Avis : Choses gratuites à faire à New York cette semaine Prix

Choses gratuites à faire à Manhattan cette semaine



Choses gratuites à faire à New York cette semainePhoto: Andres Nieto Porras / Flickr




À New York, on ne peut jamais se passer des choses qu'elles incluent, et cela inclut les choses qui sont gratuites! Ajoutez quelques pièces dans la liste des activités gratuites à faire à New York cette semaine. Vous pourriez être surpris de voir combien il vous en coûtera pour passer un bon moment dans la plus grande ville du monde, avec de la musique, des musées et d'autres événements gratuits qui vous attendent.

Mary Edwards – Rockwood Music Hall
16 février 2020 – New York

Mary Edwards est une compositrice, auteure-compositrice et artiste sonore dont les projets vont d'enregistrements et de performances "qui évoquent des bandes sonores cinématographiques épiques combinées à une intimité lyrique …" (Time Out NY), à des installations sonores environnementales et architecturales immeriennes. Les thèmes de la temporalité, de la persistance, de la nostalgie, de la nostalgie, de l'enfance et du monde naturel sont entrelacés tout au long de son travail.

Hurricane Holly – Rockwood Music Hall
16 février 2020 – New York

Ouragan Holly

Troisième morceau – Rockwood Music Hall
16 février 2020 – New York

Troisième ligne

Jim Murtagh – Rockwood Music Hall
16 février 2020 – New York

Jim Murtagh

Gotham City Band Terry Waldo – Gros chat
16 février 2020 – New York

Groupe de Gotham City Terry Waldo

Jure Pukl Quintet – Gros chat
16 février 2020 – New York

Jure Pukl Quintet

Après les heures de fonctionnement du programme de déprogrammation – Fat Cat
16 février 2020 – New York

Après les heures de conduite du programme de déprogrammation

August Wells / Michael Carter – 11th Street Bar:
16 février 2020 – New York

AUGUST WELLS est un projet musical créé par Ken Griffin et John Rauchenberger à New York. Griffin est un ancien esprit créatif derrière les groupes, Rollerskate Skinny, Kid Silver et Favorite Sons. John Rauchenberger, un pianiste new-yorkais qui a notamment interprété The Favorite Sons, Maggie Estep et Daniel Carter. La musique d'August Wells est décrite comme des chansons "Strange Second World Chamber Music", "Sinatra Singing Lou Reed Songs" et "The Secret Marriage of Willy Nelson and Lee Hazlewood" Songs to Walk Through Your Upset Heart.

Expérience Black Soul – Groove
16 février 2020 – New York

Bienvenue à Black Soul Experience, un live show puissant et intense. R&B, funk, soul, soca, hip-hop, reggae et house vous feront danser dans les allées toute la nuit!

Vanguard Jazz Orchestra – Village Vanguard
16 février 2020 – New York

Le Vanguard Jazz Orchestra a commencé sa vie sous le nom de Thad Jones / Mel Lewis Orchestra en 1966. Le célèbre Village Vanguard Jazz Club de New York a réservé un groupe nouvellement formé pour trois lundis dans la soirée de février. Ces performances ont été couronnées de succès et l'engagement a été prolongé indéfiniment. Le propriétaire du Village Vanguards, Max Gordon, a déclaré à Mel Lewis: "Eh bien, continuez jusqu'à ce qu'il diminue. Plus d'un demi-siècle et plus de 2 700 lundi soir plus tard, il est toujours parti. Le Vanguard Jazz Orchestra se démarque de tous les autres groupes modernes de son genre. et il est toujours aussi puissant et vital que jamais.

Vanguard Jazz Orchestra – Village Vanguard
16 février 2020 – New York

Le Vanguard Jazz Orchestra a commencé sa vie sous le nom de Thad Jones / Mel Lewis Orchestra en 1966. Le célèbre Village Vanguard Jazz Club de New York a réservé un groupe nouvellement formé pour trois lundis dans la soirée de février. Ces performances ont été couronnées de succès et l'engagement a été prolongé indéfiniment. Le propriétaire du Village Vanguards, Max Gordon, a déclaré à Mel Lewis: "Eh bien, continuez jusqu'à ce qu'il diminue. Plus d'un demi-siècle et plus de 2 700 lundi soir plus tard, il est toujours parti. Le Vanguard Jazz Orchestra se démarque de tous les autres groupes modernes de son genre. et il est toujours aussi puissant et vital que jamais.

Artistes de la paix mondiale à Broadway 9 – The Cutting Room
16 février 2020 – New York

World Peace Artists présente sa 9e collecte de fonds annuelle à Broadway! Venez regarder des artistes de Broadway chanter, danser et raconter des histoires pour aider les enfants du monde entier. Le spectacle aura lieu le dimanche 16 février 2020 dans le très célèbre lieu de The Cutting Room. C'est une occasion rare de voir des artistes de Broadway dans un environnement de club intime et de sortir avec eux après le spectacle!

Michelle Shocked – Cafe Bohemia
16 février 2020 – New York

Michelle Shocked est une troubadour du voyage dont le talent musical est si éclectique qu'il est difficile de le catégoriser. Michelle Shocked a fait ses débuts européens en 1986 avec "The Texas Campfire Tapes", un enregistrement réalisé sur un magnétophone Sony Walkman filmé autour d'un feu de camp. En 1987, elle a signé un contrat avec (maintenant) Universal, conservant la propriété des maîtres et des éditeurs. Ses débuts en studio étaient un album de 1988, "Short Sharp Shocked"; vignettes grandissant dans les régions rurales de l'est du Texas. "Captain Swing", sorti en 1989, et "Arkansas Traveler", publié en 1992, complètent la "Mercury Trilogy". En 1995, "Quality of Mercy" était à l'écran pour le film oscarisé "Dead Man Walks". Une version studio de la sortie underground, "Kind Hearted Woman", est sortie en 1996 après avoir remporté une bataille courageuse pour conserver les droits de propriété intellectuelle. En 2002, elle lance son label Mighty Sound. La sanction du Living Gospel Bootleg de 2003 a été sanctionnée pour une sortie en 2007 sous le nom de "ToHeavenURide", suivie d'une émission en studio en 2009, "Soul of My Soul". Elle a été choquée en 2013 par le réfléchi "Vérité contre la réalité", un spectacle de performance artistique, et ses efforts en studio pour le rhum cubain 2019, les chaises musicales: … (en savoir plus)

Sunday Irish Seisin – 11th St. Bar
16 février 2020 – New York

Le dimanche soir est notre saisine irlandaise traditionnelle. C'est l'une des saisies les plus anciennes de New York. Tony DeMarco et Eamon O & # 39; Leary sont rejoints par certains des meilleurs joueurs traditionnels du monde entier. Ils ont récemment fait l'objet d'un article dans le NY Times et sont également apparus sur "Live From Here" de NPR avec Chris Thile. Les morceaux commencent à 22h et commencent très tard!

