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40 free events take place on Wednesday, February 5 in New York City. Don't miss the opportunities that only New York provides! Exciting, high quality, unique and off the beaten path free events and free things to do take place in New York today, tonight, tomorrow and each day of the year, any time of the day: whether it's a weekday or a weekend, day or night, morning or evening or afternoon, December or July, April or November! These events will take your breath away!

New York City (NYC) never ceases to amaze you with quantity and quality of its free culture and free entertainment. Check out February 5 and see for yourself. Summer or Winter, Spring or Fall! Just click on any day of the calendar above and you'll find most inspiring and entertaining free events to go to and free things to do on each day of February . Don't miss the opportunities that only New York provides!

Some events take place all year long: same day of the week, same time there are there for you to take advantage of. One of the oldest free weekly events in Manhattan is Dixieland Jazz with the Gotham Jazzmen, which happen at noon every Tuesday. Another example of an event that you can attend all year round on weekdays is Federal Reserve Bank Tour, which takes place every week day at 1 pm (but advanced reservations are required). You can take at least 13 free tours every day of the year, except the New Year Day, July 4th, and the Christmas Day. If you are classical music afficionado, you can spend whole day in New York going from one free classical concert to another. If you love theater, then New York gives you an option to attend plays and musicals free of charge, or at deep discount. You just need to have information about it. And we are here to make that information available to you.
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Wednesday, February 5, 2020

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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
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Tours, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, 13 Tours, All City Neighborhoods, Any Time Of The Day, Choose One Tour Or Many

Film | George Clooney's Six Time Oscar Nominated Good Night, and Good Luck. (2005): Senator McCarthy Against Journalist


Broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow looks to bring down Senator Joseph McCarthy. 93 min. Director: George Clooney. Starring David Strathairn, George Clooney, Patricia Clarkson.  The film was nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director for Clooney and Best Actor for Strathairn.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Films, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, George Clooney's Six Time Oscar Nominated Good Night, and Good Luck. (2005): Senator McCarthy Against Journalist

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
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Tours, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, City Hall Tour For Individuals

Lecture | Kenzaburō Ōe, Africa, and Mr. Delchef: Non-Aligning Japan


Ōe Kenzaburō’s 1964 novel A Personal Matter begins with the protagonist looking at a map of Africa. What does this opening scene have to do with the novel’s intrigue, which involves a baby, Soviet nuclear tests, and a peculiar Balkan diplomat? The beginnings of an answer are in Ōe’s work with the Tokyo-based Committee for African and Asian Writers and his contributions to its magazine, Asia-Africa Bulletin, which connect his most famous novel to a less known concern with the decolonization of Asia and Africa. Professor Christopher Hill argues that A Personal Matter outlined a new way of understanding Japan’s positionality in the postwar world. In Ōe’s view, the role of the Japanese state in the U.S.-Soviet confrontation defined Japanese intellectuals’ Sartrean “situation”—the position in which they had to act—but did not limit the non-aligned alliances with other parts of the world that they could imagine for themselves and the country.
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Lectures, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Kenzaburō Ōe, Africa, and Mr. Delchef: Non-Aligning Japan

Lecture | Political Protest and Culture in Today's Russia


A lecture by Anna Narinskaya, a journalist, literary critic, curator, and political activist. Since 2018, she has served as chair of the jury for the independent literary prize NOS. Narinskaya extensively publishes on culture and social subjects in major Russian newspapers such as Kommersant and Novaya Gazeta, and contributes to various programs on radio and non-state TV. She lives in Moscow.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Lectures, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Political Protest and Culture in Today's Russia

Author Reading | San Francisco Year Zero: Political Upheaval, Punk Rock, and a Third-Place Baseball Team


The story of San Francisco in 1978, as well as an exploration of how the San Francisco of today, a city of deep contradictions, came into being. San Francisco is now one of the most socially liberal cities in America, but it also has some of the nation’s worst income inequality. It is a playground for tech millionaires, with an outrageously high cost of living, yet it also supports vibrant alternative and avant-garde scenes. So how did the city get this way? With author Lincoln Mitchell.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Author Readings, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, San Francisco Year Zero: Political Upheaval, Punk Rock, and a Third-Place Baseball Team

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.
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12:20 pm
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Concerts, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Bach at Noon

Workshop | Battery Park City Adult Chorus


Directed by Church Street School for Music and Art, the BPC Chorus is open to all adults who love to sing. Learn a mix of contemporary and classic songs, and perform at community events throughout the year.
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Workshops, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Battery Park City Adult Chorus

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.
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Tours, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Guided Historical Tour of the Columbia University Campus

