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NOVEMBER 2012


Westchester County Business Journal • ARTSWNEWS


A13 SATURDAY 11/10


get more event information, visit www.artswestchester.org WEDNESDAY 11/14


Family & Kids: Hudson River Museum presents Be an Artist Apprentice. Learn how to create picture book stories. 11/10- 11/25, 1-4pm. www.hrm.org


Family & Kids: OSilas Gallery at Concordia College presents ARTyFACTS. Explore the “Journey of Peace: Art as Meditation” 3:30pm. www. osilasgallery.org


Music: Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts presents Music in the Rosen House: Amphion String Quartet. They are the thirteenth Ernst Stiefel Quartet-in-Residence at Caramoor. 8pm. www.caramoor.org


Music: Friends of the Warner Library presents Violinist Akiko Koybashi at Warner Library. Akiko Koybashi, violin, will appear with piano accompaniment in a classical concert. 2:30pm. www.warner- library.org


Music: Tarrytown Music Hall presents Nick Di Paolo. His brutally honest, seeth- ing, sarcastic comedy has proven socially relevant. 8pm. www.tarrytownmusichall.org


Music: Walkabout Clearwater presents Walkabout Clearwater Coffeehouse Presents Martha Redbone Roots Project. Martha Redbone is one of our time’s leading contemporary Native American voices. 7:30pm. Audience par- ticipation sing-a-long. 6:45pm. www.walk- aboutclearwater.org


Music: Westchester Chamber Symphony presents 16th Season Opening Concert. Violinist Yevgeny Kutik, playing Max Bruch’s Violin Concerto no. 1, op.26 in G minor. At Christopher J. Murphy Auditorium. 8pm. www.westchestercham- bersymphony.org


Music: Westchester Philharmonic presents The Westchester Philharmonic with Tito Munoz and Jeremy Denk. Jeremy Denk, piano. At Purchase College. 11/10-11/11, Sat: 8pm, Sun: 3pm. www. westchesterphil.org


Music: PJS Jazz Society presents Antoinette Montague. Antoinette Montague returns for another triumphant evening of jazz and blues. 5:15-9pm. www. pjsjazz.org


Music: Hudson River Museum pres- ents Jazz Greats from Page to Stage. Trumpeter Cecil Bridgewater and band. 1:30-3pm. www.hrm.org


Music: Tarrytown Music Hall presents Ani Difranco. Singer/songwriter/guitarist Ani DiFranco’s eagerly awaited new album. 8pm. www.tarrytownmusichall.org


THURSDAY 11/15


ArtsW Events: ArtsWestchester presents Fine Tune Your Skills: Using Social Media to Advance your Career in the Arts. Build your career in the arts by learning the basics of social media sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. 5:30-8:15pm. www.artswestchester.org/ finetune


Workshops: OSilas Gallery at Concordia College presents Art and Meditation. An evening of meditation and yoga in OSilas Gallery. 7-8:30pm. www. osilasgallery.org


FRIDAY 11/16


Comedy: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Curtains. Musical murder mys- tery mayhem for the whole family. 11/16- 11/18, 3pm, 7pm. www.irvingtontheater.com


Music: Lagond Music School presents Lagond Honors Band at Dobbs Ferry Public Library. Come enjoy the Band as a part of the Library’s Jazz Concert Series. At Dobbs Ferry Public Library. 7-9pm. www.lagondmusic.org


SATURDAY 11/17


Dance: SmartArts presents State Street Ballet: The Secret Garden. This story of loss, dreams, hope and the search for happiness transcends generations. 8pm. www.sunywcc.edu/smartarts


Dance: Steffi Nossen School of Dance presents Steffi Nossen Dance Foundation Annual Choreography Showcase. Steffi Nossen Dance Foundation presents its annual Choreography Showcase. At Dance Theatre Lab SUNY Purchase. 3pm. www. steffinossen.org


Music: Tarrytown Music Hall presents Gato Barbieri. The jazz tenor saxophonist and composer will perform his music. 8pm. www.tarrytownmusichall.org


Fountains of Wayne, Tarrytown Music Hall, 11/9


Workshops: Center for the Arts, WCC presents Holiday Beaded Snowflake Workshop. Instructor Aurelio Castano will teach you to make a beautiful beaded six-point snowflake 1-5pm. www.sunywcc. edu/arts


SUNDAY 11/18


Lectures: Hudson River Museum presents The Unknown Palisades and Curator Tour. Historic interpreter Eric Nelsen tells the story of the Palisades in


an insightful slideshow. 1pm. www.hrm.org


Music: Collegium Westchester presents Chorus and Orchestra Concert. Performs music by Bach, R. Strauss, Stravinsky, and Gershwin. 8pm. www.collegium- westchester.org


Music: Copland House presents Life on the American Riviera. Music by World War II-era German emigres. 3pm. www. coplandhouse.org


Spoken Word: Hudson Valley Writers’ Center presents HVWC Featured Class Reading: Students from Mindy Lewis Writing Workshop for Memoir & Creative Nonfiction. This term’s featured class is Mindy Lewis’s Memoir & Creative Nonfiction Workshop. 4:30pm. www.writ- erscenter.org


FRIDAY 11/23


Family & Kids: Hudson River Museum presents Hear a Story, Wear a Story. Listen to a story, get your face painted and watch a special Holiday-themed Star Show. 2-4:30pm. www.hrm.org


SATURDAY 11/24


Music: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents 2012 Westchester Teen Idol. A singing competition for teens between 13 and 19 years old. 7:30pm. www.irving- tontheater.com


MONDAY 11/26


Lectures: Chappaqua Library presents Anna Quindlen with Jodi Kantor. 92nd St. Y Simulcast. Motherhood, journalism, life in her 30s and what comes afterwards. At Temple Beth-el. 8pm. www.chappaquali- brary.org


THURSDAY 11/29


Dance: Iona College Council on the Arts presents Ajkun Ballet Theatre: Legacy, The Odyssey of Albania. This contemporary ballet depicts the rituals rooted deep in history and impressed on Albanian culture. At Christopher J. Murphy Auditorium. 7pm. www.iona.edu/artscouncil


Lectures: Chappaqua Library presents Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks with Ira Flatow: Science, Religion and the Search for Meaning. 92nd St. Y Simulcast. Take a fascinating look at the interdependence of religion and science with former Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks. At Temple Beth-el. 8pm. www. chappaqualibrary.org


Film: Irvington Town Hall Theater presents Stars in Shorts. An incredible collection of short films featuring some of the world’s biggest actors! 8pm. www. irvingtontheater.com


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