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Hugo Wolf’s Italian Songbook at Guild Hall

The songbook is like a Tour of Italy – you can see the Tuscan countryside, with its Renaissance-arched church towers – Orvieto, Siena & Viterbo. The songs are miniatures – short, fleeting and over as quickly as any one of the feelings, quips, reproaches, or conversations the young lovers may have.

​Features Pianist Mikael Eliasen of the Curtis Institute with soprano Ashley Robillard and baritone Dennis Chmelensky in a staged performance of Hugo Wolf’s Italian Songbook. The program has been featured at the National Gallery in Washington D.C. and tours the West Coast and Europe this season. It is performed in four 15 minute sets plus a brief epilogue.

*Artists appear by special arrangement with Curtis on Tour, the Nina von Maltzahn global touring initiative of the Curtis Institute of Music.

https://www.guildhall.org/events/music-for-montauk-presents-hugo-wolfs-italian-songbook/

Haunted Rogers Mansion

Thu, Oct 18, 201811:00 AM-4:00 PM
Fri, Oct 19, 201811:00 AM-4:00 PM

Rogers Mansion
17 Meeting House Lane
Southampton
For the month of October the Rogers Mansion will be taken over by the spooky spirits of Halloween. Come explore our exhibits and learn about Southampton’s past, but be on the lookout for ghouls and ghosts of previous occupants. Was that a creaky old floorboard or the footsteps of Captain Albert Rogers getting ready to leave on a whaling trip? You will have to stop in to find out!

Eagles Weekend at Bay Street Theather

EagleMania – The World’s Greatest Eagles Tribute Band. That isn’t their slogan by mistake! EagleMania has dedicated themselves to faithfully reproducing the music of The Eagles. Since their inception, EagleMania has been thrilling audiences all over the country with their stunning five part harmony and their uncanny ability to emulate the unmistakable sound of The Eagles. Their show consists of the Eagles’ greatest hits, as well as some of the solo work of Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and Joe Walsh.

EagleMania has spent countless hours breaking down everything The Eagles recorded on their albums, and faithfully reproducing those unforgettable songs in the most authentic way possible. The audience is given a chance to experience the music the way it was meant to be heard, and it’s done live on stage night after night.

If you like The Eagles you will love EagleMania!

http://www.baystreet.org/calendar/eaglemania/?d=3535

 

Featured Dining: Sant Ambroeus

RESTAURANT SANT AMBROEUS
SOUTHAMPTON
Originally opened in 1992, the Sant Ambroeus restaurant in Southampton has recently been reimagined by designer Robert McKinley.

Natural linen curtains bring warmth to the elegant atmosphere, complementing the photographs from the Hurricane series by renowned artist Clifford Ross. This interior dining room, furnished with ivory leather banquettes and iconic black-and-white striped chairs, is available for private events.

Our outdoor vine-covered patio, secluded from the buzz of Main Street and accessible from a cozy private lane, is also available for events. A perfect venue for intimate gatherings, about 40 guests may share an unforgettable family lunch or a romantic summer dinner here.

At Sant Ambroeus Southampton, guests can choose from an array of authentic, fine specialties: the signature vitello tonnato, carpaccio di manzo and branzino alla griglia by chef de cuisine Fabio Gutierrez.

Second Annual East Hampton Village Fall Festival in Herrick Park

WHO: East Hampton Chamber of Commerce

WHAT: Second Annual East Hampton Village Fall Festival

WHERE: Herrick Park, East Hampton Village

WHEN: Saturday, October 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Rain or Shine)

Second Annual East Hampton Village Fall Festival in Herrick Park

Hosted by

East Hampton Chamber of Commerce

Saturday October 20, 10 AM to 5 PM – Free!

