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Tour |
Explore the Cathedral's newly cleaned and restored Nave. Learn about the art, architecture and history of this great sacred space from 1892 to the present.
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$6
Tour |
Learn about central banking functions that Federal Reserve System performs and see Bank's vault of international monetary gold on bedrock of Manhattan Island, five stories below street level. Learn why Federal Reserve has "Federal" in its name, while it's a private bank, not Federal at all. Congressman Ron Paul considers the Federal Reserve "both corrupt and unconstitutional" Tour times: 11:15 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 1:15 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 3:15 p.m., and 4:00 p.m.
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Lecture |
A talk by Andrei P. Tsygankov (San Francisco State University).
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Concert |
This Organ Meditations Series features the keyboard works of Johann Sebastian Bach.
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Book Signing |
A daring new departure from the inspired creator of The Vampire Chronicles, Lives of the Mayfair Witches, and the angels of The Songs of the Seraphim.
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Other |
Please bring with you your Scrabble set (be sure it has all 100 tiles!), a Scrabble dictionary and, of course, a love of the game! Join the fun and meet new friends!
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Screening |
Featuring films by and about Native Americans. At 1pm and 3pm.
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Concert |
American composer Richard Hundley is best known and loved for his many concert songs, now performed by several generations of famous and rising young artists. Teresa Stratas, Frederica von Stade, Marilyn Horne, Renee Fleming, Jennifer Larmore, Arlene Auger, Anna Moffo, Rosalind Elias, Anneliese Rothenberger, William Warfield, Giorgio Tozzi, Paul Sperry, David Daniels and Stephanie Blythe are among the internationally known artists who have performed his music. Mr. Hundley was born in Cincinnati, OH, raised in Kentucky, and resides in New York City. He attended the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and continued his studies in New York with Israel Citkowitz, William Flanagan, and Virgil Thomson.
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Tour |
Explore the Cathedral's newly cleaned and restored Nave. Learn about the art, architecture and history of this great sacred space from 1892 to the present.
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$6
Gallery Talk |
Life is not lived in black and white: reality may have the tinge of dreams and dreams an air of reality. This provocative tension exists between the experiential nature of early American folk art and the fantastical imagery it often displays—between what is real and what is imagined. The same is true of the work of contemporary self-taught artists, which may introduce unique—and sometimes puzzling—expressions that illuminate the iconoclastic nature that is the flip side of the collective American psyche. The viewer is placed in the peculiar but exhilarating position of deciding for him- or herself whether the artwork expresses a disjuncture with reality or an uninhibited embracing of interior life. After all, what is more true, the picture that looks real or the picture that feels real; the observer or the observed?
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Lecture |
Charlie Kaufman is said to be an anxious man. Or perhaps that is a confused judgment based on speculation over the characters he creates—characters who appear to suffer from anxiety. Or perhaps it is the viewers themselves who experience anxiety in watching Kaufman’s films. Whatever is the case, the anxiety that Kaufman has, reflects, or engenders is not the kind of anxiety we think it is. In fact, Kaufman’s characters embody a kind of anxiety that bears a close resemblance to the anxiety Søren Kierkegaard theorized in the 1840s. In this talk LaRocca articulates some points of relation between their work, in particular how Kaufman shares with Kierkegaard a radical deployment of pseudonymity as a way of responding to anxiety. Both writers rely on pseudonymity to transform autobiographical experience from something merely personal to something at a remove from its author —a distancing that enables the work to become relevant to a wider audience, indeed to the human community afflicted by the very anxiety they theorize and dramatize. Pseudonymity, in turn, animates a number of philosophically significant features of their work, including: the possibility of learning truth from lies; metaphysical varieties of acting; the presence of doubles and proxies; and the puzzling effects of work that repeats and reflects back on itself.
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Screening |
A cinematic musical romp with Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy. A short film will precede the feature. Films to be announced soon.
