Arts

oe Delia and Thieves will bring a repertoire of rock and blues to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor tomorrow evening at 8. A keyboardist, record producer, and writer, Mr. Delia has not only worked onstage with Keith Richards, Bruce Springsteen, and Stevie Wonder, he has also composed scores for feature films, documentaries, and television.
The Amagansett Library will host a free concert by Jim Campagnola, a saxophonist, keyboardist, composer, and bandleader, today at 6:30 p.m.
“Instruments of the People,” a free concert by Francisco Roldan, a classical guitarist, and Danny Mallon, a percussionist, will take place at the Montauk Library on Sunday afternoon at 3:30.
The Rising Stars Piano Series will return to the Southampton Cultural Center for its 13th season with a two-piano program featuring Natalia Lavrova and Vassily Primakov on Saturday at 7 p.m.
A benefit reception and auction for the East End Special Players will be held Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the home of Marie-Eve and Michel Berty at 44 Sayre’s Path in Wainscott.
The Southampton Culture Center, on Pond Lane in Southampton Village will have a group show of local artists selected by Christina Strassfield, the director and senior curator at Guild Hall’s museum. The Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill will show “Danish Design Meets American Art”, an interesting match-up of Danish home furnishings and...
In the early 1990s, when she was in working toward her M.F.A. at Rutgers, Christina Schlesinger was feeling lost. “I asked myself, ‘When did I feel great?’ and I decided it was when I was a tomboy. I had all this energy and spunk.” She embarked on a series of works she calls “Tomboys.”
Although the box office for the Hamptons International Film Festival doesn’t open until Sept. 26, its organizers are attracting early interest with intermittent announcements of its significant films.
Even without the inevitable changes to come at the historic Duryea complex in Montauk, which was sold last year, and the eventual loss of its modest structures dating back to the 19th century, the current show at Outeast Gallery, which is part of the property, has an air of finality.