Here we are. It is hard as it may be to believe that summer is almost over don't fret, though; that only means it's almost time for The Greenport Maritime Festival 2022. The 33rd annual return of this popular, Long Island North Fork event is scheduled for September 24th and 25th, 2022, in Greenport Village. The East End Maritime Festival is an annual tradition here on Long Island's North Fork. The weekend-long celebration of local maritime heritage is by the East End Seaport Museum. The highlight of the weekend is the Tall Ship Amistad that will be in the port.
Long Island Winterfest 2018 is just weeks away, running from February 22nd through March 18th. The mid-winter music, wine, and art festival brings a host big name musical acts and special events to Long Island’s north and south forks. Local wineries, breweries, restaurants, artists, performers, and more all get in on the act. Don’t miss it!
Long Island Winterfest is an annual, multi-week music festival featuring the best jazz, blues, soul, rock, and country music east of NYC. More than just a music festival, Winterfest is also an opportunity to sample some of Long Island’s wine and food scene. Events will be held at a variety of venues, including North Fork and South Fork vineyards and tasting rooms, craft breweries, and restaurants.
Come to Long Island’s North Fork, December 2nd and 3rd, to sample the best of the area’s fresh, local seafood, craft beer, and wine at Greenport Shellabration 2017!
Greenport Shellabration 2017 is an annual celebration of the bounty of the North Fork. This is Long Island wine country, after all – but that’s not all we’re known for! We also have a healthy craft beer community and our very history is built upon the amazing shellfish of Peconic Bay!
Come to Greenport, Long Island this Halloween for a special, Halloween lighthouse cruise to the Long Beach Bar Light!
From haunted houses to corn mazes to costume parties, Halloween has something for everyone. Here the North Fork is no exception. We have lots of great things to do for this spooky holiday. One of the best is the annual Halloween lighthouse cruise to the Long Beach Bar Light – also known as the Bug Light!
Greenport Harbor Brewery and Little Creek Oyster Farm are proud to present the 4th annual Greenport Oyster Fest, scheduled for October 9, 2016!
It’s beer and bivalves in Greenport for the 2016 Columbus Day weekend – and that’s not all! Held at Greenport Harbor Brewing Company’s Carpenter Street location also means live music.
The East End Maritime Festival in Greenport Village, Long Island is a weekend-long celebration of the area’s rich, nautical history. September 23rd through the 25th, 2016.
Greenport’s annual Maritime Festival attracts over 40,000 people with its three days of history, food, and fun. Wooden sailing ships, lighthouse tours, live music, a parade, and more will keep you busy.
Don’t miss the schooner America in Greenport this summer – June 8th through the 10th, 2016 – as this beautiful tall ship, a replica of the schooner responsible for America’s Cup tradition, visits ports along the East Coast!
The original America was a 19th-century racing yacht made famous by besting all her British competitors during the August 22nd, 1851, One Hundred Sovereign Cup regatta around the Isle of Wight. America, representing the New York Yacht Club, passed the Royal Yacht in first position to win the 53 mile race by 18 minutes.
The East End Seaport Museum’s Maritime Festival in Greenport Village, Long Island is a weekend-long celebration of the East End’s rich, nautical history. Scheduled for September 25th through the 27th, 2015, this is one three day celebration you do not want to miss!
The 26th annual East End Seaport Museum’s Maritime Festival is three days of history, food, and fun, including such attractions and distractions as cocktail parties, kayak races, fresh seafood, live music, wooden boats, games, seminars, costumes, and so much more.
The 2nd annual Great Music Sunday concert brings the Au Courant Quartet, four Juilliard musicians, to Greenport on Sunday, March 22, 2015!
The mission of the Great Music Sunday series, which began in 2014, is to introduce audiences to up-and-coming musical professionals, promote musical expression, and to inspire local, musical youth to greater performance heights – and the inclusion of the Au Courant Quartet for the second year goes a long way towards continuing to fulfill that goal.
The Au Courant Quartet plans to present Dvořák’s String Quartet No. 12 in F Major and Mendelssohn’s String Quartet No. 2 in E minor to the Great Music Sunday concert audience; two of the most popular selections from the chamber music repertoire.
After the performance, members of the Au Courant Quartet will engage the audience in a question and answer session, giving audience members an opportunity to gain deeper insight into the performers as musicians and how music has influenced their lives.
Four accomplished alumni of New York city’s famous Juilliard School, the Au Courant Quartet is made up of Kobi Malkin on violin, Sofia Nowik on cello, Daniel Kim on viola, and Matous Michal also on violin. Kobi Malkin, violinist from Israel, has received the prestigious Ilona Kornhauser prize and is a fellow in Ensemble ACJW, a joint program of Carnegie Hall, the Juilliard School and the Weill Music Institute.
Cellist Sofia Nowik teaches cello through a nonprofit music-mentoring program in New York City called Opportunity Music and is also on the faculty at the Great Neck Music Conservatory. Daniel Kim, violist, has received an impressive number of honors and awards, including the the Neale-Silva Young Artist Competition, Tanglewood Music Center Maurice Schwartz Prize, the UW-Madison concerto competition, the Aspen Festival Orchestral String Fellowship, the UW School of Music Alumni Association scholarship, and the Kato Perlman scholarship. He was on the faculty at the Northern Lights Chamber Music Institute, and has led orchestra sectionals for the Juilliard Pre-College Division.
Czech violinist Matous Michal is considered one of the most promising musicians of his generation. Recipient of numerous awards and prizes as a performer and interpreter of the chamber genre, Matous regularly appearing as a soloist with major orchestras and conductors, including James Levine and Kurt Masur.
Great Music Sunday: Au Courant Quartet
Sunday, March 22, 2015 – 3pm
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