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Dance Performance |
Noritoshi Hirakawa creates performances, photography and films that explore the hidden social structures and desires that often go unrecognized or are sublimated and that he perceives as essential to what it means to be human. He exposes the unspoken, private moments of human interaction that we as a society repress, thereby liberating what remains fantasy for most people. As choreographer of an action or performance, Hirakawa is himself spectator, although there is an implicit interaction between the artist and the performers. We, the audience, also become complicit in the action, the liberation, as it were, of the private moment in the public eye. Noritoshi Hirakawa was born in Fukuoka, Japan in 1960 and has lived and worked in New York since the mid-nineties. He has exhibited extensively at museums and galleries internationally and his work is included in the collections of the Centre Pompidou, Paris; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo; and the Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt am Main, among many others.
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Open Mike Reading |
Calling all teen poets, spoken word artists, emcees, scholars, and activists with something to say. Sign up to share your powerful and important voices. Outfitted with youth DJs, this uncensored space provides a platform for teens to be heard.
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Conference |
5:00-5:15 PM Welcome 5:15-6:45 Panel 1: Pedagogy Chair: Claire Potter (Wesleyan University) Panelists: Steven Maynard (Queen’s University) Tavia Nyong’o (New York University) Michael Roth (Wesleyan University) Todd Shepard (Johns Hopkins University) 7:00-8:00 Reception
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Workshop |
A beginning level Chess gaming group for all ages. Other games considered as well.
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Book Reading |
Lewin will discuss her new book, which chronicles the extraordinary life story of the dancer Janet Collins (1917–2003). An unusually versatile and creative performer, she was a unique concert dance soloist as well as a black trailblazer in the white world of classical ballet. This year marks the 60th anniversary of her debut at the Metropolitan Opera, where she made international headlines as the first African-American prima ballerina.
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Opening Reception |
Jose Ma Martinez was born in a fertile village of central Mexico and currently lives in Mexico City. He is the recipient of numerous artistic honors in Mexico and in Spain and has exhibited throughout his native country.
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Opening Reception |
Works by Jose Ramon Ais, Holger Lippmann, Noel Myles, Pep Ventosa, André Wagner, and Carolin Wolf. Oxygen is an essential element to our lives. With every breath we take it energizes our bodies, helps our cells to regenerate, and feeds our souls. This oxygen that we rely on is produced by trees and forests, which help us to maintain our inner balance. Nature also gives us the opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, to recharge our batteries during a long walk, let our minds drift away, and concentrate on what’s really important in life.
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Workshop |
An open-level yoga with a certified instructor! Please wear comfortable clothes and bring your yoga mat or a beach towel. All participants must sign a waiver form before they join in. For adults 18+.
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Book Reading |
Karen Gravano, star of the show Mob Wives, will be here to discuss her long-awaited book, Mob Daughter. Priority seating with purchase of the book. Please call the store for details.
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Opening Reception |
Paintings and collage by Mikko Kallio. Photographs by Jaakko Heikkilä. Hosted by Ambassador Ritva Jolkonnen, Consul General of Finland.
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Opening Reception |
Marlo Pascual is an American artist living and working in New York. Born in 1972, in Nashville, TN, Pascual completed her MFA at Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA in 2007. This is the artist’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Upcoming and recent exhibitions include: Matters of Fact, curated by Tom Eccles and Nathan Lee, Hessel Museum of Art, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY; Out of Focus: Photography & Film, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK (2012); Beyond, curated by Adam Budak, Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn, Estonia (2011-2012); Midnight Party, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN; Update #2, White Columns, New York, NY; Unreal, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada (2011); Jane and Marc Nathanson Distinguished Artist in Residence for 2009-2010, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO (solo) (2010).
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Opening Reception |
The first solo exhibition at this gallery of Los Angeles-based artist Yuh-Shioh Wong (b. 1977, Taipei, Taiwan). Her mostly small format paintings - acrylic and aqua oil on raw canvas - materially concentrate experiences while perceptually expanding into physical as well as emotive space. These works translate the duration of nature, rather than depict it. Yuh-Shioh Wong transferred from pursuing a BA in Architecture at MIT to Harvard University, where she received a BA in Visual and Environmental Studies (1999). She earned her MFA from Hunter College (2003) and then attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. She has had solo and project exhibitions at Foxy Production, NY (2006 & 2007), Cherry and Martin, LA (2008), ATM Gallery, NY (2004), and her work has been showcased in numerous group exhibitions, including such venues as 179 Canal, Exit Art, Gavin Brown, Storefront for Art and Architecture (all NY), as well as internationally at Charim Galerie, Vienna, and Micky Schubert, Berlin.
