Arts

From Atlantic Terrace to Zum Schneider, there will be music all over “The End” today through Sunday as the Montauk Music Festival returns for its eighth edition. The four-day festival, a financial windfall for the hamlet’s many hotels, restaurants, and bars, brings more than 100 up-and-coming independent artists to venues across town.
The Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue will present “Alarms and Excursions,” Michael Frayn’s 1998 comedy, in a three-week run beginning next Thursday evening at 7.
National Theatre Live from London will present an encore screening of “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead,” the Tony Award-winning play that made Tom Stoppard an overnight success, on Saturday evening at 7 at Guild Hall.
Marissa Mulder, a cabaret singer from New York City, will showcase the music of the singer-songwriter Tom Waits on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Southampton Cultural Center’s Levitas Center for the Arts.
Gil Gutierrez, a guitar virtuoso on tour from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, will perform a program of jazz, Latin, and cinema music on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church. The concert, part of the Art of Song series, is presented in collaboration with OLA, the Organizacion Latino-Americana.
The Salon Series at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will conclude its current season tomorrow at 6 p.m. with a concert by the pianist Nicholas King, who has performed in concert halls throughout the United States, Canada, Ireland, Spain, Hungary, Austria, France, and Poland.
Milos Repicky, who, with his wife, Lilah Gosman, directs the Montauk Music Festival, promises “everything from the most intimate song to a Mozart symphony this season,” and, judging from the program of the festival’s Spring Prelude, he plans to make good on that promise. The prelude, a free concert on Saturday afternoon at 4 at the Montauk School...
After a 30-year hiatus as a cabinetmaker, Mark Webber, a Sag Harbor resident, returned to sculpture.
Those of us who missed out on the debut of Bach’s secular cantatas at the Cafe Zimmermann in Leipzig or Edith Piaf at Parisian cabarets can capture that essence at a concert in Southampton.
“On View,” a solo exhibition of work by Benjamin Keating, will be on view at the Tripoli Gallery in Southampton from tomorrow through June 11. A reception will take place Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. The Eastville Community Historical Society of Sag Harbor is presenting “Maxine’s World,” a solo show of work by the artist Maxine Townsend-Broderick.
Victoria Bond will speak before a broadcast of the Metropolitan Opera's "Der Rosenkavalier" and the JDT Lab will present a reading of "Detroit" this week.
Valerie diLorenzo, a singer and actor who has performed frequently in New York City, on the East End, and throughout the United States, will host the East End Singers Showcase at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday at 7 p.m.
“Giovanni the Fearless,” a new commedia dell’arte folk opera about actors, young lovers, and ghosts, with music by Mira J. Spektor and book and lyrics by Carolyn Balducci, will have its premiere at the Theater for the New City in Manhattan with an eight-performance run beginning tomorrow at 8 p.m.