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  • July 20
    2018

    FRIDAY
    8 PM
    Caramoor, 149 Girdle Ridge Road, Katonah, NY

  • July 20
    2018

    FRIDAY
    8 PM
    Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts 149 Girdle Ridge Road Katonah, NY

    Enjoying over 20 years of acclaim and a place as one of the world’s top string quartets, the Brentano Quartet returns to Caramoor with three-time Grammy-nominated clarinettist Todd Palmer. Their program includes transcriptions of madrigals by Gesualdo, whose works pre-date the string quartet as a medium, Beethoven’s magnificent Quartet Opus 18, No 4 and the Brahms Clarinet Quintet, certainly, one of the greatest chamber music masterpieces ever composed. “The Brentanos are a magnificent string quartet … This was wonderful, selfless music-making” (The Times, London). Mark Steinberg, violin Serena Canin, violin Misha Amory, viola Nina Lee, cello Todd Palmer, clarinet Gesualdo  Madrigals (selections) Beethoven  String Quartet No. 4 in C Minor, Op. 18, No. 4 Brahms  Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in B Minor, Op. 115

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    7 PM
    The Capitol Theatre 149 Westchester Avenue Port Chester, NY 10573

    This event will have a reserved seated Orchestra, Loge, and Balcony. Standing room is in the rear of the orchestra behind the last row of seats. 18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Beth Hart is on fire. Right now, the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter is riding a creative tidal wave, firing out acclaimed albums, hooking up with the biggest names in music and rocking the house each night with that celebrated burnt-honey voice. In 2016, the headline news is Beth’s latest album, Fire On The Floor, a release that even this fiercely self-critical artist describes as “pretty frickin’ good.” But let’s not forget the backstory that brought her here… The Blues Magazine once dubbed Beth Hart “the ultimate female rock star”, and there’s no doubt that her two-decade career is the ultimate thrill-ride. Born in Los Angeles, she released a fistful of hit albums through the ’90s, then reignited in the post-millennium as both a solo artist and the head-turning vocalist for guitar heroes like Joe Bonamassa, Jeff Beck and Slash. “Extraordinary,” wrote The Times of her once-a-generation voice box, while The Guardian praised her “daring, brooding and angry” performances. But it’s in recent times that Beth has truly blossomed. In April 2015, she released Better Than Home, a critical and commercial smash that topped the iTunes Blues Chart and was crowned #4 Best Blues Album Of The Year by Mojo magazine. The release also reached #1 in the Dutch charts and helped Beth to fill Amsterdam’s Heineken Music Hall with 5,500 fans (her largest club show to date). “Oh, that was so good, man,” she reflects. “I love Holland. They’ve been really good to me.” The US market has embraced her, too, with Beth packing ever-larger venues in major cities on the Better Than Home tour – including Nashville’s iconic Ryman Auditorium – and receiving a nomination from the American Blues Foundation in the category of Contemporary Blues Female Artist. “It’s unbelievable,” she admits. “This last tour, we were playing much bigger houses than I’d ever played in the States – and they were sold-out.” Meanwhile, on the other side of the pond, Beth’s rocketing UK profile has never been higher. Recent years have seen auspicious headline sets at the Royal Albert Hall and the Barbican (not to mention the historic Hampton Court Palace with Joe Bonamassa), and in December 2015, she chalked up another first with a spot on Jools Holland’s legendary annual Hootenanny. Bringing in the New Year with a soulful take on Tell Her You Belong To Me and Nutbush City Limits alongside long-time...

