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New York is full of wonderful things to do beyond the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Metropolitan Museum, Ellis Island, Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick's Cathedral. 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.
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65  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 65  events that our editors think are the best things to do to in New York City.
Please keep in mind that all those best things to do are free unless otherwise noted. 

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Tour | 13 tours, all City neighborhoods, any time of the day, choose one tour or many
These free tours take place at various times during the day, all day long. You can make reservations for as many tours as your schedule allows. SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Heights + DUMBO 3 Hour Lower Manhattan Harlem Chelsea and the High Line 6 Hour Downtown Combined Greenwich Village Central Park Lower Manhattan Midtown Manhattan Grand Central Terminal Graffiti and Street Art Tours World Trade Center    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 12
11:30 am

to 7:00 pm

Free

Tours, December 12, 2018, 12/12/2018, 13 tours, all City neighborhoods, any time of the day, choose one tour or many
Screening | The Nutcracker: American Ballet Theatre on Film
Choreography by Alexei Ratmansky, with music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Performed by American Ballet Theatre in December, 2013. Cast includes Adelaide Clauss (Clara), Duncan McIlwaine (The Nutcracker Boy), Veronika Part (Clara, The Princess), Marcelo Gomes (Nutcracker, The Prince), Victor Barbee (Drosselmeyer), Nicola Curry (Nanny/Sugar Plum Fairy), Justin Souriau-Levine (Little Mouse), and Gregor Gillen (Fritz). The Jerome Robbins Dance Division has an ongoing documentation program dedicated to the recording of live dance performance and dance related events and panels. This new series will highlight a selection of these recordings, which date back to 1967. Dance Division staff will introduce each program, which will range from 60-90 minutes each.     New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 12
1:00 pm

Free

Screenings, December 12, 2018, 12/12/2018, The Nutcracker: American Ballet Theatre on Film
Classical Music | Works by Mozart, Beethoven, Prokofiev and more
Laurie Carney, violin; Daniel Avshalamov, viola; David Friend, piano. Program Mozart Duo for Violin and Viola No. 1 in G Major, K. 423 Kodaly Adagio for Viola and Piano Prokofiev  Five Melodies for Violin and Piano, Op. 35 Debussy Sonata for Violin and Piano in G Minor Beethoven Sonata for Violin and Piano in G Major, Op. 96    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 12
5:30 pm

Free

Concerts, December 12, 2018, 12/12/2018, Works by Mozart, Beethoven, Prokofiev and more
Author Reading | Bake Like a French Pastry Chef: Plus a Cooking Workshop
Join Augustin and his tribe as they teach how to make pâte sucrée with 5 simple ingredients and lead an open discussion on all things pastry. Ever wondered how croissants get their flaky layers? Is making a tart a total mystery? Look no further. Bake Like a French Pastry Chef, a new book by Parisian cookie masters Michel and Augustin, holds the answers to all your pastry queries.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 12
6:30 pm

Free

Author Readings, December 12, 2018, 12/12/2018, Bake Like a French Pastry Chef: Plus a Cooking Workshop
Screening | Eye on Dance: Synthesizing Art and Technology with Myth and Ritual (1987)
Eye on Dance was a television series launched in 1981 to deepen the public’s understanding of the full spectrum of dance forms that intersect to produce American dance. An in-depth interview based series, the socially and historically framed discussions were illuminated through performance excerpts. Meredith Monk and Ping Chong discuss their work in mixed media performance with moderator Celia Ipiotis. The conversation taps into their association, common interests, and collaboration; and themes—like alienation—tackled in their works. Performance excerpts include segments of their famed 1982 film Paris; excerpts from Monk’s Break and Quarry; Chong’s Kindness; and their joint work The Games. Celia Ipiotis will be joined by panelists Art Bridgman, Daniel Madoff, and Myrna Packer for this live screening.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 12
6:30 pm

to 8:00 pm

Free

Screenings, December 12, 2018, 12/12/2018, Eye on Dance: Synthesizing Art and Technology with Myth and Ritual (1987)
Concert | Home for the Holidays: A Festive Evening of Three Centuries of Italian Music
A program of music by Italian composers of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries: Giulio Briccialdi, Jean-Paul Martini, Maria Theresia von Paradis, Francesco Paolo Tosti, and composer-in-residence Roberto Scarcella Perino. Giulio Briccialdi (1818 – 1881) was an Italian virtuoso flautist and composer, a technical innovator on his instrument and a professor of music. Jean-Paul-Égide Martini, (1741 – 1816) was a composer of classical music. Sometimes known as Martini Il Tedesco, he is best known today for the vocal romance "Plaisir d'amour," on which the 1961 Elvis Presley pop standard "Can't Help Falling in Love" is based. Maria Theresia Paradis (also von Paradies) (1759 – 1824), was an Austrian musician and composer who lost her sight at an early age, and for whom Mozart may have written his Piano Concerto No. 18 in B-flat major. Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846 – 1916) was an Italian, later British, composer. Tosti is remembered for his light, expressive songs, which remain in the repertoire of many noted singers, including Luciano Pavarotti, José Carreras, and Andrea Bocelli. With: Ginevra Petrucci, flute and flauto d’amore Paola Pisa, piano Kostja Kostic, clarinet    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 12
7:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 12, 2018, 12/12/2018, Home for the Holidays: A Festive Evening of Three Centuries of Italian Music

