BY GEORGE J. DACRE
The Westchester Philharmonic will feature artists Jeremy Denk and Tito Munoz in Wall To Wall Bethoven music as they open their 30th Anniversary season on Saturday, November 10 and Sunday November 11 at the Concert Hall at the Performing Arts College in Purchase. Denk, a pianist and Munoz, the conductor will participate in a one hour pre concert discussion with Philharmonic executive director Joshua Worby. Information at 914-682-3707 extension 15.
“A Masked Ball” by Giuseppie Verdi to be peformed by the Hudson Lyric Opera Company at Trinity United Mehodist Church, Stony Point Saturdays November 3, 10 and 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays November 4, 11 and 18 at 3 p.m. The opera will be peformed in English. Tickets at 845-709-2273.
Kashmir, a Led Zeppelin Tribute band, will do a show at the Newton Theatre, Newton, New Jersey Saturday, November 17. Lead singer is Jean Violet, Andy Urban on guitar and theremin, Paul Cooper on drums and Felix Hanemann on bass and keyboards. Tickets at 973-383-3700.
Friday, October 26 for comic Jackie Martling at the Turning Point Cafe in Piermont. Killer Comedy by Openwide Production. 8:30 p.m. for songs, stories and jokes.
Spring Awakening, a rock musical, next up at Elmwood Playhouse, Nyack opening November 16 and playing through December 15 directed by Claudia Stefany. Music and lyrics by Duncan Sheik, Book and lyrics by Steven Sater. Tickets at 845-353-1313 or elmwoodplayhouse.com.
Ramapo College presenting an OpenDoor Concert series Wednesday, November 7 at 7 P.M. featuring violinist Dimitri Hadjpetkov and pianist Itay Goren. It will be in the York Room of the Birch Mansion at the college. Information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” up next at the North Castle Library Theatre in Armonk by the Armonk Players. Directed by Christine DiBuono and scheduled for November 2,3,4, 8, 9 and 10. Tickets at the Library.
“Don’t Drink the Water,” the Woody Allen comedy, continues at the Manse Barn in Tappan, peformed by the Tappan Players. October 27, 28 and November 4. Tickets at 845-623-4521.
“Other People’s Money” coming up in January at the Antrim Playhouse, Wesley Hills in January and through part of February. Tickets at antrimplayhouse.com. “Dividing The Estate,” directed by Bobbi Schevitz, opens November 2 and runs weekends through November 18.
“The How and The Why” through October 28 at Penguin Repertory on Crickettown Road n Stony Point. A play about women’s issues. Tickets at penguinrep.org or 845-786-2873