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    8 PM
    The Capitol Theatre 149 Westchester Avenue Port Chester NY

    There are few artists whose names are synonymous with one instrument and how it's played in service to an entire genre. Utter the phrase "young blues guitarist" within earshot of anyone with even a cursory knowledge of the modern musical vanguard and the first name they are most likely to respond with will be Kenny Wayne Shepherd. The Louisiana born axeman and songsmith has been selling millions of albums, throwing singles into the Top 10, shining a light on the rich blues of the past and forging ahead with his own modern twist on a classic sound he has embodied since his teens. He met Stevie Ray Vaughan at 7, shared the stage with New Orleans legend Bryan Lee at 13. As an adult, he continues to create genre-defining blues-infused rock n' roll. "I get up on stage every night to play my heart out and to try to turn people on their ear, man. I want to bring light into people's lives with my music. If I can make people feel good for an hour and a half to two hours and forget about whatever might be stressing them out, then I'm doing my job." -Kenny Wayne Shepherd Beth Hart is on fire. Right now, the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter is riding a creative tidal wave, firing out acclaimed albums, hooking up with the biggest names in music and rocking the house each night with that celebrated burnt-honey voice. In 2016, the headline news is Beth’s latest album, Fire On The Floor, a release that even this fiercely self-critical artist describes as “pretty frickin’ good.” But let’s not forget the backstory that brought her here… The Blues Magazine once dubbed Beth Hart “the ultimate female rock star”, and there’s no doubt that her two-decade career is the ultimate thrill-ride. Born in Los Angeles, she released a fistful of hit albums through the ’90s, then reignited in the post-millennium as both a solo artist and the head-turning vocalist for guitar heroes like Joe Bonamassa, Jeff Beck and Slash. “Extraordinary,” wrote The Times of her once-a-generation voice box, while The Guardian praised her “daring, brooding and angry” performances. But it’s in recent times that Beth has truly blossomed. In April 2015, she released Better Than Home, a critical and commercial smash that topped the iTunes Blues Chart and was crowned #4 Best Blues Album Of The Year by Mojo magazine. The release also reached #1 in the Dutch charts and helped Beth to fill Amsterdam’s Heineken Music Hall with 5,500 fans (her largest club show to date). “Oh, that was so good, man,” she reflects. “I love Holland. They’ve been really good to me.” The US market has embraced her, too, with Beth...

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    4 PM
    Caramoor, 149 Girdle Ridge Road, Katonah, NY

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    4 PM
    Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts 149 Girdle Ridge Road Bedford, NY

    Composed for a royal wedding celebration, Handel’s Atalanta is a tale full of hidden love and disguise, complete with vocal fireworks. Long dormant since its 1736 premiere, Atalanta’s lively overtures, festive melodies, and favored arioso, “Care selve,” were revived in 1970 and are now the perfect accompaniment to a summer evening at Caramoor. We are delighted to welcome back Nicholas McGegan, whose expertise in this repertoire covers a dozen Handel oratorios and close to twenty of his operas, along with America’s leading period-instrument ensemble, for its Caramoor debut. Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra Nicholas McGegan, conductor Sherezade Panthaki (Atalanta) Amy Freston (Meleagro) Cécile van de Sant (Irene) Isaiah Bell (Aminta) Philip Cutlip (Nicandro) Davóne Tines (Mercurio) TENET Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director

  • July 28
    2018

    SATURDAY
    7 PM
    Performing Arts Center, Purchase College SUNY, 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY

    Teatro Nuovo presents a semi-staged performance of Tancredi, Rossini’s first 'hit,' which contains some of the freshest, most appealing, and most touching music he ever composed. Tancredi will be headlined by mezzo-soprano Tamara Mumford as Tancredi (featured in The Metropolitan Opera’s production of Saariaho’s L'amour de loin), soprano Sydney Mancasola (who recently triumphed in Rigoletto at English National Opera and stars as Violetta in La traviata this summer at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis), and Santiago Ballerini as Argirio (who had a universally-praised breakout performance last summer in Il pirata at Caramoor).  

  • July 28
    2018

    SATURDAY
    7:30 PM
    Untermyer Performing Arts Council at Untermyer Park 945 North Broadway Yonkers, NY 10701

    Live symphonic music will fill the air of Untermyer Park, played by a diverse group of professional, local, talented and renowned musicians, conducted by Maestra Tong Chen.

