One of the cornerstones of any successful community are the actions taken to support and empower the members who are in need of more specialized attention and services. Westchester Disabled On the Move (WDOM) is an organization that has done just that. Now, WDOM has commissioned a mural by Jacqueline Rivera, a Guatemalan-American artist and ... Read More »
“ArtsW Voices” is a series of blog posts that are written from a personal perspective by ArtsWestchester staff members. This blog was written by, and represents the views of, ArtsWestchester’s Executive Assistant Megan Thomson Connor. Here at ArtsWestchester, it is not uncommon to find yourself talking with a young person who is torn between pursuing ... Read More »
Steffi Nossen Dance Foundation’s annual choreography showcase spotlights pre-professional dancers alongside professional choreographers in a performance of new works at the Emelin Theater.
On November 10, cellist Inbal Segev will join the Symphony of Westchester as a guest soloist. Led by the Symphony’s founder and artistic director Barry Hoffman, Segev and the Symphony will perform Elgar’s Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85.
Axial Theatre’s 20th anniversary season brings to the stage, “Senescence”, a new production by its founding artistic director Howard Meyer. The title refers to the process of deterioration with age, a theme that runs throughout the play.