free things to do in New York City
Free events for Monday, 01/20/20
<

January 2020

>
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
   1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031 
Free Events, Free Things to Do in New York City!  Read More

Mon, January 20, 2020. New York is full of wonderful things to do beyond the Empire State Building, Metropolitan Museum, Ellis Island, Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick's Cathedral, etc. Go off the beaten path and find hidden treasures which cost you nothing, but are extremelly enjoyable and much less crowded then famous tourist spots.

Experience New York with no lines and no hassle.  Our site tells yiou all about free tours, free concerts, free movies, free theater performances, free dsicussions, etc. you can take advantage of whether you live in the city or spend just a couple of days here.

DOWNTOWN

First, go Downtown and see where New York began: visit City Hall, view the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan skyline, walk by the fortification that was intended to prevent a British invasion in 1812, bike (or just walk) along Hudson River passing all those beautiful Battery Park City Parks with their impressive open space design and public sculptures, sit down for a pleasant meal at one of small Financial Center eateries, go inside the Palm Atrium and take a look at the 9/11 memorial from there.

Then tour New York's beautiful City Hall free of charge. New York City Hall is one of the oldest continuously used City Halls in the nation that still houses its original governmental functions. New York's City Hall is considered one of the finest architectural achievements of its period. Constructed from 1803 to 1812, the building was an early expression of the City's cosmopolitanism. City Hall is a designated New York City landmark, and its rotunda is a designated interior landmark as well. The tours that do not require reservations, but do require a signup, are run on Wednesdays at noon. The registration takes place on the day of the tour between 9:00 AM and 11:30 AM. You will need an advanced reservation for Thursday tours. They take place at 10 am for groups and at 10:30 am for individuals.

Your next adventure is to see the Statue of Liberty, but we do not reccomend to take the Statue of Liberty Ferry.
The best way to see the Statue of Liberty is to take a 25-minute water trip from Lower Manhattan to Staten Island by free-of-charge Staten Island Ferry. On a way there the Statue of Liberty will attract your undivided attention. On the way back (another 25 min) you will not be able to take your eyes off the stunning vistas of New York Harbor and the Manhattan skyline. The ferry runs every 30 min most part of the day. It runs more often during rush hours: 7 am - 8:45 am and between 5 pm and 6:45 pm; but the ferries are packed during rush hour trips; this is not a good time to take a leisurely ride.

Go West young woman (or man) once you are back on Manhattan Island: pass Battery Park (you may want to stop at the Castle Clinton - no connection with the President's family).

UPTOWN
Your Uptown trip should include a walk around Columbia University Campus, visit to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and mostly overlooked gem that the Riverside Church is.

Walk around Columbia University Campus
The University founded as King’s College in 1754. It's historic main campus consists of 71 buildings on 36 acres and was originally designed by the famous architectural firm of McKim, Mead and White. Low Memorial Library is our favorite building there. If you are not sure you want to go all the way uptown to see it, you may take a virtual tour at http://www.columbia.edu/acis/tour/start.html

And if you decide that Uptown does worth your time, then there are two other sites you do have to pay a visit to: Riverside Church and The Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
Join the Club!

Go!
The quality and quantity of
free events,
free things to do
that happen in New York City
every day of the year
is truly amazing.

So don't miss the opportunities
that only New York provides:
stop wondering what to do;
start taking advantage of
free events to go to,
free things to do in NYC
today!

61  Best Free Events, Best Free Things to Do in New York City, NYC

We all know that best things in life are free, but nowhere it's true more than in New York (NYC).  Take a look at those free 61  events that our editors think are the best things to do to in New York City at this point -- January 20, 2020 and on...
Please keep in mind that all those best things to do are free unless otherwise noted. 

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Master Class | Violin Master Class With Works By J.S. Bach, Prokofiev And More
Robin Scott, violin. Program Aleksandr Glazunov Violin Concerto, Op. 82 Sergei Prokofiev Violin Concerto No. 1, Op. 19 Max Bruch Scottish Fantasy J.S. Bach Violin Sonata No. 2 in A minor, BWV 1003 Featuring violinist Robin Scott, this masterclass provides music lovers with a rare opportunity to witness the interaction between gifted Mannes students and a great artist as they examine and explore the craft of performance at the highest level. Mr. Scott has appeared in this capacity at the Kennedy Center, the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, Boston's Jordan Hall, the Isabella Stewart Gardener Museum, the Perelman Theatre in Philadelphia's Kimmel Center, Carnegie's Weill Hall, The Morgan Library, and Town Hall in New York City, among others.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 21
3:00 pm

to 5:00 pm

Free

Concerts, January 21, 2020, 01/21/2020, Violin Master Class With Works By J.S. Bach, Prokofiev And More
Author Reading | American Manifesto: Saving Democracy From Villains, Vandals And Ourselves
American Manifesto: WNYC's Bob Garfield in conversation with Ken Auletta. Do you fear for our democracy? Are you ready to throw in the towel? Don't! This is your guidebook to reassembling our hyperpolarized American society, written by cohost of WNYC's On the Media, Bob Garfield. Bob Garfield is the cohost of public radio's weekly Peabody Award-winning On the Media. Garfield has been a columnist/contributing editor for The Washington Post Magazine, The Guardian, and USA Today. He has also written for The New York Times, Playboy, The Atlantic, Sports Illustrated, and Wired.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 21
6:00 pm

Free

Author Readings, January 21, 2020, 01/21/2020, American Manifesto: Saving Democracy From Villains, Vandals And Ourselves
Book Signing | In China When it All Began: Acclaimed Photography
Celebrate the publication of In China When it All Began with photographer Xiao Quan, one of the most acclaimed contemporary photographers in China. This is a personal and fascinating documentation of China's late 1980s through the 1990s, capturing the drastic social change of the country's first decade of economic reform.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 21
6:00 pm