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Workshop |
Hands on using wireless laptops. Explore more advanced features of Microsoft Excel 2003. Topics include using formulas and functions, data sorting and conditional formatting.
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Book Reading |
For a century Harlem has been celebrated as the capital of black America, a thriving center of cultural achievement and political action. At a crucial moment in Harlem’s history, as gentrification encroaches, the author untangles the myth and meaning of Harlem’s legacy. Examining the epic Harlem of official history and the personal Harlem that begins at her front door, the author introduces us to a wide variety of characters, past and present. At the heart of their stories, and her own, is the hope carried over many generations, hope that Harlem would be the ground from which blacks fully enter America’s democracy.
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Talk |
With Dan Barasch and James Ramsey. Explore the history, current state, and potential future of the abandoned trolley terminal below Delancey St. Can it be transformed into a cutting edge subterranean green space for the LES?
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Workshop |
Commemorate Black History Month by traveling the Underground Railroad through the eyes of artist Algernon Miller as he discusses the inspiration behind his design of the newly-dedicated monument at Frederick Douglass Memorial Circle. Dress warmly to walk to the site for a tour after his presentation. For ages 18+.
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Screening |
Some narratives about our human origins and potential to shape our world leave us with a sense that all is lost. This epic story, told from an inspired new perspective, will renew your confidence in the creative capacities of nature's community and inspire you to participate with them. The film weaves together a tapestry of scientific discoveries in astronomy, geology and biology with humanistic insights into the nature of the universe. Julianne Lutz Warren, author of Aldo Leopold’s Odyssey, who teaches in New York University’s Environmental Studies Program, will introduce the film and host a post-film discussion.
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Discussion |
With Milagros de la Torre (Artist); Oliver Lutz (MIT Visual Arts Program); Siona Wilson (CUNY). Moderated by Gabriela Rangel (Director of Visual Arts and Chief Curator at Americas Society).
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Discussion |
Artist and NEWSgrist blogger Joy Garnett is joined in conversation by curator Christopher Phillips, art historian and attorney Virginia Rutledge, critic and curator Robert Storr, and artist Oliver Wasow to discuss the creative methods and ideas associated with appropriation art today, as issues of appropriation enter the broader public and legal debate forum and copyright infringement lawsuits between artists rise. The panelists will discuss why appropriation and other forms of visual referencing are important elements of making art and how to defend these practices both in and beyond the courtroom.
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Concert |
Program: Andreas Hammerschmidt (1611-1675) – Paduan and Gailliard in d minor Dieterich Buxtehude (c.1637-1707) – Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin Johann Rosenmüller (1619-1684) – Sonata @ 5, In Te Domine and Lieber Herr Gott Heinrich Schütz (1587-1654) – Erbarm dich mein Theodor Schwartzkopf (1659-1732) – Pieces à tre viole di gambe Samuel Scheidt (1587-1684) – Canzona: O, nachbar Roland Leopoldus I (1640-1705) – Regina Coeli The concert features mezzo soprano, Jacqueline Horner Kwiatek, Judson Griffin and Ma&#322;gorzata Ziemnicka, violin; Patricia Ann Neely, Carlene Stober, and Elizabeth Weinfield, viola da gamba; and Rick Erickson, chamber organ. “In no other period of its musical history has Germany given more cogent proof of its ability to adopt foreign ideas, in the sense of assimilating them, making them its own, reworking them, and finally refashioning its native inheritance by fusing the latter with what it had newly acquired.” – Frederick Blume, “Deutschland,” Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart. With politics and religious ethics permeating every facet of life in Germany during the 30 Year’s War (1618-1648), Frederick Blume captures the essence of the times in his quote regarding the region’s quest to develop its own nationalistic musical style. The program features the repertoire of Scheidt, Schütz, Buxtehude, Rosenmüller, Hammerschmidt, Schwartzkopf, and Leopoldus I; composers influenced by the continental Europeans. They were masterful artists who weaved the styles of the Italians, French, Spanish, Dutch, and English into their own individual regional styles, ultimately representing the German style, and setting the stage for the next generation of