Cinjun Tate – Cafe Bohemia
16 février 2020 – New York

Avant que Remy Zero ne publie un album complet, Radiohead a trouvé leur démo et les a invités à faire partie d'une tournée américaine de The Bends. Après cela, le groupe a déménagé de l'Alabama à Los Angeles pour enregistrer leur premier album. Le premier album de Remy Zero, intitulé, s'est inspiré de ces expériences et a reçu peu de reconnaissance ou de ventes. L'album suivant de Villa Elaine les a fait louer comme "la prochaine grande chose" (par qui?). Villa Elaine a été enregistrée lorsque le groupe vivait dans un appartement du même nom à Hollywood. Le troisième album de Remy Zero "Golden Hum" a également été bien accueilli. La version de 50 secondes de la chanson "Save Me" de Golden Mound a été utilisée comme chanson thème pour Smallville de WB / CW au cours de ses dix saisons. La musique de Remy Zero est également apparue sur KCRW Morning Becasts Eclectic. La chanson de Shattered de Remy Zero a été utilisée dans les films Crazy / Beautiful et Suicidal Kings. "Fair" de Villa Elaine a été utilisé dans les films Garden State et Fanboys, "Prophecy" a été utilisé dans She's All That, The Last Kiss, "Gramarye" a été utilisé dans le film Stigmata et "Temenos (Here Come The Shakes) "a été utilisé dans le film Chamber. En outre, "Perfect Memory" a été utilisé dans le film Invisible et … (en savoir plus)

Musique 3 à 3: Concert spirituel du spirituel – Mount Morris Ascension Presbyterian Church
16 février 2020 – New York

Music Three on 3 présentera The Spiritual comme une chanson d'art solo mettant en vedette Jasmine Muhammad (soprano), Patrice P. Eaton (mezzo-soprano), George Johnson III (ténor) et Wayne Arthur Paul (baryton). Les billets coûtent 20 $.

Broadway Night – Interdiction
16 février 2020 – New York

Un cabaret classique de Broadway pour notre propre Clarise Fearn. Le meilleur du talent musical new-yorkais décore chaque mois la scène avec une variété de thèmes et de performances. Appelez pour une table. Nuit de vitrines et cocktails. Broadway night est une soirée mensuelle de théâtre musical de cabaret qui inspire les artistes et les écrivains à différentes étapes de leur carrière pour collaborer et élargir leur tribu créative.

Exposition Sylvia: Découverte de la vie au XIXe siècle – Merchant's House Museum
16 février 2020 – New York

Cet événement est répété chaque semaine le dimanche, lundi, vendredi et samedi entre le 31/03/2020. Au 04/05/2020.

Tamara Hey – Rockwood Music Hall
16 février 2020 – New York

Tamara Hey

Stephanie Manns – Rockwood Music Hall
16 février 2020 – New York

Venant d'Ecosse et maintenant appeler NYC chez elle, Stephanie Manns est une chanson country avec une influence américaine qui attire les fans des deux côtés de l'étang. Avec un nouvel EP enregistré à Nashville au studio Southern Ground de Zac Brown, et avec des éloges de soutien, y compris Blues Legend et le triple gagnant d'un Grammy Award Joan Armatrading, le guitariste Dave Davies et le chanteur Kinks, le duo de country britannique Ward Thomas & Ultravox & # 39; s Midge Watches, cet artiste de la BBC est à la hausse.

Caitlin Mahoney – Rockwood Music Hall
16 février 2020 – New York

Caitlin Mahoney est un auteur-compositeur indépendant basé à New York, dont la voix a été saluée comme "l'esprit puissant et sympathique d'Adela et de Fiona Apple". Son dernier album, "L'histoire est encore à raconter", est l'expression de l'effort indéniable de Caitlin pour ne jamais perdre de vue vos espoirs et vos rêves. Fervente adepte du soutien à toutes les femmes, Caitlin a privilégié les collaborations avec d'autres créatrices, privilégiant les réalisatrices de vidéoclips, les graphistes, les photographes, les écrivains et les artistes visuels dans la sortie de l'album.

Jennifer Silva – Rockwood Music Hall
16 février 2020 – New York

JENNIFER SILVA est un auteur-compositeur-interprète rock basé à Brooklyn. Elle est une chanteuse et interprète dynamique avec des paroles émotionnelles et évocatrices. BLUEST SKY, DARKEST EARTH est le premier album original complet de Jennifer célébrant les parties sombres et claires de l'amour. Chimera Magazine a déclaré: "Brooklynite de Jennifer Silva, le dernier numéro de Bluest Sky, Darkest Earth est lyriquement puissant et projette sa voix avec plus d'âme que je n'en ai entendu depuis très longtemps.

& # 39; Cassonade & # 39; au Sunday Brunch Comedy Show – Sanctuaire
16 février 2020 – New York

Chocolate Sundays est un nouveau spectacle de comédie dans The Shrine, réunissant des comédiens talentueux de partout, dont certains que vous pouvez voir sur Comedy Central, ComicView, B.E.T, MTV, Vh1, Conan et Late Night avec Jimmy Fallon. Venez prendre un mimosa, savourez un délicieux repas et profitez du spectacle!

La session Shrine Jazz Jam avec Andrew Kushnir – Shrine
16 février 2020 – New York

Rejoignez-nous au sanctuaire pour une session hebdomadaire de Jam chaque dimanche soir. Apportez vos instruments et préparez-vous à jouer!

Mambembe – Ensemble brésilien – Sanctuaire
16 février 2020 – New York

Mambemb, un groupe qui utilise la batterie et le reggae de samba rythmique, entend apprécier, préserver et diffuser la musique de percussion afro-brésilienne. Le groupe célèbre également la composition multiculturelle de cette ville.

Mark Dillon Band & The Connexion Culture – Reggae Shrine
16 février 2020 – New York

Artistes que j'ouvre: Sanchez, Shabba, Freddie McGregor, Barrington Levy, Bounty Killa, Luciano, Tanya Stephens, Mad Cobra, TOK, Richie Stephens, Ward 21, Richie Spice, Yellowman, Chuck Fenda, Anthony Cruz, Cecile, Red Rat , The Puissant Sparrow, Alton Ellis, Beres Hammond, Buju Banton, Junior Holt et bien d'autres.