Free

Book Signings, January 21, 2020, 01/21/2020, In China When it All Began: Acclaimed Photography
Discussion | How to Choose a Financial Planner
There are currently over 1/2 million people in the United States calling themselves a "Financial Advisor". Not all of them are working in the best interest of their clients. Charles Failla discusses the steps that you can take to help you identify an appropriate financial advisor - including what to look for and what to ask. Learn about the concept of "Fiduciary Care". Is your advisor a "Fiduciary"? If you don't know, you should ask. Charles L. Failla is the Principal of Sovereign Financial Group, Inc. - a NYC based financial planning / investment advisory firm located in The Chrysler Building. Charles has been an advisor for more than 25 years. In addition to being a Certified Financial Planning(TM)practitioner, Charles is also an Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF(R)).    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 21
6:00 pm

to 7:30 pm

Free

Discussions, January 21, 2020, 01/21/2020, How to Choose a Financial Planner
Book Discussion | Frederick Kiesler: Face to Face with the Avant-Garde
Frederick Kiesler was a committed networker and communicated regularly with the who's who of the avant-garde. He was an important intermediary between the visionary ideas of the European Moderne movement and the then up-and-coming New York art scene. The nearly 20 written contributions collected here portray Kiesler's colorful life and his multifaceted oeuvre in various contexts, and place Kiesler in a dialog with the most important artists and architects of his time. Published on the occasion of the 20 year anniversary of the Frederick Kiesler Foundation, this volume deals with Kiesler's relationship with the Bauhaus, Surrealism, and the New York School, as well as with personalities such as Richard Buckminster Fuller, Marcel Duchamp, Arshile Gorky, Theo van Doesburg, Piet Mondrian, Hans Arp, Sigfried Giedion, among others.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 21
6:30 pm

Free

Book Discussions, January 21, 2020, 01/21/2020, Frederick Kiesler: Face to Face with the Avant-Garde
Discussion | Rembrandt's Legacy: A Personal Conversation
Rabbi Meir Soloveichik moderates a discussion on Rembrandt's legacy between Thomas Kaplan, philanthropist and private collector, and Arthur K. Wheelock Jr., Curator at the National Gallery of Art.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 21
7:00 pm

Free

Discussions, January 21, 2020, 01/21/2020, Rembrandt's Legacy: A Personal Conversation
Master Class | Former Principal Cellist Of The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Cellist Paul Watkins won the BBC Young Musician of the Year in the string section in 1988. From 1990 to 1997, he was principal cellist of the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Watkins developed an additional interest in conducting, and won first prize and audience prize at the 2002 Leeds Conductors' Competition. His first conducting appearance with the London Philharmonic Orchestra was in February 2006.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 21
7:00 pm

Free

Concerts, January 21, 2020, 01/21/2020, Former Principal Cellist Of The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Opera | The Art of Change: An Experimental Opera
Jean-Baptiste Barriere's The Art of Change is a bold experimental work that introduces a radically new artistic form. Starting with the traditional notion of opera as a type of work that blends music, theater, art, and design into a single form, The Art of Change brings performers and thinkers together on stage and fuses live performance with historical video footage, recorded interviews and multimedia content. All of this is woven together into a tapestry that is generative, interactive, participative, and open. As its title suggests, the work centers on the very idea of change and presents various ways of thinking, from the very pragmatic to the most speculative, about what needs to be changed in the world today. Actors, singers, instrumentalists, designers, and philosophers come together, with the audience, to speculate on this question and the many ways in which it can be answered.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 21
8:00 pm

Free

Concerts, January 21, 2020, 01/21/2020, The Art of Change: An Experimental Opera

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Tour | City Hall Tour For Individuals
The tour of City Hall includes a discussion of the building's history, art, architecture, and civic function. The building is the oldest city hall in the United States that still houses its original governmental functions, such as the office of the Mayor of New York. Constructed from 1803 to 1812, New York City Hall is a National Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Jan 22
12:00 pm

Free

Tours, January 22, 2020, 01/22/2020, City Hall Tour For Individuals
Jazz | Renowned Jazz Guitarist and His Trio
Bill Wurtzel, a renowned jazz guitarist, has performed worldwide with many jazz greats. His style in his own words: "I love mainstream jazz and the American songbook. Albums I've played on range from gospel, mainstream and soul jazz to Christmas songs in Latin."    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Jan 22
2:00 pm

Free

Concerts, January 22, 2020, 01/22/2020, Renowned Jazz Guitarist and His Trio
Discussion | What Do The Hiring Managers Demand?
Steven Davis, a career coach and a recruiter, discusses what recruiters and hiring managers look for. Learn how to refine your efforts and planning to prepare and focus in the most productive ways. Bring a job description and have a mock interview session. Knowledge is Power! Steven Davis has coached thousands of business and technology professionals for over 20 years as Practice Director in global technology recruiting firms and as a Career Counselor and Coach. His strengths include improving upward mobility and making a difference in careers. He has three areas of focus 1) recruiting, 2) career coaching and consulting for companies such as JP Morgan Chase and 3) building his private practice coaching business. Steven calls upon strong analytical abilities combined with a desire to empower professionals to fulfill career objectives. He always has the "best path to success" by customizing solutions as they relate to each job seeker or coaching client.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Jan 22
6:00 pm

to 7:30 pm

Free

Discussions, January 22, 2020, 01/22/2020, What Do The Hiring Managers Demand?
Author Reading | By Chance Alone: A Remarkable True Story of Courage and Survival at Auschwitz
At 15, Max Eisen was saved from certain death in Auschwitz by a Polish physician who employed him as a cleaner in his operating room. His remarkable memoir received Canada's top literary award in 2019. Celebrating the launch of the book's American edition, Eisen will be joined by Phyllis Greenberg Heideman, President, International March of the Living; Eli Rubenstein, National Director, March of the Living Canada, and Cantor Aviva Rasky.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Jan 22
7:00 pm

Free

Author Readings, January 22, 2020, 01/22/2020, By Chance Alone: A Remarkable True Story of Courage and Survival at Auschwitz

