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  • The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival’s 35th season has an overarching theme: “Destination America,” with many of the musicians not born here although they now make their home here.
  • "Destination America" is the 35th Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival's theme with 18 concerts scheduled around the South Fork from July 19 to Aug. 19.
  • For more than 80 years, the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church’s organ has added its voice to innumerable services, weddings, funerals, and concerts. But recently it has started to show its age.
  • The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival’s spring series will kick off on Saturday, offering the high caliber of talent and artistry audiences have come to expect from the series.
  • Itzhak Perlman, who has a celebrity status that is rare for a classical musician, is the subject of a new documentary that will be premiered at the opening of the Hamptons International Film Festival.
  • Midway through its summer season, the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival gave an outstanding concert that exemplified what it has come to be known for: a well-chosen selection of sublime classics offering entertainment of the highest order, along with a refreshing sampling of the best of the newest additions to the repertoire.
  • The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival kicks off its month-long, 13-concert series on July 30 with a program of music by Johannes Brahms, Clara Schumann, and Robert Schumann, in a composer portrait called “Love, Genius, Madness,” narrated by Alan Alda.
  • The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival’s spring series is back for a third season. It appears that this springtime addition to the festival’s longstanding summer series has earned itself a permanent place on the East End’s classical music scene, increasing from two concerts originally to three last year, and this year adding a premiere performance to the lineup. And, no surprise, it looks like an exciting and harmonious mix of the new and well known in both repertoire and performers.
  • On a perfect, warm summer late afternoon, in a pastoral outdoor setting overlooking Fort Pond, Music for Montauk’s program “Inspired by Shakespeare” delighted concertgoers. The program on Aug. 17 was the second of five events in a summer series that took place over seven days, and it was the first concert to be held at the newly renovated Fort Pond House in Montauk.
  • Two concerts with imaginative programming and outstanding performances marked the beginning of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival’s 33rd season. One was an overview of a great composer’s life and music, and the other was a sampling of shorter, lighter pieces that are not often heard.