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Workshop | 10 Steps To Starting Your Own Business
Are you interested in starting your business? Don’t know where to start? This workshop is for you. Subject matters include… How to develop a business plan. How to determine your legal structure. How to set up your bookkeeping. How to get permits and licenses. How to obtain financing.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Dec 13
2:00 pm

to 4:00 pm

Free

Workshops, December 13, 2018, 12/13/2018, 10 Steps To Starting Your Own Business
Concert | A mix of jazz, pop and classical music
EL&G is a duo combining the vocalist Elizabeth Luthringer and guitarist Gregory Askins. They will be performing classical aria’s from the Baroque and Romantic era, as well as a large variety of popular and jazz standards. Including works by Burt Bacharach, George & Ira Gershwin, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Irving Berlin, K.D. Lang, Lennon & McCartney, Carol King, and many more. This concert is a part of the Second Annual East Village Arts Festival.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Dec 13
5:00 pm

to 6:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 13, 2018, 12/13/2018, A mix of jazz, pop and classical music
Opening Reception | Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?: Photos of Well-Known Figures
Since his early commissions from Andy Warhol as a portrait photographer for Interview magazine, many of LaChapelle’s photographs of well-known figures in contemporary culture have become iconic in their own right. Included are Elton John, David Bowie, Faye Dunaway, Tupac Shakur, Dolly Parton, Amy Winehouse, Michael Jackson, and Hillary Clinton. This exhibition shows many of those David LaChapelle’s work that have never been previously exhibited.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Dec 13
6:00 pm

to 8:00 pm

Free

Opening Receptions, December 13, 2018, 12/13/2018, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?: Photos of Well-Known Figures
Master Class | Internationally-renowned Swedish cellist
Internationally-renowned Swedish cellist Frans Helmerson works with Juilliard cellists in a master class. He has performed under many conductors, including Sir Colin Davis, Maxim Shostakovich, Neemi Järvi, Evgeny Svetlanov, among others. He has performed throughout Europe, Asia, United States, and Russia.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Dec 13
7:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 13, 2018, 12/13/2018, Internationally-renowned Swedish cellist
Staged Reading | The Hope Hypothesis: a dark comedy
When a law student arrives at a government facility to finalize her immigration paperwork, her unusual birth certificate triggers an absurd series of events that take on a life of their own. The Hope Hypothesis is a dark comedy that asks how we have arrived at this place of suspicion and fear — and what it means to us as individuals and as a society. Written and Directed by Cat Miller. For all ages.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Dec 13
7:00 pm

to 9:00 pm

Free

Staged Readings, December 13, 2018, 12/13/2018, The Hope Hypothesis: a dark comedy
Classical Music | Ljova's Moving Pieces: An Adventurous Eveming of Music for Strings
Russian-born, New York–based composer and performer Ljova appears for an adventurous evening of his music for strings, featuring an expanded ensemble with members of the PUBLIQuartet, Secret Quartet, and special guests. Ljova's music has been performed by Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble, Louisville Orchestra, Brooklyn Rider, The Knights, A Far Cry, and many others. He is the leader of Ljova and the Kontraband, and a composer of numerous scores for film and dance. The music gleefully defies categorization and packs an emotional wallop.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Dec 13
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, December 13, 2018, 12/13/2018, Ljova's Moving Pieces: An Adventurous Eveming of Music for Strings

Friday, December 14, 2018

Talk | Before You Hang Up Your Hat: A Pre-Retirement Checklist
Whether you plan to retire in the coming year or in another ten years, there are important steps to take now to make sure that you’ll be prepared. Slav Kuzmin guides you through understanding where your income will come from, how best to manage your accounts, and how to be prepared for unexpected life events.           New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 14
12:00 pm

Free

Talks, December 14, 2018, 12/14/2018, Before You Hang Up Your Hat: A Pre-Retirement Checklist
Classical Music | Christmas Carols and Traditional Songs at a Major NYC Cathedral
Syosset High School Chamber Singers; Kristin Howell, director. Program Samuel A. Ward America Rosephanye Powell The Word Was God Traditional Spanish Carol J. Reading Adeste Fideles Daniel Gawthrop Sing Me to Heaven arr. Andre Thomas African Noel English Carol, arr. J. Stainer God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen George F. Handel, arr. Lowell Mason Joy to the World Javier Busto Ave Maria Traditional Senegal, arr. Brian Tate Kaki Lambe Greg Gilpin Ding-a Ding-a Ding Kim Andre Arnesen Even When He Is Silent Traditional Spiritual, arr. William Dawson Ev’ry Time I Feel the Spirit Traditional Hebrew Shalom, My Friends Traditional, arr. Deke Sharon Go Tell It on the Mountain    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 14
1:45 pm

to 2:45 pm

Free

Concerts, December 14, 2018, 12/14/2018, Christmas Carols and Traditional Songs at a Major NYC Cathedral
Lesson | Strengthen Your Resume
Even if you have great skills and qualifications, it can still be challenging to find a good job with a decent salary. If you aren’t getting interviews, it’s time to strengthen your resume. This workshop is a crash course for people who want to revise their resumes. The class will discuss how companies hire new staff, the 3 sections of a job posting, and address each resume section separately.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 14
3:30 pm

to 5:30 pm

Free

Lessons, December 14, 2018, 12/14/2018, Strengthen Your Resume
Classical Music | Works by Brahms, Prokofiev and more
Halam Kim, Viola. Program Paul Hindemith (1895-1963) Sonata for Solo Viola Op.25 No.1 Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953) (arr. Vadim Borisovsky) Selected pieces from the ballet “Romeo and Juliet” Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Zwei Gesänge, Op. 91 George Rochberg (1918-2005) Sonata for Viola and Piano (1979)    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 14
4:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 14, 2018, 12/14/2018, Works by Brahms, Prokofiev and more
Performance | Bang Bang Gun Amok II: A 24-hour Performance Marathon on American Gun Culture
George Emilio Sanchez's Bang Bang Gun Amok II is a 24-hour performance marathon that addresses how gun culture is historically embedded in the United States. Artists, activists, scholars, Lower East Side youth, and gun violence survivors unite in a spirit of solidarity to call for an end to a culture of violence. Featuring performances by Vernon Reid, Eva Yaa Asantewaa, Maura Donohue, Charmaine Warren, Edisa Weeks, It's Showtime NYC, Suzanne Gardinier, Paz Tanjuaquio, Tyemba Jess, Nicky Paraiso, Irene Hultman, luciana achugar, Ella Wylde, Alex Vitale and much more.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 14
6:00 pm

$5-$20 suggested donation...

