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Thursday
Jul182019

Events - Christmas In July Fundraiser Supporting Local Food Pantry

Wednesday
Jul172019

Events - Summer Concert Series At Smithtown Library

Wednesday
Jul172019

Events - Eagle Scout Car Wash July 20th

Tuesday
Jul162019

Events - Marine Industry Opportunities

 

 

Marine Industry Opportunities

Presented at the…

Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center

725 Veterans Memorial Highway, Hauppauge, NY  11788

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

STARTS PROMPTLY AT 9:30am

A Representative From Marine Industry Revitalization Advisory Council

Will Present An Informational Session To Discuss:  

  •  In Demand Jobs Within The Marine Industry Such As Boat Sales & Services, Finance, & Hands-On Technicians such as Yard and Dock Workers
  •  College Courses & Certificate Programs Tailored Towards Marine Industry Occupations 
  • Apprenticeship Opportunities
  • Competitive Salaries  

See any of our counselors, or call (631) 853-6600 today to reserve your spot!

Space is Limited…Must be pre-registered

Wednesday
Jul102019

Events - Musical Moments In Kings Park

 

 


All events are free.

 

Musical Moments concerts feature local Long Island musicians all summer long. Concert goers enjoy hearing live music and mingling with friends and neighbors in Russ Savatt Park, right next to Ralphʼs Italian Ices on Main Street. Concerts on rainy days will be postponed. Rained out concerts will be rescheduled for a later date in the summer.

Messages may be e-mailed to: kingspark4arts@gmail.com or sent to: PO Box 798, Kings Park, NY 11754. 

Please visit our Facebook Page at: 
www.facebook.com/MusicalMomentsKingsPark.
  

 

Monday
Jul082019

Events - Summer Concert Series Nesconset

Tuesday night concerts at The Gazebo in Nesconset. Bring your lawn chair, blanket and family/friends for a great time with some fantastic bands! July 9th - 70s Band Presented by the Nesconset Chamber of Commerce.

Saturday
Jun292019

Events - Goat Yoga Smithtown Historical Society

Goat yoga continues here at the Smithtown Historical Society! We’ve got 5 new dates for a total of 10 sessions in July and August: July 19th & 26th, and August 13th, 19th, & 20th from 5:30-6:30 and 5:45-6:45.

Tickets are available for the month at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/goat-yoga-tickets-63062973050
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Future dates will be released the month before through September.
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Tickets are $25 each and non-transferable. You may only buy two tickets per transaction. Participants must be 18 years or older.
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Tickets can only be purchased through Eventbrite. Please do not respond to this email in an attempt to buy tickets.
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Please do not hesitate to email any questions, comments, or concerns. We rely on feedback to make our events enjoyable for all.

 

Monday
Jun242019

Events - Alex Torres Latin Orchestra Romance In Vanderbilt Courtyard

Alex Torres Latin Orchestra: Music, Dancing,
Romance in Vanderbilt Courtyard


Friday, August 2, from 6 to 10 p.m.
CENTERPORT, N.Y. (June 24, 2019) – Experience an evening of music, dancing, and romance when Alex Torres and His Latin Orchestra return for the 13th summer to the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum on Friday, August 2, from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.  ‒ rain or shine.

They will perform Spicy Sounds for a Hot Night on the outdoor stage in the Vanderbilt Mansion’s Spanish Revival courtyard overlooking Northport Bay.
Tickets: $45, purchase here, or $50 at door.

 
(Right: Alex Torres and His Latin Orchestra in the Vanderbilt Courtyard.)
(Table reservations and location preference will be available only for groups of 6 or more. One payment per reservation, online only. If you would like to reserve the location of your table, please call Sarah at 631-854-5521 only after the reservation is complete. Groups of fewer than 6 cannot reserve tables. Groups of any size with individual tickets cannot reserve tables, even after tickets are purchased. Seating for individuals is on a first-come, first-served basis.)

This is a benefit for the museum, and tickets are non-refundable.

The Mansion Courtyard is a romantic location and the perfect setting for an enchanted evening of music and dancing. The Estate grounds open at 5:00. The performance, for listening and dancing, begins at 7:00.

Guests are encouraged to bring a picnic dinner and to take professional, club-style Latin dance lessons ($5 per person, offered from 6:00 to 6:45) before the main event begins. Wine, beer and soft drinks will be available for purchase.
These renowned musicians and recording artists have performed to many sold-out Vanderbilt audiences and received rave reviews.

Torres and his orchestra have performed their original blend of Afro-Caribbean rhythms – including salsa, merengue, cha-cha, bomba, plena and Latin jazz – throughout North and South America. The have released 10 critically acclaimed CDs. Visit www.alextorres.com

The orchestra has shared the stage and billings with such major acts as Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri, Andy Montañez, Los Hermanos Moreno, Arturo Sandoval, Ray Barretto, Jane Burnette & The Spirits of Havana, King Changó, Arrested Development, Branford Marsalis, and the Count Basie and Woody Herman orchestras.

 

Monday
Jun242019

Events - Summer Concerts At Long Beach

Sunday
Jun232019

Events - LIU Post Chamber Music Concert Series

LIU Post Chamber Music Festival Announces Concert Series for its 38th Summer Season Starting July 12

The LIU Post Chamber Music Festival celebrates its 38th Summer Season this July with a series of concerts beginning on the evening of Friday, July 12thThe Pierrot Consort will present chamber music concerts on Friday, July 12 and Friday, July 19Festival Alumni will present a concert on Tuesday, July 16. Festival Participants will present chamber music concerts on Wednesday, July 24, and Thursday, July 25.  A final concert with the Festival Chamber Orchestra with all Festival Participants will be at Tilles Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, July 26.

