Monday, August 12, 2013

Hampton Arrivals

Guests arrive by boat at The Perlman Music Program's Annual Summer Benefit "Taste of Shelter Island."
Last Thursday night out in East Hampton, Sally Quinn and Ben Bradlee and Quinn and Pari Bradlee hosted a cocktail party for the Smithsonian's upcoming Sackler Gallery "Some Enlightened Evening Gala", which will take place in Washington on October 17th.
Guests out by Grey Gardens Pool
The flowers at Grey Gardens
Gala Chairs Alec Baldwin and Dame Jillian Sackler
Helen Matos
Carl and Kari Tiedemann
Priscilla Rattatzi, Jennifer Eisham, and Jenny Landey
Joan Tobin, Cornelia Bregman, and Ava Roosevelt
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin
Fariba Jahanbani, Roxanne Jahanbani, Alec Baldwin, and Pari Bradlee
Ann Nitze, Ben Bradlee, and Dame Jillian Sackler
Jeff Stewart, Will Robbins, Donna Robbins, and Chris Robbins
Grace Johnson, Noreen Buckfire, Anne Van Rensselaer, and Judy Trunsky
Ann Nitze and Noreen Buckfire
Cathryn Keller and Dame Jillian Sackler
Katie Ziglar and Pari Bradlee
Heike Grebenstein and John Seelye
George Rogers, Pari Bradley, and Quinn Bradley
Debra Diamond and Dame Jillian Sackler
Alexandra Longanecker and Jodie Beckwith
Elizabeth Kircik and Annie Totah
Ann Nitze and Ivan Wilzig
Bill Edwards, Amei Wallach, Ann de Armas, and Raúl de Armas
Ivan Wilzig
Michael and Eleanora Kennedy
Sharon King Hoge
Will, Lucy, and Chris Robbins
Yaz and Valentine Hernandez
Alexis and Chris Robbins
Under the tent at Gardiner Farm, the East Hampton Library held its 9th Annual Author's Night.

Beginning in 2005 with a handful of dinners and a few hundred attendees, Authors Night has grown to be the premier literary event in the Hamptons with over 125 authors and more than 1,000 people in attendance.
The evening's Founding Co-Chairs Alec Baldwin and Barbara Goldsmith were joined by Honorary Co-Chairs, authors Robert A. Caro, Nelson DeMille, and Gwyneth Paltrow.

The evening began under the tent where guests mingled and met the authors, and were able to buy their books and have them inscribed. From there, the evening continues as some of the authors discuss their most recent book at dinner parties held in private homes throughout the Hamptons.
Hilaria and Alec Baldwin
Founding Chair and Author Barbara Goldsmith and Clive Davis
Among this year's featured authors were Katie Beers, Kelly Killoren Bensimon, Clive Davis, Nelson DeMille, Lidia Bastianich, Eric Fischl, Susan Isaacs, Kitty Kelley, Gwyneth Paltrow, Marcus Samuelsson and Dr. Ruth Westheimer, and many, many more.

Proceeds from this benefit the East Hampton Library, a private, non-profit organization, providing library services to the East Hampton Community.
Nelson DeMille with his latest, The Panther
Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow
Eric Fischl, Bad Boy
Robert Caro, Lyndon Johnson, Path to Power
Barbara Hoffman and Katherine Holabird, authors and their books
Author Dava Sobel with Barbara Goldsmith
Barbara Jude Frerichs, What My Dog Has Taught Me About Men
Frank Savage, The Savage Way
Chris Martin chatting with author Mickey Paraskevas
Author, Author...
Clive Davis signing The Soundtrack of My Life
Dr. Ruth
Faye de Muyshondt, Socialsklz
Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly
Jeffrey Lyons, Stories My Father Told Me
Jennifer Nicole Lee and her books
Katie Beers, Buried Memories
Kelly Killoren Bensimon
Kittey Kelley and a fan ...
Kitty Kelley, Capturing Camelot
Lawrence Schiller, Marilyn and Me
Lidia Bastianich
Lynn Sherr, Swim, why we love the Water
Marcus Samuelsson, Yes, Chef, with Nile Rodgers, Le Freak
Mary Beth Keane, Fever
Susan Isaacs, Goldberg Variations
Armfuls of books ...
Katonah, NY — Caramoor celebrated the Opening Night of its 68th Festival Season with a festive gala evening featuring the 50th anniversary of the award-winning and rarely performed musical, She Loves Me. The evening honored the creators of the original 1963 Broadway production of the show, Joe Masteroff (book), Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick (music and lyrics), Hal Prince (director), and Barbara Cook (star).