Performances, December 14, 2018, 12/14/2018, Bang Bang Gun Amok II: A 24-hour Performance Marathon on American Gun Culture
Performance | Building Dante: Bring a Classic to Life
In 2017, Teatro delle Albe started to follow an artistic path with the objective of transfering the Italian masterpiece that triggered the start of the Italian language and literature -- The Divine Comedy -- to the stage. This performance embraces what the author defines as an “enchanting vision," able to include its focus on the whole of humanity in its diverse experience, from the obscene annoyance of Inferno (Hell) to the melancholic color change of Purgatory, to its rise to a level where vision and words turn themselves into an indescribable Paradise.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 14
6:30 pm

Free

Performances, December 14, 2018, 12/14/2018, Building Dante: Bring a Classic to Life
Comedy Club | An Evening of Standup Comedy
A standup comedy show featuring comics who have appeared on NBC, TruTV, Comedy Central and more.
   New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 14
7:30 pm

No cover, no...

Comedy Clubs, December 14, 2018, 12/14/2018, An Evening of Standup Comedy
Concert | The Art Mob, an Uncommon A Cappella Group
The Art Mob, an uncommon a cappella vocal group, wows audiences with an oddball mix of arcane, witty, and occasionally heartrending music from bygone days. The 13-member Mob’s inimitable offerings include Victorian parlor songs, Sacred Harp hymns, jazz and doo-wop, 1920s radio gospel, scary old children’s ditties, Tin Pan Alley numbers, English folk tunes, temperance anthems—you name it. The Art Mob is: Brent Frederick (music director), Connie Beckley, Bernadette Bizer, Hannah Sage Campbell, Gaynor Coté, Martin Donach, Frank Donno, Richard Haas, Anne Kostick, Jaye Maynard, Dean Rainey, and Kirsten Skrinde.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 14
8:00 pm

suggested donation $10

Concerts, December 14, 2018, 12/14/2018, The Art Mob, an Uncommon A Cappella Group

Saturday, December 15, 2018

City Walk | Union Square, Broadway, and SoHo Historic Walking Tour
Learn about the making of New York City's most notable and celebrated public squares. Then, take a stroll down New York's most famous street--learn about its origins as a Lenape trail, and how it eventually became the main artery of the most populous city in the United States. Finally, we walk through scenic SoHo, exploring both the neighborhood's recent history as well as some sordid tales from centuries past.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Dec 15
11:00 am

to 1:00 pm

Free

City Walks, December 15, 2018, 12/15/2018, Union Square, Broadway, and SoHo Historic Walking Tour
Reading | What the Dickens? Ninth Annual A Christmas Carol Marathon Reading
Dozens of terrific writers and performers gather for a reading of Charles Dickens’s holiday classic. Drop in early and often to catch a selection of performers, or linger through the afternoon for the whole, spirited tale. Festivities will kick off at 12PM with Christmas caroling from members of the New York City Master Chorale. The reading will begin at 1PM.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Dec 15
12:00 pm

to 4:30 pm

Free

Readings, December 15, 2018, 12/15/2018, What the Dickens? Ninth Annual A Christmas Carol Marathon Reading
Workshop | Creative Sculpture Workshop: Explore 3D Design with Cardboard
Learn how to design and build three-dimensional objects from recycled cardboard! This workshop will include construction, design and assembly methods. There will be a demonstration of applying volume to a flat shape.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Dec 15
1:00 pm

to 4:30 pm

Free

Workshops, December 15, 2018, 12/15/2018, Creative Sculpture Workshop: Explore 3D Design with Cardboard
City Walk | East Village Sights and Sounds Tour
Downtown Manhattan's East Village is one of NYC's most beloved neighborhood's for good reason--it's home to one of the world's most renown centers of architectural study, a 163 year old bar, was the center of the punk rock scene and Nuyorican literary movement, and even holds a cemetery where a President was once buried. This walking tour showcases the the rich history of a neighborhood that means so much to so many.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Dec 15
2:00 pm

to 4:00 pm

Free

City Walks, December 15, 2018, 12/15/2018, East Village Sights and Sounds Tour
Concert | Ancient Russian Romances, Italian Serenades, Songs in English and Hebrew
Singer Lyudmila Krivorutskaya will perform a program will feature ancient Russian romances, lyrical songs, serenades in Italian, psalms, and songs in English and Hebrew. Pianist Svetlana Levina will perform classical works by famous composers of the 19th and 20th centuries.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Dec 15
2:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 15, 2018, 12/15/2018, Ancient Russian Romances, Italian Serenades, Songs in English and Hebrew
Classical Music | Works by Shostakovich, Debussy and more
Pre-College Symphony; Adam Glaser, conductor; Charled Zandieh, cello. Program Shostakovich (1906-1975) Festive Overture, Op. 96 Debussy (1862-1918) Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun Kabalevsky (1904-1987) Cello concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 49 Dvorak (1841-1904) Symphony No. 8 in G Major, Op. 88    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Dec 15
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, December 15, 2018, 12/15/2018, Works by Shostakovich, Debussy and more

