- March 7: Musicians of the Westchester Philharmonic: Distinguished cellist Eugene Moye and friends
- March 14: Members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Quan Yuan, violin and Vincent Lionti, Viola are joined by pianist Alex Ruvinstein for a program of charming, rarely heard nineteenth century trios entitled “Lost Gems of the Romantic Era”
- March 21: Cellist David Heiss is a member of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and is principal cellist of The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall
- March 28: Lucian Rinando, flute, Samuel Magill, Cello and Babette Hierholzer, piano offer a program which includes the Trio in D Minor of Felix Mendelssohn as transcribed by the composer, as well as a selection of Preludes from the Well Tempered Clavier of J.S. Bach
For complete details visit http://dtmusic.org
Location: Grace Church, White Plains
Learn to make the same bead and leather wrap around bracelets you see in all the catalogs for a fraction of the price!
Location: Katonah Art Center, Katonah
Meet curator and author Dr. Bonnie Kemske and enjoy a talk about her new book, The Teabowl.
Location: Clay Art Center, Port Chester
Teaching Artist-in-Residence Ebony Bolt, whose work is on view in The Neo-Victorians, creates visually positive drawings and prints that highlight the importance of diversity. Bolt will teach participants how to create prints on paper using calligraphy pens, watercolor pencils, and other art materials.
Location: Hudson River Museum, Yonkers
Marvin the mouse wants to be popular. Constantly bullied and picked on by the “cool” mice, he is labeled as a loser and a geek. To get away from the continuous badgering, he retreats into his science books and a world of fantasy. He longs to have adventures, to be the hero.
Join Marvin on the space adventure of a lifetime; a trip to the surface of the moon on his homemade rocket, where he meets a strange cast of misfit creatures, learns of infinite peril and awesome beauty. Will Marvin make his dreams come true and bring him the glory and acceptance he craves?
Location: White Plains Performing Arts Center, White Plains
Blue Door Art Center Invites ceramic artists to enter our 2018 exhibition:CLAYWORKS
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: Actual work must be no larger than 24” in any dimension Artists may submit up to four entries.
THERE IS NO ENTRY FEE. Artists whose works are accepted will be asked to pay an installation fee of $25/work.
Location: Blue Door Art Center, Yonkers
For this special double feature screening, we have animator Anthony Scott – who worked on both films – and director Henry Selick joining us for Q&A, moderated by THE LITTLE PRINCE director Mark Osborne.
Location: Alamo Drafthouse, Yonkers