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Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Rolfe Schulte and Judith Olsen. German born violin prodigy Rolfe Schulte together with pianist Judith Olsen. At Reisinger Concert Hall. 1:30pm. www.sara-


Family & Kids: New Rochelle Public Library presents Introducing W.A. Schmutzinberry: A Musical Adventure. A Musical Adventure for children performed by faculty of the Concordia Conservatory of Music and Arts. 11am.

Lectures: Neuberger Museum of Art presents Noon at the Neu. Explore the exhibition: When Modern Was Contemporary. 12pm.

Music: Downtown Music at Grace presents Organ Recital. Organist Elizabeth Wong returns to the magnificent instrument at Grace Church. 12:10pm.


Theater: Sarah Lawrence College presents Double Aspect Bright and Fair. A durational performance event looking at 20th century America from the point of

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SCULPTURE: On and Off the Wall On View: 3.31.12 - 5.20.12

view of genocides. At Frances Ann Cannon Theatre. 4/12-4/14, 7pm. www.sarahlaw-

Workshops: Center for the Digital Arts at Westchester Community College presents ePublishing with InDesign: an Introduction with Michael Murphy, Adobe Certified Expert. This 3-hour workshop is ideal for those who want to learn to create ePub documents from InDesign. 6:30-9:30pm. www.sunywcc. edu/peekskill


Dance: Emelin Theatre presents Ailey II. Ailey II returns to the Emelin! 8pm.

Folk Arts: Paramount Center for the Arts presents Judy Collins. A unique blend of interpretative folksongs and con- temporary themes. 8pm. www.paramount-

Music: Hoff-Barthelson Music School presents HB Artist Series-The faculty in performance. Donna Elaine, flute in performance. At Greenville Community Church. 8pm.

Music: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, A Beatles Concert Celebration. The World’s First Audience-Interactive Beatles Tribute Concert! 8pm.

Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Spring Open Concert. Musical show- case open to all students and all musical styles. 7pm.

Spoken Word: Hudson Valley Writers’ Center presents HVWC and Slapering Hol Press Reading featuring Brad Richard, Jim Tilley v& Steve Griffiths. Come and hear writers Brad Richard, Jim Tilley and Steve Griffiths share their work. 7:30pm.


Family & Kids: New Rochelle Public Library presents BID Family Day: Magic and Comedy with Jim McClenhan. Children’s magician-comedian, Jim McClenhan, performs a grand finale to April Vacation Week. 2pm.

Music: Friends of Music Concerts, Inc. presents Carducci String Quartet con- cert. The ensemble will perform Mozart’s String Quartet in C Major, K.465; Ravel’s Quartet in F Major; Bartok’s Quartet No. 4; and Piazzolla’s Four for Tango At Kusel Auditorium, Sleepy Hollow High School. 8pm.

Music: Dobbs Ferry Public Library presents Jazz @ the Library with Tony Jefferson. Tony Jefferson will perform at the Dobbs Ferry Public Library. 2:30 p.m..

Music: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents WJO Performs the Music of Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles. WJO will groove on their incomparable, funky and swinging hits. 8pm. www.irving-

Music: Walkabout Clearwater presents An Evening with The Makem & Spain Brothers. An evening of Irish Folk music. 7:30 PM, audience songfest at 6:45 PM.

Plank, Mari Ogihara

Artist Roster: Emil Alzamora, Jo-Ann Brody, Susan Cox, Gordon Fearey, Sarah Haviland, Christopher Kaczmarek, Barbara Korman, David Licata, Malcolm MacDougal III, Clare Maker, Susan Manspiezer, Mari Ogihara, Daan Padmos, Barbara Segal, B. Avery Syrig, Craig Usher, Eric Wildrick

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Music: Westchester Philharmonic presents The Philharmonic with Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg. Nadja Salerno- Sonnenberg, violin. At The Concert Hall at Performing Arts Center, Purchase College. 4/14-4/15, Sat 8pm, Sun 3pm.

Double Aspect Bright and Fair, Sarah Lawrence College, 4/12


Music: Copland House presents In the Composer’s Studio, Jennifer Higdon. Jennifer Higdon’s Light Refracted and Piano Trio. 3pm.

Music: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Roger McGuinn & John Sebastian. Former lead voice of The Lovin’ Spoonful, John Sebastian and Roger McGuinn, co-founders of the group that would later become The Byrds. 7:30pm.


Lectures: Sarah Lawrence College presents Bozeman Lecturer: Eliot Cohen. Eliot A. Cohen is the Robert E. Osgood Professor of Strategic Studies. At Titsworth Lecture Hall. 5:15pm.


Dance: Rye Arts Center presents Dance for Parkinson’s Disease Program. The Rye Arts Center’s Dance for Parkinson’s Disease program. 4/18-6/22, 1-2:15pm.

Spoken Word: Sarah Lawrence College presents Author George Saunders. George Saunders will read from his work. At Reisinger Lecture Hall. 6:30pm.

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