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Kim Papa comes to the rescue for out-of-tune pianos

"I learned through my ear – I don’t use a device," said piano tuner Kim Papa.

From AC/DC to Zappa: Student turns owner of White Plains School...

Jeff Silverman spent more than three years at School of Rock in Bedford before ending his lessons and starting his own band, called Exit 5.

Bridgeport’s Bijou Theatre cranks up the volume with a retro vibe

“The bands that come here rave about this place,” Bijou's Gary Peterson said. “They love the sound of the room, they love the configuration and the uniqueness."

Vinyl Street Café puts a caffeinated spin on LP albums

Vinyl Street Café owner Josh Wright stated that his top-selling LP during the holiday season was Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours."

Bridgeport City Council committee approves Harbor Yard Amphitheater project

The proposed Harbor Yard Amphitheater is scheduled to open 2019 and will be converted into a weather-proof venue hosting between 50 and 75 events annually.

Students bring ‘business brains’ to a musician’s startup

Business students at Mercy College are developing a business strategy and test markets for an inventive violinist and his robotics music company.

Nonprofit We Sing for the World finds a home in White...

We Sing for the World, a nonprofit organization started by Rye Country Day School alumna and professional opera singer Daniele Hager, recently found a home at the White Plains Performing Arts Center and has more shows underway.

Barbara Cook brings her genius to town

A singing legend provides a different holiday outlet.

Crompond couple scales the heights of artistic success

A business built on her voice and his accordion.

A business built on her voice and his accordion

Crompond couple scales the heights of artistic success.

Gwen McCann: The beat goes on

Executive director of Children’s Home of Kingston is mother of Irish Musicians.

Joshua Worby: From Rockland to the philharmonic

Joshua Worby spends 50 or more hours each week as the executive director of the Westchester Philharmonic.

Chip Murray: Picking up where he left off

There’s more to life than business, as financial adviser Paul “Chip” Murray found out

Joshua Worby: Of poetry and baseball

Joshua Worby spends 50 or more hours each week as the executive director of the Westchester Philharmonic.

Milwaukee attracts Chester music company

Print music company merges and moves to Wisconsin