Sunday, December 16, 2018

City Walk | Historic Greenwich Village Tour: Beats, Bohemians, and Icons from the 1950's to Today
Bob Dylan, Richard Pryor, Edgar Allen Poe, Jane Jacobs, James Baldwin, Jack Kerouac, Dave Attell, Patti Smith, Joan Baez, and Truman Capote are just a few of the thousands of accomplished artists, writers, radicals, and performers who made their way through Greenwich Village. This tour, primarily focusing on the 1950s onward, visits the hangouts that have defined legendary people and the spirit of this iconic neighborhood.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sun, Dec 16
2:00 pm

to 4:00 pm

Free

City Walks, December 16, 2018, 12/16/2018, Historic Greenwich Village Tour: Beats, Bohemians, and Icons from the 1950's to Today
Concert | The Art Mob, an Uncommon A Cappella Group
The Art Mob, an uncommon a cappella vocal group, wows audiences with an oddball mix of arcane, witty, and occasionally heartrending music from bygone days. The 13-member Mob’s inimitable offerings include Victorian parlor songs, Sacred Harp hymns, jazz and doo-wop, 1920s radio gospel, scary old children’s ditties, Tin Pan Alley numbers, English folk tunes, temperance anthems—you name it. The Art Mob is: Brent Frederick (music director), Connie Beckley, Bernadette Bizer, Hannah Sage Campbell, Gaynor Coté, Martin Donach, Frank Donno, Richard Haas, Anne Kostick, Jaye Maynard, Dean Rainey, and Kirsten Skrinde.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sun, Dec 16
3:00 pm

$10 suggested...

Concerts, December 16, 2018, 12/16/2018, The Art Mob, an Uncommon A Cappella Group
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. At the piano will be Rachel Kaufman, who has music directed and/or played for over 200 musicals world-wide, including tours of Rent, Phantom of the Opera, Ain't Misbehavin', and Smokey Joe’s Café.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sun, Dec 16
7:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 16, 2018, 12/16/2018, Broadway showtunes, American Songbook favorites

Monday, December 17, 2018

Talk | Crime and Crime Fiction, with Bestselling Author Lee Child
Lee Child, the author of twenty-four novels and numerous short stories and one of the world's bestselling fiction writers, will focus on the rising popularity of crime fiction in contemporary society: the relationship of "crime" to crime. He will consider the function of the genre and its evolutionary status, whether it corresponds to a rise or a reduction in crime, or compensates for it, or in some way helps to guard against it.    New York City, NY; NYC

Mon, Dec 17
4:30 pm

Free

Talks, December 17, 2018, 12/17/2018, Crime and Crime Fiction, with Bestselling Author Lee Child
Film | Ingmar Bergman's The Silence (1963): two sides of a single woman
The film focuses on two sisters, the younger a sensuous woman with a young son, the elder more intellectually oriented and seriously ill, and their tense relationship as they travel toward home through a fictional Central European country on the brink of war. 105 min. The film is the third in a series of thematically related films, following Through a Glass Darkly (1961) and Winter Light (1963), which is sometimes considered a trilogy.' Ernst Ingmar Bergman (1918 – 2007) was a Swedish director, writer, and producer who worked in film, television, theatre and radio. Considered to be among the most accomplished and influential filmmakers of all time, Bergman's renowned works include Smiles of a Summer Night (1955), The Seventh Seal (1957), Wild Strawberries (1957), The Silence (1963), Persona (1966), Cries and Whispers (1972), Scenes from a Marriage (1973), and Fanny and Alexander (1982).    New York City, NY; NYC

Mon, Dec 17
6:00 pm

Free

Films, December 17, 2018, 12/17/2018, Ingmar Bergman's The Silence (1963): two sides of a single woman
Classical Music | Wind Quintet performs: works by Leonard Bernstein, Lee Hoiby and more
Dorian Wind Quintet: Gretchen Pusch, flute; Gerard Reuter, oboe; Benjamin Fingland, clarinet; Adrian Morejon, bassoon; Karl Kramer-Johansen, horn; Abigail Fischer, mezzo-soprano; Aaron Wunsch, piano. “One of chamber music’s most sparkling and eloquent ensembles” (TIME Magazine), the Dorian Wind Quintet joins forces with “luminous” mezzo-soprano Abigail Fischer (New York Times) for Lee Hoiby’s zesty, hilarious operatic portrait of Julia Child baking a chocolate cake, Bon Appétit! The Dorian also brings their “extraordinary accuracy and spirit” (New York Times) to both classic and contemporary American music, and Fischer offers Leonard Bernstein’s delicious song cycle of recipes, La Bonne Cuisine. "Ms. Fischer sings with a passionate restraint that has no equal in her generation" (New York Times). Program Lee Hoiby Bon Appétit!  Leonard Bernstein La Bonne Cuisine Samuel Barber Summer Music George Perle Wind Quintet No. 1 Elliott Carter Woodwind Quintet    New York City, NY; NYC

Mon, Dec 17
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, December 17, 2018, 12/17/2018, Wind Quintet performs: works by Leonard Bernstein, Lee Hoiby and more