The Pierrot Consort, the faculty ensemble-in-residence at LIU Post, includes: Susan Deaver, flute; Dale Stuckenbruck, violin; Veronica Salas, viola; Maureen Hynes, cello and Heawon Kim, piano. In addition to its regular concert series at Long Island University, The Pierrot Consort has performed at Merkin Concert Hall, Weill Recital Hall, the Kennedy Center, the Bartok Society at Saranac Lake, the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Conn., BOCES, the Stockbridge Chamber Concerts in Great Barrington, Mass., the St. Paul Chapel Series at Columbia University and the Islip Arts Council.  The Pierrot Consort was sponsored by Tilles Center to perform the original ballet version of Aaron Copland’s “Appalachian Spring” and has collaborated with Tilles Center’s Arts Education Program, performing for the Summer Seminar for teachers. The artist members of the ensemble are actively involved in the musical life of New York City and have a commitment to the cultural enrichment of Long Island.

The LIU Post Chamber Music Festival, now in its 38th Summer Season, is an intensive, three-week program that focuses on the study and the performance of the standard chamber music repertoire. It includes a concert series with performances at Tilles Center for the Performing Arts and Kasnoff Theater @ Tilles Center by The Pierrot Consort with special guests and festival participants. The Festival is in conjunction with the College of Arts, Communications and Design, School of Performing Arts and the Department of Music at LIU Post.

The final concerts of the Festival, the Seminar Chamber Orchestra and the Festival Chamber Orchestra will feature festival participants. Further information may be found through the LIU Post Chamber Music Festival at (516) 299-2103 or the Festival’s website at www.liu.edu/post/chambermusic. 

The full concert schedule is as follows: 

Friday, July 12 – Chamber Music from England

Featuring The Pierrot Consort, the faculty ensemble-in-residence at LIU Post, which includes Susan Deaver, flute; Dale Stuckenbruck, violin; Veronica Salas, viola; Maureen Hynes, cello; and Heawon Kim, piano; joined by Festival faculty member Nam-Sook Choei Lee, violin. 

This opening concert of the 38th Summer Season of the LIU Post Chamber Music Festival takes place at 8 p.m. at Krasnoff Theater @ Tilles Center, LIU Post, 720 Northern Boulevard (Route 25A), Brookville, N.Y. 

The performance will include:  Purcell: Chacony in G minor for String Quartet (arranged by Britten); Britten: Introduction and Allegro for violin, cello and pianoBlake:  Flute Quintet (flute and string quartet); and Bridge: Piano Quintet

General admission: $20; seniors and students, $10. For further information or advance ticket sales, call the Festival Office at 516-299-2103. 

Tuesday, July 16 – Festival Alumni Evening

Selected Festival Alumni will present an evening of chamber music, starting at 8 p.m., Great Hall of the Winnick House, LIU Post, 720 Northern Blvd. (Route 25A), Brookville.

General admission: $12; seniors and students, $8. For further information or advance ticket sales call the Festival Office at 516-299-2103. 

Friday, July 19 – Chamber Music by Czech Composers

Featuring The Pierrot Consort, the faculty ensemble-in-residence at LIU Post, which includes Susan Deaver, flute; Dale Stuckenbruck, violin; Veronica Salas, viola; Maureen Hynes, cello; and Heawon Kim, piano. 

This exciting evening of chamber music takes place at 8 p.m., Krasnoff Theater at Tilles Center, LIU Post, 720 Northern Blvd. (Route 25A), Brookville, N.Y.

The performance will include:  Dvořák: Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor, Op. 90 “Dumky”; Martinů:  Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano; Suk:  Piano Quartet in A minor, Op. 1 

General admission: $20; seniors and students, $10.  For further information or advance ticket sales, call the Festival Office at 516-299-2103.

Participants’ Chamber Music Evenings

Selected ensembles from the Festival will perform two evenings of chamber music.

Wednesday, July 24th at 8 p.m., Atrium and Tilles Center Stage

Thursday, July 25th at 8 p.m., Atrium and Tilles Center Stage

Ticket prices for Festival Alumni Evening and Festival Participants Concerts: $12; seniors and students, $8. For more information or advance ticket sales, contact the Festival Office at 516-299-2103. 

Thursday, July 25 – Seminar Concert

Young Festival participants from the Festival’s Seminar Program will perform selected chamber music starting at Noon, Atrium of Tilles Center, LIU Post, 720 Northern Blvd. (Route 25A), Brookville. Program to be announced. 

Suggested contribution: $5. For further information or advance ticket sales call the Festival Office at 516-299-2103.

Friday, July 26 – Festival Chamber Orchestra Concert

ORCHESTRAL MUSIC FOR A SUMMER EVENING 

Performance by the Festival Chamber Orchestra, with Susan Deaver, conductor

Works to be performed include: Rameau: Ballet Suite (Mottl); Concerto featuring the winner of the 2019 Festival Concerto Competition; Delius: The Walk to the Paradise Garden; Bizet: Symphony No. 1 in C Major, and a final piece featuring all Festival Participants.

The Festival Series’s closing concert begins at 8 p.m., Tilles Center Concert Hall, LIU Post, 720 Northern Blvd. (Route 25A), Brookville. 

General admission: $15; seniors and students, $10. For further information or advance ticket sales for the Festival Chamber Orchestra Concert, call Tilles Center Box Office at 516-299-3100.  www.tillescenter.org

For further information about the LIU Post Chamber Music Festival, The Pierrot Consort and Guest Artists, please visit the Festival’s website at www.liu.edu/post/chambermusic.

These concerts are sponsored in conjunction with Tilles Center; the LIU Post Chamber Music Festival; the College of Arts, Communications and Design; School of Performing Arts; and the Department of Music at LIU Post. Program and performing artists subject to change.