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Classical Music | Organist Hailed By The New York Times
Hailed by The New York Times as "splendid," and "one of New York's finest organists," Renee Anne Louprette has established an international career as organ recitalist, conductor, and teacher. Ms. Louprette has performed with the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, Voices of Ascension, Clarion Music Society, American Symphony Orchestra, The Orchestra Now, The Dessoff Choirs, New York Choral Society, Oratorio Society of New York, and Piffaro.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 23
1:00 pm

to 2:00 pm

Free

Concerts, January 23, 2020, 01/23/2020, Organist Hailed By The New York Times
Classical Music | Baroque Music For Harpsichord
Francois Couperin in his four books of harpsichord works represents the pinnacle of beauty and mastery of his instrument. His first book, published when he was forty, is a compilation of works written over a period of 20 years and includes music in the style of grand Baroque as well as works that chart out the new and delicate rococo sensibilities. This recital will include some works of d'Anglerbert and Gaspard Le Roux as well as a selection of pieces from the first ordre. Harpsichordist Andrew Appel has performed at Carnegie and Geffen Halls in New York, as well as halls from the Music Academy of the West to the Smithsonian in Washington DC. Besides his work with The Four Nations Ensemble, he has been a guest of Chatham Baroque, the Smithsonian Players, and Orpheus.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 23
1:15 pm

to 2:00 pm

Free

Concerts, January 23, 2020, 01/23/2020, Baroque Music For Harpsichord
Workshop | Creating Great Memories of Your Travels (with Any Camera!)
In this session professional travel photographer and veteran international tour organizer Ralph Velasco will discuss how to capture a variety of great images and other content of your travels, with any camera, and how to turn them into shareable memories that will last a lifetime. Through a series of images he's created around the world he'll share simple but powerful photo tips and inexpensive gear and easy-to-use app suggestions that will help you to more effectively tell the story of your travels...how anyone can do this. Look for an interesting surprise Ralph will reveal part way through his presentation and then go out and create your next memories with the many tips and suggestions he'll provide. Even if you only travel with a smartphone in your pocket you won't want to miss this session.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 23
4:00 pm

Free

Workshops, January 23, 2020, 01/23/2020, Creating Great Memories of Your Travels (with Any Camera!)
Author Reading | Drunk in China: Baijiu and the World's Oldest Drinking Culture
Author Derek Sandhaus will be in conversation with Shannon Mustipher about his new book. China is one of the world's leading producers and consumers of liquor, with alcohol infusing all aspects of its culture, from religion and literature to business and warfare. This book follows Sandhaus's journey of discovery into this culture.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 23
6:00 pm

Free

Author Readings, January 23, 2020, 01/23/2020, Drunk in China: Baijiu and the World's Oldest Drinking Culture
Opening Reception | Sounds Lasting and Leaving: Sound Works by Duchamp, Calder, Cage and Beuys
Sounds Lasting and Leaving amplifies the auditory interests of modern and contemporary artists. The exhibition considers how the elusive medium of sound has carried through art since the early 1900s, when figures of Dadaism, Futurism, and Surrealism first began to experiment with audio. Sounds Lasting and Leaving will flood the gallery's Manhattan townhouse with audible expressions by Marcel Duchamp, Alexander Calder, John Cage, Joseph Beuys, Irma Blank, Vito Acconci, David Hammons, Marina Abramovic, Gino De Dominicis, Jennie C. Jones, and Derrick Adams.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 23
6:00 pm

to 8:00 pm

Free

Opening Receptions, January 23, 2020, 01/23/2020, Sounds Lasting and Leaving: Sound Works by Duchamp, Calder, Cage and Beuys
Author Reading | Coffee Lids: Peel, Pinch, Pucker, Puncture
This is Louise Harpman's fascinating design history and field guide to one of modern life's everyday conveniences, with 200 full close-up photographs and patent designs. It's a fun look at how the genius of design is often hidden in plain sight.  Ever wonder about how everyday objects come to look the way they do? The disposable coffee lid is a design paradox of the modern era. It must simultaneously open and close to allow for drinking on the go while protecting against unwanted spillage. See your coffee cup lid for what it really is: a magical design artifact that contains fascinating variations.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 23
7:00 pm

Free

Author Readings, January 23, 2020, 01/23/2020, Coffee Lids: Peel, Pinch, Pucker, Puncture
Concert | Tropical Rhythms from Colombia Infused with Psychedelic Soundscapes
Los Cumpleanos play tropical rhythms from Colombia infused with psychedelic soundscapes. They seamlessly transform heavy grooves and experimental sounds into an energetic, danceable, one-of-a-kind musical experience. Los Cumpleanos features virtuoso percussionist/vocalist Nestor Gomez from Barranquilla, Colombia; Lautaro Burgos from Chaco, Argentina on drum set; Eric Lane on keyboard; and Alex Asher on trombone from the U.S. Members of Los Cumpleanos have played with a variety of notable artists, including Anibal Velasquez, Lisandro Meza, Porfi Baloa y sus Adolescentes, Juan Pina, Alfredo Gutierrez, M.A.K.U. Soundsystem, Orquesta Dee Jay, Beyonce, Joan as Police Woman, People's Champs, and The Superpowers.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 23
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, January 23, 2020, 01/23/2020, Tropical Rhythms from Colombia Infused with Psychedelic Soundscapes