Crown Kings Reggae Sunday – Reggae Night – Sanctuaire
16 février 2020 – New York

"Crown Kings Reggae Sundays" DJ Ceace * Dj Blue Steele * DJ Rio * Kimani

Luke Buck – Rockwood Music Hall
16 février 2020 – New York

Luke Buck est originaire des années 1980 des hameaux de l'est de la Pennsylvanie – avec l'aimable autorisation de maman et papa. Beaucoup de choses ont changé depuis lors. Ce qui a commencé comme des percussions grossières, des comptines et des mots fictifs Somewhere Over the Rainbow est lentement devenu plein de phrases et de pensées réelles. Et puis c'est arrivé dans les années 90, dont Luke n'a jamais réussi à s'échapper. Dieu merci, c'est presque encore cool

Clay Habitats – Musée d'art pour enfants
16 février 2020 – Hudson Square

Les animaux ont des habitats et des lieux différents qu'ils appellent chez eux. Les ermites et les tortues ont des coquillages, les ours vivent dans des grottes et les abeilles vivent dans des ruches. Construisez votre habitat animalier et concevez-le comme vous le souhaitez!

Liens – Rockwood Music Hall
16 février 2020 – New York

LINKS est un costume de 9 pièces avec une section de cor entière jouant de la musique que les robots baiseraient à l'avenir et pour laquelle les grands-mères feraient maintenant des cookies.

Roberta Gambarini & Friends – Célébration de la Saint-Valentin – Blue Note Jazz Club
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – New York

Roberta Gambarini est née à Turin, en Italie, dans une famille où le jazz était très apprécié et apprécié. Enfant, elle a commencé à écouter cette musique et a commencé à enseigner la clarinette à l'âge de douze ans. À l'âge de 17 ans, elle avait commencé à chanter et à se produire dans des clubs de jazz dans le nord de l'Italie. À 18 ans, elle décide de déménager à Milan pour poursuivre une carrière de chanteuse de jazz.

Espace intime – Broome Street Gallery
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – New York

Dame Products, une entreprise de bien-être sexuel qui aide les gens à trouver des outils pour une plus grande satisfaction de la chambre, organise une pop-up: Intimate Space, du 6 au 16 février à Nolita. Rejoignez les dames dans une exposition bimensuelle sur la façon dont le plaisir fait partie de notre santé et entrez en contact avec vous-même et les autres. Voir les détails, l'emplacement et la disposition contextuelle complète ci-dessous. En plus du yoga, des lectures d'horoscope et des panneaux sur la santé des seins, la grossesse et le sexe conscient, les pop-ups incluront une expérience de magasinage IRL tous les jours (juste à temps pour VDay). C'est le seul endroit où acheter Arc, un nouveau vibromasseur Dames à point G, avant la Saint-Valentin (les dames ont été vendues en ligne seulement 72 heures après le lancement). Tous les détails sur la programmation peuvent être trouvés ci-dessous. Pop-up est GRATUIT à visiter tous les jours de 11h à 19h. Certains événements nécessitent un billet (avec des options gratuites) et tous les revenus des billets payés vont à Planned Parenthood. Espace invisible Quand: du 6 au 16 février, de 11 h à 19 h Où: 345 Broome St, New York, NY 10013 Quotidien: de 11 h à 19 h Cartes de la Saint-Valentin GRATUITES Remplissez la carte pour ce spécial VENDREDI, 2 / 7- Dimanche 2/9: 11h – 17h Lectures gratuites de l'horoscope sexuel avec le sextrologue Stef … (en savoir plus)

SOIRÉE SUR LE TOIT SAMEDI SOIR | TIMES SQUARE NEW YORK – Chambre Sky
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – New York

SKY ROOM330 WEST 40th STREETDOORS OUVERT SUR RÉSERVATION 10 CATALOGUE D'ACHAT

Festival du court-métrage de février – Auditorium Bernie Wohl
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – New York

L'Ensemble Greenhouse marque notre premier court métrage en février! Nous vous apportons les meilleurs courts métrages que nous pouvons gérer. Chaque projection est accompagnée de beaux-arts et de musique live que vous attendez de Greenhouse Events. Nous vous présenterons notre premier prix – The Sprout – dans ces cinq catégories: Meilleur film (Choix du juge), Meilleur réalisateur – (Choix du public) Meilleure performance – (Choix du public) Meilleure photographie – (Choix du public) Meilleur scénario (Choix du public) 15 février à 20h, 16 février à 15h, Bernie Wohl Center647 Columbus Avenuehttps: //www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4500560

Découvrez la PlayStation à Sony Square NYC – Sony Square NYC
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – New York

Célébrez 25 ans de jeu avec la collection de titres sur PS4 et PS VR.

Quand je serai grand! – Musée d'art pour enfants
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – Hudson Square

Créez un hymne qui dira à tout le monde ce que vous changerez dans le monde lorsque vous serez grand. C'est maintenant votre chance de briller!

Bubby & # 39; s #AvoToastForAussies Donation Drive – Bubby & # 39; s
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – New York

Afin de répandre un peu plus d'amour ce week-end pour la Saint-Valentin, l'icône du brunch de New York, Bubbys, s'est associée à la Humane Society International pour aider la faune australienne à se remettre des tempêtes dévastatrices qui continuent de faire rage. Du vendredi 14 février au dimanche 16 février à Bubbys, New York (High Line et Tribeca), les convives pourront donner sur place le prix du toast à l'avocat populaire (18 $) pour le logement et la sécurité alimentaire , eau et soins. Australian Wildlife par le biais du Humane Society Internationals Animal Rescue Fund. La campagne de dons #AvoToastForAussies sera disponible pendant le petit-déjeuner et le dîner Bubbys. C'est la tête d'un plat de petit-déjeuner bien-aimé originaire d'Australie.

