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Cuba Is in Her, and Her Music

Maria Bacardi left Cuba in 1961, when she was 4 years old, but, as she has said, “I am not in Cuba, Cuba is in me.” Her immersion in the history and culture of her native country is reflected in the music of her new album, “Duele (It Hurts),” released in May.

Jul 11, 2019
Opinion: Rousing Early Mozart Concert

The Choral Society of the Hamptons and the South Fork Chamber Orchestra recently performed some of Mozart’s lesser-known choral works, composed before he was 24 years old. The ensemble, under the spirited direction of its music director, Mark Mangini, performed with professionalism and enthusiasm.

Jul 11, 2019
Jazz and the New York School

“East Enders,” a two-part music festival organized by Peter Watrous, a guitarist and former music critic for The New York Times, will launch this weekend at the Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs with three performances that explore the relationship among jazz musicians, artists, and writers during the heyday of Abstract Expressionism.

Jul 11, 2019
On the Decorative Arts

“Three Perspectives on the Decorative Arts,” a lecture series at the Southampton History Museum organized by Tom Edmonds, its executive director, will kick off Saturday with “Roaring Into the Future: Art Deco and Early Modernism in New York, 1925-1935,” a talk by Lori Zabar.

Jul 11, 2019
Jewish Film Festival Returns

The fifth year of the Southampton Jewish Film Festival is now underway with weekly screenings on Tuesday evenings through August at the Southampton Arts Center.

Jul 11, 2019
Bits and Pieces: 07.11.19

Philharmonic and dance at Guild Hall, "Mental Illness and Artistic Genius," an Eco-Musical, a Halston Documentary, and more.

Jul 11, 2019
The Art Scene: 07.11.19

Kabakovs speak at Art Barge, Marcus Brutus at Harper's, Eastville's historical photographs, Maynard Morrow and Material Lust at Fireplace Project, and more

Jul 11, 2019
Opinion: The Lure of Engagement at LongHouse

Two new works recently joined the other installations and objects that came this year from Young Jae Lee, Will Ryman, Jun Kaneko, Wendell Castle, and Joseph Walsh. They are “Out of Sight,” an installation resembling a hopscotch board by Lawrence Weiner, and Stephen Talasnik’s “Echo,” floating reed bamboo “habitats” in the Black Mirror fountain.

Jul 3, 2019
Family Secrets in Four Films

The Amagansett Library will launch “Secrets in Family Documentaries,” a series of four films that explore different approaches to telling stories behind family secrets, with “Little White Lie,” a film by Lacey Schwartz, next Thursday at 6 p.m.

Jul 3, 2019
The Last Art Fair Standing

Market Art + Design, on the grounds behind the Bridgehampton Museum along Corwith Avenue, where it began in 2011, will be open with 90 galleries from Friday through Sunday.

Jul 3, 2019