Friday, January 24, 2020

Classical Music | Bach at Noon
The organ works of J.S. Bach (1685-1750) offered in 30-minute meditations. Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer and musician of the Baroque period. He is known for instrumental compositions such as the Brandenburg Concertos and the Goldberg Variations as well as for vocal music such as the St. Matthew Passion and the Mass in B minor. Since the 19th-century Bach has been generally regarded as one of the greatest composers of all time. "The term 'baroque' has been widely used since the 19th century to describe the period in Western European art music from about 1600 to 1750... Many famous composers from the first part of the baroque period came from Italy and have a link with Venice, including Claudio Monteverdi and Antonio Vivaldi. Monteverdi was born in Cremona, but moved to Venice where he was 'maestro di capella' at the San Marco basilica. Vivaldi was born in Venice and was one of the greatest baroque composers. It is thanks to these strong musical traditions of Venice that we have today's music. Without Venetian church music and Monteverdi's advances with polyphony, the great traditions of choral music in England, France, and Germany would never have developed. Without the operas written by Monteverdi, Cavalli and Vivaldi, not only would the later styles of opera never have been invented. There would be no basis for the American Musical or the German and Viennese Operetta, the Spanish Zarzuela, and even rock, pop, and contemporary music as we know it." The Venice Insider Bach at Noon concerts take place every Tuesdays through Fridays, from September 10, 2019 to May 20, 2020.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Jan 24
12:20 pm

to 12:50 pm

Free

Concerts, January 24, 2020, 01/24/2020, Bach at Noon
Discussion | The Syrian Revolution: how the world has turned away from one of the the biggest human catastrophes of the 21C
This program will trace the roots of the Syrian Revolution, the bloody and brutal repression of the 2011 peaceful uprising and how the world has turned away as Syria has become one of the the biggest human catastrophes of the 21st Century. Participants will include: AbdAlaziz Alhamza, award winning journalist, founder of Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently and subject of the film City of Ghosts; Marcelle Shehwaro, journalist, writer, and human rights activist from Aleppo, Syria; and Shiyam Galyon, Syrian-American feminist and activist. Q and A to follow.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Jan 24
7:00 pm

Free

Discussions, January 24, 2020, 01/24/2020, The Syrian Revolution: how the world has turned away from one of the the biggest human catastrophes of the 21C
Lecture | Dangerous Melodies: Classical Music in America from the Great War Through the Cold War
A Juilliard-trained musician and professor of history explores the fascinating entanglement of classical music with American foreign relations. With author Jonathan Rosenberg of Hunter College and the CUNY Graduate Center.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Jan 24
7:00 pm

Free

Lectures, January 24, 2020, 01/24/2020, Dangerous Melodies: Classical Music in America from the Great War Through the Cold War
Concert | Five Time Grammy Awarded Trumpeter Performs With Orchestra
The MSM Studio Orchestra performs A Tale of God's Will (A Requiem for Katrina), by Terence Blanchard. Featuring special guest Terence Blanchard, trumpet. Five-time Grammy winner, Terence Blanchard is also an accomplished composer of film scores and soundtracks, operas, and Broadway scores.He has served as artistic director of several important entities, including the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's jazz series; the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, and the Henry Mancini Institute at the University of Miami. Blanchard mentored several musicians in his bands who have gone on to have significant recording careers of their own including Lionel Loueke, Aaron Parks, Kendrick Scott and one of his current band members Fabian Almazan)    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Jan 24
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, January 24, 2020, 01/24/2020, Five Time Grammy Awarded Trumpeter Performs With Orchestra
Performance | Angie Aquavitae Is Aggravated and She Is Going to Tell You About It: Poignant and Funny One-Woman Show
A one-person show written and performed by A. Aquavitae and directed by Dr. Robert Landy, professor emeritus of the Drama Therapy Program. The play welcomes us into the kitchen of a traditional Italian American family in crisis. Angie takes us on a journey that is funny and poignant, compelling and disturbing. You are invited to join Angie for coffee, cannoli, and chaos.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Jan 24
7:30 pm

Free

Performances, January 24, 2020, 01/24/2020, Angie Aquavitae Is Aggravated and She Is Going to Tell You About It: Poignant and Funny One-Woman Show
Cabaret | Cabaret Night
Cabaret by friend's of NAAP! No cover, no minimum. Mac and cheese will be served.
   New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Jan 24
8:30 pm

to 10:30 pm

Free

Concerts, January 24, 2020, 01/24/2020, Cabaret Night

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Conference | Gothic Spirit: Medieval Art from Europe
The world's leading dealer in the art of the European Middle Ages, Sam Fogg has for the past thirty years mounted ground-breaking exhibitions that challenge and redefine perceptions of Medieval and Renaissance art. Following Of Earth and Heaven, the acclaimed 2018 collaborative exhibition between the two galleries, Gothic Spirit will present for the first time in a contemporary context roughly thirty masterpieces that are among the finest Medieval art to be found in private hands.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Jan 25
10:30 am

to 6:00 pm

Free

Conferences, January 25, 2020, 01/25/2020, Gothic Spirit: Medieval Art from Europe
Festival | Lunar New Year: 21st New Year Firecracker Ceremony and Cultural Festival
Celebrate Lunar New Year at the Firecracker Ceremony and Cultural Festival! There will be live performances, including singing and dancing, and vendors.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Jan 25
11:00 am

to 3:30 pm

Free

Festivals, January 25, 2020, 01/25/2020, Lunar New Year: 21st New Year Firecracker Ceremony and Cultural Festival
Film | Green Book (2018): Three Time Oscar Winning Biographical Drama
A working-class Italian-American bouncer becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960s American South. 130 min. Director: Peter Farrelly. Starring Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali, Linda Cardellini. Green Book won the National Board of Review award for the best film of 2018, and was also chosen as one of the top 10 films of the year by the American Film Institute. The film received numerous accolades and nominations, and at the 91st Academy Awards won Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Jan 25
2:00 pm

Free

Films, January 25, 2020, 01/25/2020, Green Book (2018): Three Time Oscar Winning Biographical Drama
Theater | Anne Bronte, A Woman of Courage
Anne Bronte: A Woman Of Courage weaves together excerpts from Anne's novels Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, along with sections of her poems, letters and diary entries. She is less celebrated in the literary pantheon than her sisters, Charlotte and Emily. On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of Anne Bronte's birth, this play is a tribute to Anne Bronte's unique voice. Featuring: Miriam Canfield, Alida Rose Delaney, Katrina Michaels, Marshall Taylor Thurman.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Jan 25
7:30 pm