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Jazz | Dixieland Jazz with the Gotham Jazzmen
The Gotham Jazzmen bring their take on Dixieland Jazz. The band features: Ed Bonoff on drums; James Collier on trombone; Lee Lorenz on cornet; Pete Sokolow on piano; Dick Waldburger on bass; Ernie Lumer on clarinet; and Bill Wurtzel on guitar. Doors open at 11:45 am.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Dec 18
12:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 18, 2018, 12/18/2018, Dixieland Jazz with the Gotham Jazzmen
Film | Nigeria: A Failed State? : a close look on Africa's most populous country
Political repression, rampant corruption, ethnic and sectarian strife, crumbling infrastructure, energy shortages, and an economy hooked on oil and mining all make Africa’s most populous country a basket case, according to this hard-hitting jeremiad. Robert Nwadiaru ranges through Nigeria’s history since it gained independence in 1960, finding in it a story of vast potential and natural resources that have been squandered by misrule.  A former Religious Brother, Nwadiaru has passion for what happens in human society. He has written many articles in a variety of publications.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Dec 18
3:00 pm

to 4:00 pm

Free

Films, December 18, 2018, 12/18/2018, Nigeria: A Failed State? : a close look on Africa's most populous country
Author Reading | Dream: Re-Imagining Progressive Politics in an Age of Fantasy Discussion with the author at the 10th anniversary of publishing
Professor and author Stephen Duncombe will discuss his book Dream: Re-Imagining Progressive Politics in an Age of Fantasy, now in re-print to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its publishing. Stephen Duncombe is the author of Dream: Re-Imagining Progressive Politics in an Age of Fantasy and Notes From Underground: Zines and the Politics of Underground Culture, co-author of The Bobbed Haired Bandit: Crime and Celebrity in 1920s New York, editor of the Cultural Resistance Reader, and co-editor of White Riot: Punk Rock and the Politics of Race.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Dec 18
5:30 pm

Free

Author Readings, December 18, 2018, 12/18/2018, Dream: Re-Imagining Progressive Politics in an Age of Fantasy Discussion with the author at the 10th anniversary of publishing

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Workshop | Interviewing & Selling Yourself
An interactive sessions for career coaching, skill-building, peer feedback, networking, and help staying focused on your goals.  Learn proven techniques to accelerate your work, while exploring all stages of the job search.   This session is a discussion of the interview process, including how to prepare, what questions to ask, and how to answer those difficult questions you hope they will never ask but always do. Be ready for some practice time.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 19
10:30 am

to 12:00 pm

Free

Workshops, December 19, 2018, 12/19/2018, Interviewing & Selling Yourself
Classical Music | Christmas Carols at a Major NYC Cathedral
Monique Retzlaff, director. Program Kim Andre Arnesen Even When He Is Silent Traditional, arr. M. Retzlaff O Come All Ye Faithful Stacey V. Gibbs Wade in the Water Will Todd The Lord Has Come Stacey V. Gibbs All My Trials G.F. Handel O Thou That Tellest Traditional Irish Danny Boy Traditional Carols Silent Night, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, Carol of the Bells (arr. Retzlaff), Carol of the Wisemen Smith, arr. Retzlaff The Star Spangled Banner Berlin, arr. Retzlaff God Bless America Memli Kelmendi Agnus Dei Sergey Khvoshchinsky Ave Maria    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 19
1:45 pm

to 2:45 pm

Free

Concerts, December 19, 2018, 12/19/2018, Christmas Carols at a Major NYC Cathedral
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, Dec 19
2:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 19, 2018, 12/19/2018, Renowned Jazz Guitarist and His Trio
Lecture | How to Get Employers Interested in You
In this seminar you will learn: * How to present yourself powerfully to create demand for what you have to offer * How to redefine your direction so people can appreciate your value * Low key ways to keep in touch and make people want to meet with you again as needed * Plan your job efforts to make the time you spend productive and m    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 19
6:00 pm

to 7:30 pm

Free

Lectures, December 19, 2018, 12/19/2018, How to Get Employers Interested in You
Author Reading | How to Read A Protest: L.A. Kauffman with Avram Finkelstein
This illustrated history documents America’s major demonstrations, beginning with the 1963 March on Washington, by showing the ways protests work and how their character has shifted over time. Using the very signs that demonstrators carried as indicators of the organization behind various actions, How to Read a Protest explores the relationship between the way movements are built and the ultimate impact they have on fomenting change. Author and grassroots organizer L.A. Kauffman will be joined in conversation by Avram Finkelstein, an artist and founding member of the Silence=Death and Gran Fury collectives.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 19
6:30 pm

Free

Author Readings, December 19, 2018, 12/19/2018, How to Read A Protest: L.A. Kauffman with Avram Finkelstein
Classical Music | Music for Time Travelers: Haydn and Others -- works that incorporate, transform, and deconstruct music from the past
Program: Caroline Shaw: Punctum Joseph Haydn: String Quartet in C Major, Op. 20 No. 2 Caroline Shaw: Entr’acte Osvaldo Golijov: Tenebrae Classical music more than any other genre is defined by the past, with a clearly-defined canon that is fixed in time. Modern composers have to contend and wrestle with this overwhelming heritage. In this program, members of Grammy-nominated orchestra, A Far Cry, will play works that incorporate, transform, and deconstruct music from the past, as well as one piece from the classical canon that projects into the future.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 19
7:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 19, 2018, 12/19/2018, Music for Time Travelers: Haydn and Others -- works that incorporate, transform, and deconstruct music from the past