composers, including Bach, Telemann, Gluck, Fasch, et al. The concert features the mezzo soprano Jacqueline Horner Kwiatek. Ms. Kwiatek is a member of the world famous vocal quartet Anonymous 4 which has performed throughout the United States, Europe, and the Far East and recorded many award winning CDs including the Billboard chart-topping, “American Angels.” She has performed with numerous ensembles including, The Washington Bach Consort, the Bach Sinfonia, Bach Vespers at Holy Trinity Lutheran, The Folger Consort, Parthenia, to name a few. Program: Andreas Hammerschmidt (1611-1675) – Paduan and Gailliard in d minor Dieterich Buxtehude (c.1637-1707) – Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin Johann Rosenmüller (1619-1684) – Sonata @ 5, In Te Domine, and Lieber Herr Gott Heinrich Schütz (1587-1654) – Erbarm dich mein Theodor Schwartzkopf (1659-1732) – Pieces à tre viole di gambe Samuel Scheidt (1587-1684) – Canzona: O, nachbar Roland Leopoldus I (1640-1705) – Regina Coeli
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Concert |
Audience members are welcome to enter and exit at appropriate moments. Ushers will be available to assist you.
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Book Reading |
Authors Meredith Maran (A Theory of Small Earthquakes) and Alix Struass (Based Upon Availability) come together to read from their new books and to discuss their writing.
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Theater |
New York Classical Theatre returns to the World Financial Center with Playing Molière. Using their signature performance style, Panoramic Theatre, this unique production of Moliere’s shorter comedies hearkens back to the 17th century playwright’s roots in the Commedia dell’Arte. The characters of Playing Molière, including cuckolded husbands, sneaky servants, demanding fathers, and quick-witted lovers, have inspired an entire generation of physical comedians such as Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and the Marx Brothers.
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Book Reading |
Robert Leleux, author of the comedic and heartbreaking coming-of-age book The Memoirs of a Beautiful Boy, joins us for his newest work, The Living End, a tribute to his spirited grandmother.
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Book Reading |
Critically acclaimed Wayne Koestenbaum, poet and cultural critic extraordinaire, reads from his latest, The Anatomy of Harpo Marx, a detailed play-by-play account of Harpo Marx’s physical movements as captured on screen. Koestenbaum celebrates the astonishing range of Harpo’s body—its kinks, sexual multiplicities, somnolence, Jewishness, “cute” pathos, and more. In a virtuosic performance, Koestenbaum’s text moves gracefully from insightful analysis to cultural critique to autobiographical musing, and provides Harpo with a host of odd bedfellows, including Walter Benjamin and Barbra Streisand.
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Book Reading |
Jo Ann Beard’s novel, "In Zanesville," was published by Little, Brown in 2011. Born in Seoul, South Korea, Krys Lee (pictured) is the author of a debut collection of stories, "Drifting House" (Viking, 2012).
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Open Mike Reading |
Open Slam and Featured Guest. Sign up 7pm; Show at 7:30pm. Intangible Slam is the newest PSI certified Poetry Slam Venue and the fourth slam team competing out of New York City at the national level. Our aim is to help reclaim the root of the oral tradition and to encourage the written gifts just as much as the spoken. Intangible Slam seeks to produce top-level national slam teams that will compete regularly for the National Championship at the annual National Poetry Slam.
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Performance |
“No Name” producer Eric Vetter calls the Cabaret an opportunity for musical talent to try out new material in a safe and fun place! Hosted by the multi-talented Clara Barton Green whose background includes acting, directing and singing at venues across the country.
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Talk |
Andrea Galvani was born in Italy and lives in Brooklyn. His conceptual research informs his use of photography, which draws from other disciplines, often assuming scientific methodologies. Galvani’s work has been exhibited internationally, including exhibitions at The Whitney Museum, Central Utah Art Center, Mart Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Trento), Macro Museum (Rome), GAMeC (Bergamo), Flemish Arts Center De Brakke Grond, Oslo Plads, Unicredit Pavilion (Bucharest) and Legal Art Contemporary Art Center (Miami). Selected publications include Flash Art, ArtForum,Tema Celeste, Modern Painters, Around Photography, International Herald Tribune, Boiler, Title, Arte Critica and Zoom. In 2011, he was nominated for the prestigious Deutsche Börse Photography Prize and invited to participate in the fourth Moscow Biennial.