NeXa Pilates & Fitness – NeXa Pilates & Fitness
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – New York

NeXa Pilates & Fitness rassemble un noyau de formateurs expérimentés, qualifiés et compétents au sommet de leur domaine. Le studio de remise en forme propose une large gamme de gymnases et d'équipements ainsi qu'un spa avec des douches premium, des saunas infrarouges et une cryothérapie locale. Dirigé par le maître formateur Anna Clark, NeXa Pilates & Fitness propose des instructeurs de Pilates de formation classique de certaines des meilleures écoles de New York. Grâce à une approche complète du corps entier, aux instructions de l'instructeur et à votre engagement, NeXa Pilates & Fitness peut vous aider à atteindre la physique dont vous avez toujours rêvé. Pour plus d'informations, visitez www.nexapilates.com212-803-3323NeXa Pilates & Fitness2273 Broadway, New York, NY, 10024

Gourmandises de la Saint-Valentin à MarieBelle New York – MarieBelle New York
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – New York

Pour ceux qui ont les dents douces, MarieBelle est tout au sujet de la natation pour une célébration de la Saint-Valentin l'après-midi. MarieBelle de New York offrira son nouveau brunch, disponible les samedis et dimanches, à partir du samedi 8 février 2020; et leur goûter servi toute la journée, tous les jours, à partir du jeudi 13 février 2020. Parfait pour ceux qui veulent éviter les longues files d'attente et les réservations, vous pourrez savourer un délicieux repas de la Saint-Valentin tout le week-end avec MarieBelles Brunch. Certains brunchs incluent le Croque Monsieur avec du prosciutto de la Forêt-Noire, du gruyère, du pain béchamel grillé et des légumes verts mélangés; Pizza au saumon norvégien fumé avec mayo au wasabi, roquette et câpres; et Oeufs Huevos Rancheros avec côté ensoleillé, sauce tomate, chipotle, fromage feta, coriandre et jalapenos. Le thé chaud MarieBelles est idéal pour les collations légères et les boissons délicieuses. Vous et votre proche pouvez déguster des mini-gâteaux et de minuscules fondues au chocolat, des gâteaux, des madeleines, de la confiture et du beurre, divers sandwichs comme le saumon et le fromage à la crème à l'aneth, et plus encore! Ceux qui viennent pour le thé pendant la Saint-Valentin recevront une boîte de 2 ganaches de la Saint-Valentin gratuite. Visitez www.mariebelle.com pour plus d'informations

Onzième anniversaire de l'exposition et de la vente des beaux-arts de New York 2020 – Riverside Church
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – New York

Le Harlem Fine Arts Show (HFAS) célèbre la diaspora africaine en réunissant des artistes contemporains avec une collection croissante de collectionneurs pour un week-end d'événements et d'activités. HFAS fournit une plate-forme pour mettre en évidence les avancées dans les domaines des arts, de l'éducation, de l'économie, des soins de santé et d'autres domaines. En outre, il reconnaît et rend hommage à ceux qui, en travaillant dans ces différents secteurs, se consacrent à élever leurs communautés et à ceux qui y vivent. Le but de faciliter ce rassemblement est de mettre en valeur les idées culturelles et de faire connaître ce travail extraordinaire créé par ces artistes internationaux, locaux et locaux. Soirées d'ouverture, expositions, festivités, bonnes affaires et plus le week-end du jeudi 13 février au dimanche 16 février

Spécial Saint Valentin à HandCraft Kitchen & Cocktails – HandCraft Kitchen & Cocktails
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – New York

HandCraft Kitchen & Cocktails, un bar à cocktails artisanal populaire et un restaurant Murray Hills, propose un week-end spécial pour la Saint-Valentin. Du vendredi 14 février au dimanche 16 février, les clients peuvent profiter d'un menu à trois plats à prix fixe (50 $ par personne plus taxes et pourboire) qui comprend une entrée gratuite et un cocktail gratuit entre choix . Pour afficher le menu complet, visitez www. HandCraftnyc.com HandCraft est ouvert le vendredi de 16h00 à 2h00, le samedi de 11h00 à 2h00 et le dimanche de 11h00 à minuit.

Morceau de comédie en première mondiale de Brocade au 17e siècle Venise – Théâtre pour une nouvelle ville
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – New York

Une comédie intrigante en première mondiale se déroulant dans la Venise du XVIIe siècle, écrite par Robert E. DiNardo. Shela Xoregos dirige un casting de six personnes, dont Ethelyn Friend *, Sarah Kebede-Fiedler, Carla Lewis *, Bennett Saltzman, Gene Santarelli * et Jacob Silburn avec des extraits de violon de Laura Zawarski. La musique originale a été composée par Barbara Rottman. 1615. Venise. Une ville cosmopolite peuplée de gens de nombreuses nations et préférences. De façon étrange, la vie intrigante de la femme autrefois tristement célèbre, maintenant déguisée en religieuse, un couturier portant ses robes, son intelligent amant africain, le mystérieux Don Juan, un novice jouant du violon et une couturière de soixante ans, sont tissés. Comédie inhabituelle avec des rebondissements incroyables, Brocade vous remontera le moral et vous surprendra. Les billets coûtent 18 $. Les étudiants / aînés coûtent 15 $. Visitez TheaterForTheNewCity.net ou BrownPaperTickets.com. La représentation a lieu du jeudi au samedi à 20 h. et le dimanche à 15h00. Le retour aura lieu après 15h00. représentation le dimanche 9 février avec dramaturge, violoniste et concerts. La durée est d'environ deux heures, plus un intervalle de 15 minutes.

Hidden Interiors – Musée d'art pour enfants
Jusqu'au 16 février 2020 – Hudson Square

Rejoignez-nous aujourd'hui alors que nous fabriquons des bâtiments en carton! Les jeunes artistes recevront une boîte en carton pour créer l'intérieur et l'extérieur d'une maison ou d'un bâtiment. Gardez la boîte fermée et ayez une petite sculpture à la maison ou ouvrez-la et découvrez le monde caché de l'intérieur rempli de meubles, de petites choses et plus encore!

Heure des membres – Musée d'art pour enfants
17 février 2020 – Hudson Square

Les membres de l'AMC bénéficient d'un accès exclusif au musée de 10 h à 23 h. Pour en savoir plus sur l'adhésion et l'inscription, cliquez ici.

Tower Mosaic with Tom Fruin – Musée d'art des enfants
17 février 2020 – Hudson Square

Inspiré par les structures de vitraux multicolores de Tom Fruin, utilisez des carreaux et d'autres matériaux fragmentés incrustés dans de l'argile pour créer de belles structures réfléchissantes qui peuvent être vues dans les rues de New York! Les bâtiments, les châteaux d'eau et les serres peuvent être utilisés pour inspirer nos créations mixtes.

