This summer’s Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival in Long Island will take place from July 24 to August 21 and feature music by 12 living composers as well as works by Beethoven, Brahms, Dvořák, Mozart, and Schumann. The festival’s 11 concerts will feature works by contemporary composers Caroline Shaw, William Bolcom, and Lowell Liebermann inspired by Haydn and Bach; a Ghanaian dance-inspired work by Derek Bermel; and Tzigane-inspired (“Hungarian Gypsy”) works by Valerie Coleman and Johannes Brahms. Carlos Simon’s Be Still and Know for Piano Trio and Brahms’s Piano Quartet in C minor share a program with the world premiere of a BCM-commissioned work by Paul Moravec. Other composers to be featured include Eric Ewazen, Jessie Montgomery, Jean Sibelius, William Grant Still, Josef Suk, and Tian Zhou. The festival begins with “A Mozart Portrait with Alan Alda,” hosted by the actor, who is a longtime friend of Bridgehampton Chamber Music. This summer’s free outdoor concert will feature the ensemble Sandbox Percussion. Flutist Marya Martin is artistic director of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival. For more information, visit bcmf.org/.