She Loves Me
is a delightful romantic comedy that derives from the same story that inspired two memorable movies, The Shop Around the Corner and You've Got Mail. The semi-staged production was directed by Tony Award-winner Ted Sperling. He also conduct the Orchestra of St. Luke's. The show starred Alexandra Silber, Santino Fontana, John Cullum, Montego Glover, Ryan Silverman, Brad Oscar, Etai Benshlomo, and Jonathan Freeman.
Dinner Tent; event décor by Ned Kelly and Company
The event began at 6:00pm with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, followed by a 7:00pm seated dinner. The production began at 8:30pm in the Venetian Theater. After the performance, Gala attendees were invited to an After Dark party with dessert, live music, and dancing with the cast.

Gala co-chairs were Judy Evnin and Susie Freund. Gala vice-chairs were Ellen Rosenthal, James Rosenthal, and Liz Rosenthal Freund.
Paul Rosenblum with Joe Masteroff and Sheldon Harnick, the original creator's of She Loves Me
Caramoor, the country estate of Walter and Lucie Rosen, was where they built their home and filled it with treasures.  Enjoying the pleasure their friends took in the beauty of Caramoor with its art collection, gardens, and musical programs, in 1946 the Rosens established a public trust to open Caramoor to the community. Their musical evenings were the inspiration for the Caramoor International Music Festival, now in its 68th year, and the ongoing Music in the Rosen House series.

Since its founding, Caramoor has gained international renown as a cultural institution, presenting music of all types and inspiring artists and audiences alike.
Effie and Bob Fribourg (Katonah) and Susie and John Freund (Pound Ridge)
Daniel Nelson and Honoree, Zita Rosenthal (bothof Manhattan) with Caramoor's Chairman, Jim Attwood (Bedford)
Amy Peckham (Bedford)
The Red Ball theme inspired attendees to add a splash of red to their summer attire
Martha Stewart with Katie and Jeff Haydon (all from Bedford)
David and Sandra Joys with Donald Kendall (all of Greenwich)
Honoree Zita Rosenthal with Stephen Lowey and Congresswoman Nita Lowey
Honoree Zita Rosenthal with Gala Co-Chairs Judy Evnin (Greenwich) and Susan Freund (Pound Ridge)
Caramoor's new CEO Jeff Haydon and Katie Haydon
Samantha Sherman, Lea Brumage, celebrity "Eventiste" Marcy Blum, Gabrielle Jaworskyj, and Amanda Myers-Walls (all of Manhattan)
Sylvia Smolensky and Steven Silberstang (Pound Ridge)
Sandra and Bill Cordiano (Pound Ridge)
Anne and George Litchblau (New Canaan)
Sarah Billinghurst and Howard Solomon
John Cullum and Paul Rosenblum (Mr.Culllum played the role of Mr. Maraczek in She Loves Me)
Managing Director, Paul Rosenblum with Alexandra Silber (played the lead role of Amalia in She Loves Me)
Gala Event Designer Ned Kelly (Piermont) and Caramoor's Director of Special Events, Christine Bosco
After Dark Party with the cast of She Loves Me
The Perlman Music Program (PMP) held its Annual Summer Benefit on its beautiful 28-acre waterfront campus on Shelter Island on Friday, August 2, 2013. The annual event brings together supporters and friends of the Program, and celebrates Toby and Itzhak Perlman's mission to develop the future leaders of classical music.

The celebration began with signature cocktails, a raw bar, and local wines and cheeses, followed by a live performance by the PMP String Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Maestros Itzhak Perlman and Patrick Romano. A dinner featuring culinary highlights from Shelter Island's finest restaurants was served after the concert.
Guests in the concert tent
Thomas Skilken and Susan Lloyd
A true "Taste of Shelter Island", the event featured outstanding food and drinks from: The Chequit Inn, Keren Bakes, La Maison Blanche, Little Peconic Purveyors, PMP Chef James Moran, Ram's Head Inn, SALT, Sunset Beach, Sweet Tomato's, and Vine Street Café.