Chasse au trésor à l'école Watson Adventures Wizard School – Metropolitan Museum of Art
17 février 2020 – New York

Les jeunes sorciers apprécieront un voyage au Metropolitan Museum, à la recherche d'art qui résonne avec des personnages et des objets enchantés dans les livres de Harry Potter. Vous trouverez des serpents, des Dumbledore similaires et des personnages aussi effrayants que n'importe quel Mangemort. La chasse n'est pas un ajout ou une variation des aventures de Harry, mais les références de livres fourniront un pont surprenant vers de nombreuses œuvres d'art étranges et merveilleuses. Les enfants doivent être accompagnés d'un adulte, mais les équipes adultes peuvent concourir séparément. Pour les 10 ans et plus. L'entrée au musée est incluse dans le prix. Un achat à l'avance est requis.

Alex Hargreaves et Mike Barnett – Rockwood Music Hall
17 février 2020 – New York

Décrit comme «l'un des plus grands violonistes d'improvisation en Amérique aujourd'hui», le virtuose mandoliniste / compositeur Mike Marshall, Alex Hargreaves est un violoniste à la maison jouant du bluegrass, du jazz et tout le reste. Basée à Brooklyn, NY, Alex a joué avec Jerry Douglas, David Grisman, Bel Fleck, Danil Perez et a joué avec de nombreux autres, dont Punch Brothers, Sierra Hull, Steve Martin et Kacey Musgraves, apparaissant lors de ses débuts samedi samedi En direct. Il a été membre du Turtle Island Quartet, lauréat d'un Grammy Award 2016-2019, apparaissant dans leur sortie Bird's Eye View en 2018, et on peut souvent l'entendre jouer dans un groupe maison sur l'émission de radio publique "Live From Here" avec Chris Thile.

Neon Cove présente: HEX THE PATRIARCHY – Arlen's groceries
17 février 2020 – New York

Nuit de rock and roll féministe queer et drag de Neon Coven, créatrice de la boîte de nuit de musique à succès OSCAR sur The CrownFeaturing Jan Sport (RuPaul's Drag Race Season 12), She's Everist et plus OMS: New York City drag icon Jan Le sport de la saison 12 de RuPaul est une course de dragsters, elle est Everist, dirigée par Kelly McIntyreActor et chanteuse Kae BraggActor et chanteuse Alia HodgeSinger / auteur-compositeur Danielle LussierActrice et chanteuse Mark MaurielloActrice et chanteuse Jada TempleMusique Andrew Barret CoxRéalisé par Shira Milikowoven Thème: Thème une OSCAR musicale à la Couronne, vous brûlerez le cœur de l'hiver dans un feu avec du bon rock féministe queer à l'ancienne! Avec la musique du film "Hexed" d'Andrew Barrett Cox et des invités spéciaux supplémentaires. Prenez un verre, remplissez vos cristaux et mettez le patriarcat.

Monday Night Jazz Night – 11th St. Bar
17 février 2020 – New York

Tous les lundis sont la 11e St. Jazz Night. Bar. Notre groupe maison, "The 11th St. Bar Quintet", se compose du piano Richard Clements, de la basse Murray Wall, de la batterie Taro Okomoto, du sax ténor Grant Stewart et de la trompette Joe Magnarelli. De plus, le Dr Barry Harris est connu pour siéger occasionnellement.

Roshni Samlal – Gros chat
17 février 2020 – New York

Roshni Samlal

Groupe George Braith – Gros chat
17 février 2020 – New York

Groupe George Braith

Après les heures dirigées par Billy Kaye – Fat Cat
17 février 2020 – New York

Après les heures, ils étaient dirigés par Billy Kaye

Hot Club avec Matthew & # 39; FAT CAT & # 39; Les lundis de Rivera au Cafe Bohemia – Cafe Bohemia
17 février 2020 – New York

Dans les années 1930, les maisons de disques françaises et les passionnés du jazz hot ont commencé à enregistrer des groupes appelés Hot Club of France, une institution majeure d'écoute et d'appréciation du jazz en Europe, lorsque de rares disques importés étaient rares et menacés par la montée en puissance du fascisme. L'écoute du panel était un rituel commun et ratifié, plein de plaisir de débat et de répétition.

Margarita Monday à TGA NYC – TGA NYC
17 février 2020 – New York

Margarita propose au Margarita TGA NYC un restaurant de luxe et un bar sportif avec un toit rétractable dès lundi. Vous pourrez boire 10 margaritas spéciales toute la journée. Le menu, sujet à changement, comprend: Figue Margarita (en prenant des figues avec elle) Viva Resposado tequila, vodka figue noire, citron vert frais, agave, triple sec., Figue fraîche Berry Sangarita Viva Joven tequila, tilleul frais, agave, triple sec, sprite de Malbec , baies fraîches, choix de cerceau de fraises tequila Rita-Collins Viva Joven, vodka abricot, citron frais, agave, triple sec., concombre frais, cerceau tina tequila Viva Joven, fraises fraîches en forme de fraise, tilleul frais, agave, triple secondes, anneau de bonbons Pas tout à fait calme (+ 2 $) Viva Resposado Tequila, liqueur d'orange, ananas frais, orgeat, citron vert frais, flotteur de tequila Viva Anejo La tequila ClassicViva Joven, citron vert frais, agave, triple sec

Leland Sundries – Rockwood Music Hall
17 février 2020 – New York

Leland Sundries

Xanthe Alexis – Rockwood Music Hall
17 février 2020 – New York

Xanthe Alexis L'artiste Colorant Springs Xanthe Alexis s'appuie sur une multitude d'influences traditionnelles pour créer sa propre boîte à musique saisissante et complètement originale. En 2016, la chanteuse / compositrice acclamée a sorti son album Radio Chart Topping, un LP auto-publié et financé par ses fans, "Time of War".

Mike Nisbet – Rockwood Music Hall
17 février 2020 – New York

Mike Nisbet

Remorque Lawrence – Rockwood Music Hall
17 février 2020 – New York

Remorque Lawrence

Cassidy Andrews – Rockwood Music Hall
17 février 2020 – New York

Cassidy Andrews

Danae Greenfield – Rockwood Music Hall
17 février 2020 – New York

Danae Greenfield

Keoni Bolding, Alto – L'école Juilliard
17 février 2020 – New York

Keoni Bolding, Alto

Chris Reynolds, Piano de collaboration – École Juilliard
17 février 2020 – New York

Chris Reynolds, billets nécessaires pour un piano commun

Promenade découverte pour les familles: Turtle Pond – Château du Belvédère dans Central Park
17 février 2020 – Manhattan

Amenez votre famille et découvrez la tortue Les tortues sont cinq espèces de tortues qui vivent ici toute l'année

Kate Skales – Auteur-compositeur-interprète – Sanctuary
17 février 2020 – New York

Née en Pennsylvanie, Kate Skales est un auteur-compositeur, maintenant basé à Los Angeles, en Californie. Ses airs sont entraînants et même un peu méchants, ils tombent dans les genres Rock / Blues / Country. Avec des voix puissantes qui soutiennent ses paroles et mélodies étranges, Kate a déjà été décrite comme une "badass vulnérable" et a accepté cette description poétique de ses bras ouverts.

