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Are you looking for free things to do in New York City (NYC) on February 23, 2022?

39 free events take place on Wednesday, February 23 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 23 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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39 free things to do in New York City (NYC) on Wednesday, February 23, 2022

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Festival | Storytime on Ice, Juggling, Ribbon Dancing, Crafts and More for Kids!


Have fun, laugh, and spot the shapes and colors all over the park. Twirl ribbons into swirls and waterfalls during a ribbon dancing class, hopscotch through hoops on the rink deck, watch jugglers send pins into the air, then color and shape your own puppet friend. Schedule StoryTime on Ice performs Goldilocks and the Three Bears: 9:30am Kids Skate Sessions: 9:25am-10:50am (sign up required) Group Skate Lessons: 9:40am and 10:15am (sign up required) Drop-in Crafts (puppets): 10am – 12pm Hop, Juggle, and Hide!: 10am – 12pm Ribbon Dancing: 11am – 12pm
   New York City, NY; NYC
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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 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, 13 Tours, All City Neighborhoods, Any Time Of The Day, Choose One Tour Or Many

Lecture | Epigenetics: The Immortal Kiss of Our Grandparents (online)


As humans, we have evolved and survived because we are curious and critical thinkers. How do these traits shape our lives and science, and lead us to understand the world around us? Epigenetics, a new area of science, is the weaving of our genetics and environment that shape who we are. This talk explores the impact of trauma and war on our bodies and what we can do about it. Speaker: Rana Dajani, Zuzana Simoniova Cmelikova International Scholar, University of Richmond; Rita Hauser Fellow, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University; Professor of Molecular Cell Biology, Hashemite University
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Lectures, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Epigenetics: The Immortal Kiss of Our Grandparents (online)

Conference | 38th Annual GreenThumb GrowTogether Conference (online)


The theme for the conference is Deeply Rooted: Growing Community Connections. The 38th Annual GreenThumb GrowTogether Conference has virtual panels and webinars.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Conferences, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, 38th Annual GreenThumb GrowTogether Conference (online)

Book Discussion | Governing Habits: Treating Alcoholism in the Post-Soviet Clinic (online)


Critics of narcology—as addiction medicine is called in Russia—decry it as being “backward,” hopelessly behind contemporary global medical practices in relation to addiction and substance abuse, and assume that its practitioners lack both professionalism and expertise. On the basis of his research in a range of clinical institutions managing substance abuse in St. Petersburg, author Eugene Raikhel increasingly came to understand that these assumptions and critiques obscured more than they revealed.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Book Discussions, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Governing Habits: Treating Alcoholism in the Post-Soviet Clinic (online)

Discussion | The Role of Nonprofits and Philanthropy in Building Social Movements (online)


Modern social movements are an alchemic mix of political openings, contentious actions, meaningful frames, and social networks and organizations. In the United States, nonprofit organizations sustain social movements in the ebb of mobilization and help catapult them to the peaks of disruption and change when the moment is ripe. Philanthropy plays an important role in funding and sustaining these networks of solidarity, organization, and action. This panel is an exploration of the relationship between nonprofit organizations and philanthropy, and the ways in which this relationship both constrains and catalyzes collective social change. These speakers, from their varied vantage points in philanthropy, will share their successes and failures in supporting social change effectively, whether through funding social services, direct action organizations, rapid response, or innovative ideas and models. Moving beyond the conversation of needing more money, they will discuss how they have invested in nonprofits as a field and what they see as the opportunities and limitations of this model in the United States.  
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Discussions, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, The Role of Nonprofits and Philanthropy in Building Social Movements (online)

Museums | Tiffany Glass and Other Exhibitions


The collection of Tiffany's leaded glass includes an extraordinary array of floral and geometric lamps as well as landscape and figural windows. A unique feature of the collection is a vast, one-of-a-kind archive of original flat glass and pressed-glass "jewels" used by Tiffany Studios, which provides valuable insight into the development of the stained-glass movement in America at the turn of the twentieth century. Established in 1972, this art museum's permanent collection consists of around 10,000 items, over 6,000 of which are documents and objects related to the 1939 and 1964 World's Fairs, some of which are on long-term display. Covid protocol applies.
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Museumss, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Tiffany Glass and Other Exhibitions

Discussion | Black History and Industry at the Brooklyn Navy Yard (online)


To celebrate the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s 221st birthday, they’re looking at the past and present of Black trailblazers and innovators at the Yard. This panel discussion examines the vital role played by Black sailors and shipworkers since 1801, and how the Yard has been an engine for economic empowerment since it became a city-owned industrial park in 1969. They will be joined by entrepreneurs, artists, and craftspeople in the Yard today, as well as staff from the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation.
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Discussions, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Black History and Industry at the Brooklyn Navy Yard (online)

Screening | Dance on Film (online)


