When we first interviewed Jean Duquoc in November 2013, he spoke of his red sun, so prominent in a great many of his paintings, as “a symbol of rebirth and a window to eternity. The sun radiates the light of unity, of heaven and earth, but also the light of disruption.”
Mark Morganelli, trumpeter and Executive Director of Jazz Forum Arts, has announced its anticipated move after 23 years in Dobbs Ferry to a 1910 mixed-use building at 1 Dixon Lane, Tarrytown in early 2015. Morganelli and his wife, Ellen Prior (JFA Associate Director) are moving their family to the upstairs residence there and plan to open the Jazz Forum, reckoning back over thirty years to Morganelli’s famed Greenwich Village loft/performance spaces.
Looking for some fun this winter season? Come join the Sleepy Hollow Performing Artists in their modern twist on The Nutcracker: The Hip Nut. Although the show is complete with the well-known and traditional music of The Nutcracker, it takes a fun spin, where Clara wants an iPhone 6, but gets a Nutcracker instead.