Sur place – The Broadway Comedy Club
17 février 2020 – New York

"Qu'obtenez-vous lorsque vous combinez certaines des meilleures voix de New York avec des improvisateurs de classe mondiale? Vous obtenez un tout nouveau type de spectacle où une nouvelle comédie musicale est créée chaque soir …" Sur place. "" Cheery Good Fun "(Salut! Drame)! "

DJ Saddam – Sanctuaire
17 février 2020 – New York

DJ Saddam de Côte d'Ivoire Afrobeat DJ, Hip Hop, House et plus encore! Avec 20 ans d'expérience, le DJ aux multiples talents est connu dans le divertissement musical en tant qu'animateur, chanteur et a joué dans de nombreux événements afro-américains, y compris le Festival international de la Mafrika, etc. .

Journée du président du CAMP – CAMP
17 février 2020 – New York

Vous voilà! Venez célébrer l'anniversaire de Washington et de Lincoln alors que nous créons de l'artisanat présidentiel et des tours de magie! À qui s'adresse cet événement? Camarades présidentiels de tous âgesPourquoi devrais-je venir? Célébrez la vie, la liberté et la recherche d'une CAMPAGNE! Combien de temps cela prendra environ 45 minutes.

Groupe Joe Farnsworth – Petits
17 février 2020 – New York

Joe Farnsworth est déjà considéré comme l'un des meilleurs batteurs de jazz au monde, mais pour lui, cela n'a pas encore commencé.

Musique de Philip Glass Ensemble in Twelve Parts at Le Poisson Rouge – Le Poisson Rouge
Jusqu'au 17 février 2020 – New York

16-17 février, dim 16 h 30 et 19 h 30; Lundi 18h et 21h Le Kit Filip Glass offrira une performance spéciale de l'œuvre monumentale de Philip Glass Twelve Parts Music de quatre heures sur Le Poisson Rouge pendant quatre sets le 16 février à 16h30 (Parties 1, 2, 3) et 19h30 (Parties 4, 5 , 6) et le lundi 17 février 2020 à 18h (parties 7, 8, 9) et 21h (parties 10, 11, 12). Des pass pour les quatre sets sont disponibles ainsi que des tickets pour les sets individuels. Chaque ensemble prendra environ une heure. Muzika u dvanaest dijelova, koju je Philip Glass napisao između 1971. i 1974., namjerni je enciklopedijski sastav nekih tehnika ponavljanja koje je skladatelj razvijao od sredine 1960-ih. Imajte na umu da Philip Glass neće nastupiti sa Ansamblom. 25-40 dolara.Predstavio Le Poisson Rouge.https: //lpr.com/? S = philip + staklo + ansambl

Jazz orkestar Vanguard – Village Vanguard
Do 17. februara 2020. – New York

Cohen ne budi brze melodične linije geparda zarad bljeska, a on ne pretjerano kompenzira. Njegov živahni dodir, odmeren napredak i topao harmonični rečnik ukazuju na to da je iznad bilo kakvog zamagljenog tehničkog izgleda.

Presidents Weekend Shutdown w / Hennessy Open Bar & BESPLATNA Krila – Katra Lounge & Event Prostor
Do 17. februara 2020. – New York

Presidents Weekend Shutdown w/ Hennessy Open Bar & FREE Wings

Misfit Prom – Taj II Lounge
February 18, 2020 – New York

Misfit Prom:For all the those who felt they didn't belong at their own prom, or for those who want to relive the prom of their dreams- this evening will have it all! Featuring DJ Amer Jandali spinning the music,delicious food, open bar, fancy mocktails, fun activities, amazing auction items, and live performances!Your attendance will support self-esteem, positive body image, and arts education for youth! The night will serve as a fundraiser for our friends at Realize Your Beauty* and their wonderful outreach programs. Come join the celebration and bring all your friends!

Jam With Jamie – Gotham West Market Club Room
February 18, 2020 – New York

Good afternoon,It is hard to find fun indoor activities for kids during the cold winter season. Thankfully, Gotham West Market is hosting beloved family music program Jam With Jamie on Tuesday, February 18th at 11 a.m.This event is free and open to the public and features interactive music and dancing, a sing-a-long, bubbles, parachute play, and much more! This jam session is a great opportunity for families to have fun and be active together during the cold month of February. For your reference, I've attached a flyer with more information. Please let us know if you would be interested in including this event on your upcoming event listings or any other pieces you may be working on. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts!Best,

Launch of Homeis for African Communities in NYC – Shrine
February 18, 2020 – New York

Homeis, the digital networking platform taking on the responsibility of building a better Internet for immigrants, is hosting a party for the launch of its French-speaking African community at one of Harlems most popular venues: SHRINE NYC. On Tuesday, February 18, join Homeis at SHRINE to meet neighbors and new friends from Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, and more. Listen to live music by the Guinean band Kakande and enjoy the first drink on us!

Seth Adam – The 11th Street Bar:
February 18, 2020 – New York

Singer/songwriter Seth Adam writes compelling, genuine songs with honest lyrics. Taking cues from artists like Counting Crows, Tom Petty, and Jason Isbell, he creates his own brand of Americana rock & roll. His most recent release is called "East Rock" and a new full-length album is in the works. He was also recently nominated for Male Performer of the year in the New England Music Awards.

East River Bandits – The 11th Street Bar:
February 18, 2020 – New York

All original "Texas Style" Country Rock Band the East River Bandits played their first-ever show at 11th St. Bar and still call it their home. Since their first of 3 releases came out they have graced such stages as Mercury Lounge and Bowery Ballroom but still keep on coming back. They have a new album in the works and also always surprise the crowd with their own take on a few choice cover songs.

Pasquale Grasso – Solo Guitar – Cafe Bohemia
February 18, 2020 – New York

The best guitar player Ive heard in maybe my entire life is floating around now, Pasquale Grasso, – Pat Metheny, Vintage Guitar MagazineBorn in Italy and now based in New York City, the 30-year- old guitarist has developed an astounding technique and concept informed not by jazz guitarists so much as by bebop pioneers like Powell, Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie and the classical-guitar tradition. His new digital-only EP series, available beginning in June from Sony Masterworks, showcases Grasso in the solo-guitar format, where his intensive studies of both mid-century jazz and classical meld into a signature mastery that is, remarkably, at once unprecedented and evocative.