In 1967, the Jerome Robbins Dance Division started the Original Documentations program to produce and collect archival recordings of live dance performances from around the country--today it is widely acknowledged as being one of the most unique and exhaustive archives of its kind, capturing the spirit of the performing arts community. Designed to offer both major dance companies and small local traditional or postmodern dance companies high quality recordings of their performances, the program has recorded thousands of dance works and dance related panels and events. Retired Jerome Robbins Dance Division Curator Jan Schmidt speaks with producer Daisy Pommer as they explore the rich collection.
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Screenings, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Dance on Film (online)
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Concerts, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Wednesdays at One: Chamber Ensembles

Film | How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003): Comedy with Matthew McConaughey


Benjamin Barry is an advertising executive and ladies' man who, to win a big campaign, bets that he can make a woman fall in love with him in 10 days. Director: Donald Petrie Stars: Kate Hudson, Matthew McConaughey, Adam Goldberg 116 min.
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Films, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003): Comedy with Matthew McConaughey

Discussion | Discourses and Likes: Emancipation Going Viral (online)


In the last couple of years, queer-feminist, antiracist, and emancipatory discourses have become increasingly visible, both in the United States and in the German and European mainstream. Social media has played a vital role in centering and raising awareness about these issues, while inadvertently requiring a watering-down of complex realities to like-able and shareable content. In this moderated conversation, the writers Fatma Aydemir and Mohamed Amjahid will discuss their personal experiences as traditional long-form journalists who are actively creating content on social media channels; the impact content culture has had on their work; and the potential advantages and pitfalls they see in instagrammable literature, journalism, and activism.
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Discussions, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Discourses and Likes: Emancipation Going Viral (online)

Discussion | Academic Innovation for the Public Good (online)


The first of a ten-part book conversation series where leading scholars discuss how higher education can affect the public good.  The next discussion features Carol Quillen, President of Davidson College, interviewing Ronald J. Daniels, President of Johns Hopkins University and author of the recent book What Universities Owe Democracy.
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Talk | Cancer Screening: What to Know (online)


Learn what cancer screenings are, when to get them, and how often. Ask any questions you might have.
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Lecture | Just Sustainabilities in Policy, Planning and Practice (online)


Dr. Julian Agyeman of Tufts University is one of the leading thinkers in environmental justice and food justice. In this talk, Julian will outline the concept of just sustainabilities as a response to the ‘equity deficit’ of much sustainability thinking and practice. He will explore his contention that who can belong in our cities will ultimately determine what our cities can become. He will illustrate his ideas with examples from urban planning and design, the ‘Minneapolis Paradox’ and food justice.
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Workshop | Basic Photography: Photo Walk in Central Park


What better way to practice what you learned than taking a stroll through Central Park. Whether you were able to catch one session, all of them or haven’t yet caught up, come to this walk where Esteban Toro will help you connect the dots on the basics of photography.
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Classical Music | Camerata and Cello Ensemble Perform Works By J.S. Bach, Grieg and More


David Geber and Julia Lichten, Directors Featuring works by Grieg, Bach, Lomax, Bruch, Popper, Klengel, and Casals.
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Concerts, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Camerata and Cello Ensemble Perform Works By J.S. Bach, Grieg and More

Talk | Everything and the Kitchen Sink


Sinks are part of mundane life where we wash our dirty dishes and do our daily ablutions. In medieval iconography the lavabo was a symbol of purity, and appeared in the backgrounds of numerous Annunciations. Modern and contemporary artists have used sinks to represent our quotidian existence, and some traces of activity: the slop sink in a janitor's closet, contemplating the water issuing from the tap, washing food as a first step in preparations for a meal, doing hand laundry. Many contemporary artists have focused their attention on the sink, including Lucian Freud, Alice Neel, Antonio Lopez Garcia and Catherine Murphy. They are at once gritty and poetic meditations on our temporal existence. The "Kitchen Sink School" was the name of a small group of London-based painters in the 1950s, led by John Bratby. His kind of working-class, deliberately vulgar realism corresponded to Britain's post-war austerity. What subject could better epitomize the mundane than an ordinary sink? Robert Bunkin is a painter, curator, art historian and educator, with a BS from CUNY and an MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. He has taught art history and studio art in several NYC art schools, universities, colleges and museums.
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Book Discussion | As We Rise: Photography from the Black Atlantic


A conversation featuring Isolde Brielmaier (ICP, The New Museum) and Kenneth Montague (The Wedge Collection, Toronto) celebrating their new book. Drawn from Montague’s Wedge Collection in Toronto—a Black-owned collection dedicated to artists of African descent—As We Rise looks at the multifaceted ideas of Black life through the lenses of community, identity, and power.
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Author Reading | Built Up: An Historical Perspective on the Contemporary Principles and Practices of Real Estate Development (online)


