangements of original compositions and jazz standards, reimagined through their modern, eclectic sensibility.
This weekend, Bay Street Theater is hosting two outdoor workshops live and in-person on the grounds of the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum, 200 Main Street, Sag Harbor. “Musical Mornings!,” a singing workshop led by singer and cabaret artist Valerie diLorenzo, and “Tap Camp LIVE!," led by professional tap dancer Anita Boyer.
“Black Is King,” Beyoncé’s latest visual album, displays in artistic and musical mastery Black power and scenes of pan-African pride and reverence — and some of these scenes were filmed on the East End.
Guild Hall is pleased to inaugurate the John Drew Backyard Theater (JDBT), a space in the Furman Garden that allows for socially-distanced outdoor performances. Recently, Guild Hall premiered its first shows: a performance by artist Katherine McMahon and musician Ray Angry, and a concert with Salieu Suso & World Music Collective. Throughout August and September, there will be a range of offerings — from intimate concerts to staged readings.
Bay Street Theater has opened its outdoor patio and bar to the public five days a week — Thursdays through Mondays — from 1 to 8 p.m. daily, with live music performed outdoors (weather permitting) by local artists.