Workshop | Lunchtime Meditation


Take a mid-day pause to refresh your mind and re-establish your center in the midst of bustling city life. Meditation is a powerful tool to eliminate stress, to heal the body, mind, and brain, and to enhance your personal well-being and positive relationship with the world.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Workshops, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Lunchtime Meditation

Film | Sweet Smell of Success (1957): Power of the Press


A powerful film about a ruthless journalist and an unscrupulous press agent who'll do anything to achieve success. 96 min. Directed by Alexander Mackendrick. Starring Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis, Susan Harrison. In 1993, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Films, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Sweet Smell of Success (1957): Power of the Press

Workshop | Figure Drawing


Challenge your artistic skills by drawing the human figure. A model will strike long and short poses for participants to draw. An artist/educator will offer constructive suggestions and critique. Materials provided
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Workshops, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Figure Drawing

Workshop | Video Skills: Recording Techniques with iPhone


Capture your best video right from your iPhone. Learn recording techniques and how to control exposure, set focus, and more. Get hands-on with the latest iPhone in this session or bring your own. Recommended for beginners.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Workshops, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Video Skills: Recording Techniques with iPhone

Gallery Talk | Housing Density: Tenements to Towers


What is density? Does the word describe a condition of people or place? Is it people crowded together? Buildings too tightly spaced, or too tall? Or is it a lack of open space on ground level? Built density, which measures the area covered by structures, and population density, which calculates the average number of people in a given area, describe two very different aspects of the urban experience. This is a walkthrough with the curator of the exhibition.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Gallery Talks, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Housing Density: Tenements to Towers

Lecture | Education to Win the Next Generation


A lecture with Chenjian (C.J.) Li, University Chair Professor, Peking University.
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Lectures, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Education to Win the Next Generation

Master Class | Grammy Winning Baritone


Baritone Thomas Hampson, has received many honors and awards for his captivating artistry and cultural leadership. Honored as a Metropolitan Opera Guild "Met Mastersinger" and inducted into both the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and Gramophone's "Hall of Fame". Hampson is one of the most respected and innovative musicians of our time. With an Opera repertoire of over 80 roles sung in all the major Opera houses of the world, his discography comprises more than 170 albums, which include multiple nominations and winners of the Grammy Award, Edison Award and the Grand Prix du Disque.
   New York City, NY; NYC
4:00 pm
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Concerts, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Grammy Winning Baritone

Talk | Street Photography: Making The Most Out of Bad Weather


Is it really bad weather, or a great opportunity to get some amazing street photographs? Phil Penman explains his process of using the elements to capture another side of life.
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4:00 pm
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Talks, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Street Photography: Making The Most Out of Bad Weather

Opening Reception | Difficult Love (Or What Scatters and Comes Back Together): Identities Formed in Love and Oppression


Alex Callender's exhibition considers how identities are formed in love and in resistance to the brutality of colonial world-making. The works explore a fictional Atlantic history, performed in scenes by women channeled from colonial paintings and archives.
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Opening Receptions, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Difficult Love (Or What Scatters and Comes Back Together): Identities Formed in Love and Oppression

Film | Rope (1948):  Alfred Hitchcock's Psychological Crime Thriller 


Two men attempt to prove they committed the perfect crime by hosting a dinner party after strangling their former classmate to death. 80 min. Director: Alfred Hitchcock. Starring James Stewart, John Dall, Farley Granger.
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Films, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Rope (1948):&nbsp;&nbsp;Alfred Hitchcock's Psychological Crime Thriller&nbsp;

Other | Celebrate 25 Years of Play


Test your skills, meet up with your fellow gamers and enjoy some complimentary eats.
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Others, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Celebrate 25 Years of Play

Workshop | Video Lab: Small Screen Magic


Create imaginative videos with the illusion of teleporting, disappearing, and other visual tricks. Using recording and editing techniques inspired by video-maker Zach King, Apple Creatives will show you how to create a "jump cut" scene that brings magic and storytelling to your video using the Clips app. Get hands-on with the latest iPhone in this session or bring your own.
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Author Reading | A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump's Testing of America: Pulitzer Prize-Winning Washington Post Reporters Carol Leonnig & Philip Rucker Discuss Their Book


Leonnig and Rucker, who were part of the newspaper's reporting team that won a 2018 Pulitzer for its reporting on Trump and Russia, describe, in previously unreported detail, a dangerously "uninformed" and at times erratic commander in chief.  Restrictions may apply. Call for details.
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6:00 pm
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Author Readings, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump's Testing of America: Pulitzer Prize-Winning Washington Post Reporters Carol Leonnig & Philip Rucker Discuss Their Book

