November 5, 2008 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

Percussion is the Theme at West Point Band's Chamber Recital Concert

The West Point Band's Chamber Recital Series will continue on Saturday, November 15 at 7:30pm at the Band Building (Egner Hall), third floor rehearsal room. Staff Sgt. More...

Free Admission to Many of Westchester's Museums, Art Centers and Historical Sites on Arts Day

Take the whole family on a free arts adventure on Sunday December 7, 2008! Arts lovers of all ages will be welcomed by open doors at cultural sites throughout the county on the Westchester Arts Council's eighth annual Free Arts Day. More...

Storm King Brass Plays Music Behind Silent Film at West Point

The United States Military Academy Band's Storm King Brass will present a recital on Sunday, November 16, 2008 at 3pm in the West Point Jewish Chapel. More...

Classics for Kids Concert Features Cellist Zuill Bailey

Master class for young cellists to follow concert; public invited to watch

On Saturday, November 8, 2008, at 1pm, one of today's leading cellists, Zulli Bailey, will perform at the Howland Cultural Center for its second concert of the 2008-2009 Classics For Kids concert series. More...

Westchester Choral Society Announces Its 2008-09 Season

The Westchester Choral Soc iety (www.westchesterchoralsociety.org) announces its 2008-09 season, the 67th of the award-winning chorus. More...

The Blue Horse Repertory Company Present The Foot Shooters

The Blue Horse Repertory Company in partnership with Arts On The Lake will present a concert reading of Paul Coleman's new play; The Foot Shooters, directed by Peggity Price, Saturday, November 22 at 8pm at Arts On the Lake. More...

American Girl Workshop Features "Kaya" at the Butterfield Library

Beverly Barker brings her popular American Girl Doll Workshop to the Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library once again. This month's workshop features "Kaya." As a Nez Perce girl growing up in 1764, Kaya is determined to become a better person. More...

Butterfield Quilting Guild to Select Winning Raffle Ticket Shortly

The Butterfield quilting guild will be selecting the winning ticket for the "Rose Garden" quilt on Monday November 30, 2008 at the Julia L. Butterfield Memorial Library. Tickets are on sale at the Library or by members of the guild. More...

TrueNorth Theatre Presents a Staged Reading of A Magic Moment, a Comedy by Michael Heintzman

Michael Heintzman, one of TrueNorth's founders, has authored a new comedy that asks the question: "Can a World War II re-enactor withstand the hidden enemy of his fantasy in a pitched battle with reality? More...

Arts on the Lake to Present Musical Double Bill

Singer/songwriters Mike Latini and Bob Hauver return to the Lake Carmel Cultural Center, 640 Route 52, Kent, next Saturday, November 8, in a double musical bill starting at 8pm. More...

Calder String Quartet at Howland Center

For the last concert of its fall season, the Howland Chamber Music Circle will present the Calder Quartet, Benjamin Jacobson and Andrew Bulbrook, violins; Jonathan Moerschel, viola, and Eric Byers, cello. More...

The Howland Public Library Hosts Chinese Cooking Workshop

Listen to the sound of spring rolls sizzling as you follow instructions to fold a delicious wonton. More...

West Point Department of Foreign Languages to Present Free, Formal Piano Recital

The West Point Department of Foreign Languages will host a piano recital on Friday November 21, 2008 at 6pm in the Eisenhower Hall Ballroom. More...

Cold Spring Writer Participates in Hudson Valley Writers Center Café Reading Series

Philipstown resident, Catherine Gonick, will participate in The Slapering Hol Press Second Friday Café Reading Series at the Hudson Valley Writers Center, as they present the third annual Veteran's Day Reading: Poets and Writers on War and Pea More...

A Taste of the Paramount: Afternoon of Great Food and Music to Support the Arts in Peekskill

The Paramount Center for the Arts (PCA) will hold the Second Annual A Taste of the Paramount Fall Fundraising Event on Sunday, November 16, 2008, from 12 through 2pm. More...

It's No Mystery, Edwin Drood at Depot Theater is a Dickens of a Show

James O'Barr Charles Dickens died suddenly in June of 1870. More...

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