  • July 29
    2018

    SUNDAY
    4 PM
  • July 29
    2018

    SUNDAY
    4 PM
    Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts 149 Girdle Ridge Road Katonah, NY

    Caramoor’s 2018 Summer Season comes to a close with Orchestra of St. Luke’s led by Principal Conductor Bernard Labadie and the inimitable mezzo-soprano Susan Graham. Performing selections from the roles that brought her renown, the first half of the program feature selections from Handel’s Ariodante and Alicnia followed by Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro and La Clemenza di Tito. Join us in celebrating a summer full of music and be sure to come early for a pre-concert lecture with Bernard Labadie. Handel  Overture, Gavotte, and Bourrée from Ariodante Handel  “Dopo notte” from Ariodante Handel  “Scherza infida” from Ariodante Handel  Overture to Alcina Handel  “Sta nell’ Ircana” from Alcina — Intermission — Mozart  Overture to Le Nozze di Figaro Mozart  “Non so più” from Le Nozze di Figaro Mozart  “Voi che sapete” from Le Nozze di Figaro Mozart  Symphony No. 36 “Linz” Mozart  “Deh per questo” from La Clemenza di Tito

  • July 29
    2018

    SUNDAY
    4 PM
    Performing Arts Center, Purchase College SUNY, 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY

    Teatro Nuovo presents a semi-staged performance of Giovanni Simone Mayr's Medea in Corinto. Mayr, a master awaiting rediscovery, was the teacher and lifelong friend of Donizetti and the most important link between Mozart and Rossini. The opera originally starred Rossini's future wife, Isabella Colbran, and then became a favorite role of Giuditta Pasta, the first Norma and Anna Bolena, who kept the opera in repertory up to about 1840.  

  • Aug 1
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    7:30 PM
    Hudson Park Bandshell 1 Hudson Park Road New Rochelle, NY

    The band shell at New Rochelle’s historic Hudson Park will once again be filled with the “sound of music” as the New Rochelle Council on the Arts presents its annual summer concert series from June 27th through August 31st. The Emil Paolucci Summer Sounds Concert Series, created by the New Rochelle Council on the Arts, is in its 11th season and this year’s concerts will feature an eclectic menu of musicians. On Wednesday, August 1st New Rochelle Opera will perform favorites from classical operas as well as operettas and Broadway. The Summer Sounds concert series is presented by the New Rochelle Council on the Arts, in partnership with the New Rochelle Dept. of Parks and Recreation, and co-sponsored by People’s United Bank and Webster Bank. Last year NRCA upgraded the sound system, thanks to an anonymous donation, and reached out to local food trucks to be on site each week. The same vendors have been invited this year.

  • Aug 2
    2018

    THURSDAY
    7:30 PM
    Performing Arts Center, Purchase College SUNY, 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY

    Teatro Nuovo presents an program of instrumental and vocal chamber music by Rossini, Donizetti, Mayr and others.

  • Aug 3
    2018

    FRIDAY
    7 PM
    Performing Arts Center, Purchase College SUNY, 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY

    Teatro Nuovo presents a semi-staged performance of Tancredi, Rossini’s first 'hit,' which contains some of the freshest, most appealing, and most touching music he ever composed. Tancredi will be headlined by mezzo-soprano Tamara Mumford as Tancredi (featured in The Metropolitan Opera’s production of Saariaho’s L'amour de loin), soprano Sydney Mancasola (who recently triumphed in Rigoletto at English National Opera and stars as Violetta in La traviata this summer at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis), and Santiago Ballerini as Argirio (who had a universally-praised breakout performance last summer in Il pirata at Caramoor).  