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Workshop | Finding the Hidden Job Market
Did you know that only 10% of job seekers actually get a job by applying online? So where can you find the jobs? Amy Geffen discusses the 4 key ways to find a job, 5 ways to expand your network, how to create a job marketing plan, how to reach out directly to companies to get interviews and job offers, and how to follow up after a meeting or interview.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Dec 20
6:00 pm

to 7:30 pm

Free

Workshops, December 20, 2018, 12/20/2018, Finding the Hidden Job Market
Classical Music | Celebration of Ned Rorem, One of America's Most Honored Composers
Help celebrate of one of America’s most honored composers, Ned Rorem, as the Library commemorates his 95th year. Pianist Carolyn Enger presents an evening of music by Rorem, along with music by his student, Daron Hagen, and his friend and colleague, Leonard Bernstein. Live music performance will be accompanied by projections, plus memories from Rorem’s students, colleagues, and friends.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Dec 20
7:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 20, 2018, 12/20/2018, Celebration of Ned Rorem, One of America's Most Honored Composers
Classical Music | Choral works: Christmas Carols at a Major NYC Cathedral
Celebrate this joyful time of the year with traditional and contemporary Christmas hymns and carols! To end the evening, the Cathedral lights are dimmed to allow the candle lights to illuminate the Cathedral as "Silent Night" is sung. Featuring Glen Cove High School Select Chorale, Edward Norris, Director. Young People's Chorus of New York, Francisco Nüñez, Director.  St. Patrick's Cathedral Choir, Dr. Jennifer Pascual, Director.  The Cathedral Organs, Daniel Brondel and Michael Hey, Organists. New York Symphonic Brass    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Dec 20
7:00 pm

to 9:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 20, 2018, 12/20/2018, Choral works: Christmas Carols at a Major NYC Cathedral
Concert | Grammy-Nominated salsera Miss YaYa: Mix of Salsa, Merengue and Bachata
With her strong, resonant voice and electrifying stage presence, Grammy-nominated salsera Miss YaYa brings her high-energy mix of urban salsa, merengue, and bachata to the Atrium. The native New Yorker with Dominican and Puerto Rican roots started out on television singing competitions before being named the frontwoman of the DLG salsa crew. While she still works with DLG, she has also broken out as a formidable solo artist and bandleader on the salsa scene. Join her for a perfect December night on the dance floor.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Dec 20
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, December 20, 2018, 12/20/2018, Grammy-Nominated salsera Miss YaYa: Mix of Salsa, Merengue and Bachata

Friday, December 21, 2018

Concert | Characters of the Dance: Costumed Models and a Holiday Sing-Along
Composer/conductor Andrew Bolotowsky plays masterpieces for Baroque flute and accompanies the audience as they sing assorted holiday music to celebrate the season, led by Mary Hurlbut. In the Baroque portion of the program, costumed models will gesture with pantomime and early ballet steps to Jean Fery Rebel’s Les Caracteres de la dance (1715). Representing different “characters,” they will invite the audience and passersby to imitate a step or two, and to take one the personas. Additional pieces for flute will include Antonio Vivaldi’s Spring (1725) transposed for flute by Jean Jacques Rousseau and published in 1775, George Frideric Handel’s The Royal Fireworks Music (1749), and François Couperin’s Le Rossignol en amour Avec double (1722). The program will close with a sing-along of carefully selected Christmas Carols led by Santa Claus.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 21
12:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 21, 2018, 12/21/2018, Characters of the Dance: Costumed Models and a Holiday Sing-Along
Concert | Winter Solstice Procession: Sounds in the Park
The performers communicate with each other from varying distances in the park, blending in with sounds of the space as well as playing through them. Undulating in and out of proximity with each other, the musicians become part of the park while simultaneously transforming the landscape into something out of the ordinary. Traversing the familiar pathways of the park and into the installation area, they siphon the energy around them and meld it with their own sonic force, wrapping it all around the space and highlighting it as a truly special and unusual retreat. This piece, conceived by Will Epstein and performed in collaboration with Kenny Wollesen and his group, was created to be a ritualized induction and celebration of Arlene Shechet’s work.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 21
5:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 21, 2018, 12/21/2018, Winter Solstice Procession: Sounds in the Park
Concert | Winter Luminaria: Musical Procession
An evening of innovative musical performance featuring a procession through Greenwich Village that begins and ends with a solstice soundscape set aglow with enchanting lights. The evening’s musical commission is titled “Cold Moon Consort” in reference to 2018’s winter solstice and the December full moon occurring within the same day. Arrive and receive a small flashlight to participate in the spectacle and illuminate the performance route.   Presented by Composer Patrick Grant and Tilted Axes: Music for Mobile Electric Guitars.      New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 21
5:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 21, 2018, 12/21/2018, Winter Luminaria: Musical Procession
Concert | A Procession of Medieval Melodies: Headlamp-clad Singers Walk While Singing
Pilgrimage: headlamp-clad singers will walk a route along a beautiful NYC Park while singing medieval melodies once sung on the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. Early Music songs include selections from Cantigas de Santa Maria, Llibre Vermell de Montserrat and The Coventry Carol. Singers of all skill levels are invited to join, from absolute beginners to early music specialists — no rehearsal necessary! Headlamps and scores will be distributed on loan for the first twenty-five singers to arrive. The walk takes place under the guidance of conductor James John, Artistic Director of the Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble,     New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 21
5:30 pm

Free

Concerts, December 21, 2018, 12/21/2018, A Procession of Medieval Melodies: Headlamp-clad Singers Walk While Singing
Parade | Bell by Bell Community Parade -- Free Pizza!
Artist Tom Peyton and friends lead this popular community parade through the East Village. Participants are each given a color-coded hand bell that plays a specific note. As the ensemble wends its way through the streets of the neighborhood, a team of conductors wave corresponding colored flags in time with a series of specially curated compositions, prompting participants to collectively contribute to sonorous, atmospheric soundscapes that intensify as the group learns to work and play together. The parade wraps up at Two Boots Pizza, where participants can warm up with free slices and soda courtesy of the restaurant. Hand bells on loan will be distributed to the first hundred participants to arrive.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 21
5:30 pm