"My wife Sidney and I are proud to have this event on this special island that PMP calls home" said Board President Morgan Stark. "Shelter Island is our musical oasis and we are honored to be a part of this wonderful and supportive community".
Maestro Itzhak Perlman leads the PMP String Orchestra
The Perltones
Chorus led by Maestro Patrick Romano
Guests and supporters included: Elaine and Hirschel Abelson, Lidia and Paolo Alberghini, Eleanor and Garett Albert, Arlene and Alan Alda, Catherine Azmoodeh and Ambassador Robert Hormats, Gabrielle and Louis Bacon, The Alec Baldwin Foundation, Barbara Barnes, Doreen and Gilbert Bassin, Christine and Randall Blank, Linda and James Brandi, Maureen and John Brisotti, Dr. Ann F. Brunswick, William and Stuart Buice, Natasha Burdge, Barbara Burger and Michael Rosenberg, Robert L. Cahill, Jr., Helen and Murray Charash, Barbara L. Clark, Gala and Stanley Cohen, Adrianne and Jerry L. Cohen, Lois and Joel Coleman, Annette and Ian Cumming, Christina and David deForest Keys, Rosalind Devon, Jim Dougherty and Lucy Kelly, Elijah Duckworth-Schachter, Jay S. Dweck, Steven P. Ferguson, Michael Finn, Marjorie M. Fisher, Dorian and Gary Fuhrman, Roy Furman, Frederick L. Gannon, MD, Geraldine and Leonard Genovese, Barbara Gladstone, Alice and Stuart Goldman, Barbara Goldsmith / Barbara Goldsmith Foundation, Marc Goldstein, David Gray, Maggie and Gordon Gray, Mei Sze and Jeff Greene, Linda and Paul B. Gridley, Natalie and Kyle Hahn, Douglas Hahn and Melissa Ko, Robert Haines and Ellen Siegel, William Healy, Hermione Foundation, Susan and C. Clarkson Hine, Dr. Richard M. Hodosh and Helga Fisch, Barbara Hoffman, Esther Hird Hunt, Sandra and Richard Jacoby, Lawrence Janss, Billy Joel, David Kamp and Michael Rubin, Anthony Kane and Pat Gold, Vicki and Christopher Kellogg, Eleanora and Michael Kennedy, Cristina and Aaron Kilberg, Dicken Ko, Susan and David Kraus, Jane Krieger and Neil Bersin, Edie Landeck and Michael Coles, Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder, Peter Levenson and Pamela Sweeney, Dorothy Lichteinstein, Mrs. Francis Lloyd, The Arthur Loeb Foundation, Chiara and James Mai, Sally and Barry Mandel, Christine Miller Martin, John Murray , Ernst A. Nijkerk, Ruth and Victor Nussenzweig, Eilene and Ronald J. Oehl, Sherry and Douglas Oliver, Hannah Pakula, Pamela and Edward Pantzer, Celia Paul and Stephen Rosen, Elizabeth and Bill Pedersen, Toby and Itzhak Perlman, Miriam and Mort Perlroth, Robin and Nicholas H. Racanelli , Julie Ratner and Sam Eskenazi, Ava Roosevelt and Christopher M. Twardy, Margery Rosenberg, Robert J. Ruben and, Yvonne Korshak Ruben, Ellen and Larry Saidenberg, Lawrence and Carol Saper, Karen and Samuel Seymour, Stuart A. Shikiar and Susan Caplan, Jenny and Ami Sibony, Irene and Sidney Silverman, JoAnn and Sam Silverstein, Riva Ariella Ritvo-Slifka, Richard A. Smith, Carole and Philip Sorgen, Mary Spitzer, Sidney and Morgan Stark, Doreen and Vincent Stempien, Lief Anne Stiles, Svetlana and Herbert Wachtell, Angelika and Andrews Walker, Karen and Michael Weamer, Marney Weaver, Lynn and Charles Weiner, and Grace Yu.
Itzhak and Toby Perlman, Alan and Arlene Alda, and Billy Joel
Ran and Christine Blank
Christina and Aaron Kilberg
Katherine DeConti and Elijah Duckworth Schachter
Sara Stabile and Merideth Ostrom
Harry Benson, Franklin and Emmy Haney, Gigi Benson, Susan Lloyd, and Thomas Skilken
Mike Rubin, David Kamp, Jery Mallow, and Jim Doughetry
Ronald and Jo Carole Lauder
Doreen and Gilbert Bassin
Catherine Azmoodeh and Ambassador Robert Hormats
Christopher and Vicki Kellogg
Frank Zaba and Charles Schuster
Stanley, Gala, Adrianne, and Jerry Cohen
Roe Ethridge, Nancy Hagan Ethridge, and Mike Falkenstein
Robin and Nick Racanelli
Billy Joel and Alexis Roderick
Steven Hoskins, Sidney Stark, and Max Hoskins
Joel and Lois Coleman, and Helen and Murray Charash
David Gray and Christine Miller Martin
Wendy Brill, Ira Leeds, and Ellen Saidenberg
Guests walk to dinner
Dinner in the tent
Jeff and Mei Sze Greene
Founder Toby Perlman speaks
Barbara Goldsmith, and Robert and Ina Caro
Melissa Ko, Natalie, Kyle, and Douglas Han

Photographs by Lisa Tamburini (Author's Night); & David Dupuy (Perlman); Gregory Partanio (Grey Gardens).