The history of speculative real estate development is an essential aspect of the histories of most cities, yet is a subject often ignored by academia. In her long awaited book, Patrice Derrington uncovers the roots of the global real estate industry in early modern London and seminal projects of private urban development such as Covent Garden.
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Author Readings, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Built Up: An Historical Perspective on the Contemporary Principles and Practices of Real Estate Development (online)

Author Reading | How Architecture Tells: 9 Realities That Will Change the Way You See


Renowned architect Robert Steinberg explores architecture as a force for social change in celebration of his new book. The general reading public is likely to think of architecture as buildings. But, with this book, Robert Steinberg would like to help readers understand that architecture shapes lives. Architecture can help communities integrate and thrive. Architecture can touch us, influencing how we feel, and how we interact with others. In short, architecture can fundamentally improve our quality of life. Steinberg sheds light on the potential of an architect's work to bring people of all kinds and different beliefs together, help communities integrate and thrive, and make the world a better place. "Sculpting space has the power to shape life," the author states and vividly demonstrates through specific projects from the span of his forty-year career.
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Author Readings, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, How Architecture Tells: 9 Realities That Will Change the Way You See

Opening Reception | Renew: A Recent Survey in Chinese Contemporary Photography


A group exhibition of ten Chinese contemporary artists representing a diverse range of generations, featuring eighteen works that aim to update and reimagine the medium of photography, as well as the relationship between the photographers, their ways of seeing, and the photographs—all within the current socio-political and technological climate. 
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Opening Receptions, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Renew: A Recent Survey in Chinese Contemporary Photography
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Concerts, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Sonatenabend Concert (in-person and online)

Lecture | The Structure of Scientific Progress: The Case of Roger Bacon (online)


This talk explores the importance of the medieval period and nineteenth-century medievalism to the invention of modern science by placing the work of thirteenth-century Franciscan, polymath, and scholastic natural philosopher Roger Bacon (ca. 1214-1292) into conversation with later scholars, especially William Whewell (1794-1866). Elly Truitt argues that Bacon’s work and reputation became central to a narrative about the development of science that insisted on Europe as the only possible place of origin. Furthermore, Truitt argues that this narrative was constructed, in part, by ignoring large parts of Bacon’s corpus and erasing his deep engagement with medieval scholars working in the Arabic tradition, and by relying instead on a narrative structure that emerged in the context of late antique and medieval Christianity.
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Discussion | Writing Biography (online)


Biography is a committed relationship, not unlike marriage. But it’s also a form of serial monogamy. What attracts a biographer to successive subjects, especially when they vary radically? When, in some cases, they were born centuries apart? When a writer of literary lives takes on a scientist or a politician? When a new engagement means leaving an established comfort zone of history, gender, or culture? The adventure of exogamy is the theme of a roundtable moderated by the celebrated biographer JudithThurman, with three other eminent practitioners of life writing who have explored new ground: Paul Auster, Stacy Schiff and Martha Saxton.  
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Discussion | Fame and Photography: A Conversation (online)


Sharon Marcus, author of The Drama of Celebrity, and Roberto C. Ferrari, curator of Time and Face: Daguerreotypes to Digital Prints, explore the phenomena of celebrity and the role of photography in the construction of fame past and present.
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Lecture | Leon Kossoff: A Life in Painting (online)


Lecturer Lee Hallman is a Texas-based writer and curator. She holds a Ph.D. from the City University of New York Graduate Center where she completed a dissertation on the postwar London landscape paintings of Frank Auerbach and Leon Kossoff. As Associate Curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth from 2017-2021, she was the organizing curator of David Park: A Retrospective (2019) and edited Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth: Collection Highlights (2019).
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Book Discussion | Dignity in a Digital Age: Making Tech Work for All of Us


Existing inequalities in access to technology—from students without computers, rural workers with spotty WiFi, and plenty of workers without the luxury to work from home—have laid bare the economic gulf between those who have struck gold in the tech industry and those left behind by the digital revolution. Ro Khanna, a member of Congress from Silicon Valley, and journalist Kara Swisher have a conversation about America’s digital divide and how democratizing access to tech can strengthen every sector of economy and culture in a free, public program around the release of Congressman Khanna’s new book.
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Reading | The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison: A Public Reading (online)


Society continues to receive Morrison’s first novel with controversy. She is unapologetic in her depiction of the suffering and neglect of Black girls and women and the consequences of the psychological and physical violence they have endured for generations. Morrison is equally committed to lifting up their humanity and grace while interrogating the mechanisms by which oppression is internalized. This public reading is in solidarity with Black girls and women everywhere.
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Readings, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison: A Public Reading (online)

Author Reading | The Swimmers: Falling Through the Crack (online)