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Screening |
Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jenny Holzer, Kiki Smith, Christy Rupp, and Jack Smith were among the artists who filled a ex-massage parlor with artwork from top to bottom for The Times Square Show, a legendary exhibit co-organized by Andrea Callard as part of the 1970s powerhouse collective Colab. (Keith Haring even painted the air conditioner). Callard, whose own work will not long remain one of New York's best-kept secrets, includes her never-before-seen documentation of that event in Talking Landscape, her first feature film. This compendium of short pieces (including 11 thru 12, Fluorescent/Azalea, Flora Funera (for Battery Park City) and Lost Show Blues) here making its world premiere, was culled from a decade of her playful and strikingly innovative cinematic experiments. 80 min. A post-film discussion with Callard, moderated by curator Livia Bloom, will follow.
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$10 suggested admission
Concert |
Celebrating His 150th Birthday. Featuring Students, Faculty and Friends.
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Concert |
A stellar musical event. A concert showcasing the artistry of internationally acclaimed performers and distinguished faculty members at a leading New York conservatory.
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Jazz |
Rotating student jazz combos in an intimate setting.
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Theater |
Another of Fugard's remarkable plays that uses politics and racism to examine the human condition. With fourth-year actors.
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Concert |
Program: Arthur Foote “A Night Piece” for Flute and String Quartet Frederic Chopin “The Maiden’s Wish” for Solo Piano Franz Liszt Transcription of Schumann’s “Widmung” Claude Debussy “Afternoon of a Faun” for Flute and Piano Odeon Partos “Yizkor” for Cello and Piano Felix Mendelssohn String Quartet No. 4 in e minor, Op. 44/2 The performers, who have won dozens of national and international awards and competitions between them, include Cyrus Beroukhim, Violin, Jae-Hyuck Cho, Piano, Emilie-Anne Gendron, Violin, Sean Katsuyama, Cello, Wei-Yang Andy Lin, Violin and Soo-Kyung Park, Flute.
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Concert |
Nick Rolfe is best described as a hybrid of Jazz, Soul, Rock and Funk. With a sound that pays homage to some of his musical influences - think Herbie Hancock meets Sting meets Stevie Wonder meets Jamiroquai - Rolfe has developed a unique sound that defies being placed in a singular category. Both as a leader and a sideman, Rolfe has toured extensively and worked with a range of outstanding artists such as Lizz Wright, Amel Larrieux, T.S. Monk, Omar, Russell Gunn, Benny Golson and many more. In addition to his musical work, Rolfe is an accomplished actor appearing on-screen with Academy Award winners Susan Sarandon and Ralph Fiennes in the Emmy Nominated, Golden Globe nominated HBO Film "Doris and Bernard" directed by Bob Balaban, and with Brooke Shields in the NBC series "Lipstick Jungle". Vocalist/composer Imani Uzuri is an eclectic artist, who creates, performs and collaborates across various genres including concerts, experimental theater, recordings, visual/performance art and sound installations. She has performed at numerous international venues/festivals from Morocco to Moscow. Her diverse collaborators include Herbie Hancock, Wangechi Mutu, Vijay Iyer, Sanford Biggers, Talib Kweli and John Legend. Television appearances include David Letterman and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots. Uzuri's nomadic world travels and her interest in sacred music and experimentation is reflected in her various projects including her critically acclaimed debut album Her Holy Water: A Black Girl's Rock Opera. Her forthcoming new album The Gypsy Diaries, which features vocals, violin, cello, acoustic guitar, sitar and daf, is a lyrical and spiritual soundscape.
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Performance |
Jeff Cerulli and Adam Glyn’s long running east village stand up comedy show is back and some would say better than ever in a new venue.
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Jazz |
A great way to hear some of the most talented young lions of jazz while enjoying spectacular views of Manhattan.
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