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39 free events take place on Tuesday, November 29 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 November 29 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 November . 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 Tuesday, November 29, 2022

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free events nyc Piano & Strings Ensemble Performs Works by Beethoven, Brahms, Schumann, and More
free events nyc Tree Lighting in the Park (in-person and online)
free events nyc Mr. B: George Ballanchine's 20th Century
free events nyc The History of Antisemitism: Blood Libel (online)
free events nyc Renowned Jazz Guitarist in Autobiographical Show
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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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Workshop | Have a Conversation with a Career Coach


Meet a career coach who can assist you in identifying career potential, skills, interests, and developing a plan to help you achieve your career goals. Receive unbiased, objective feedback that will be tailored to your job search and individual needs. Career coaches can assist with resume critique and feedback, career transition or advancement, clearly defining career goals and developing a plan for success, identifying companies and industries that align with career interests, updating your professional profile on sites like LinkedIn, or evaluating graduate school applications.
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Workshop | Have a Conversation with a Career Coach (Online)


Meet a career coach who can assist you in identifying career potential, skills, interests, and developing a plan to help you achieve your career goals. Receive unbiased, objective feedback that will be tailored to your job search and individual needs. Career coaches can assist with resume critique and feedback, career transition or advancement, clearly defining career goals and developing a plan for success, identifying companies and industries that align with career interests, updating your professional profile on sites like LinkedIn, or evaluating graduate school applications.
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Workshop | Adult Zumba


Exercise in disguise! Get in on the fun featuring easy-to-follow Latin dance choreography while working on your balance, coordination and range of motion. Bring your friends and come prepared for enthusiastic instruction, a little strength training and a lot of fun.
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Concert | Piano & Strings Ensemble Performs Works by Beethoven, Brahms, Schumann, and More


Featuring: Nanxi Wang, piano; Yuhao Ding, piano; Haoyan Zhou, violin; Nicholas Alexander Kaponyas, piano; Xiwei Wang, piano; Danmeng Zhang, piano; Yingtao Guo; Hang Han; Guanyu Zhao, piano; Yutao Ye, piano; Yifan Mei; Yung-Yi Chen; Ziqi Xu; Hang Han; Wenqing Wang; Yining Zhang Program Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Sonata for Violin and Piano Op. 78 Richard Rodney Bennett (1936 - 2012) Four piece suite Robert Schumann (1810 - 1856) Pictures from the East Cesar Franck (1822 - 1890) Sonata for Violin and Piano in A major Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 8 Guests must provide proof of up-to-date vaccination, including a booster when eligible; a negative result from a PCR test taken within three days before arrival; or a negative result from a rapid test taken the same day. Masks are required.
   New York City, NY; NYC
12:00 pm
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Concerts, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, Piano & Strings Ensemble Performs Works by Beethoven, Brahms, Schumann, and More

Lecture | The Rhetorical Foundations of Russian Politics: Putin as a Metaphor and/or a Metonymy of Russia


The question of political rhetoric, as a rule, is addressed to a specific area of application of rhetorical devices, considering the definition of “political” as a simple indication of the subject – the rhetorical devices of a particular political discourse. However, the connection between the political and the rhetorical can be found at a more fundamental level, allowing us to consider them as two ways of managing the difference or distance between the ruler and the ruled, between the state and society, between language and reality, between sign and thing, between direct and figurative meanings. Ilya Kalinin will consider political rhetoric not so much as a symbolic superstructure determined by the nature of the political basis (specific political order), but as an organizational structure of the political order itself. Thanks to these analytical optics, it is possible not only to describe the rhetoric of political discourse that uses a particular regime of power, but also to diagnose the rhetorical dominant or, as the Russian formalists would say, the “constructive principle” that determines the political order as such, its symbolic and functional core. Thus, the subject of these optics is not so much political rhetoric as it is the rhetoric of politics. Ilya Kalinin is a visiting scholar at the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (Princeton University).
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Classical Music | Bach at Noon (In Person and Online)


Take a momentary respite from a busy day to enjoy a selection of organ works by Johann Sebastian Bach in an intimate venue.
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Talk | Enriching Pursuits: A Brief History of American Jewish Philanthropy (online)