Free

Parades, December 21, 2018, 12/21/2018, Bell by Bell Community Parade -- Free Pizza!
Parade | Ukulele Caroling Parade
Calling all ukes!  Players of all skill levels are welcomed and encouraged to join the first ever winter solstice gathering of ukuleles in a Village parade. The evening will feature classic holiday and repertoire tunes for the ukulele and is suitable for players of all ages. If you want to partake, but do not have a ukulele, just bring along a kazoo, bell or shaker to play along.    New York City, NY; NYC

Fri, Dec 21
6:00 pm

Free

Parades, December 21, 2018, 12/21/2018, Ukulele Caroling Parade

Saturday, December 22, 2018

City Walk | Historic Greenwich Village Tour: Beats, Bohemians, and Icons from the 1950's to Today
Bob Dylan, Richard Pryor, Edgar Allen Poe, Jane Jacobs, James Baldwin, Jack Kerouac, Dave Attell, Patti Smith, Joan Baez, and Truman Capote are just a few of the thousands of accomplished artists, writers, radicals, and performers who made their way through Greenwich Village. This tour, primarily focusing on the 1950s onward, visits the hangouts that have defined legendary people and the spirit of this iconic neighborhood.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Dec 22
2:00 pm

to 4:00 pm

Free

City Walks, December 22, 2018, 12/22/2018, Historic Greenwich Village Tour: Beats, Bohemians, and Icons from the 1950's to Today
Film | Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018): A superhero movie based on marvel comics
As Scott Lang balances being both a Super Hero and a father, Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym present an urgent new mission that finds the Ant-Man fighting alongside The Wasp to uncover secrets from their past. Director: Peyton Reed. Starring Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Peña. 118 min.    New York City, NY; NYC

Sat, Dec 22
2:00 pm

Free

Films, December 22, 2018, 12/22/2018, Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018): A superhero movie based on marvel comics

Monday, December 24, 2018

City Walk | Historic Greenwich Village Tour: Beats, Bohemians, and Icons from the 1950's to Today
Bob Dylan, Richard Pryor, Edgar Allen Poe, Jane Jacobs, James Baldwin, Jack Kerouac, Dave Attell, Patti Smith, Joan Baez, and Truman Capote are just a few of the thousands of accomplished artists, writers, radicals, and performers who made their way through Greenwich Village. This tour, primarily focusing on the 1950s onward, visits the hangouts that have defined legendary people and the spirit of this iconic neighborhood.    New York City, NY; NYC

Mon, Dec 24
11:00 am

to 1:00 pm

Free

City Walks, December 24, 2018, 12/24/2018, Historic Greenwich Village Tour: Beats, Bohemians, and Icons from the 1950's to Today

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Screening | Dance on Film: 200 Years of Petipa, the Man Who Created The Nutcracker, Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty
In celebration of the bicentennial of Marius Petipa’s birth, The New York Times’ Chief Dance Critic Alastair Macaulay will conclude his two-part exploration into the work of this master choreographer. Marius Ivanovich Petipa, born Victor Marius Alphonse Petipa (1818 – 1910), was a French and Russian ballet dancer, pedagogue and choreographer. Petipa is considered to be one of the most influential ballet masters and choreographers in ballet history. Marius Petipa is noted for his long career as Premier maître de ballet (First Ballet Master) of the St. Petersburg Imperial Theatres, a position he held from 1871 until 1903. Petipa created over fifty ballets, some of which have survived in versions either faithful to, inspired by, or reconstructed from the original. Among these works, he is most known for The Pharaoh's Daughter (1862); Don Quixote (1869); La Bayadère (1877);  The Sleeping Beauty (1890); The Nutcracker (likely choreographed by Lev Ivanov, perhaps with Petipa's counsel and instruction) (1892); Raymonda (1898). Petipa revived a substantial number of works created by other choreographers. Many of these revivals would go on to become the definitive editions on which all subsequent productions would be based. The most famous of these revivals were Le Corsaire, Giselle, La Esmeralda, Coppélia, and Swan Lake (with Lev Ivanov).    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 26
1:00 pm

Free

Screenings, December 26, 2018, 12/26/2018, Dance on Film: 200 Years of Petipa, the Man Who Created The Nutcracker, Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty
City Walk | Historic Greenwich Village Tour: Beats, Bohemians, and Icons from the 1950's to Today
Bob Dylan, Richard Pryor, Edgar Allen Poe, Jane Jacobs, James Baldwin, Jack Kerouac, Dave Attell, Patti Smith, Joan Baez, and Truman Capote are just a few of the thousands of accomplished artists, writers, radicals, and performers who made their way through Greenwich Village. This tour, primarily focusing on the 1950s onward, visits the hangouts that have defined legendary people and the spirit of this iconic neighborhood.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Dec 26
2:00 pm

to 4:00 pm

Free

City Walks, December 26, 2018, 12/26/2018, Historic Greenwich Village Tour: Beats, Bohemians, and Icons from the 1950's to Today

Monday, December 31, 2018

Classical Music | A Concert to Usher in the New Year
Hear the grand Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ with its newly restored Celestial division in the dome, one of New York’s greatest musical treasures. Festive works from the thrilling corpus of organ literature will be heard, all to magnify the evening’s celebration. A free champagne reception will follow the concert.    New York City, NY; NYC

Mon, Dec 31
11:00 pm

Free

Concerts, December 31, 2018, 12/31/2018, A Concert to Usher in the New Year

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Jazz | Etienne Charles, Renowned Trumpeter: Signature Creole Soul
Hailed by The New York Times as "an auteur" and by JazzTimes as a "daring improviser who delivers with heart wrenching lyricism,” Trinidad-born trumpet player, percussionist, and composer Etienne Charles has earned a reputation for blending the myriad rhythms and sounds of the Caribbean and American South (especially New Orleans jazz) into his signature style of Creole soul. A Juilliard grad and a 2015 Guggenheim Fellow, Charles is a member of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Swing Collective. His forthcoming album, Carnival: The Sound of a People Vol. 1, is an excursion into the varied acoustic sounds, grooves, chants, and rituals of Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago. For this special evening, Charles will premiere a commissioned work inspired by the diverse immigrant experiences of the Americas.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 4
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, January 03, 2019, 01/03/2019, Etienne Charles, Renowned Trumpeter: Signature Creole Soul

