Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment – Irvington Resident Robert Firpo-Cappiello Presents Highly Acclaimed Monologue in New York City on August 16

 A blind on the outskirts of Zero, and the ghosts are linin’ up to shake my hand. Last October, two-time Emmy Award nominee Robert Firpo-Cappiello performed his darkly comic monologue, Beggars Rain, at the Irvington Town Hall Theater’s Stage Door Reading Series, garnering outstanding reviews. The mission of the Stage Door Series is to premiere works in progress in a ... Read More »

Jazz Forum Arts Presents FREE Outdoor Live Jazz Performances Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Nights Throughout August!

34 Free Summer Concerts Presented by NewYork-Presbyterian: Jazz at Henry Gourdine Park, Ossining: Alternate Mondays through Aug. 22 at 6:30 p.m. Jazz at Horan’s Landing, Sleepy Hollow: Tuesdays Aug. 2-23 at 6:30 p.m. Sunset Jazz @ Lyndhurst: Thursdays through Aug. 25 at 6:30 p.m. Jazz At Pierson Park, Tarrytown: Fridays through Aug. 26 at 6:30 p.m. All Concerts 6:30–8:00pm (see below ... Read More »

Arts & Entertainment – Bjorn Olsson’s Vision for The Music Hall: “A Living Room for The Community”

by Morey Storck In a wide-ranging interview, backstage at the Tarrytown Music Hall, Bjorn Olsson, Executive Director, discussed his thoughts about where the Music Hall founders and administrators started, what they learned, where they are, where they plan to go, and what he means by “A Living Room for The Community.” Olsson became involved with the Music Hall in the ... Read More »

Painting by the Numbers on Behalf of At-Risk Teens

By Krista Madsen Before the June 4th Bridge of Hope mural unveiling celebration/fish fry at Christ Church in Tarrytown, there was a series of community painting days, which were just as much fun. “We didn’t want to stop,” two volunteers gushed, “it’s so relaxing.” “It’s mindful,” said mural mastermind Karen Viola, who designed the span of two different worlds of ... Read More »

Caramoor Presents Expansive Summer Season of Music

Where else does Beethoven rub shoulders with bluegrass and Broadway, or Chick Corea with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s? From world premieres to classical masterworks, from Tahitian dance to Independence Day fireworks, Caramoor Center for the Performing Arts is an idyllic home for musical and artistic diversity. With eight weeks of orchestral, chamber, jazz, American roots, opera, multi-ethnic dance, and ... Read More »

RiverArts Presents Second Annual Multi-Village Music Tour TODAY, June 4th

Last year, RiverArts debuted a new multi-village event: The RiverArts Music Tour. The unprecedented, all-day event was enthusiastically received by both the wide diversity of Rivertowns musicians and the listening public– encompassing more than 150 musicians, 24 venues, and 3,000 audience members. Back by popular demand on June 4th (and expanded to include 90 performances), 40-minute sets will take place on ... Read More »

World Premier Musical Performance of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

The musical world premiere of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow will be performed in its namesake village on Sunday, May 15, 4 p.m., at Kusel Auditorium, Sleepy Hollow High School. Composed by James M. Stephenson, for narrator and band, the Hudson Valley Wind Ensemble, a 45 piece orchestra, will be supporting Michael Loften’s narration. Loften, who has performed with the ... Read More »

Arts & Entertainment – Painting a Bridge of Hope to El Salvador

by Krista Madsen Tarrytown’s Christ Church’s longstanding relationship with El Salvador will become brilliantly vivid as an ambitious public mural project gets underway this month. Church members had been talking since last fall about “more active ways our parish community can support and partner with Foundation Cristosal to address the horrifying crisis of violence in El Salvador and the resulting ... Read More »