Kate Skales – Rockwood Music Hall
February 18, 2020 – New York

Kate Skales is a singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, CA. Since releasing her first record last year, Kate has gained many fans and followers who have characterized her music as catchy and a little mean. Her genre is a healthy mix of rock, country and blues. With powerhouse vocals to back up her haunting lyrics and melodies, Kate was once described as a "vulnerable badass" and she has embraced that poetic description with open arms.

Pete Sinjin – Rockwood Music Hall
February 18, 2020 – New York

Pete Sinjin is best known as "Hootenanny Pete" around the Brooklyn neighborhood where he and his family have operated the 'Hootenanny Art House' since 2007.Pete has shared his love of music with thousands of kids over more than a decade of teaching classes from California to Brooklyn.

The Chordaes – Rockwood Music Hall
February 18, 2020 – New York

The Chordaes

Anna Rose – Rockwood Music Hall
February 18, 2020 – New York

Anna Rose is an accomplished singer, songwriter, and guitarist. The fiery dynamo has been working in the music industry for over a decade. Whether as an artist, a label head, a songwriter for film and TV, or behind the scenes alongside her father, legendary composer Alan Menken, Anna puts her passion for music into everything she creates. Defined as "bluesy rock-n-roll" by Paper magazine, Rose is walking, singing proof that big things most definitely come in small packages. Between her most recent single, The Chariot, and her previous singles, Sucker Puncher and Nobody Knows I'm Here (the latter was featured on NBC's hit show This Is Us), Anna Rose has announced an exciting shift in her artistic career as she moves closer to her roots in the singer-songwriter world. These are the first two singles from her highly-anticipated album, produced by Grammy-nominated producer Paul Moak. Due out later this year, the project is the result of two years of writing & redefining in Nashville, TN. To date, Rose has toured all over the world, sharing stages with a variety of notable artists, including Ron Pope, Marc Cohn, Joan Osborne, John Waite, Howie Day, Teddy read more)

Michael Daves – Rockwood Music Hall
February 18, 2020 – New York

Michael Daves was born in 1977 in the southern empire of Atlanta, Georgia. He grew up playing bluegrass in that grand old tradition of staying up late & singing real loud. As a young, impressionable-type person, he spent his free time at the venerable Freight Room, Atlanta's answer to the Opry. There he learned at the footlights of the masters: Dallas Burell, Del McCoury, John Hartford, Norman Blake, and many others, as well as family friends Whit Connah and Barbara Panter. Although he's since moved north, the humid south remains, lodged in his heart and sinus cavities.

Grey McMurray – Rockwood Music Hall
February 18, 2020 – New York

Grey McMurray

Watson Adventures Grand Central Scramble Family Scavenger Hunt – Grand Central Terminal
February 18, 2020 – New York

Join Watson Adventures on a unique scavenger hunt for adults and kids 7 and up! Kids and adults work together to uncover the secrets of this amazing train station. To win, youll have to go nuts in the Whispering Gallery, learn a secret about the stars in the sky, find TV celebs in the food court, stand on fish under an upside-down tree in the Grand Central Market, and learn the arrival time of a ghost train. Kids must be accompanied by an adult. Advance purchase is required.

KAREN SLACK, soprano with Reed Tetzloff, pianist – Revelation Gallery at St. John's in the Village
February 18, 2020 – New York

Music of Schubert, R. Strauss, Ravel, and spiritualsVillage Meridian Series presents(Wine at 7:00, and the music will commence at 7:30 p.m.)Karen Slack, sopranoReed Tetzloff, pianist

Liverpool at Atletico Madrid Champions League – 11th St. Bar
February 18, 2020 – New York

Doors open at 2:00pm. No Reservations. First come, first served up to 125 people. No children under 21 without a parent. Liverpool NY Merchandise available during the match.

Hot In Here: A Comedy Show Against Climate Change – The Kraine Theater
February 18, 2020 – New York

Marcus Cardona and Amy Cardinale present – Hot In Here : A Comedy Show Against Climate Change is a comedy show where proceeds from the show will be going to aid those affected by the Australian Bushfires, Wildlife Recovery, as well to 350NYC a grassroots organization leading against the larger oil corporations. Marches are hard, laughter is fun. Alongside a great evening of comedic performances also attending will be a keynote speaker informing us on what we can do locally to combat climate change.Performers include:- Neko White (TruTV)- Ricky Downes (Animal Planet)- Michael Rowland (Comedy Central)- Katie Hannigan (The Late Show With Stephen Colbert)- Marcus Cardona (Asian Comedy Festival, Brooklyn House Of Comedy)- Amy Cardinale (New York City Comedy Club)- And more TBA

Saul Rubin Zebtet – Fat Cat
February 18, 2020 – New York

Saul Rubin Zebtet

Cocomama – Fat Cat
February 18, 2020 – New York

Cocomama

After Hours hosted by Kelly Green – Fat Cat
February 18, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by Kelly Green

No Name Comedy / Variety Show @ Word Up in Washington Heights – Word Up Community Bookshop/Libreria Comunitaria
February 18, 2020 – NEW YORK

Each No Name show @ the wonderful Word Up bookshop features a mix of some of NYCs best comics, storytellers, and more.Each show also includes No Name's OPEN STAGE–the place where ANYONE can get up and do ANYTHING! And we DO mean anything…Eric Vetter is the MC Scheduled guests for Tuesday, February 18th:Charles McBee Rachael Parenta Ryan Brown Nicky Sunshine & mor Admission- FREE!!, donations welcome WORD UP Bookshop located at 2113 Amsterdam Ave (corner of 165th St) in Manhattan. By subway- A, C OR 1 train to 168th StFor additional information, go to wordupbooks.com or call (347) 688-4456.

Illuminating Forgotten Histories: New York City's Early Black Communities – Schomburg Center For Research In Black Culture
February 18, 2020 – New York

The Lapidus Center for the Historical Analysis of Transatlantic Slavery and the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation are partnering to illuminate aspects of New York City's early Black neighborhoods. From Seneca Village, a community that will be formally memorialized in Central Park soon to Greenwich Village's "Little Africa", our group of experts will address the work of discovery, preservation, and documentation of these and other historically significant, but widely-forgotten Black communities. Panelists will include:

Ryan Owens and Christine Baird – Prohibition
February 18, 2020 – New York

You may have previously seen Christine Baird and Ryan Owens as solo acts at Prohibition, but this dynamic couple is now coming together at the site of their first date to bring you a night of feel-good tunes and exceptionally great vibes. Ranging everywhere from indie/rock classics to recent John Mayer hits, this duo will cover the songs that tug at the heartstrings, take you back, and leave a lasting smile.

