Arts

    As a composer, Antonio Vivaldi rather owns spring through the popular co-opting of his violin concerto “La primavera.” So it is appropriate that the Choral Society of the Hamptons welcomes spring with “Viva...
New housing and the preview of a Broadway play starring Marlo Thomas in the summer topped the news at the event.
    New York City’s art week has once again come to a close, and despite its perpetual sense of coal coming to Newcastle, the fairs and attendant events still packed them in, with long lines in many cases.
    The bluesy harmonica of Job Potter has long been heard at local open mike events and jam sessions, like the Sunday afternoon ones outside the Springs General Store.
    The Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival has issued a call for submissions to its 2014 program, which will be held at Bay Street Theatre Dec. 4 through 7. A discounted rate is offered to filmmakers who submit by April 1. The...
    Wolffer Estate’s Mardi Gras party, originally scheduled for Feb. 15 but canceled due to a storm, will bring the spirit of the Big Easy to Sagaponack Saturday night from 8 to 11. For $75, guests will be treated to an open...
    The Met: Live in HD returns to Guild Hall Saturday at 1 p.m. with Massenet’s opera “Werther.” The production, conducted by Alain Altinoglu, stars Jonas Kaufmann in the title role of the tragic romance and Sophie...
Group Show at Drawing Room     A group exhibition of paintings, drawings, sculpture, and printed editions will open tomorrow at the Drawing Room in East Hampton and remain on view through April 6.     Work by Caio...
    HITFest, the Hamptons Independent Theatre Festival, has that its Summer Shakespeare program will return to Mulford Farm in East Hampton.