Free

Theaters, January 25, 2020, 01/25/2020, Anne Bronte, A Woman of Courage

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Performance | Tourist Traps: Six 10-Minute Plays
Tourist Traps! From Manhattan's Times Square to the Hollywood Sign to Mount Rushmore, tourists travel in droves for new experiences and lasting memories. Six playwrights have been selected to use tourist traps as a springboard to write a brand spanking new 10-minute play. These short play fests (from Urban Stages New Pages program) are always a lot of raucous fun. PLAYWRIGHTS Glenn Alterman, Jenny Lyn Bader, Andrew R. Heinze, Owen Panettieri, Eric Percival, Catherine Weingarten    New York City, NY; NYC

Sun, Jan 26
3:00 pm

Free

Performances, January 26, 2020, 01/26/2020, Tourist Traps: Six 10-Minute Plays
Performance | Angie Aquavitae Is Aggravated and She Is Going to Tell You About It: Poignant and Funny One-Woman Show
A one-person show written and performed by A. Aquavitae and directed by Dr. Robert Landy, professor emeritus of the Drama Therapy Program. The play welcomes us into the kitchen of a traditional Italian American family in crisis. Angie takes us on a journey that is funny and poignant, compelling and disturbing. You are invited to join Angie for coffee, cannoli, and chaos.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sun, Jan 26
3:00 pm

Free

Performances, January 26, 2020, 01/26/2020, Angie Aquavitae Is Aggravated and She Is Going to Tell You About It: Poignant and Funny One-Woman Show
Classical Music | Organist Hailed By The New York Times
Avi Stein, organ. Avi Stein is associate organist and chorus master at Trinity Wall Street. He teaches harpsichord, vocal repertoire and chamber music at Yale University, continuo accompaniment at the Juilliard School, and is the music director at St. Matthew & St. Timothy Episcopal Church. The New York Times described him as "a brilliant organ soloist" in his Carnegie Hall debut. He plays regularly with the Boston Early Music Festival, the Trinity Church Wall Street Choir and Baroque Orchestra, among others.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sun, Jan 26
5:15 pm

to 6:15 pm

Free

Concerts, January 26, 2020, 01/26/2020, Organist Hailed By The New York Times
Concert | Broadway showtunes, American Songbook favorites
A full evening of Broadway showtunes, American Songbook favorites, jazz standards, and more awaits you! Bring the song you love to sing or try out that new piece you've been working on. Hostess Arianna Armon (the "Bel Canto and Can Belto" coloratura soprano from The Buxton Gilbert & Sullivan Festival, New York's Second Act Series, and Ponycon's "Lady Aria") will be on mic to guide singers and performers throughout the evening. No cover or minimum. Please bring sheet music already transposed in your preferred key, and bring multiple options to avoid song duplication. Signup starts at 6pm.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sun, Jan 26
7:00 pm

to 9:00 pm

Free

Concerts, January 26, 2020, 01/26/2020, Broadway showtunes, American Songbook favorites

Monday, January 27, 2020

Film | Shoah (1985): The Epic 9-Hour Masterpiece on the Holocaust
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a screening of Claude Lanzmann’s 1985 masterpiece in a rare public screening of the restored 9.5-hour film in its entirety. Shoah is the most comprehensive and radical film about the extermination of European Jews by the Nazis: 12 years of production and research, 350 hours of material, 566 minutes of film against forgetting. 30 years after the end of WWII, the French filmmaker visited the places of extermination, the “death factories” of Chelmno, Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka, and Auschwitz, and found that grass had grown over them. Hence the persistence with which he sought out the last eyewitnesses to the catastrophe – rare survivors of the Sonderkommandos, bystanders, and Nazi perpetrators, too – in Poland, Israel, the United States, and Germany to question them about deportation and everyday life in the camps. This epic large-scale project does without a score, without any form of commentary or historical footage. It’s focus is not on a documentation of the past, but on the presence of memory.   Schedule: 10:30am Doors open 11:00am Film starts 3:30-4:00pm Break 9:00pm Film ends    New York City, NY; NYC

Mon, Jan 27
11:00 am

to 9:00 pm

Free

Films, January 27, 2020, 01/27/2020, Shoah (1985): The Epic 9-Hour Masterpiece on the Holocaust

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Classical Music | French Baroque Chamber Music
French baroque chamber music performed on period instruments.
   New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 28
12:00 pm

Free

Concerts, January 28, 2020, 01/28/2020, French Baroque Chamber Music
Workshop | Career Resources
Explore job/career resources available at the Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL) and other public sites; find industry and career advice, resume guides and more.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 28
6:00 pm

to 7:30 pm

Free

Workshops, January 28, 2020, 01/28/2020, Career Resources

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Tour | Guided Historical Tour of the Columbia University Campus
Join this tour to learn more about the history, architecture, and sculpture of Columbia and the Morningside Heights campus. Whether you're an amateur New York City historian or visiting campus for the first time, you will leave the tour knowing more about our storied past. Given that the tour route is outdoors, please be aware that tours are occasionally suspended due to inclement weather.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Jan 29
1:00 pm

Free

Tours, January 29, 2020, 01/29/2020, Guided Historical Tour of the Columbia University Campus
Concert | 2020 City Skate Concert
A presentation of the Ice Theatre of New York. For the past 30 years, Ice Theatre of New York has created and advanced ice dance as a performing art form and provided education and presented public performances for people of all ages. Come experience the balance, flow and flight of skating.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Jan 29
1:00 pm