Philanthropy is not unique to the United States, but United States philanthropy is unique, especially when we consider the contributions of the American Jewish community to the larger American philanthropic landscape. The number and spectrum of organizations in America relying on charitable support is immense and broad --including mutual aid societies, hospitals, religious entities, scientific institutes, schools, and cultural heritage institutions--and their impact is virtually incalculable. Did you know that American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS) has preserved the archives of American Jewish philanthropy throughout our own history, documenting organizations as large as UJA-Federation as well as smaller local organizations across the United States? And do you know how the history of American Jewish philanthropy directly relates to larger themes in the history of American Jewish communities and individuals raising funds for vital causes, or how the roles of these organizations grow and facilitate change within their communities? Melanie Meyers, Chair of Collections and Engagement, and Tamar Zeffren, Director of Archival Partnerships gives an exploration of the history of American Jewish philanthropy through the lens of relevant collections at the American Jewish Historical Society. Let's learn together how meaningful items from these vital collections illuminate the fascinating and complex chronicle of charitable giving in the United States.
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12:30 pm
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Talks, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, Enriching Pursuits: A Brief History of American Jewish Philanthropy (online)

Lecture | Joan Robinson in 1942: An Encounter Between Marxian Economics and Macroeconomics (online)


Exactly 80 years ago, Joan Robinson published a book entitled An Essay on Marxian Economics, which attempted to bring academic and Marxian econ together. This talk will explore this encounter, highlighting the influence of Marx on Joan Robinson’s work while also discussing aspects related to some current issues in macro, particularly the Essay’s insights about profits, investment and unemployment, and exploitation using this framework. Speaker Carolina Alves is from the University of Cambridge.
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Screening | Portraits of Women Leaders of African Descent


A day of screenings and discussion about how women of African descent from around the world have risen in society and influenced politics and political movements. SCHEDULE 1 PM She Had a Dream (2020) Ghofrane, 25, is a young black Tunisian woman. a committed activist who speaks her mind, she embodies Tunisia's current political upheaval. As a victim of racial discrimination, Ghofrane decides to go into politics. Directed by Raja Amari Arabic and French w/English subtitles 90 minutes 3 PM The Daphne Project (2021) Daphne Wilco, actress and social justice warrior, wreaks havoc on a production of Euripides' "The Bacchae" in the name of progress - her progress. Directed by Zora Iman Crews/Alec Tibaldi 97 minutes 6 PM This Little Light of Mine: The Legacy of Fannie Lou Hamer (2016) Follow one woman's journey from sharecropper to grassroots organizer to beaten and jailed protester to political powerhouse - proving along the way that every voice matters. Directed by Robin Hamilton 20 minutes Fundi: The Story of Ella Baker (1981) Reveals the instrumental role that Ella Baker, a friend and advisor to Martin Luther King, Jr., played in shaping the American civil rights movement. The dynamic activist was affectionately known as the Fundi, a Swahili word for a person who passes skills from one generation to another. Directed by Joanne Grant 83 minutes 8 PM Panel Discussion of Women Leaders with Robin Hamilton, director of This Little Light of Mine: The Legacy of Finnie Lou Hamer; Nikki Lynette, Screenwriter Get Out Alive; Zora Iman, director of The Daphne Project; and Neri Torres, founder and artistic director of IFE-ILE Afro Cuban Dance Company.
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Festival | Holiday Tree Lighting and Activities


Kick off the holiday season with special open hours and activities at the museum. Countdown to the annual lighting of the tree on the cobblestones at 5pm, then drop in for some seasonal fun in the galleries where families and guests of all ages will be invited to create paper boat baubles--great decorations for the holiday--using festive and colorful paper. Live music, additional family activities, and other surprises will take place throughout the Seaport during the tree lighting to mark the official start of the holidays.
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Festivals, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, Holiday Tree Lighting and Activities

Lecture | Memory, Trauma and Anthropocene: Post-Apocalyptic View of Chernobyl’s Nuclear Disaster (online)


Chernobyl has a symbolic meaning for several generations of East Europeans. It is both the place of the catastrophic nuclear explosion, a representation of a post-apocalyptic landscape, and an eloquent demonstration of the Anthropocene. The epistemological crisis for humanity provoked by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster led to the emergence of post-Chernobyl art, an art of acceptance and denial, an art of physical and emotional trauma, an art that symbolized humanity’s responsibility for the future. The talk is an attempt to analyze post-Chernobyl art works created by witnesses of the tragedy. They are Belarusian and Ukrainian artists for whom Chernobyl epitomizes the point of non-return, the overwhelming tragedy of their people, and the devastation of their land; for them Chernobyl is an inverted metaphor of the legitimacy of peaceful atom and the results of the Anthropocene. Speaker Hanna Chuchvaha is a scholar of Slavic studies and the history of East European art, design, and visual culture with a focus on several fields, such as print culture, word and image, women art collectors, and art of trauma. She is adjunct assistant professor at the University of Calgary where she teaches courses in Russian and Slavic studies.
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Festival | Annual Winter Lighting


