March 28, 2007 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Student Art Shows at Garrison Art Center a Must See for the Entire Community.

It is time again when we highlight the creative talents of young artists throughout the region. More...

Jazz Pianist John Stetch Opens Chapel Music Season

Hailed far and wide for his imagination, virtuosity, brilliance and inimitable style, jazz pianist John Stetch will open the Chapel of Our Lady Restoration music series on April 15. The Sunday afternoon performance is at 4, and admission is free. More...

Striking Accord: Two Painters, Two Centuries, Share Affinity in Exhibit at Kiesendahl+Calhoun Gallery

When artist Kate McGloughlin (1962-) first discovered James Britton's (1878- 1936) work at the Nabi Gallery in NYC last Spring, she was struck with a sense of knowing, painter to painter, what the artist was feeling and seeing. More...

Frank Cannas, Hudson Valley Artist, Returns to the Bannerman Island Gallery

The Bannerman Island Gallery in Beacon is proud to announce a new art show by renowned Hudson Valley artist, Frank Cannas. The show features beautiful landscapes and still-lifes offered for sale. More...

Flying Swine Debuts at Both the Depot Theatre and Howland Center

Flying Swine, the Hudson Valley's most exciting new professional theatre, presents the first in a series of Porcine Previews (pre-production readings of a plethora of plays). More...

Large Matching Grant Announced for Unique Peekskill Ballet Academy

Kathryn E. May of High Falls, NY has announce her offer of a matching grant of $110,000 to the Margot Fonteyn Academy of Ballet in Peekskill. "I don't know what came over me," states May. More...

Scrapbooking Basics at Howland Library

Join Lydia Lynch for Scrapbooking Basics at the Howland Public Library, 313 Main Street, Beacon, on April 12, 6:30pm, in the Library's Community Room. Participants will have some creative fun as they explore the popular craft of scrapbooking. More...

April Gallery Talk at Dia: Claire Barliant on Louise Bourgeois

Claire Barliant, New Yorkbased independent curator and Associate Editor of Modern Painters, will talk about the work of Louise Bourgeois as part of Dia Art Foundation's series of free monthly Gallery Talks at Dia. More...

The Baroque Orchestra at Graymoor Announces Inaugural Performance

Twelve local musicians with Garrison native Scott Mettey as conductor will play together in concert for the first time as The Baroque Orchestra at Graymoor on Saturday, April 14th at 7pm. More...

Euphonium Recital at West Point

The United States Military Academy Band continues its Chamber Music Recital Series with a solo euphonium performance by Sergeant First Class Barry Morrison. More...

"Classics for Kids" Howland Center Concert to Feature Alpin Hong, pianist

On Saturday, March 31, 2007, the Howland Cultural Center will present its third concert in the "Classics for Kids" 2006- 2007 series at 3pm. More...

Staged Reading of Rounding Third by Richard Dresser to be Presented by TrueNorth

The story of two mismatched "Little League Dads" with opposing philosophies toward competition and success, Rounding Third is a comedy about parenthood and America's cultural values. More...

Hudson Highlands Trombone Ensemble in Rescheduled Concert at Marist

The Hudson Highlands Trombone Ensemble will perform at Marist College on Wednesday, April 11 at 8pm. This was originally scheduled for February 14, but was postponed until now because of the snow. More...

Cold Spring Painter Daniel Adel in One-Man Show at Soho Gallery

Daniel Adel, who moved to Cold Spring last December with his wife Veronique, is currently having his third one-man show at Arcadia Fine Arts gallery at 51 Greene Street in NYC. More...

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