The Choral Society of the Hamptons will kick off summer with “one of the most explosive, colorful displays of choral music ever."
Celebrate the launch of Inda Eaton’s newest album, “Shelter in Place” — and the beginning of a new adventure in storytelling music madness.
For every album Andy Grammer writes, there are 100 songs that came before it — at least. In the case of his third studio release, “The Good Parts,” it was 115.
Nick Lowe is what they once called a “musician’s musician” — having made his mark as a producer with the likes of Elvis Costello, Graham Parker and The Damned.
Evan Sherman is a drummer, bandleader, composer and arranger who has played around the world with the likes of James Moody, Wynton Marsalis, Roy Hargrove, Cyrus Chestnut, Jimmy Heath, Jon Batiste and Dizzy Gillespie All-Stars — all before the age of 25.
Fourteen-time Grammy Award winner Dan Tyminski has been a member of Allison Krauss’ Union Station for 25 years, and was famously the singing voice of George Clooney in “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” earning trophies through the fictitious Soggy Bottom Boys’ “I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow.”
The Jamaican reggae band has finally found its groove again, as they work on their first record since 1985 — one that keeps with tradition and represents rasta, and lives up to the standard that Marley set
Two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer David Crosby is coming to the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on Saturday, June 9 — and, at 76 years young, the folk rock legend is active as ever.
Tessa Arnzen, Kristina Georges, Sofia Skoldberg and Ethan Young may still be students, collectively the East End Youth Quartet, but they’ve each realized they have a voice — and an instrument — and know how to use them.
When it comes to Kiefer Sutherland, there is more than meets the eye — and the screen. The actor has also been a cattle rancher, a professional cowboy, a record label owner and now, a musician himself.
With the release of her 21st album, “Not Too Far Away,” the time has come, and her first stop is none other than the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center — on Sunday, May 27, at 8 p.m.
Pintauro wanted to expand the 20-minute show into a full-length musical, while Jeffers thought it was perfect as it was — and suggested adapting even more of the collection of 27 short plays from which it came, “Metropolitan Operas.”
When the paradigm of European classical music collides with the pulse, sounds and rhythms of South America, you get “Bach to Brazil.”
Stephen Sanfilippo will perform “Prayers From the Fish’s Belly” on Friday, May 4, at 6 p.m. at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor.
On Friday, May 4, Gene Casey and Tricia Scotti will play a concert to save the turtles.