If you love music, join us for any or all of our upcoming concerts scheduled in February and March 2014. All concerts are free and open to the public though for seating purposes, we do ask that you register online or give us a call. Love music? Find it here!
The Karkowska Sisters Duo
Saturday, February 22 @ 2PM
We could not be more excited or proud to welcome the Karkowska Sisters Duo to East Hampton, Connecticut. This internationally acclaimed, multi-award-winning duo has performed in the United States and abroad with many featured performances in Poland. From Carnegie Hall to Lincoln Center, these two classical music performers have delighted and entertained all with their extraordinary blend of talent, music, and wonderful stories. We're still thinking "Oh, my!" and are sure you will, too. Click to register.
|Photo: Dawn Indermuehle|
Thursday, February 27 @ 1PM
Join us for the music of multi-talented Rick Spencer and his performance of historical and popular songs from the 18th to the mid-20th century. The songs tell the stories of Captain Kidd, Jesse James, Stagger Lee, and Pretty Boy Floyd, among others. While performing, Spencer also discusses the possible reasons why we as a culture are so fascinated by mayhem, violence, and misdeeds. Rick is known internationally for his work as a historian, researcher, singer, songwriter and performer of music in the American folk tradition. Click to register.
Music from the Heart with Danny Quinn
Wednesday, March 12 @ 7PM
Look no further for an early way to celebrate St. Paddy's Day! Put a spring in your step and join us for an evening of Irish and American folk music delivered by regional (and library) favorite Danny Quinn. Danny has been a performer of Irish and American folk music for over three decades and has shared the stage with or opened for renowned artists such as the Clancy Brothers, Tom Chapin, Peter Yarrow, the Makem Brothers, The Chieftains and many others. Click to register.
A Cup O' Joe with State Troubadour Kristen Graves
Saturday, March 29 @ 11AM
Enjoy morning coffee, with or without caffeine, plus a performance and chat time with Kristen Graves, recently named Connecticut's 15th State Troubadour. Expect honesty, catchy songs, funny stories, and lyrics sure to engage and inspire. Kristen is a singer/songwriter and activist from Fairfield, CT who performs about 175 shows a year throughout the country. We're feeling very lucky to be one of 2014's 175. Coffee's on us. Click to register.