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This event is being presented by the Borgetto Cultural Scholarship Fund, Inc. and all proceeds are being used to reach the scholarship's goal!"Find out more »
Bourbon Street of Bayside, NY and Kupferberg Center for the Arts will present a special Jazz Brunch with the James Navan Trio. Bourbon Street serves your savory favorites from New Orleans.. Enjoy a Sunday brunch style meal with sultry jazz tunes!Find out more »
VÍCTOR MANUELLE combines complex, personal lyrics with sing-along choruses. The lyrics are emotional, touching on painful subjects at times, as with “Algo Le Pasa a Mi Héroe,” (Something’s Happening to My Hero), about his father’s battle with Alzheimer’s. In this musical world, dance is a weapon against pain, so “Sal a Bailar” (Go Out Dancing) and, of course the title song, “Que Suenen Los Tambores,” carries a message everyone can feelFind out more »
Marking the first US performance of Rathaus' music in many years, “The Orchestra Now” (Bard College) performs a program of his orchestral music with conductor Leon Botstein. The program spans all periods of Rathaus’ creative life - from his earlier days in Berlin, till his later American works - and includes his Symphony #2, Op. 7 (1923), Concerto for piano, op. 45 (1939), Louisville Prelude, Op. 71 (1953), and a Suite based on Rathaus’ music to Habima’s production of “The Merchant of Venice” arranged by Ariel Davydov (Israel/USA).Find out more »
In a presidential campaign office in the near future, the Women+‘s party anxiously awaits the election results that may lead to America’s first female-identifying president. As disagreements erupt over the feasibility of radical ideals, a mysterious attack sends the party members on a fantastical journey through Aristophanes’ Athens to find the key to preventing a real-life tragedy. This tragicomic remix of “The Congresswomen,” which includes contemporary language, verse, and original songs (including original music by Tony Award-winner Stew), is an…Find out more »
Lead singer, Marshall Charloff, not only styles the magic of Prince’s talent in an uncannily unmatched fashion with his appearance, vocal imitation, and multi-instrumental capacity on guitar and piano, but Marshall has performed nationwide fronting world-class symphonies in most major cities in the US and Canada. including teaming up with the famous jazzman Marcus Anderson (New Power Generation, 3rd Eye Girl sax player) in Raleigh, NC to perform with the North Carolina Symphony Orchestra.Find out more »
If only everyone had a magic flute!
Sung in German with English Dialogue and SupertitlesFind out more »
Singer-songwriter, novelist, and film maker, Soo Hee Kim will be performing live in New York for the first time since her debut. Expect soulful performances including many of her hits, such as "That's Too Much" and "Sad Love."Find out more »
Helen is an ordinary woman of her time, withering under society's expectations of her. With no other viable options of escape, she finds herself in a boring marriage, choking in the mundanity of her existence. Restless, she yearns for more, but knows not what "more" looks like.Find out more »
EnParejaDos is a show in which Consuelo Duval and Adrián Uribe return to unite their talents to explore all the problems, conflicts and misunderstandings that arise in a couple's relationships; finding humor in the clichés and absurdities that arise between men and women.Find out more »
Alex Campos, won three Latin Grammy Awards for Best Christian album in Spanish. He is known for songs like Sueño de Morir, Al Taller del Maestro, Me robaste el Corazón, Tu Poeta, Como el Color de la Sangre, El Sonido del Silencio, No Tiene Prisa, Lenguaje de Amor y Amigos.Find out more »
This year the New York Korean Traditional Music Festival (NYKTMF) will be featuring the renowned Korean singer, ALi. ALi sang Korea's most beloved folk song at last year's National Peace Concert at Mount Paektu during the inter-Korean summit between President Moon Jae-In and Chairman Kim Jong-un. In this performance, ALi will be singing both traditional classics and a few of her famous hit songs.Find out more »
Harriet Jacobs spent seven years hiding in an attic crawl space that at its tallest reached only three feet. There were no windows, no heat, no cool breezes, only the distant sounds of her children's voices to keep her company. Jacobs was born a slave in North Carolina in 1813. Her tiny hideaway, in which she lived while in her 20s, was part of her plan for freedom. In this 60-minute, one-person adaptation of the book, actress Cherita Armstrong portrays Jacobs and narrates her harrowing story. Audience members will have a chance to ask Armstrong questions at the end of the performance.Find out more »
Innovative Juggler is a combination of high-energy juggling, clean comedy and unique performance pieces. Trained as an engineer, Greg Kennedy uses the principles of geometry and physics to create groundbreaking work with original apparatus.Find out more »
The Spring 2019 Showcase features original choreography by Queens College dance students in the Dept. of Drama, Theatre & Dance. The student choreographers collaborate with costume and lighting designers to produce finished works. Join us in celebrating dance and creativity on Queens College campus!Find out more »
Gurdas Maan is a Singer-songwriter, Actor, choreographer, and a man with many facets. Considered as one of the legends in Punjabi Music Industry he has recorded over 34 albums and has written over 305 songs...Find out more »
Music at its spookiest! The mighty forces of the orchestra will be fully engaged in this tour-de-force program. You will encounter several groups of witches, witness an execution that will send chills down your spine and even dance with the Reaper. If you think Halloween once a year is simply not enough, this is the program for you.Find out more »
"A Mi Madre Querida" is a live performance 100% dedicated to Mom. This Mother's Day, Karina, Rudy La Escala, Luis Angel and Harin el Indio will come together for the first time to sing all the hits you love! Give mom the gift of music with "A Mi Madre Querida," a concert she'll never forget!Find out more »
Brahms's Schicksalslied (Song of Fate) and Mozart's Mass in C Minor are masterpieces of personal expression. Brahms's poignant work explores themes of fate and human destiny; Mozart's Mass, left unfinished only a few years before his death, set new standards of brilliance for sacred music at the end of the eighteenth century.Find out more »
Come and celebrate Father’s Day with “El Torito” Hector Acosta, Sunday June 16th, make it a memorable one.
Vengan a celebrar el Día del padre con “El Torito” Hector Acosta el Domingo 16 de junio. Traigan la familia entera para celebrar.
Rooted to give back to the community, Yacouba regularly performs for cultural programs and benefit concerts. In recognition of his commitment to educating others in 2007 he was selected as a Teaching Artist by the Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall and returned again to Carnegie Hall in 2016 and 2019 as a featured artists in the Musical Explorers Program in New York, NY and Savannah, GA. He also received a Sunshine Award for Performing Arts, African Music in 2016.Find out more »