Author Reading | Boss of the Grips: The Life of James H. Williams and the Red Caps of Grand Central Terminal


An illustrated talk with author Eric K. Washington:about the nearly forgotten life of James H. Williams (1878-1948), the former African-American chief of Grand Central Terminal’s iconic Red Caps. The mostly Harlem-based baggage porters once formed the essential labor force of America’s most august railroad station. Under Chief Williams, literally hundreds of college-bound black men—notably during the Harlem Renaissance era of the 1920s—succeeded in attaining mortarboards by donning a red cap.
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Author Readings, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Boss of the Grips: The Life of James H. Williams and the Red Caps of Grand Central Terminal

Opening Reception | The Unknown One: Photographic and Photo-Sculptural Works


This exhibition, comprised of new photographic and photo-sculptural works by Jasmine Murrell, explores representation, oral tradition, and the expression of strength through portraiture.
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Lecture | Popular Kinematics: The History and Organization of Knowledge


Lisa Gitelman, Professor of English, Media Culture, and Communication at NYU, will consider the history and organization of knowledge through the biography of Henry T. Brown's 1868 book 507 Mechanical Movements.
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Lectures, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Popular Kinematics: The History and Organization of Knowledge

Author Reading | African Catholic: Decolonization and the Transformation of the Church


Author Elizabeth A. Foster examines how French imperialists and the Africans they ruled imagined the religious future of French sub-Saharan Africa in the years just before and after decolonization. The story encompasses the political transition to independence, Catholic contributions to black intellectual currents, and efforts to alter the church hierarchy to create an authentically “African” church. Elizabeth Foster recreates a Franco-African world forged by conquest, colonization, missions, and conversions—one that still exists today.  
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Author Readings, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, African Catholic: Decolonization and the Transformation of the Church

Author Reading | Homie: A Poetry Collection For Friendship


Danez Smith returns with their third collection, Homie, an anthem written for friends Smith’s and yours. Smith searches for, and discovers, joy and intimacy, even amid a country overrun by violence, xenophobia, and disparity. Homie is an exaltation for the friendships that make it possible. In addition to reading aloud their own work, Smith will be joined on stage by several of the friends for whom the volume was created.  Danez Smith is the author of the poetry collection [insert] Boy and Don't Call Us Dead: Poems, both of which have received multiple awards.
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Author Readings, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Homie: A Poetry Collection For Friendship

Author Reading | Irving Berlin: New York Genius


Irving Berlin (1888–1989) has been called—by George Gershwin, among others—the greatest songwriter of the golden age of the American popular song. “Berlin has no place in American music,” legendary composer Jerome Kern wrote; “he is American music.” In a career that spanned an astonishing nine decades, Berlin wrote some fifteen hundred tunes, including “Alexander’s Ragtime Band,” “God Bless America,” and “White Christmas.” From ragtime to the rock era, Berlin’s work has endured in the very fiber of American national identity.   Exploring the interplay of Berlin’s life with the life of New York City, noted biographer James Kaplan offers a visceral narrative of Berlin as self‑made man and witty, wily, tough Jewish immigrant. This fast‑paced, musically opinionated biography uncovers Berlin’s unique brilliance as a composer of music and lyrics. Masterfully written and psychologically penetrating, Kaplan’s book underscores Berlin’s continued relevance in American popular culture.
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Author Readings, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Irving Berlin: New York Genius

Lecture | Amazonian Time: Approximations from Art, Cultural Management and Curatorship


Christian Bendayan is a painter, curator and cultural promoter. In 2019 he participated in the individual exposition "Indios antropofagos" at the Venice Biennale 2019. He specializes in Amazonian artists and has been the curator of several expositions in Europe and Latin America. He has been the director for Instituto Nacional de Cultura in Loreto in 2010, the founder of International Lima Art Fair (2013-2016), and the collective Bufeo. Amazonia + Arte from (2015-2018), a project dedicated to promote research and cultural management for Amazonian arts. This lecture explores the topic of time in the Amazonian world intertwined with pop culture in the artist's work and curatorial practice.
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Lectures, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Amazonian Time: Approximations from Art, Cultural Management and Curatorship

Talk | Fiction Forum: Téa Obreht


Téa Obreht was born in Belgrade, in the former Yugoslavia, and grew up in Cyprus and Egypt before eventually immigrating to the United States. Her debut novel, The Tiger’s Wife, won the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction, and was a 2011 National Book Award finalist and an international bestseller. She was the recipient of the Rona Jaffe fellowship from the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library, and a 2016 fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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Talks, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Fiction Forum: T&eacute;a Obreht

