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The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival, Long Island’s longest-running classical music festival, has something of a water theme. The music of the 12 concerts evokes the festival’s seaside setting with such selections as the Vivaldi concerto subtitled “La tempesta di mare” (“Storm at Sea”); Ravel’s Jeux d’eau (Water Games); Debussy’s Poisson d’or (Gold Fish); Kevin Puts’s Seven Seascape, and Elizabeth Brown’s Island Nocturnes.

The festival’s roster of artists comprises a multi-generational group of chamber musicians, led by flutist and festival founder Marya Martin. The group includes violinist Ani Kavafian, who played in the festival’s first year, New York Philharmonic Concertmaster Frank Huang and Principal Viola Cynthia Phelps, longtime festival artists Stewart Rose and Kenneth Weiss, on the horn and harpsichord, respectively, and newcomers such as Metropolitan Opera concertmaster Nikki Chooi and bassist Xavier Foley.