From Julie Otsuka comes a novel about what happens to a group of obsessed recreational swimmers when a crack appears at the bottom of their local pool—a tour de force of economy, precision, and emotional power. The swimmers are unknown to one another except through their private routines (slow lane, medium lane, fast lane) and the solace each takes in their morning or afternoon laps. But when a crack appears at the bottom of the pool, they are cast out into an unforgiving world without comfort or relief.
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Author Readings, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, The Swimmers: Falling Through the Crack (online)

Discussion | Apple TV+’s Lincoln's Dilemma: A Conversation About the New Documentary (online)


New Yorker staff writer Jelani Cobb, award-winning historian Kellie Carter Jackson, and NY1 anchor Cheryl Wills take a fresh look at Abraham Lincoln’s journey toward ending slavery — and the new Apple TV+ documentary.. Based on David S. Reynolds’ award-winning book Abe: Abraham Lincoln in His Times, the new series — featuring interviews with Cobb, Jackson, and a diverse range of Lincoln scholars — looks not only at Lincoln’s complex character, but gives voice, nuance, and depth to the narratives of the enslaved people he sought to free. Hear Cobb and Jackson discuss how Lincoln came to sign the Emancipation Proclamation — what helped his stance on slavery evolve, the political headwinds that he faced, his legacy in contemporary America, and more.
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Lecture | Examining Character Archetypes Today: "Mentor"


Join Writer/Producer Steele Filipek and Librarian Gregory Stall for an online series of six weekly presentations each focusing on the narrative archetypes described by mythologist Joseph Campbell in his landmark text, The Hero with a Thousand Faces. Campbell's work has gained recognition in Hollywood as an influence on the Star Wars and Lord of the Rings productions as well as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. NEXT UP: "THE MENTOR" "THE MENTOR is a teacher or figure who assists the hero by teaching and protecting them. The mentor motivates the hero to overcome their fears and also prepares them for the journey." Examples: Gandolf, Morpheus, Dumbledore, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Yoda. These exclusive programs will delve deep into the origins of each archetype and how they have evolved over time, across different cultures and methods of storytelling, from the books we read and the art we look at and the movies we watch!
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Discussion | Examining Joseph Campbell and Character Archetypes Today: "Mentor" (online)


Writer/producer Steele Filipek and librarian Gregory Stall focus on the narrative archetypes described by mythologist Joseph Campbell in his landmark text, The Hero with a Thousand Faces. Campbell's work has gained recognition in Hollywood as an influence on the Star Wars and Lord of the Rings productions as well as the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Discussion | Representation and Justice: African-American Women in the Judiciary (online)


A distinguished panel of black women jurists sit for a discussion of the appointment of judges, on every level of the judiciary, who are representative of all Americans. In this historic moment, our conversation will address the importance of maintaining a judiciary that reflects the diversity of American life. Moderated by Dr. Basil A. Smikle Jr, Director of the Roosevelt House Public Policy Program, the program will feature Hon. Erika Edwards, State Supreme Court, New York County, Civil Term; Hon. Jeanine R. Johnson, NYC Civil Court in Bronx County; and Hon. Tanya R. Kennedy, Appellate Division, First Department, Supreme Court of the State of New York.
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Classical Music | Songbook Featuring 9 Singers


Performers include: Sophia Baete, mezzo-soprano Stephanie Bell, mezzo-soprano Kerrigan Bigelow, soprano Juliette Di Bello, soprano Pablo Rubin-Jurado, tenor Molly Snodgrass, soprano Adriana Stepien, soprano Benjamin Truncale, tenor Xi Chen, tenor Adam Nielsen, piano
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Discussion | The Future of Multi-Racial America (online)


In the 2020 census, approximately 33 million people (around one in 10) responded that they identify as more than one race. With multi-racial Americans now the fastest growing demographic, what are the implications for New York City and beyond as we move past an easily compartmentalized view of race?
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Classical Music | Works By Stravinsky And More


Tara Helen O'Connor, flute; Randall Ellis, oboe; Alan R. Kay, clarinet; Frank Morelli, bassoon; David Jolley, horn. Program FERENC FARKAS Early Hungarian Dances GYORGY LIGETI Six Bagatelles LOUIS KARCHIN Quintet for Winds (World premiere) JULIA WOLFE On Seven-Star-Shoes IGOR STRAVINSKY Pulcinella: 9 Scenes for Woodwind Quintet
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Concerts, February 23, 2022, 02/23/2022, Works By Stravinsky And More

Classical Music | Piano Works by Bach, Bartok, Scriabin (in-person and online)


Program: JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Toccata in F-sharp minor, BWV 910 ALEXANDER SCRIABIN Sonata No. 3 in F-sharp minor, Op. 23 FREDERIC RZEWSKI North American Ballads FREDERIC RZEWSKI Piano Piece No. 4 BELA BARTOK Out of Doors With: Arthur Wang, Piano
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