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The Shelter Island Presbyterian Church will be alive with the sound of music this weekend. Katie McNally, a fiddler, and Neil Pearlman, a pianist, will perform a concert steeped in the musical traditions of Scotland and Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia tomorrow evening from 7:30 to 9:30.
Canio’s Cultural Cafe’s Irish history film series will present “Jimmy’s Hall,” a film directed by Ken Loach about Jimmy Gralton, a leader of the Irish Revolutionary Workers Group who decides to reopen a dance hall after his return to Ireland in the 1930s after a 10-year absence.
“The Art of Elegance,” the second program in the Madoo Conservancy’s “Madoo Talks: House and Garden” lecture series, will take place Sunday at noon in the conservancy’s winter house studio.
If all goes well for Lucia Davis, a refurbished school bus will depart from Greenport this summer, but not with schoolchildren aboard. Instead it will be a traveling showcase of art and artists that will hold collaborative events at each stop along the Eastern Seaboard.
The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival’s spring series is back for a third season. It appears that this springtime addition to the festival’s longstanding summer series has earned itself a permanent place on the East End’s classical music scene, increasing from two concerts originally to three last year, and this year adding a premiere...
The Southampton Arts Center, in partnership with Telluride Mountainfilm, will show “Sonita,” a documentary by Rokhsareh Ghaemmaghami, an Iranian filmmaker, tomorrow evening at 7. An 18-year-old Afghan refugee living in a shelter in Iran, Sonita is in many ways a typical teenage girl, but, in the tradition of forced marriage endemic to Afghan...
The Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will be a busy venue this week, with four days of films, music, and dancing, starting today at 6 p.m. with a screening of “The Winter Guest,” a drama directed by Alan Rickman about a widow determined to leave Scotland who gets an unexpected visit from her aging mother. Starring Phyllida Law and Emma Thompson,...
New sites, new layouts, new leadership, and even a new presidential administration made their marks this year in the fairs that were part of New York City’s “Art Week,” which concluded on Monday.
Hector Martignon, a two-time Grammy-nominated composer, producer, orchestrator, and pianist, will return to the Friday Night Jazz series at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill with his Foreign Affair quartet tomorrow at 6 p.m. The evening of Afro-Cuban and South American jazz will be performed in a candlelight cabaret setting with table service...
Verdi’s “La Traviata,” the next offering from The Met: Live in HD, will be shown at Guild Hall on Saturday at 1 p.m. Sonya Yoncheva will sing the role of Violetta, the tragic courtesan, opposite Michael Fabiano as her lover, Alfredo, and Thomas Hampton as his father, Germont. Tickets are $22, $20 for members, and $15 for students.
The pop-up gallery for ArtUnprimed in the Addo shop in Sag Harbor is now showing “Terra,” a group exhibition inspired by nature. “Art That Speaks to You,” a group show featuring work by Mark E. Zimmerman and Kat O’Neill, will open tomorrow at the White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton and continue through April 3. A reception will take place Saturday...
The Perlman Music Program will present a solo violin recital by Francesca Anderegg, an alumna of the program, on Saturday afternoon at 5 at the Clark Arts Center on Shelter Island. Ms. Anderegg, who will be accompanied on piano by John Root, will perform classic and contemporary works by Mozart, Hannah Lash, Clint Needham, Manuel de Falla, and...
“Inter-Sections: The Architect in Conversation,” a new series exploring architecture in multiple contexts, will launch tomorrow at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill with “The Art of Architecture,” featuring Preston Scott Cohen in conversation with Terrie Sultan, the museum’s director.