The malls will be lit, seasonal treats will be offered, and there will be a performance by The Reaching For the Arts Children's Choir.
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Lecture | An Engineers' Job is to Solve Problems, So Who Defines the Problem? (in-person and online)


Engineers tend to be great rule followers. Things tend to be black and white when solving a problem. You have either solved the problem or have not. But who defines what that problem is? Is it marketing, design, your boss? Engineers also tend to avoid failure which is important if you are building a bridge or in my case making toys where safety was paramount, but that often means leveraging tried and true methods. That isn't wrong, but design counterparts would say that hinders creativity and innovation. As an engineer how do you navigate that line, avoiding failure, making it work, hitting your cost and schedules and driving innovation. Speaker David Wong studied electrical engineering at Binghamton University.
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Lectures, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, An Engineers' Job is to Solve Problems, So Who Defines the Problem? (in-person and online)

Festival | Park Tree Lighting


Tree lighting festivities include complimentary treats and drinks, live music, and songs by The Manhattan Holiday Carolers.
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Discussion | Puerto Rican New York: Population, Politics, and Power (in-person and online)


This conversation brings together important voices on the Puerto Rican experience to discuss the history and future of Puerto Rican New York In November 2022, the Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center will release a new report titled "The Puerto Rican Population of the New York Metropolitan Region, 1970-2020." This sweeping study of the demographic transformation of the Puerto Rican population in the New York City area offers an opportunity to reflect on the impact of population changes on politics and power. This panel discussion brings together important voices on the Puerto Rican experience to discuss the history and future of Puerto Rican New York. Participants -- Lorraine Cortés-Vázquez, Commissioner, New York City Department for the Aging, Trustee, City University of New York. -- Yarimar Bonilla, Director of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College, Professor in the Department of Africana & Puerto Rican/Latino Studies at Hunter College -- Claudia Irizarry Aponte, Reporter, The City. -- Laird W. Bergad, Distinguished Professor, Latin American and Latino Studies, Lehman College and History, Graduate Center, Executive Director, Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies of the City University of New York. Moderator: John A. Gutiérrez, Assistant Professor in the Department of Latin American and Latinx Studies at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Director, Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies of the City University of New York.
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Book Discussion | A Century of American Toys and Games: The Story of Pressman Toy


When Jack Pressman went into business as a manufacturer of basic playthings like lead soldiers and toy xylophones in 1922, he could little have imagined that his small venture would become one of the iconic American toy companies. The firm scored its first megahit in the 1920s, when it popularized Chinese checkers, and it went on to introduce enduring favorites like Rummikub and Tri-Ominos. Today the Pressman Toy Corporation remains well known for its line of classic board games in eye-catching red boxes, as well as games based on popular TV shows. This centennial history traces the growth of the company under the leadership of three successive Pressmans: Jack, his wife Lynn (one of the first female CEOs in the industry), and their son Jim. It is a story that reflects the development of the toy industry as a whole—encompassing the rise of plastics, the emergence of character licensing and TV advertising, and the surprising endurance of the physical board game in our digital age. Abundantly illustrated with new color photography as well as rare archival images, this will be an essential volume for anyone with an interest in the history of play.  
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Book Discussion | Grace: President Obama and Ten Days in the Battle for America (in-person and online)


Spellbinding and propulsive, Cody Keenan' book delivers a detailed account of what Keenan considers the ten most dramatic days of the Obama presidency. During that short but critically important period in June 2015, the nation faced a hate-fueled massacre in Charleston, a reckoning with race and the Confederate flag, and looming Supreme Court decisions on the fate of marriage equality and the Affordable Care Act. As Keenan writes, this succession of stunning developments put the character of the country on the line and set the stage for the most eagerly anticipated—and most consequential—words of Obama’s presidency. Taking readers inside the craft of speechwriting at the highest level for the most demanding of bosses, Grace provides a fascinating portrait of White House insiders and the team responsible for a series of high-stakes speeches during this historic stretch. Keenan grants readers access to an array of poignant and powerful behind-the-scenes moments—from the president’s late-night writing sessions in the First Family’s residence to Obama’s suggestion that Keenan pour a drink, listen to some Miles Davis, and “find the silences.”
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Book Discussions, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, Grace: President Obama and Ten Days in the Battle for America&nbsp;(in-person and online)

