The Perlman Music Program Returns to the Jewish Center - 27 East

Arts & Living

Arts & Living / 2162218

The Perlman Music Program Returns to the Jewish Center

authorStaff Writer on May 31, 2023

Jewish Center of the Hamptons, in partnership with the Perlman Music Program (PMP), will present PMP’s “Tutti Suonare” on Saturday, June 10, at 7 p.m. featuring artist-faculty Itzhak Perlman, Molly Carr, Merry Peckham, Patrick Romano, Don Weilerstein, Vivian Hornik-Weilerstein, Areta Zhulla and Chamber Music Workshop’s young artist participants as they perform and sing together.

“We are overjoyed to be partnering once again with PMP to bring magnificent music back into our sacred space,” says Cantor Debra Stein, Rabbi at the Jewish Center.

The Perlman Music Program, which is based on Shelter Island each summer, has offered unparalleled musical education to young musicians of exceptional talent since its founding in 1994 and seeks to develop future leaders of classical music, all within a nurturing and supportive musical community.

“I believe that young people do best in an atmosphere in which they are being heard and not judged,” said Toby Perlman, PMP’s president and Itzhak Perlman’s wife.

PMP’s Chamber Music Workshop, led by cellist Merry Peckham, continues to grow into one of the country’s most prestigious summer chamber music programs. Young artists devote three intensive weeks to studying masterworks of the chamber repertoire. Since 2003, the program has become a cherished place to hear today’s most gifted young chamber musicians on the East End.

Jewish Center of the Hamptons is at 44 Woods Lane, East Hampton. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at

You May Also Like:

East End Underground Live Presents a 1980s Dance Party with the Cherry Bombs

LTV Studios and the East End Underground Live Concert Series will host ’80s Dance Party ... 16 Jun 2024 by Staff Writer

LTV’s Hamptons Summer Songbook by the Sea Presents Steve Ross and Karen Murphy: Best of the Versed

LTV Studio’s Hamptons Summer Songbook Series will host “Best of the Versed: Celebrating the Opening ... by Staff Writer

Jimmy Webb Performs at The Suffolk

Multiple Grammy-winning songwriter Jimmy Webb will perform at The Suffolk on Saturday, June 29, at 8 p.m. Webb has topped the charts from pop to country to disco numerous times with interpretations by some of the industry’s greatest, from Glen Campbell and Art Garfunkel to Linda Ronstadt and covers by everyone from Guns n’ Roses and Josh Groban to Little Big Town. Since Webb’s Grammy sweep in 1968 when his own “Up, Up and Away” and “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” vied for Song of the Year (and “Up” won) to the use of his “Do What You ... 15 Jun 2024 by Staff Writer

Patrick Christiano Reprises the Role of Truman Capote at Southampton Arts Center

When Patrick Christiano was just 12 years old, he sat down in his godmother’s backyard ... 14 Jun 2024 by Hope Hamilton

Pianofest Returns for its 36th Season

This summer, 22 brilliant young artists from across the globe — all emerging stars in ... by Staff Writer

‘Party?’ On Stage at LTV

Direct from a sold out Off Broadway run, Anne Marilyn Lucas’s comedy “Party?” is coming to LTV Studios for two performances, on Monday, July 8, and Tuesday, July 9, with curtain at 7:30 p.m. both nights. Described as “A Doll’s House meets Neil Simon,” the performances are a benefit for the Ellen Hermanson Foundation to support breast cancer research. Ezra Barnes will direct the show which stars Alan Ceppos, Molly Chiffer, Audrey Heffernan Meyer, Jordan Lage, Brian Mason and Pamela Shaw. Tickets are $30 ($100 including reception) at LTV Studios is at 75 Industrial Road in Wainscott. 12 Jun 2024 by Staff Writer

Leonard McCombe’s “America” Comes to Southampton Cultural Center

On Saturday, June 22, from 5 to 7 p.m. the Southampton Cultural Center is hosting a reception for the new exhibition “America,” featuring the work of Leonard McCombe. The exhibition is open until July 14, and can be viewed at the SCC Levitas Center for the Arts during gallery hours from noon to 4 p.m. Leonard McCombe grew up in rural isolation on the Isle of Man in the Irish Sea. At 14, he contracted Scarlet Fever and had to drop out of high school. While he recovered, he took up painting and photography. At 16, he sold pictures of ... 10 Jun 2024 by Staff Writer

Simone Dinnerstein Brings Bach’s Music to Quogue

It takes a while for many people to find their calling in life. For Simone ... by Dan Stark

Kramoris Gallery Celebrates Local Artists

Romany Kramoris Gallery presents a group art show featuring the works of Hina Cao, Quincy ... by Staff Writer

‘Music for the Soul’ with Sitar Maestro Ustad Shafaat Kahn and East Meets West at LTV

LTV’s World Voices Series will present “Music for the Soul” with Sitar Maestro Ustad Shafaat ... by Staff Writer