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The Music House’s 15th Annual Fourth Window Concert This Sunday at 4 pm

Don’t miss the The Music House‘s 15th Annual 4th Window Concert this Sunday, May 19th, 4 PM at the corner of Henry and State Streets in Brooklyn Heights. Sit with your neighbors outside the 4th window from the corner to enjoy original piano arrangements or Rock, Pop and Broadway classics performed by neighborhood kids. A […]

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Repast Baroque Ensemble Returns Next Wednesday With “Shipwrecks and Sea Shanties”

The Repast Baroque Ensemble will return to Brooklyn Heights next Wednesday, May 22, for a concert, “Shipwrecks and Sea Chanties,” that ties in nicely with the Heights’ maritime heritage. Repast’s core group, consisting (left to right in the photo) of Stephanie Corwin on bassoon, Gabe Shuford on harpsichord, Sarah Stone on cello, and Natalie Kress […]

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Singer-Songwriters Joy Clark and Kirsten Maxwell in Concert Saturday at First Unitarian

This Saturday evening, May 11, starting at 7:30, Voices in the Heights will present a concert featuring two singer-songwriters: Joy Clark, “a New Orleans singer-songwriter, lyrical guitarist and composer who creates soulful original compositions that celebrate peace and the undeniable power of love”; and Kirsten Maxwell, “a New York native whose powerful vocals and well-crafted […]

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Shake It All Off with the Full Monty

These have felt like dark days recently—–so why not shake it all off 1980’s style—and go for the Full Monty. The pop-rock musical about six unemployed Buffalo steelworkers who stage a strip show after seeing their wives’ enthusiasm for Chippendales opens on Friday at the Heights Players.  The show, an Americanized version of the hit […]

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Theater 2020 Presents Sondheim’s “A Little Night Music”

Theater 2020, the award winning professional stage company under the joint artistic direction of Brooklyn Heights residents Judith Jarosz and David Fuller, will present Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music (see cast photo, courtesy Theater 2020) for a short run from Thursday, April 18 through May 12 (16 performances only) at the Mark O’Donnell Theater, […]

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Repast Baroque Ensemble Dazzles with Telemann Concert

Despite steady rain last Saturday afternoon, an almost full house was present at the McKinney Chapel of the First Unitarian Congregational Society for the Repast Baroque Ensemble’s concert “Telemann, The Faithful Music Master”. The musicians who participated are, left to right in the photo: Gabe Shuford on harpsichord, guest artist Jeffrey Girton on violin, Sarah […]

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Repast Baroque Ensemble Presents “Telemann: the Faithful Music Master” Saturday Afternoon

This Saturday, March 2, starting at 3:00 PM at the McKinney Chapel of the First Unitarian Congregational Society, 121 Pierrepont Street, the Repast Baroque Ensemble will present “Telemann: the faithful Music Master,” a concert of works by the early 18th century German composer Georg Philipp Telemann: Master of all forms and national styles, Georg Philipp […]

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Brooklyn Art Song Society Presents “February House” at First Unitarian Friday Evening

This Friday evening, March 1, the Brooklyn Art Song Society will present “February House”, a collection of songs by artists who lived at or were associated with the house at 7 Middagh Street, later demolished to make way for the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, which got its name from the fact that several of its inhabitants had […]

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Repast Baroque Ensemble Returns to Brooklyn Heights with “Bird Fancier’s Delight”

The Repast Baroque Ensemble returns to Brooklyn Heights this coming Saturday afternoon, January 20 with “Bird Fancier’s Delight.” Baroque composers were just as inspired by birds as birders are today, listening to the songs of nightingales, cuckoos, chickens, quail, and even the “dodo of love,” and incorporating them into their music. This program features works […]

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Heather Wolf Leads Bird Walk Sunday; “Warbler Wednesday” Happy Hour at Estuary with Repast Baroque Ensemble

Heather Wolf, author of Find More Birds and Birding at the Bridge, will lead a bird tour in Brooklyn Bridge Park this Sunday morning, January 14. There are many species wintering in the Park. Ms. Wolf has recently seen these: Cooper’s Hawk, Gadwall, American Woodcock, American Kestrel, White-throated Sparrow, and Great Blue Heron. The tour […]

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