Book Discussion | Unequal Cities: Overcoming Anti-Urban Bias to Reduce Inequality in the US (online)


Cities are central to prosperity: they are hubs of innovation and growth. Yet the economic vitality of wealthy cities is marred by persistent and pervasive inequality. In his new book, economist Richard McGahey argues that deeply entrenched anti-urban policies and politics limit cities' options to address inequality. Many factors – structural racism, suburban subsidies, regional government fragmentation, the hostility of state legislatures, and federal policy – contribute to an unequal status quo that underfunds cities while preventing them from pursuing fairer outcomes.
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Lecture | Paul Klee: "In the Magic Kitchen"


Paul Klee was unrivaled among his contemporaries in his wide-ranging experimentation with materials and unconventional techniques. Join scholar Charles W. Haxthausen as he explores the variety of Klee’s practice and reflects on its art-historical implications.
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Lectures, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, Paul Klee: "In the Magic Kitchen"

Workshop | Play bridge in a stress-free environment


One of the most popular card games of the last century, bridge is still enjoyed by professional and amateur players alike today - and now you can stop by and enjoy it too! Bring your bridge partner, or you will be matched up with someone to play as a pair. There will be instructions and the chance to observe players, making this a perfect event for beginners looking to learn how to play bridge.
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Festival | Tree Lighting in the Park (in-person and online)


The annual Tree Lighting show returns featuring: o Broadway stars and co-hosts Jessica Vosk and Jelani Remy o Performances by world-class skaters Mirai Nagasu, Polina Edmunds, Ryan Bradley, Ice Theatre of New York young apprentices Oona and Gage Brown, the Haydenettes, and Figure Skating in Harlem o Plus singing, fireworks, and more
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6:00 pm
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Festivals, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, Tree Lighting in the Park (in-person and online)

Book Discussion | Mr. B: George Ballanchine's 20th Century


Arguably the greatest choreographer who ever lived, George Balanchine was one of the cultural titans of the twentieth century--The New York Times called him "the Shakespeare of dancing." His radical approach to choreography--and life--reinvented the art of ballet and made him a legend. Written with enormous style and artistry, and based on more than one hundred interviews and research in archives across Russia, Europe, and the Americas, Mr. B carries us through Balanchine's tumultuous and high-pitched life story and into the making of his extraordinary dances. With full access to Balanchine's papers and many of his dancers, Jennifer Homans, the dance critic for The New Yorker and a former dancer herself, has spent more than a decade researching Balanchine's life and times to write a vast history of the twentieth century through the lens of one of its greatest artists: the definitive biography of the man his dancers called Mr. B.
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6:30 pm
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Book Discussions, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, Mr. B: George Ballanchine's 20th Century

Book Discussion | When Akhenaten and Nefertiti Were Gods on Earth


A historic New York arts institution presents a talk exploring new, groundbreaking archaeological research into the lives of these long-misunderstood figures of Egyption history and mythology.
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6:30 pm
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Book Discussions, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, When Akhenaten and Nefertiti Were Gods on Earth

Poetry Reading | 2 New Poetry Collections: Draw Me After / The Threshold (online)


Welcome two poets with new collections: Peter Cole's Draw Me After and Iman Mersal's The Threshold. They overlap in regional affinity, with Cole dually based in Jerusalem and the US and Mersal hailing from Egypt and now residing in Canada. They also share the literary influences of Robyn Creswell, editor of Draw Me After and translator of The Threshold, with whom they'll discuss their new work.
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Screening | I Am Free ... But Who Is Left?: When the Nazis Came


A mother, a father, four brothers, and a sister live in Hrubieszow, Poland, a small town with a majority Jewish population. They thrive economically and academically despite antisemitism. This new documentary created by Joanne Weiner Rudof and Lawrence Langer with Yale's Fortunoff Video Archive For Holocaust Testimonies that tells their story. Survivors of the family and the town describe the Nazi invasion, brutality, destruction, and murder. Personal photographs and documents enhance reflective first-person accounts.
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Discussion | A Conversation About the Works of Cormac McCarthy (Online)


