Top 5 Arts Picks: Events in Westchester March 5-11

Top 5 Arts Picks: Events in Westchester March 5-11

Looking for arts events in Westchester this week? Here’s our curated guide to in-person and virtual arts happenings. The list below includes: exhibitions near you, kids activities, livestreamed concerts, recorded performances, art galleries, arts festivals, artist workshops and more! Want more arts news? Read this month’s issue of ArtsNews here.

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NOW THROUGH APRIL 4: Steffi Nossen’s Dance Film Series 

Steffi Nossen School of Dance presents a curated series of dance films that feature innovative works from acclaimed choreographers during weekly episodes. The program’s latest episode highlights Alison Cook-Beatty’s Central Park Field #4, shot in Central Park during the pandemic. Each film will only be available for two weeks on Steffi Nossen’s YouTube channel.

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NOW THROUGH APRIL 2: Riverfront Library Projections

Through April 2, Yonkers Public Library has turned the windows of Riverfront Library’s fourth floor Yonkers Room into a projection booth. The Library’s south-facing windows are displaying artist Dave Steck’s video projection piece Carnival Split for several hours every night. Steck films close-ups of different objects and then edits the images to create new shapes and patterns.

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FRI, MARCH 5 AND SAT, MARCH 6: Oh Manhattan: An Original Musical 

This Friday and Saturday, Arc Stages will present recorded performances of the original musical Oh Manhattan. The musical tells the story of two New Yorkers who find love at a dog park and learn several semi-valuable lessons along the way. Livestreams will begin at 8pm. Read more about this musical and other upcoming theater works in this article from the March issue of ArtsNews.

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FRI, MARCH 5 THROUGH SUN, MARCH 14: Baroque and Beyond Music Festival

Beginning on Friday, Hoff-Barthelson Music School will present its Baroque and Beyond Festival, which will celebrate music composed between 1600 and 1750. The Festival will feature online student performances of music by Germanic composers, such as Bach, Telemann and Handel. All performances will be live-streamed via Zoom. Read more about this festival in this article from the March issue of ArtsNews. Times vary.

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WED, MARCH 10: Livestream Concert: The Manhattan Saxophone Quartet

Downtown Music at Grace presents a livestream concert by The Manhattan Saxophone Quartet next Wednesday. This virtuoso ensemble will offer a survey of 150 years of established and experimental music with a unique combination of instruments. Begins at 12:15pm via the DMG’s YouTube page.

For a full list of arts groups presenting virtual and in-person events, click here.

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A Hero in Her Own Time

Vinnie Bagwell is finally coming into her own, and all her admirers (I am one of them) couldn’t be happier. I might even be bold enough to say that this may be her year. On April 7, ArtsWestchester will bestow upon her its Artist Award, given annually to an extraordinary artist who has created a significant body of work. But that’s not all.

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