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05/30/18 12:00pm
COURTESY PHOTO Itzhak Perlman leads student musicians in PMP’s Chamber Music Workshop.

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Itzhak Perlman leads student musicians in PMP’s Chamber Music Workshop.

If it’s summer (or close to it) it must be time for the return of the Perlman Music Program’s (PMP) young musicians to Shelter Island. The PMP season begins Friday, June 1 at 7:30 p.m. when the Chamber Music Workshop kicks off its 15th year with a “Musical Soiree from the Age of Enlightenment,” featuring 46 young participants ages 18 to 30 performing chamber music for strings and piano by Haydn and Mozart. (more…)

03/02/17 2:00pm
COURTESY PHOTO | Francesca Anderegg performs

COURTESY PHOTO | Francesca Anderegg performs an Alumni Recital at the Clark Arts Center on March 11.

MUSIC AT PERLMAN 

The Perlman Music Program offers an Alumni Recital featuring violinist Francesca Anderegg on Saturday, March 11 at 5 p.m. at the Clark Arts Center. Ms. Anderegg will present a solo repertoire with pianist John Root.

After the concert there will be a reception with the artists. Tickets are $25 (free for students). For tickets or information, call (212) 877-5045 or email [email protected] (more…)

11/19/15 4:30pm
COURTESY PHOTO | Violinist Ariel Horowitz will be featured at the Perlman Music Program’s Alumni Concert this Saturday.

COURTESY PHOTO | Violinist Ariel Horowitz will be featured at the Perlman Music Program’s Alumni Concert this Saturday.

The Perlman Music Program’s musicians are back this weekend at the Clark Arts Center on the Shore Road campus.

On Saturday, November 21 at 5 p.m., rising star violinist Ariel Horowitz will perform a recital of Brahms, Chausson, Dvorak, Mozart and Wieniawski with pianist John Root. (more…)

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08/07/15 12:00pm
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO | A view of Coecles Harbor from the St. Gabriel's Retreat Center. property.

AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO | A view of Coecles Harbor from the St. Gabriel’s Retreat Center. A reader wrote bemoaning the fact that a part of the property will be developed.

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To the Editor:
I was saddened to see the property that was a spiritual sanctuary for youth and families for decades is now planned as an exclusive, private, residential enclave (see story, “Development plans for St. Gabe’s,” July 23). (more…)