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by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Thu Oct 15th, 2015

A quartet that takes popular music, re-arranges the music with a classical twist and touch of soul inflection, received a warm, enthusiastic reception at Trinity-Pawling school last Friday, October 16....

by Stephen Kaye in Arts & Music
Wed Oct 14th, 2015

Simon Ghraichy, who impressed us at this year’s Bard Music Festival, gave a recital at Carnegie Hall’s intimate Weill Hall Thursday, October 15, to a packed house. It was a...

by Kimberly Feltkamp in Arts & Music
Sun Oct 11th, 2015

Oct 12:When one goes to the opera, one wouldn’t expect brick walls, cheap beer, and a production-endorsed drinking game.  Iconoclassic’s production of Bizet’s Carmen, performed in the Nuyorican Poets Café...

by Stephen Kaye in Arts & Music
Sat Oct 10th, 2015

American Ballet Theater, celebrating its 75th anniversary, makes a three performance appearance at Bard’s Fisher center this weekend.   I attended opening night that included a premiere by Mark Morris and...

by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Sat Oct 10th, 2015

Oct 11: The exhibitions at the RE Institute are always interesting if sometimes disconcerting. The current show, "I Know What Art You Did Last Summer," in the upstairs gallery of...

by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Fri Oct 9th, 2015

On October 10th Hotchkiss School celebrated its tenth anniversary of free concerts at the Esther Eastman Music Center in Katherine M. Elfers Hall with the Aternus Chamber Orchestra under the...

by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Thu Oct 8th, 2015

At the Millerton Moviehouse on October 10 at 5 pm., the opening reception for painter Jeffrey L. Neumann was packed—standing room only for viewing the half-hour documentary “Vanishing America.” This...

by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Wed Oct 7th, 2015

Oct 8: Critics have been raving about the exhibition of Picasso’s Sculpture that opened recently at MOMA, and with good reason. It is remarkable. Many of the 140 sculptures Picasso...

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