TALK & BOOK SIGNING: WOMEN AND MIGRATION: RESPONSES IN ART AND HISTORY
Part of The Hamptons Arts Weekend (THAW)
March 13, 6 pm – 8 pm
Edited by Deborah Willis, Ellyn Toscano, and Kalia Brooks Nelson.
Join a reading, conversation, and book signing by women artists on their profound and turbulent experiences of migration through the lenses of politics and war, love and family. With Kathy Engel, Chair and Associate Arts Professor Tisch School of the Arts Department of Art and Public Policy and Masters’ Program in Arts Politics, NYU; Ellyn Toscano, Senior Director of Programing, Partnerships and Community Engagement for NYU in Brooklyn; Grace Aneiza Ali, Founder and Editorial Director, OF NOTE, and others.
Tickets: $12 | Free for Members, Students, and Children
Parrish Art Museum, www.parrishart.org
THE BEATLES’ WHITE ALBUM LIVE!
March 13 & 14, 8 pm
The Moondogs have been faithfully covering the music of the Beatles for decades. The current incarnation of the band had its genesis right here at Bay Street Theater, at a celebration for the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ 1964 arrival in America. Their special limited-edition Beatles shows have since become an annual event. In 2017, it was Sgt. Pepper LIVE with a full horn section and multimedia show. For 2018, George Harrison’s 75th Birthday. In 2019, all of both Let It Be and Abbey Road. This year, The Moondogs will recreate the Beatles’ wide-ranging masterpiece, known as the White Album. The Moondogs are Fred Gilde (keys/vocals), Mick Hargreaves (guitar/vocals), Dan Koontz (keys/vocals), Joe Lauro (bass/vocals), Jeff Levitt (guitar), Michael Schiano (guitar/vocals) and Howard Silverman (drums/vocals).
Bay Street Theater,
March 19, 7:30 pm
Savage Pianos is the foremost dueling piano show in the Northeast known for their craftsmanship, deep repertoires, and unique personalities. Fronted by Steve Savage, a classically trained pianist from the Berklee College of Music, Savage Pianos is the ultimate hybrid of all modern forms of entertainment. Two performers on two facing pianos taking turns playing audience requests and curated playlists. What sets Savage Pianos apart from the rest is their unique ability to engage the audience with comedy, witty banter and excellent musicianship. Whether you sit on stage with the guys (complete with tableside drink service), or prefer to be out in the audience – they’ll be putting their unparalleled spin on your requests all night long. This will be an engaging, interactive experience you won’t want to miss!
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, www.whbpac.org
Mozart Portrait with Alan Alda
March 21, 5 pm
Alan Alda and BCMF musicians bring Mozart to life through his words and music, featuring little known gems and some of Mozart’s greatest chamber music works. Alan Alda, narrator; Marya Martin, flute; Joseph Lin, violin; Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, viola; Brook Speltz, cello; Orion Weiss, piano.
Tickets: $65 / $45 / $10 (student)
Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church
Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival,
March 27, 8 pm
On April 21, 2016, the world lost one of the most profound musical artists of our time. For decades, the workings of Prince Rogers Nelson have filled the air waves with musical emotion. To honor the man and his contributions, we invite you to join us for “Kissed By a Prince,” an evening celebrating Prince’s legendary music. All of the performers have been inspired by, and have performed Prince’s music for decades. We are honored to pay tribute to this musical great.
Featuring: Dawnette Darden – Lead Vocals, Marvin Joshua – Lead Vocals, Mike Maz – Guitar, Mike Dimeo – Keyboards, Kevin Santacruz – Drums, Joe Haines – Bass.
Bay Street Theater,
Saturday Night Stomp: 70s, 80s & 90s Dance Party with DJ Mister Lama
March 28, 7 pm – 10 pm
Get your groove on and make sure to bring your dancing shoes for another great night of music with our resident DJ Mister Lama. Lovers of classic dance tunes from the 70s, 80s and 90s from funk to hip-hop, disco, Latin and more, you do not want to miss this popular event!
Complimentary refreshments will be available.
Tickets: $15 ($10 for Friends of SAC)
25 Jobs Lane, Southampton
Southampton Arts Center,