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Z-List for March 2008

Hi Scenesters,
My choices for the rest of March.

Of course you should check http://poetz.com/longisland.

07 Fri 8pm PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse: Tom Ryan (of Copper Rose); Tom Karlson, Poet for Peace; The band: Copper Rose (http://www.copperrosehome.com/ ); Open Mic. First United Methodist Church, 25 Broadway/Rt. 110 (southmost end near Merrick Rd./Montauk Highway) in Amityville. A donation of $7 (half for kids) is suggested to help promote the Coffeehouse series and towards PeaceSmiths’ ongoing work for peace and justice. PeaceSmiths hotline (631) 798-0778 or http://www.peacesmiths.org/

08 Sat 2:00 pm poets David Axelrod & Susan Pilewski + open. Babylon Library

08 Sat 8:00 PM Recital – Claudia Schaer, violin SUNY Stony Brook

09 Sun Baroque Sundays at Three, “Plucked Delight”, 3:00 pm SUNY Stony Brook

09 Sun 8:00 PM Recital – Adam Meyer, viola, final DMA recital SUNY Stony Brook

10 Mon 7pm Poets George Held & Susannah Simpson + read-around at Cool Beanz, St James. 25a just East of Lake

11 Tue Piano Project, 12:00 pm, 4:00 pm, and 8:00 pm SUNY Stony Brook

13 Thu 7pm LI Poetry Collective Workshop, Huntington Library. Bring 12 copies of your poem.

14 Fri 7:30pm Religion & Spirituality poetry read-around. Barnes & Noble Huntington Station.

15 Sat 1:30pm Poetry Workshop:Lake Grove at United Methodist Church, 792 Hawkins Ave (At Five corners) Lake Grove. Bring 8 -10 copies of a poem which needs review.

15 Sat 7:30pm Folk Music Soc of Huntington features Island Songwriters’ Showcase + Open Mic. Congregational Church of Huntington, 30 Washington Drive, Centerport http://fmshny.org/hard.htm

16 Sun 3:00 pm The Way to Nirvana. In connection with Shinjo Ito Exhibit at the Milk Gallery,  New York (450 West 15th Street near 10th Ave) (register: shinjoitoevents@dcinyc.com) http://www.shinjoito.com/exhibition/

18 Tue 7:30pm poet Judy Turek + Open Mike, Solar Cafe, Brentwood

20 Spring!

20 Thu 7pm LI Poetry Collective Workshop, Huntington Library. Bring 12 copies of your poem.

21 Fri 8pm Poetry at Conklin Barn, New York Ave just South of High St, Huntington

23 Sat 7pm poet Pat Falk at Mid-Island Y JCC, Plainview http://www.miyjcc.org/cultural-arts.php

25 Tue 7pm poet Michelle Whittaker + Open reading, Bellmore Library

27 Thu 7pm LI Poetry Collective Workshop, Huntington Library. Bring 12 copies of your poem.

28 Fri 7:30pm poets Michelle Whittaker & Kempton Van Hoff + open reading. Caffé Portofino, 249 Main St., Northport, opposite the theatre. http://persistentfool.blogspot.com/2007/11/poets-in-port-march-28-2008.html

29 Sat 2pm Long Island Composers’ Alliance Concert, Freeport Library

29 Sat 8 pm Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra Staller Center, Main Stage, SUNY Stony Brook. The premiere of a new work by Dawn Chambers (TBA) Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2 with Elaine Hou, concerto competition winner Schumann, Symphony No. 4.

30 Sun 1:30 pm Long Island Poetry Collective hosts an Open Reading at Walt Whitman Birthplace.

30 Sun 4pm Ridotto Piano Series. Old First (Presbyterian) Church, 25A. near Hecksher Park, Huntington

31 Sat 8:00 pm Colin Carr Presents Beethoven’s Complete Works for Piano and Cello

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