Free

Concerts, January 29, 2020, 01/29/2020, 2020 City Skate Concert

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Classical Music | Music In The Age Of Galileo - Le Nuove Musiche
Sarah Pillow, voice; Mary Anne Ballard, viola da gamba; Ronn McFarlane, lute. Galileo and his composer father, Vincenzo, lived in a time when the "mathematical arts" flourished and gave birth to a new form of song based on the interpretation of ancient Greek theory and declamation. Giulio Caccini's 'Le Nuove Musiche' and virtuosic lute music is at the heart of this program. Galileo's Daughters combines music, spoken word and the visual arts to create thought-provoking and intriguing programs. They present performances that clarify the vibrant relationship between science, the arts, human thought and faith.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 30
1:15 pm

to 2:00 pm

Free

Concerts, January 30, 2020, 01/30/2020, Music In The Age Of Galileo - Le Nuove Musiche
Author Reading | Disturbance: Surviving the Charlie Hebdo Attack
Disturbance is Philippe Lancon’s memoir on surviving the Charlie Hebdo attack recently published by Europa Editions. Lançon, a journalist, author, and a weekly contributor to Charlie Hebdo was gravely wounded in the January 7, 2015 attack at that magazine’s Paris offices. The residual trauma upended his relationship to the world, to writing, to reading, to love and to friendship. As he attempted to reconstruct his life on the page, Lançon reread Proust, Thomas Mann, Kafka, and others, in search of guidance. Disturbance is not an essay on terrorism nor is it a witness’s account of Charlie Hebdo. It is an honest, intimate account of a man seeking to put his life back together after it has been torn apart. It is a book about survival, resilience, and reconstruction, about transformation, about one man’s shifting relationship to time, to writing and journalism, to truth, and to his own body.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 30
6:30 pm

Free

Author Readings, January 30, 2020, 01/30/2020, Disturbance: Surviving the Charlie Hebdo Attack
Workshop | Herbal Support for Mental Wellness
This class is an introduction to herbalism to support mental well-being. Through a harm-reduction and anti-oppression lens, we'll talk about how stress can affect the body and common herbal allies for balancing the body's stress response and easing symptoms such as tension, anxiety, insomnia, and fatigue. Speaker Jay Bartel is a white queer herbalist and holistic health educator who seeks to empower people to better care for themselves and their communities through connection to the natural world.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 30
7:00 pm

Free

Workshops, January 30, 2020, 01/30/2020, Herbal Support for Mental Wellness

Saturday, February 1, 2020

Festival | Winter Jam 2020: New York City's Ultimate Snow Day
NYC Parks is ready to host thousands at New York City's ultimate winter sports festival. Now in its 19th year, Winter Jam is a free winter sports festival for New Yorkers of all ages and abilities. Winter Jam 2020 activities include: ? Bobsled Photo "Booth" ? Ice Sculpture Garden ? Puppet Making ? Live Ice Sculpting Exhibition - 11 AM to 1 PM. ? Learn to Ski - see below for registration details. ? Curling ? Ice Bowling ? Heated NYPL Reading Room - New! ? Flag Football ? Dodgeball ? Snowshoeing with NYC Parks Urban Park Rangers Activity lines are subject to close early.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Feb 1
11:00 am

to 3:00 pm

Free

Festivals, February 01, 2020, 02/01/2020, Winter Jam 2020: New York City's Ultimate Snow Day

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Talk | Exploring the African Burial Ground Memorial
Speaker T. Rasul Murray, a historical interpreter and griot at the African Burial Ground National Monument, will present an overview of this sacred site in Lower Manhattan which honors African Americans and informs on the hardships they endured in early America. Discovered in 1991, the burial ground is considered to be one of the most significant archaeological finds in the U.S. over the last 100 years.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Feb 4
1:00 pm

Free

Talks, February 04, 2020, 02/04/2020, Exploring the African Burial Ground Memorial

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Author Reading | The Triumph of Doubt: Dark Money and the Science of Deception
Author, David Michaels sounds the alarm about the nefarious influence dark money and corporations have on the rules and regulations affecting the well-being of every U.S. citizen. He clearly outlines how Big Tobacco’s playbook is being used to cast doubt on science in industries as diverse as construction (re: health effects of silica, a particle that causes lung disease even in miniscule amounts); pharmaceuticals (the opioid industry and its culpability for the current epidemic) and personal care products (talc in baby powder), oil and gas (climate change and air pollution/asthma), and even professional football (concussions). Michaels brings these stories to life, relaying the effects suffered by real people as these industries have dragged their feet for years in implementing health and safety rules—often spending millions of dollars to create doubt about the science where none should exist. He also writes about how this phenomenon has only accelerated since the election of Donald Trump. Before, these interests usually did not have the willing help of federal government agencies in implementing their plans—now, they overwhelmingly do.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Feb 5
7:00 pm

Free

Author Readings, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, The Triumph of Doubt: Dark Money and the Science of Deception

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Classical Music | "Soulful" Quartet Plays Haydn, Britten
The Telegraph Quartet is known for its "soulfulness, tonal beauty and intelligent attention to detail" (San Francisco Chronicle). For this hour-long program, the ensemble highlights the dashing "Lobkowitz" F-major Quartet by Haydn, the final quartet written by this master of the form. Britten's atmospheric String Quartet No. 2 pays tribute to another great English composer, Henry Purcell.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Feb 6
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, February 06, 2020, 02/06/2020, "Soulful" Quartet Plays Haydn, Britten

Monday, February 10, 2020

Performance | Women of Color on Broadway Live: Honoring Tony Winners LaChanze and Melba Moore
Women of Color on Broadway, a non-profit dedicated to supporting women of African, Latin, and Asian descent pursuing careers in musical theater, will present its Purple Crystal Honorary Awards. This year’s honorees are Tony-award winners LaChanze and Melba Moore. The award celebrates the heroines of African, Latin, and Asian descent who paved the way for the next generation of women of color in theater. The evening will include special performances by Amber Gray (“Hadestown”), Celia Gooding (“Jagged Little Pill”), Kayla Davion (“The Tina Turner Musical”), Aléna Watters (“The CHER Show”), Shoba Narayan (“Hamilton” U.S. Tour), Darlesia Cearcy (“Once On This Island”), Linah Sta. Ana (“Miss Saigon”), Kuhoo Verma (“Medusa the Musical”), Genesis Collado (“Over Here!”), Barbara Douglas, and Vanisha Gould.    New York City, NY; NYC