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Author Reading | The First Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill George Washington
Taking place during the most critical period of our nation’s birth, Brad Meltzer's book tells a remarkable and previously untold piece of American history that not only reveals George Washington’s character, but also illuminates the origins of America’s counterintelligence movement that led to the modern day CIA.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 9
7:00 pm

Free

Author Readings, January 08, 2019, 01/08/2019, The First Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill George Washington

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Film | A Screening and a Ghanaian Drumming Performance
An evening celebrating exhibition artist Paa Joe and the culture of his native Ghana. The evening will begin with a film screening of the documentary Paa Joe & The Lion, followed by a Q&A with director Benjamin Wigley and exhibition curator Valérie Rousseau. The program will conclude with a musical performance by a Ghanaian drumming ensemble led by Master Drummer Hola Kutte and a Ghanaian street snack reception catered by Brooklyn-based Kelewele.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 16
6:00 pm

$5

Films, January 15, 2019, 01/15/2019, A Screening and a Ghanaian Drumming Performance

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Opening Reception | I Can’t Sleep: Homage to a Uyghur Homeland: A Photographic Installation
Women and children – posturing, gazing, playing on bed frames – become “coincidental subjects,” their vivid garments sharply accentuated against the muted earth tones of the vast Taklamakan Desert. This far west region of China (Xinjiang), home to the Uyghur people, is a place Lisa Ross has imaged and imagined for over 15 years.  Recently, the Chinese state has amplified its efforts to forcibly assimilate minority populations, imbuing the artist with a sense of urgency to display these pictures.      New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 18
6:00 pm

to 8:00 pm

Free

Opening Receptions, January 17, 2019, 01/17/2019, I Can’t Sleep: Homage to a Uyghur Homeland: A Photographic Installation
Concert | Lyrical Melodies, Traditional Korean Instruments, Amplified Guitars
Lyrical melodies performed on traditional Korean folk instruments are amplified with guitar, electronics, and improvisation into a fierce quake of sound when this four-piece band hits the stage. Founded in 2011, Black String has performed at festivals and venues around the world, including the Jarasum International Jazz Festival in South Korea, the London Jazz Festival, The Kennedy Center, Flushing Town Hall, and Rockwood Music Hall. Tonight they present “an engaging exploration of what can be achieved by bringing ancient and modern into creative fusion” (Jazzwise). With Yoon Jeong Heo | geomun-go; six-string zither Jean Oh | elec. guitars Aram Lee | daegeum, yanggeum Min Wang Hwang | vocal, percussion      New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 18
7:30 pm

Free

Concerts, January 17, 2019, 01/17/2019, Lyrical Melodies, Traditional Korean Instruments, Amplified Guitars

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Classical Music | Works by Mozart, Puccini and more
A concert of arias and songs from beloved composers such as Mozart (1756-1791), Puccini (1858-1924), Kern (1885-1945), Sondheim (b.1930) and more. Performers: Kristen Henry, soprano; Cody Wymore, piano; William Reid, singer.    New York City, NY; NYC

Wed, Jan 24
7:00 pm

Free

Concerts, January 23, 2019, 01/23/2019, Works by Mozart, Puccini and more

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Author Reading | Hummingbirds in the Trenches: Poor and Black in Baltimore
Kondwani Fidel's Hummingbirds in the Trenches is a collection of essays and poems that explore oppressive educational systems, police brutality, violence, and mental health issues: things that are commonplace for poor black people in Baltimore, and throughout America.    New York City, NY; NYC

Thu, Jan 25
7:00 pm

Free

Author Readings, January 24, 2019, 01/24/2019, Hummingbirds in the Trenches: Poor and Black in Baltimore

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Author Reading | The Falconer: Dana Czapnik discusses her book with literary giant Salman Rushdie
New York, 1993. Seventeen-year-old Lucy Adler, a street-smart, trash-talking baller, is often the only girl on the public courts. At turns quixotic and cynical, insecure and self-possessed, Lucy is in unrequited love with her best friend and pick-up teammate Percy, scion to a prominent New York family who insists he wishes to resist upper crust fate. As she navigates this complex relationship with all its youthful heartache, Lucy is seduced by a different kind of life—one less consumed by conventional success and the approval of men. A pair of provocative female artists living in what remains of New York’s bohemia invite her into their world, but soon even their paradise begins to show cracks. Told in vibrant, quicksilver prose, The Falconer is a “wholly original coming-of-age story” (Chloe Benjamin, bestselling author), providing a snapshot of the city and America through the eyes of the children of the baby boomers grappling with privilege and the fading of radical hopes. Salman Rushdie is the author of twelve novels—Grimus, Midnight’s Children (for which he won the Booker Prize and the Best of the Booker), Shame, The Satanic Verses, Haroun and The Sea of Stories, The Moor’s Last Sigh, The Ground Beneath Her Feet, Fury, Shalimar the Clown, The Enchantress of Florence, Luka and the Fire of Life, and Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights—and one collection of short stories: East, West.    New York City, NY; NYC

Tue, Jan 30
7:00 pm

Free

Author Readings, January 29, 2019, 01/29/2019, The Falconer: Dana Czapnik discusses her book with literary giant Salman Rushdie
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