Discussion | Regeneration: What It Means in Cultural and Political Terms


The L.A.B. (Language, Art, Bodies) is a year-long series that brings together artists and writers across disciplines to unpack how the meaning of artistic and cultural terms may shift—and become more resonant or ambiguous—over time. This year, the series considers the term “regeneration” as it pertains to creating something new; as it relates to recycling or re-purposing historic issues or material; and, within the broader cultural and political landscape, as it intersects with the historical question of whether to bring about change through revolution or reform. The event features Ethan Philbrick, Tourmaline, and other artists to be announced.
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Discussions, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Regeneration: What It Means in Cultural and Political Terms

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.
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7:00 pm
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Author Readings, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, The Triumph of Doubt: Dark Money and the Science of Deception

Author Reading | When Time Stopped: A Memoir of My Father's War and What Remains


In this remarkably moving memoir, Ariana Neumann dives into the secrets of her father’s past: years spent hiding in plain sight in war-torn Berlin, the annihilation of dozens of family members in the Holocaust, and the courageous choice to build anew.
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Author Readings, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, When Time Stopped: A Memoir of My Father's War and What Remains

Talk | Artist Talk: Jes Fan


Jes Fan is a Brooklyn-based artist born in Canada and raised in Hong Kong. He is the recipient of various fellowships such as the Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Grant, Jerome Hill Artist Fellowship, Van Lier Fellowship at Museum of Arts and Design and John A. Chironna Memorial Award at Rhode Island School of Design. \
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Classical Music | Chamber Ensemble Hailed By New York Times


Erin Gee, voice; Carol McGonnell, clarinet; Charmaine Lee, composer/vocalist; Michel Galante, conductor; Argento Chamber Ensemble. Program Arnold Schoenberg Totel Winkel (1899) Erin Gee Mouthpiece 29 (2016) Arnold Schoenberg Verklarte Nacht (1899) Structured improvisation by Charmaine Lee (vocalist) and Carol McGonnell (clarinet) "Argento renders [the works] not merely approachable but positively delectable through its mix of technical command and urgent advocacy." The New York Times ""Mouthpieces" are so potent, influential, and genuinely appealing." The New Yorker Argento Chamber Ensemble has forged long-term artistic relationships with ground-breaking composers such as Pierre Boulez, Beat Furrer, Georg Friedrich Haas, Bernhard Lang, and Fabien Levy. The fruit of these collaborations include recording music of Philippe Hurel, Fred Lerdahl, Katerina Rosenberg, and Alexandre Lunsqui.
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Concerts, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Chamber Ensemble Hailed By New York Times

Master Class | Former Principal Horn With The Metropilitan Opera Orchestra


Julie Landsman, former principal French horn (Metropolitan Opera Orchestra).  Principal horn with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for 25 years, Julie Landsman is a distinguished performing artist and educator. She has also shared her talent to many other ensembles within the city as a current member of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and having performed and recorded with the New York Philharmonic.
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Screening | Student Academy Award Short Films Screening


A screening of Student Academy Award-nominated and -winning short films, including ones from the animation department from the last few years.
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Lecture | Creative Writing Lecture


Claire Vaye Watkins is the author of the novel Gold Fame Citrus and the short story collection Battleborn, which won the Story Prize, the Dylan Thomas Prize, New York Public Library’s Young Lions Fiction Award, the Rosenthal Family Foundation Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and a Silver Pen Award from the Nevada Writers Hall of Fame.
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Lectures, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Creative Writing Lecture

Classical Music | Orchestra Performs Works By Bach, Strauss, Stravinsky and More


David Hayes, conductor; Mannes Orchestra. Known for their bold and adventurous programming, David Hayes and the Mannes Orchestra have been hailed by The New York Times for playing with "inviting warmth and solidity," and for their "intensity of focus." Program J.S. Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major (BWV 1048) Theofanidis Muse Strauss Tanzsuite nach Couperin Stravinsky Suite from Pulcinella
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Concerts, February 05, 2020, 02/05/2020, Orchestra Performs Works By Bach, Strauss, Stravinsky and More

Discussion | Womxn of Color in Wellness Panel


Womxn of color disproportionately experience disparities in the United States healthcare system. These disparities are deeply rooted in systemic sexism and racism demonstrated through inequitable policies and services provided for womxn of color. Learn from healthcare professionals and activists about ways womxn of color can advocate for their health and wellness needs in both personal and professional settings. They are bringing together a group of practitioners, scholars, and experts in the field who can speak about the intersections of healthcare, wellness, race, and gender, especially as they pertain to womxn of color.
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