Mon, Feb 10
7:00 pm

Free

Performances, February 10, 2020, 02/10/2020, Women of Color on Broadway Live: Honoring Tony Winners LaChanze and Melba Moore

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Author Reading | The Boudoir Bible: The Uninhibited Sex Guide for Today
A comprehensive and instructional guide to the new sexual landscape, covering "new territories" such as bondage, role playing, and sex toys that would make your parents blush. Since the publication of The Joy of Sex in 1972, the sexual landscape's boundaries have been expanded to include a host of practices that are unthinkable in that classic tome. With author Betony Vernon.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Feb 11
6:00 pm

Free

Author Readings, February 11, 2020, 02/11/2020, The Boudoir Bible: The Uninhibited Sex Guide for Today

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Classical Music | Ensemble Hailed By Washington Post Explores The Myth Of Courtly Love
Sarah Pillow, soprano; John Mark Rozendaal, vielle; Tina Chancey, vielles, rebec, kamenj. In the Middle Ages, Courtly Love was many things; a poetic ideal, a civilizing influence, a spiritual discipline; a wealth of lyrics and romances produced and read by men and women sharing an elaborate feudal ritual. But how did it manifest in daily life, where love and marriage seldom converged? Hesperus explores the many aspects of Fin'amor. Early music and folk music ensemble Hesperus connects the rich musical past and curious 21st century concertgoers, not only with single-genre early music programs and early music scores for silent films, but through collaborations with theatre, mime and dance; multi-century musical portraits of a single culture; and Crossover fusions of early music and American traditional styles. "Engaging stage presence, backed by programs put together with exceptional imagination..." - The Washington Post    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Feb 13
1:15 pm

to 2:00 pm

Free

Concerts, February 13, 2020, 02/13/2020, Ensemble Hailed By Washington Post Explores The Myth Of Courtly Love
Concert | Vibrant, Juilliard-Trained Bassist
Detroit native Endea Owens is a vibrant up-and-coming bassist who has brought her musical gifts to a diverse range of audiences, from jazz connoisseurs to city schoolkids. A Juilliard graduate, Owens has been mentored by the likes of Marcus Belgrave, Rodney Whitaker, and Ron Carter. She has toured and performed with Jennifer Holliday, Rhonda and Diana Ross, Jazzmeia Horn, and Lea DeLaria. Mixing standards with her own original compositions, Owens plays hot, swinging jazz for multiple generations.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Feb 13
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, February 13, 2020, 02/13/2020, Vibrant, Juilliard-Trained Bassist

Friday, February 14, 2020

Film | Boys Don't Cry (1999): Oscar-Winning Drama with Hilary Swank, Chloe Sevigny, Peter Sarsgaard
A young man named Brandon Teena navigates love, life, and being transgender in rural Nebraska. Director: Kimberly Peirce 118 min. Screening followed by a panel discussion reuniting much of the creative team, including writer-director Kimberly Peirce, co-writer Andy Bienen, producer Christine Vachon, cinematographer Jim Denault, editor Lee Percy, and casting director Kerry Barden.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Feb 14
6:30 pm

Free

Films, February 14, 2020, 02/14/2020, Boys Don't Cry (1999): Oscar-Winning Drama with Hilary Swank, Chloe Sevigny, Peter Sarsgaard

Sunday, February 16, 2020

Tour | Mount Morris Fire Watchtower Tour
The historic Mount Morris Fire Watchtower sits atop the hill in the center of Marcus Garvey Park and serves as an important landmark for the Harlem community. NYC Parks Urban Park Rangers lead a tour inside the watchtower. Climb to the top for panoramic views of Manhattan and learn about the history of this recently restored structure.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sun, Feb 16
12:00 pm

to 3:00 pm

Free

Tours, February 16, 2020, 02/16/2020, Mount Morris Fire Watchtower Tour

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Classical Music | Works By Mozart and Schubert For Violin And Fortepiano
Cynthia Roberts, violin; Yi-heng Yang, fortepiano. Pianist Yi-heng Yang has been noted by The New York Times for "astonishing skill and vividness." Ms. Yang was winner of The Juilliard School's Mozart Piano Concerto Competition and the Haddonfield Symphony Concerto Competition. She has been a soloist with The New Juilliard Ensemble, the York Symphony Orchestra of Toronto, and The Juilliard Orchestra, performing in such venues as Lincoln Center Avery Fisher and Alice Tully Halls. Violinist Cynthia Roberts appears regularly as concertmaster for the Clarion Orchestra, Musica Angelica and performs with the Trinity Baroque Orchestra and Smithsonian Chamber Players. In Europe, she has performed as concertmaster of Les Arts Florissants and appeared with Orchester Wiener Akademie and the London Classical Players.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Feb 20
1:15 pm

to 2:00 pm

Free

Concerts, February 20, 2020, 02/20/2020, Works By Mozart and Schubert For Violin And Fortepiano
Concert | Salsa Legend Who Was Tito Puente's Musical Director
Johnny "Dandy" Rodriguez is a salsa legend and world-renown bongocero. Having performed and served as musical director for Tito Puente's orchestra for 33 years, "Dandy," as he's universally known, is a veteran of Tito Rodriguez, Machito, Willie Rosario, Celia Cruz, Fania All-Stars, Ray Barretto and virtually the entire pantheon of salsa's pioneers. His New York City-based "Dream Team" is a tight-knit unit that performs the band's entire repertoire entirely by ear. Performing without the boundaries of written music, every rendition of the band's repertoire of salsa classics and descargas reaches dizzying new heights of danceable excitement.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Feb 20
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, February 20, 2020, 02/20/2020, Salsa Legend Who Was Tito Puente's Musical Director

