ArtsWestchester Press Releases

ArtsWestchester Announces Lineup of Community & Folk Art Events to Bring New Urban Art Exhibition, “From the Streets,” to Life

Dynamic Public Events Explore Hip Hop Culture at ArtsWestchester Gallery in Downtown White Plains WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (April 17, 2017) – From urban art-focused documentaries and spoken word performances to hip hop dances and lively discussions on the evolution of graffiti, ArtsWestchester has announced a series of community programs in conjunction with its newest exhibition: … Read More »

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Westchester Phil presents Burgers, Beers and B-flat Minor, June 18

“Burgers, Beers and B-flat Minor” event features performance of works of Weber, Tchaikovsky & Dvorak followed by Father’s Day BBQ   WESTCHESTER-BORN CONDUCTOR ANDREW LITTON LEADS PIANIST CONRAD TAO AND THE PHIL JUNE 18   On Sunday, June 18 beginning at 3 pm at the Purchase College Performing Arts Center, the Philharmonic welcomes Westchester-born conductor Andrew Litton, … Read More »


Second Story Dance Project Showing, Misty Copeland Dancewear Trunk Show and More in Busy Month at Steffi Nossen

May is a very busy time at the Steffi Nossen School of Dance now celebrating its 80th anniversary teaching dance in Westchester. The month’s events kick off with a showing of works in progress by Second Story Dance Project, a collective of seasoned dance professionals who, after starting families, have created a unique environment – … Read More »


Design & Build Family Weekend

For Immediate Release Lyndhurst’s 12th Annual Design & Build Family Weekend Saturday and Sunday, April 29 & 30, 2017 (Tarrytown, NY—March 2017) One of Lyndhurst’s most popular family programs returns this spring to once again bring fun, dynamic activities to kids interested in architecture, engineering, and design. The weekend’s events include the interactive creation of … Read More »




Sarah Lawrence College’s 14th Annual Poetry Festival Set for April 21-23

April 12, 2017 – The 14th Sarah Lawrence College Annual Poetry Festival, the largest free, student-run poetry festival in New York State, takes place April 21-23 on the College’s Bronxville-area campus. The festival, open to the public, will include readings by acclaimed poets and Sarah Lawrence undergraduate and graduate poetry students; craft talks; generative sessions; … Read More »


Maureen Renahan-Krinsley’s Light and Flow and On the Road

Maureen Renahan-Krinsley builds on the associations of memory and experience and has been inspired by travel and impressions of different cultures and landscapes. Her intentions are to convey emotional reactions to a particular place. Our two galleries will highlight two themes. Light and Flow focuses on clarity, arousal and connectedness. Landscapes are utilized as both tangible … Read More »


A Joyful Celebration

Tagkanic Chorale Celebrates 50th Year with April 29-30 Concerts It was 1967 when the Taghkanic Chorale (originally named the Mt. Kisco Chorale) was founded. Now based in Yorktown Heights, the group has been performing timeless, serious choral music ever since – led by a succession of extremely gifted and accomplished choral directors. To commemorate its … Read More »


New Rochelle Opera Presents Opera Vignettes

New Rochelle Opera will by present Opera Vignettes on Sunday, May 7, 2017 in the Christopher Murphy Auditorium at Iona College, 715 North Avenue, New Rochelle, NY.  The concert is sponsored by Iona College Council on the Arts. Narrated by company co-founder and artistic director, Camille Coppola, the concert will consist of scenes from popular operas sung by some … Read More »