The East Hampton Chamber of Commerce will host its Second Annual Fall Festival in Herrick Park in late October. There will be over 50 booths set up in the downtown park on Saturday, October 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. where local artists, shopkeepers and over 20 non-profits can display their wares and information. Dance or listen to live music all day – from bluegrass to blues. Acts include the Hoo Doo Loungers, the East Hampton Bluegrass All Stars, Steven Tekulsky’s the Judge and the Jury Americana Experience and the East Hampton High School Jazz Band. There’s plenty for kids and families too – the YMCA sponsored jumping castle and climbing wall; art projects sponsored by the East End Children’s Museum in the gazebo; a costume parade at noon for kids and parents; and a haunted pumpkin patch and free pumpkin carving station. The Art Nanny will help kids of all ages make art projects and the playground at Herrick Park will be open all day. There will be a live mural painting; see and crawl on antique fire trucks, boats and other emergency vehicles on display. David and Jean Stiles will be building a “Magical Tree House” in Herrick Park for children to play on and explore, with all materials supplied by Riverhead Building Supply. Food offerings include fresh lobster rolls from Buoy One; wood-fired pizza from Around the Fire; hand-made pretzels from Knot of this World; and tasty offerings from Noah’s on the Road. There’ll be Kona Ice to help gatherers cool off and Mr. Softee as well. Village eateries will be open all day and offering specials through the New York State Craft Beverages Program. Participating non-profits include the Guild Hall Gift Shop; the Hamptons International Film Festival’s “garage sale” featuring collectible movie poster and merchandise from past years; the East Hampton Historical Society and LVIS. Sponsored by the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce, Executive Director Steven Ringel states, “Building on last year’s success, we’re expecting a crowd in the Village. It’s a true community event to celebrate Fall and the harvest season, as well as to showcase our wonderful businesses and organizations.” Sponsors to date include DiscoverLI, People’s United Bank, Halstead Real Estate, The Independent, Tesla and BK Builders. To secure a booth or become a member, contact the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce at (631) 324-0362 or via email: steven@easthamptonchamber.com For updates and news, follow the chamber on Facebook at @EastHamptonChamberofCommerce. For further information, email steven@easthamptonchamberofcommerce.com or call (631) 324-0262. For press inquiries contact steve@wordhampton.com or call (631) 329-0050.

Krupski Farm in Watermill

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General Information
Directions:
Take the Long Island Expressway (Rte. 495) to exit 73 (last exit). Continue east on Rte. 58 which becomes Rte. 25. From the exit it is approximately 16 miles to Peconic. We are on the south side of the road at the “Peconic” sign across from Pindar Vineyards.

Revel In Dimes at the Stephen Talkhouse

http://stephentalkhouse.com/event.cfm?id=286124&cart

When: Saturday, Oct 13, 2018 10:00 PM

Ticket Price: $10.00

Revel In Dimes: There is boot-stompin’, soul-shakin’ rock-‘n’-roll — and then there is reveling in Revel in Dimes. This is not The Black Keys and The Red Hot Chili Peppers, blended together by way of Jack White and a nice hook; this is unmanufactured music that shakes you up and spits you back out, all ugly and heavy and mean, the way they invented music to be. This might get dangerous, is what you need to know beforewe get started here, because this is what fearlessness sounds like. Washington Duke and Eric Simons spent years getting polished in the fine art of the dirty blues as a hired-gun rhythm section playing popcorn-quick drums and buttery-goo guitar in too many New York City bands, together and apart, throughout the better part of the 21st Century. But after each gig, they found themselves coming back to their shared North Mississippi influences of Junior Kimbrough and R.L. Burnside, wondering what happened to the juke joint in the midst of a blues-rock renaissance. If the Delta was having its garage-rock, gold-record moment, why wasn’t anyone dancing in the damn garage? “The blues doesn’t have to sound perfect,” Duke says. “It’s actually better if it doesn’t sound perfect. So the whole look-at-me-being-a-rock-star thing never worked for us. And I think that’s why the whole DJ culture is working right now: People just want to get lost in enjoying the music and having a good time — they don’t need to be staring at some icon.” Well, Duke and Simons found their icon anyway. Because there are beautiful, booty-shakin’, fist-pumpin’ female lead singers — and then there is Kia Warren, who is all that and will break your fucking house down. She worked at The Surf Lodge in Montauk, where she’d been distracted, like everyone else in the joint, by these two guys covering T-Model Ford at full volume in the Hamptons on a Sunday afternoon last summer. So she sent her friend toward the stage, pretending to be her manager, to see if, hey, maybe these guys could use an extra voice for a couple songs. “We were like, Girl, this ain’t karaoke,” Simons says. “But then Kia got up there and we were like, Damn, that girl can sing. And it worked out perfectly, because she doesn’t have just one style, and nowadays it’s tough to nail down any particular genre that people can reach out and grab — so we lean toward ’em and let ’em grab a hold of everything.” Hold tight indeed. Listen to “Shame,” and you will hear a stompin’ riff written two years ago by two men, and Warren’s melody — never the same twice, always just right — will make you wear your sole thin. Close your eyes during “Last Breath” at your own risk, lest Simons’ Les Paul — slipping and sliding, heaving and hammering — leaves you running into everything around you. Go see Revel in Dimes do “You Gotta Go Down” in all its many moods — equal doses Leadbelly and Led Zeppelin, punk and The Pink Panther — and… well, you’ve just really got to go down and see ’em. “We bring it back closer to where the blues and rock really started out, but there’s a vibe you can’t put a name to,” says Warren. “We feed off those roots, and each other, and the crowd, and having fun. So people come to our shows and they see that and they feel that, and we feel them. It’s just something that you have to see. It’s something that you have to feel.” Because that’s the thing: At once timeless and timely, Revel in Dimes is best experienced at this very second, in this very moment. You’ve been warned.