Robert A. Dhaemers, an artist who worked in sculpture, jewelry, prints, and photography and had his work exhibited at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottowa, the Oakland Museum of California, the Elaine Benson Gallery in Bridgehampton, and the De Young Museum in San Francisco, among others, died on March 12 at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Berkeley, Calif. He was 87.
Mr. Dhaemers split his time between Springs and Oakland.
D. and C. Stelcer to A. and L. Klarman, 38 Canvasback Lane, 2 acres, Jan. 23, $1,500,000.
L. Smalling to M. Yoham, M, 206 Lumber Lane, .28 acre, Dec. 9, $636,000.
194 Narrow Lane Corp. to B. Murphy Jr. and Randall, 194 Narrow Lane, .36 acre, Jan. 9, $1,600,000.
Magrett, Guyer, and Wright to R. Steinberg, 18 Lockwood Avenue, .34 acre, Jan. 15, $670,000.
D. Zilkha to 510 Halsey Lane L.L.C., 510 Halsey Lane, 1.6 acres, Jan. 9, $4,800,000.
For those who prefer roots music to jazz or classical, Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor is presenting “Way Out East . . . a Journey in Song” on Saturday at 8 p.m. Nancy Atlas, Caroline Doctorow, and Inda Eaton will collaborate to perform original works from their respective repertoires, including new music and special guests. Tickets, which are $25 in advance, $35 the day of the event, are available at the box office or baystreet.org.
Performance is on the menu at the Watermill Center this weekend. Tomorrow evening at 7:30, Jayoung Chung, a resident artist from Korea, and Nixon Beltran, a performer and dancer, will present a 40-minute multimedia work combining movement, sound, drawing, and text. A reception and conversation with the artists will follow the performance. Reservations are free but required, and may be made at watermillcenter.org.
The weekend’s musical bonanza continues at Guild Hall, where The Met: Live in HD will present Puccini’s “La Bohéme” on Saturday at 1 p.m. The most performed work in the Metropolitan Opera’s history, “La Bohéme” is set in the artistic community of Paris in the 1830s and follows the romance between Rodolfo, a poet, and Mimi, a seamstress who is his neighbor.
The Bridgehampton Museum’s Parlor Jazz series resumes Saturday evening at 7:30 with “A Session With Dr. Feelgood,” featuring Sari Kessler, a jazz singer and songwriter whose resumé includes not only a long list of performances and recordings but also a Ph.D. in clinical psychology.
Classical music will return to the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill tomorrow at 6 p.m. with the first of four Salon Series concerts. Assaff Weisman, a pianist who has appeared at major venues in Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas, will perform works by Beethoven, Schumann, Rachmaninoff, and Messiaen in the inaugural program.
A series of free performances and concerts honoring the 450th anniversary of the births of Shakespeare and Galileo will be presented at the Montauk Library, beginning Sunday afternoon at 3:30 with “Music of the Celestial Spheres.” The Hofstra Madrigal Group and Christopher Morrongiello, lutenist and director of the group, will perform solos, madrigals, and monodies composed for the lute by Galileo’s father and brother and their musical contemporaries.