Friday, February 21, 2020

Author Reading | Find Me: André Aciman Reads from His Sequel to Call Me By Your Name
A reading and Q&A with André Aciman, about his latest novel. Published in 2019, it is a sequel to his 2007 novel Call Me By Your Name. Aciman, a professor at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, is a memoirist, essayist, novelist, and scholar of 17th century literature.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Feb 21
6:30 pm

Free

Author Readings, February 21, 2020, 02/21/2020, Find Me: Andr&eacute; Aciman Reads from His Sequel to Call Me By Your Name

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Concert | 2020 City Skate Concert
A presentation of the Ice Theatre of New York. For the past 30 years, Ice Theatre of New York has created and advanced ice dance as a performing art form and provided education and presented public performances for people of all ages. Come experience the balance, flow and flight of skating.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Feb 26
1:00 pm

Free

Concerts, February 26, 2020, 02/26/2020, 2020 City Skate Concert

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Classical Music | Spanish Art Songs From 16th To 19th Centuries
Christina Kay, soprano; Jimmy Mora Silva, vihuela, baroque guitars and romantic guitar. Spanish Art Song was embraced around the world, including by England, France, Italy, and Latin America. This program includes selections from the 16th through the early 19th centuries and explores the traditions these songs picked up as they made their winding journey through Spain, across the globe, and back to their homeland. Christina Kay and Jimmy Mora Silva are dedicated to spirited performances of early music. Their partnership began at the Madison Early Music Festival in 2015, and they have since performed together in several Baroque opera productions and early music concerts.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Feb 27
1:15 pm

to 2:00 pm

Free

Concerts, February 27, 2020, 02/27/2020, Spanish Art Songs From 16th To 19th Centuries
Discussion | Pioneering African American Ballerinas
Join four pioneering African American ballerinas as they discuss their groundbreaking careers and their paths to national and international stardom. The panel includes: Virginia Johnson, prima ballerina and current director of the DanceTheatre of Harlem; Lydia Abarca, first prima ballerina of DTH; Debra Austin, first ever African American ballerina with NewYork City Ballet and principal ballerina with the Pennsylvania Ballet; and Aesha Ash, former ballerina with NYCB.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Feb 27
6:00 pm

Free

Discussions, February 27, 2020, 02/27/2020, Pioneering African American Ballerinas
Author Reading | Facebook: The Inside Story
He has had unprecedented access to Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg for three years. And now renowned tech writer Steven Levy delivers the definitive history of one of America’s most powerful and controversial companies: Facebook.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Feb 27
7:00 pm

Free

Author Readings, February 27, 2020, 02/27/2020, Facebook: The Inside Story
Concert | An Award-Winning Vocalist with "Subtlety and Vision"
Imani Uzuri, raised in rural North Carolina, is an award-winning vocalist, composer, librettist, and improviser called "a postmodernist Bessie Smith" by The Village Voice. She creates interdisciplinary works and performs at international venues and festivals. Her ritual performance Wild Cotton was recently cited as one "with subtlety and vision" by The New York Times. In 2018, Uzuri was a commissioned composer for Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. Uzuri is a former Park Avenue Armory Artist-in-Residence and was a 2019 Jerome Foundation Composer-in-Residence at Camargo Foundation in Cassis, France. Uzuri and ensemble will share an intimate concert of compositions from her various works for voice, strings, flute, and piano, including music from her large music work Placeless, her cantata Conjure Woman, the world premiere of her Chamber Music America New Jazz Works commission, and selections from her forthcoming chamber opera Hush Arbor (The Opera), a mercurial musical meditation exploring themes of death, transcendence, rebirth, impermanence and "liminality" (standing at the threshold).    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Feb 27
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, February 27, 2020, 02/27/2020, An Award-Winning Vocalist with "Subtlety and Vision"

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Classical Music | Beethoven's Piano Trio Opus 97, "Archduke" Along With Manuscripts
Evelyn Chen, piano; Richard Lin, violin; Brinton Averil Smith, cello. Program Beethoven Piano Trio Opus 97, "Archduke" In conjunction with a one-day-only pop-up display of Beethoven manuscripts. The New York Times hailed Evelyn Chen as "a pianist to watch," praising her "brilliant technique, warm, clear tone, and exacting musical intelligence." Ms. Chen's recent engagements have included performances on five continents at venues including David Geffen Hall and Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Carnegie's Weill Recital Hall, Symphony Hall in Boston, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, among others. Violinist Richard Lin has appeared as a soloist with Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra, Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra, Oklahoma City Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra (Taiwan), National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, Taipei Symphony Orchestra, Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia, Yokohama Sinfonietta, Macau String Association Orchestra. As a soloist, cellist Brinton Averil Smith's North American engagements have included performances at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and with orchestras throughout the country, while his broadcast performances include CBS's Sunday Morning and regular appearances on NPR's Performance Today and Symphonycast.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Feb 29
2:30 pm

Free

Concerts, February 29, 2020, 02/29/2020, Beethoven's Piano Trio Opus 97, "Archduke" Along With Manuscripts

Sunday, May 3, 2020

Dance Performance | 19th Annual NYC Irish Dance Festival
Hundreds of New Yorkers gather for
a day of Irish dance on the pier, opening
 the city’s Summer on the Hudson arts and culture event series. Irish Arts Center’s 19th Annual Dance Festival features performances by top Irish dance troupes, traditional music sessions, activity tents, meet-the-dancer opportunities, and everyone-on-the-dance-floor romps. Performers include the Aherne Sheehan School of Irish Dance, Darrah Carr Dance, Donny Golden Dancers, Niall O’Leary Dance Troupe, Niall O’Leary School of Irish Dance, and special guests.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sun, May 3
1:00 pm

to 6:00 pm

Free

Dance Performances, May 03, 2020, 05/03/2020, 19th Annual NYC Irish Dance Festival
Complimentary Tickets

to shows, concerts ... (CFT Deals!)

Musical | Romantic musical

Regular Price: $39.50
CFT Member Price: $0.00

Classical Music | Choral Music of World Famous Composer

Regular Price: $60
CFT Member Price: $0.00
Join the Club!

Go!