  • Aug 4
    2018

    SATURDAY
    7 PM
    Performing Arts Center, Purchase College SUNY, 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY

    Teatro Nuovo presents a semi-staged performance of Giovanni Simone Mayr's Medea in Corinto. Mayr, a master awaiting rediscovery, was the teacher and lifelong friend of Donizetti and the most important link between Mozart and Rossini. The opera originally starred Rossini's future wife, Isabella Colbran, and then became a favorite role of Giuditta Pasta, the first Norma and Anna Bolena, who kept the opera in repertory up to about 1840.  

  • Aug 17
    2018

    FRIDAY
    7 PM
    The Capitol Theatre 149 Westchester Avenue Port Chester, NY 10573

    Rufus Wainwright Fri, August 17, 2018 Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm The Capitol Theatre Port Chester, NY $35//$45/$55 (ADVANCE) $40//$50//$60 (DAY OF SHOW) On Sale Fri, May 18, 2018 12:00 pm EDT This event is 18 and over This event will have a reserved seated Orchestra, Loge, and Balcony. Standing room is in the rear of the orchestra behind the last row of seats. 18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Rufus Wainwright Rufus Wainwright, one of the great male vocalists, composers, and songwriters of his generation, has released eight studio albums, three DVDs, and three live albums. He has collaborated with artists ranging from Elton John, David Byrne, Robbie Williams Mark Ronson, Joni Mitchell to Burt Bacharach. His album DzRufus Does Judydz recorded at Carnegie Hall in 2006 was nominated for a Grammy. His acclaimed first opera, Prima Donna, premiered at the Manchester International Festival in July 2009 and has since been presented in London, Toronto and BAM in New York. This summer it will be performed at the Armel Opera Festival in Hungary and Augsburg Theatre in Germany. In 2015, Deutsche Grammaphon released a studio recording of the opera recorded with the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Rufus celebrated the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death with the release of his latest album Take All My Loves: 9 Shakespeare Sonnets on Deutsche Grammophon worldwide in Spring 2016. The Canadian Opera Company commissioned Wainwright’s second opera, about Roman Emperor Hadrian, to premiere in Toronto in the fall of 2018

  • Aug 19
    2018

    SUNDAY
    4 PM
    Jazz Forum 1 Dixon Lane Tarrytown, New York 10591

    Born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Denise Reis is a singer, guitarist and composer. Denise began studying guitar at age 10 and four years later, in 1986, she was invited to take part in a European tour. As her musical career progressed, she found widespread acclaim and encouragement from the Brazilian people and media. Her album “Alfândega”, launched in 2007, debuts many of her own compositions and features musical production by Denise herself, Marcelo Nami and acclaimed percussionist Marcos Suzano. During the last few years, Denise has been invited to tour in various countries including Senegal, Ukraine, Venezuela, Portugal, and Israel, where she had the privilege of working with some of the world’s most famous and talented international artists. In 2009 Denise was honored with an invitation to compose a song and perform for His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama in Albany, NY. Denise amazes and delights audiences from around the world with her warmth, unique artistic expression and exquisite musicality. Her music, rich with emotion and Latin-American textures, speaks to the human ear and heart, allowing concertgoers and listeners to experience commonalities of human experience transcending all cultural barriers.

  • Sep 6
    2018

    THURSDAY
    6:30 PM
    The Capitol Theatre 149 Westchester Avenue Port Chester, NY 10573

    Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band Featuring Nicki Bluhm & Eric Krasno Thu, September 6, 2018 Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm The Capitol Theatre Port Chester, NY $184.50/$159.50/$99.50/$59.50 (ADVANCE) $189.50/$164.50/$104.50/$99.50/$64.50 (DAY OF SHOW) On Sale Fri, May 18, 2018 12:00 pm EDT This event is 18 and over This event will have a general admission standing room only floor and a reserved seated Loge and Balcony. Reserved Loge and Balcony tickets will NOT have access to the general admission floor. 18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Phil Lesh LIKE SO MANY OTHER MUSICAL ENDEAVORS THAT PHIL LESH OF THE GRATEFUL DEAD HAS BEEN A PART OF, THE TERRAPIN FAMILY BAND GREW NATURALLY AND SPONTANEOUSLY OUT OF SOMETHING SPECIAL. IN THIS CASE, IT WAS THE UNIQUE ENVIRONMENT THAT HE FOSTERED AT TERRAPIN CROSSROADS, THE MUSIC VENUE THAT HE RECENTLY OPENED IN MARIN COUNTY, CA. USING THE GRATEFUL DEAD SONGBOOK AS A SPRINGBOARD FOR REINTERPRETATION AND AS INSPIRATION TO CREATE ORIGINAL MATERIAL, THE TFB MUSICIANS WERE INSPIRED AS MUCH BY ONE ANOTHER AS THEY WERE BY THE DIVERSE GROUP OF INFLUENCES THAT THEY BROUGHT TO THE TABLE; AS A RESULT, THE MUSIC CONVEYED FRIENDSHIP, RESPECT, WARMTH, AND COMPANIONSHIP FOR LISTENERS AND PERFORMERS ALIKE. ‘FAMILY’ ISN’T JUST A MONIKER FOR THE GROUP, EITHER. THE FIRST PERSON THAT PHIL BROUGHT ON WAS GRAHAME LESH, HIS SON. FROM THE BEGINNING GRAHAME’S GUITAR CHOPS, POWERFUL VOCALS AND HARMONIC TOUCH HELPED FORM THE BACKBONE OF THE BAND’S SOUND. KEEPING WITH THE FAMILY THEME IS ALEX KOFORD, A LONG TIME FAMILY FRIEND WHOM PHIL RECRUITED TO BE HIS DRUMMER. IT QUICKLY BECAME APPARENT THAT ALEX HAD A VOICE TO MATCH HIS DRUMMING ABILITY, AND BEFORE LONG HE WAS PULLING A ‘LEVON HELM,’ DELIVERING SOARING VOCAL LEADS WHILE POUNDING AWAY ON THE DRUMS. THEN, THERE IS THE MAN OF MANY TALENTS, JASON CROSBY. HE STARTED PLAYING VIOLIN AT THE AGE OF 2, DISCOVERED HE HAD PERFECT PITCH NOT LONGER THEREAFTER, AND THEN PROCEEDED TO MASTER VIRTUALLY EVERY INSTRUMENT KNOWN TO MAN. YOU CAN USUALLY FIND HIM ON THE PIANO OR VIOLIN WITH THE TERRAPIN FAMILY BAND, ADDING A DELICATE TOUCH HERE, A PERFECT NOTE THERE.LAST, BUT CERTAINLY NOT LEAST, IS OUR VERY OWN ROSS JAMES. THE DYNAMIC, BEARDED GUITARIST WOWED CROWDS FROM THE MOMENT HE BURST ONTO THE SCENE AT TERRAPIN CROSSROADS, AND IT WASN’T LONG BEFORE HIS DISTINCT SOUND AND STYLE WERE AS RECOGNIZABLE AT TERRAPIN AS PHIL’S BASS BOMBS. COMBINE ROSS WITH THE TWO LESH MEN, AND YOU’VE GOT ABOUT AS ELECTRIC A MUSICAL FRONT-COURT AS YOU CAN FIND ANYWHERE. OVER TIME, THE BAND’S MUSIC HAS...

  • Nov 11
    2018

    SUNDAY
    3 PM
    Christopher Murphy Auditorium at Iona College, 715 North Avenue, New Rochelle, NY

    NOTE: The choices above provide the option of paying for your reservation now, or reserving your ticket on this site and paying at the door or mailing in your payment. If you wish to mail in your payment, you can send a check to: New Rochelle Opera PO Box 55 New Rochelle, NY 10804 Please include your ticket confirmation number, which you will receive upon completing your order, on your check. Cash or checks only accepted at the door (no credit cards).

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