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MAY 2012 calendar SATURDAY 5/5


Family & Kids: Emelin Theatre presents Skippyjon Jones. Skippyjon Jones is a little kitten with big ears and even bigger dreams! 11am and 1:30pm. www.emelin.org


Family & Kids: Neuberger Museum of Art. Family First Saturday: Earth Meets the Stars. The artwork you’ll make will be out of this world. 1-4pm.


Family & Kids: New Rochelle Public Library presents BID Family Day: Japanese Children’s Day. May 5th is Children’s Day in Japan and at the New Rochelle Public Library. 12:30pm. www.nrpl.org


Southside Johnny and the Poor Fools, Paramount Center for the Arts, 5/4 TUESDAY 5/1


Film: Jacob Burns Film Center pres- ents Kafka’s Last Story. Part of the Westchester Jewish Film Festival. 5pm. www.burnsfilmcenter.org


Lectures: Neuberger Museum of Art presents Noon at the Neu. An introduc- tion to the exhibition When Modern Was Contemporary: Selections from the Roy R. Neuberger Collection. 12pm. www.neu- berger.org


Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Music Tuesday: Cygnus Ensemble. The Cygnus Ensemble, Artists in Residence and award recipients from the Library of Congress, perform compositions by SLC student composers. 1:30pm. www.sarahl- awrence.edu


WEDNESDAY 5/2


Music: Downtown Music at Grace presents Sounds of the Scottish Highlands. Piper Jonathan Henken returns to play a program of airs and dances of Scotland. 12pm. www.dtmusic.org


Music: Sarah Lawrence College presents Bluegrass: Marshall Field & Company. Sarah Lawrence’s talented Bluegrass group plays open air on the South Lawn. (rain location: Reisinger Concert Hall at 6 p.m.). 5:30pm. www. sarahlawrence.edu


THURSDAY 5/3


Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Sarah Lawrence Blues Band. The Blues Band get their soul on in the always- popular “Night of the Blues” event. 7pm. www.sarahlawrence.edu


Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Fasa Foli: African Balafon and Djembe Ensemble. Get your rhythm on with the African percussion ensemble on the South Lawn. (Rain location TBA). 1pm. www.sarahlawrence.edu


FRIDAY 5/4


Dance: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Spring Dance Concert Program. Program of dances created by student choreographers, mentored by faculty. At Bessie Schonberg Dance Studio in the Charles DiCarlo Performing Arts Center. 5/4-5/5, 7:30pm. www.sarahlawrence.edu


Music: Paramount Center for the Arts presents Southside Johnny and the Poor Fools. Embark on a stripped down journey through Johnny Lyon’s eclectic version of the Great American Songbook. 8pm. www.paramountcenter.org


Theater: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Illyria. A stunning musical adap- tation of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. 5/4-5/6, Fri-Sat, 7pm; Sun, 3pm. www. irvingtontheater.com


Theater: Hudson Stage Company pres- ents Talley’s Folly. The play is set on the 4th of July near the end of WWII at the Talley family’s moonlit boathouse in rural Missouri. At Woodward Hall Theatre. 5/4- 5/12, Times vary. www.hudsonstage.com


Workshops: Westchester Community College Center For The Arts presents Open Life Drawing Session. Enjoy three hours of focused life drawing. 10am-1pm. www.sunywcc.edu/arts


Festivals: Jacob Burns Film Center presents You, Mom, and the Cowboy. Part of the series “The Unlimited Possibilities of Cinema selected by Apichatpong Weerasethakul.” 7:15pm. www.burnsfilmcenter.org


Music: Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts presents Cabaret in the Music Room starring Liz Callaway. Featuring songs from her shows and the American Popular Songbook. 8:30pm. www.caramoor.org


Music: Emelin Theatre presents Steve Forbert. His music is a blend of rock ‘n’ roll, country, folk and R&B. At Emelin Theatre. 8pm. www.emelin.org


Music: Hudson Chorale presents Concert Honoring John Knowles Paine. Music lovers will be given a rare opportunity to hear America’s first large- scale choral and orchestral masterwork: the Mass in D by John Knowles Paine. At Irvington High School. 8-9:30pm. www. hudsonchorale.org


Music: New Rochelle Public Library presents “Love Makes the World Go Round” Concert by Songcatchers. A concert joining singers from the Hugh A. Doyle Senior Center, Garito Manor, and Songcatchers. 3pm. www.nrpl.org


Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Senior Recital, Voice, Samantha Friedman. Senior Recital showcasing vocalist Samantha Friedman, mezzo soprano, winner of the prestigious Presser Award. 5pm. www.sarahlawrence.edu


Music: Taghkanic Chorale presents Celebrate the Brilliance of Britten. Discover or rediscover the brilliance that is Benjamin Britten. At Mt. Kisco Presbyterian Church. 8pm. www.taghkan- icchorale.org


Music: Westchester Chamber Symphony presents All-Mendelssohn Concert. Renowned violinist Elmar Oliveira will perform At Christopher J. Murphy Auditorium - Iona College. 8pm. www.westchesterchambersymphony.org


Workshops: Westchester Community College Center For The Arts presents Porcelain Bead-Making Workshop. Clay beads will be transformed into stun- ning and individual jewelry pieces. 5/5- 5/19, 1-5pm. www.sunywcc.edu/arts


SUNDAY 5/6


Festivals: Jacob Burns Film Center presents A Brighter Summer Day. Part of the series “The Unlimited Possibilities of Cinema selected by Apichatpong Weerasethakul.” 1pm. www.burnsfilmcen- ter.org


Music: Hudson Valley Writers’ Center presents HVWC Tribute to Linda Ashear. Featuring renowned cellist, Robert Kogan. 4:30pm. www.writerscenter.org


Music: Taghkanic Chorale presents Celebrate the Brilliance of Britten. The Chorale and soloists, under the musical direction of Steven Fox, will perform choral works from Benjamin Britten. At Trinity piscopal Church. 4pm. www.taghkanic- chorale.org


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