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Westchester County Business Journal • ARTSWNEWS

MAY 2012

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Theater: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Les Miz, School Edition. The legendary Tony Award winning musical has been adapted to meet the needs of young performers. 5/11-5/12, 7:30pm. www.

Theater: White Plains Performing Arts Center presents The Secret Garden. 1991 Tony Award Winner. 5/11-5/20, Fri- Sat, 8pm; Sun, 2pm.

SATURDAY 5/12 Kenny Wayne Shepard, Tarrytown Music Hall, 5/11 (Photo Credit: Michael Bandow)

Theater: Play Group Theatre presents The Wizard of Oz. The Wizard of Oz cap- tivates theater lovers of all ages. 11am and 4pm.

Theater: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Twelfth Night. Jealousy, mistaken identity, cross-dressing, fights and duels. One of the great Shakespeare comedies. 7pm.

Workshops: Muscoot Farm presents Basket Workshop. With award-winning basket maker and teacher JoAnn Kelly Catsos. 9am-5pm.

Workshops: Pelham Art Center pres- ents Glowtown Art Workshop. Build a little city made of paper cups, cotton balls, and more, topped off with... glow-in-the- dark paint! 1:30-3:30pm. www.pelhamart-


Film: Jacob Burns Film Center presents Films From Purchase College 2012. See the work of today’s up-and-coming filmmak- ers! 5/7-8, 7:15pm.

Lectures: Color Camera Club of Westchester presents Photographic Presentation: Competition Winners. Tonight, see our top winners at the End of Year Print Competition. 7:30-9:30pm.

Music: Sarah Lawrence College presentsWall to Wall Chamber Music. Culminating showcase of ensembles from the Sarah Lawrence chamber music pro- gram. 6pm.

Music: Sarah Lawrence College pres- ents Sarah Lawrence Jazz Ensembles. Students from the Sarah Lawrence stu- dios, jazz it up in their end of year celebra- tion. At Marshall Field Room 1. 8pm. www.


Music: Downtown Music at Grace presentsMusic for Viola and Piano. Vincent Lionti, viola, and Alex Ruvinstein, piano. 12pm.


Film: Jacob Burns Film Center presents An Evening with Walter Bernstein and Jonathan Demme. Legendary screenwrit- er Walter Bernstein returns to the Burns. 7:15pm.

Film: New Rochelle Public Library pres- ents Film: The Longest Yard. The 1974 classic film stars Burt Reynolds, Eddie Albert, and Michael Conrad. 7pm.

Music: Downtown Music at Grace presents Piano Recital. Prizewinners of the New York International Piano Competition join us for a spring celebra- tion. 6pm.


Music: Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts presents The Jade Mountain. Charlotte deRothschild, soprano; Danielle Purett, harp. 8pm. www.

Music: Tarrytown Music Hall presents Kenny Wayne Shepard. The Louisiana born axeman and songsmith. 8pm. www.

Spoken Word: Hudson Valley Writers’ Center presents HVWC and Slapering Hol Press Reading: “Writing Birth.” Writers Rachel Zucker, Kristin Kocavic, and Laura Jan Shore share their work. 7:30pm.


SCULPTURE: On and Off the Wall On View Through 5.20.12

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Family & Kids: Emelin Theatre pres- ents The Spencers: Theatre of Illusion. The Spencers transform the Emelin into a Theatre of Illusion! 3pm.

Music: Friends of Music Concerts, Inc. presents Juilliard Baroque concert. Juilliard’s newest resident faculty ensem- ble will perform an all-Bach program, including Brandenberg Concerti Nos. 5, 6, and 4. At Kusel Auditorium, Sleepy Hollow High School. 8pm. www.friendsofmusic-

Music: Paramount Center for the Arts presents The Fab Faux. The Fab Faux are without a doubt the most musically sat- isfying Beatles tribute band on the scene today. 8pm.

Music: Walkabout Clearwater presents Bill Staines with Special Guest Bowen Staines. For more than forty years, Bill has traveled back and forth across North America, singing his songs and delighting audiences at festivals, colleges, concerts. 7:30pm preceded by a sing-a-long/teach- about with Walkabout Clearwater Chorus at 6:30.

Festivals: Philipsburg Manor presents Pinkster Festival. An African-American celebration of spring. 10am-5pm. www.

Music: The Chappaqua Orchestra presents Jill Collura. A multi-woodwind recital on bassoon, flute and clarinet. 3pm.

Theater: Play Group Theatre pres- ents Into the Woods. The beloved Tony Award-winning musical 5/13-5/20, Sun, 2pm & 7pm.


Festivals: Jacob Burns Film Center presents It’s All In Lebanon. A revealing journey through modern Lebanon, a coun- try torn between violence, lust, and amne- sia. 7:45pm.


Festivals: Jacob Burns Film Center presents Odds Against Tomorrow and Westchester Jazz Orchestra Sextet. Part of the series “Jazz Sessions: The Greats on Camera.” 7:30pm. www.burns-

Music: Downtown Music at Grace presents Organ Recital. Organist John Lettieri. 12pm.


Festivals: Westchester Magazine presentsWine & Food Weekend 2012. Offers foodies and oenophiles alike four days to savor the region’s finest food and the world’s best wines. At The Ritz- Carlton, Westchester. 5/17-5/20, Times vary. wineweekend

La Vie enRobe, Barbara Segal

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