Following sixteen years of silence, Cormac McCarthy's new diptych, The Passenger and Stella Maris, are in the spotlight. To celebrate the release of these new stories, join several leading Cormac McCarthy scholars to discuss the author's impact and how the new publications advance and challenge his established historiography. Moderated by Professor Steven Frye (Understanding Cormac McCarthy; The Cambridge Companion to Cormac McCarthy; The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of the American West), this event is a must for anyone who enjoys McCarthy's work. Cormac McCarthy is an American writer who has written twelve novels, two plays, five screenplays and two short stories, spanning the Western and post-apocalyptic genres. He is known for his graphic depictions of violence and his unique writing style, recognizable by a sparse use of punctuation and attribution. McCarthy is widely regarded as one of the greatest contemporary American writers. McCarthy first experienced widespread success with All the Pretty Horses (1992), for which he received both the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award. His 2006 novel The Road won the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction. Many of McCarthy's works have been adapted into film: No Country for Old Men was adapted into a 2007 film, winning four Academy Awards, including Best Picture, while All the Pretty Horses, The Road, and Child of God have also been adapted into films.
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Poetry Reading | Poetry Slam


Vibrant Brooklyn arts organization host an evening in celebration of original poetry.  *Please note that entry is first-come, first served. 
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Talk | Prize-Winning Photographer Discusses Her Work


A talk with Patricia Voulgaris, an artist from New York and faculty member in the BFA Photography and Video program. Voulgaris’s work has been included in numerous exhibitions at places such as Aperture Foundation, Rubber Factory, Red Hook Labs, Baxter Street at CCNY and the Silver Eye Center for photography. Her photographs have been featured in publications such as Der Greif, Vice, The British Journal of Photography, New York and The New York Times. She is the grant recipient of the Lucie Foundation, Aaron Siskind Foundation and SVA Faculty Award.
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Discussion | The History of Antisemitism: Blood Libel (online)


Throughout history and as recently as last week, Jews have been accused of "blood libel." This history dates to the second century BCE and continued to grow, making its way into art and literature like Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, right on through the Nazi era. This panel discussion will address this history and contemporary antisemitism with Edward G. Berenson, author of The Accusation: Blood Libel in an American Town; Magda Teter, author of Blood Libel: On the Trail of an Antisemitic Myth; and Francois Soyer, author of Popularizing Anti-Semitism in Early Modern Spain and its Empire: Francisco de Torrejoncillo and the Centinela contra Judios (1674). Moderated by Sara Lipton, author of Dark Mirror: The Medieval Origins of Anti-Jewish Iconography.
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Discussions, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, The History of Antisemitism: Blood Libel (online)

Concert | R&B, Soul, Jazz fusion chamber work


Highly-recognized multi-genre concert series presents excerpts from rising star Akie Bermis' work "Alien Love Songs", which tells the story of an alien stranded on Earth who falls in love with a world-weary human through the universal language of music. Akie Bermis is singer and keyboardist of the up-and-coming fusion band, Lake Street Dive, and appears with CHC Chamber Players: Roberta Michel, Flute Benjamin Fingland, Clarinet Nicolee Kuester, French Horn Conrad Harris, Violin Pauline Kim Harris, Violin/Arranger Kal Sugatski, Viola Sasha Ono, Cello Aaron Beaumont, Piano/Synths/Arranger
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Book Discussion | Now Lila Knows: Legacy of Injustice


In Elizabeth Nunez's novel, Caribbean professor Lila Bonnard arrives in Vermont for a short-term teaching position and is forced to confront the terrible legacy of American (in)justice.
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Classical Music | Cello Works by Beethoven and More (In Person and Online)


Taeguk Mun, Cello. Program: Alfred Schnittke (1934 - 1998) Sonata for Cello and Piano; Olivier Messiaen (1908 - 1992) Quatuor pour la fin du temps; Krzystof Penderecki (1933 - 2020) Suite for Solo Cello; Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Sonata for Cello and Piano in D Major, Op. 102 No. 2.
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Concerts, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, Cello Works by Beethoven and More (In Person and Online)

Performance | Renowned Jazz Guitarist in Autobiographical Show


With his music and stories, world-famous Jazz guitarist Rudy Linka, a native of Prague, guides the audience through his life story with ease and humor, introducing the people who inspired him over his rich career. Rudy studied with legendary guitarists Jim Hall, John Abercrombie and John Scofield. He is the founder and the Artistic Director of the international music festival Bohemia JazzFest in Czechia and the host of a weekly radio show on Czech Radio, "Prima linka", as well as his own TV-show, "Linka", on Czech Television.
   New York City, NY; NYC
7:30 pm
Free
Performances, November 29, 2022, 11/29/2022, Renowned Jazz Guitarist in Autobiographical Show
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