Seated at the black piano in a gathering space in The Shores, 24-year-old Brian Connolly fixes his sheet music and begins playing his first song.
In a half-circle around him are a dozen smiling Peconic Landing residents. When he concludes a number, they all clap softly. He stands, shuffling through his music to pick a new tune. He then sits and lets his fingers dance over the keys, repeating the sequence multiple times during his hour-long visit. READ