The Art of Reclaimed Wood – The National Arts Club
February 18, 2020 – New York

Wood reclaimed from old houses, factories, barns, and boardwalks has become a valuable commodity, treasured for the patina that gives witness to its history. Today, the woods are both preserved like the woods that frame The National Arts Club and reemerge through demolition.Klaas Armster and Alan Solomon are partners at Sawkill Lumber, a Brooklyn-based supplier of reclaimed woods. Their recent book, Reclaimed Wood, A Field Guide, published by Abrams Books, is the first complete visual handbook to this popular resource, covering history, culture, salvage, contemporary uses, and practical advice.Join Armster and Solomon as they reveal the fascinating history and new uses of New York Citys hidden resource reclaimed wood.

Chris Wong, Flute – The Juilliard School
February 18, 2020 – New York

Chris Wong, Flute

Yi Qun Xu, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 18, 2020 – New York

Yi Qun Xu, Cello

Chris Wong, Flute – The Juilliard School
February 18, 2020 – New York

Chris Wong, Fluteno tickets required

Yi Qun Xu, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 18, 2020 – New York

Yi Qun Xu, Cellono tickets required

Here Lies The Human Race- Sci-fi folk Rock World Music – Shrine
February 18, 2020 – New York

Here Lies The Human Race is a collection of musicians telling the saga of the exploration, colonization and eventual revolution on Mars. What started out as a single Martian folk song, has transformed into a concept album incorporating the genres of progressive folk to indie rock to world music.

Discovery Walks for Families: Harlem Meer – Charles A. Dana Discovery Center in Central Park
February 18, 2020 – Manhattan

Now at the northeast corner of Central Park, the rocky landscape surrounding the Harlem Meer has a storied history.

DJ Yote from Japan – Shrine
February 18, 2020 – New York

Based in NYC since 2015 , DJ YOTE is a very famous and professional dj in Japan. He started his career in JAPAN since 2002. He spins Hip

Gedalya- Singer Songwriter – Shrine
February 18, 2020 – New York

Gedalya's songs reflect his journey as well as the outlook he is striving for. When asked about himself, this singer/songwriter simply says, "I'm a learner!" His album, "With Help from Heaven" is the product of a student of life's creative side, weaving thought provoking messages into poetic verse set to original music.

Jam With Jamie – Gotham West Market Club Room
February 18, 2020 – New York

Good afternoon,It is hard to find fun indoor activities for kids during the cold winter season. Thankfully, Gotham West Market is hosting beloved family music program Jam With Jamie on Tuesday, February 18th at 11 a.m.This event is free and open to the public and features interactive music and dancing, a sing-a-long, bubbles, parachute play, and much more! This jam session is a great opportunity for families to have fun and be active together during the cold month of February. For your reference, I've attached a flyer with more information. Please let us know if you would be interested in including this event on your upcoming event listings or any other pieces you may be working on. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts!Best,

Noah Preminger Quintet – Smalls
February 19, 2020 – New York

Of Brooklyn-based saxophonist Noah Preminger, The New York Times declares: “Mr. Preminger designs a different kind of sound for each note, an individual destiny and story.John O'Gallagher is one of the most compelling alto saxophonists and composers at work today on the avant-jazz scene.Pianist & Composer Leo Genovese was born in Venado Tuerto, Argentina.Dan WeissKim Cass

While She Sleeps – Gramercy Theatre
February 19, 2020 – New York

16+ Unless Accompanied by a Guardian

Discovery Walks for Families: Harlem Meer – Charles A. Dana Discovery Center in Central Park
February 19, 2020 – Manhattan

Now at the northeast corner of Central Park, the rocky landscape surrounding the Harlem Meer has a storied history.

Saul Rubin Trio – Cafe Bohemia
February 19, 2020 – New York

2 sets, 8PM and 10PM. Visit Eventbrite for early and late show tickets.Saul Rubin, accomplished guitarist and composer has been working in the New York area since 1980. Saul's diverse career has taken him from broadcast, multimedia and post production facilities as well as clubs and concert halls . In 1997 Saul started his own production company Zebulon Sound and Light, specializing in recording original music, audio/video production, multimedia and animation.However, Saul's real passion is jazz guitar which is evident in his mature, driving, virtuosic style. He has worked with many great musicians like: Roy Hargrove, John Hicks, Victor Lewis , Hank Jones, Frank Wess, Cameron Brown, Essiet Essiet, Dave Schnitter, Alex Blake, Curtis Lundy, Larry Willis, Steven Scott, Jonathon Blake, Clifford Barbaro, Wynard Harper, Candido, Bruce Cox, Sue Terry, Marion Cowings, Nora Jones, Marilyn , Tessa Souter, Avishai Cohen, Gregory Hutchinson, Joe Magnarelli, Ned Goold, Neal Caine, Darren Barret, Mino Cinelu, Leslie Harrison, Claudio Roditi, Jeff "Tain" Watts, Badal Roy, Jerry Gonzalez, Victor Jones, Gerald Cannon, Paul Jeffrey, Jerry Weldon, Bobby Forrester, Craig Handy, Groove Collec… (read more)

Soul Cake / Puma Perl & Friends / Mike Edison's Dirty Valentine – The 11th Street Bar:
February 19, 2020 – New York

10:15: SoulCake – JOff Wilson, SaraFe, Laura Sativa and the occasional special guest or two play sweet and sultry songs about this crazy thing called life. https://www.facebook.com/SoulCakeNYC/ 9:00: Puma Perl and Friends – merges spoken word with rock and roll and original music. Friends are Joff Wilson, Joe Sztabnik, Dave Donen, and Danny Ray. "Puma Perl & Friends is art at its best; collaborative, thrilling, and authentic. There is no posturing; it's poetry & music & its own divine experience."

Comedy Road Trip! Travel. Stand-Up. Storytelling – New York Comedy Club (Gramercy)
February 19, 2020 – New York

Comedy Road Trip is a monthly show at New York Comedy Club featuring the best international headliners in NYC spilling their most embarrassing, horrifying, and hilarious stories from life around the globe. It's travel, stand-up, and storytelling all rolled into one hilarious night!The first ten tickets sold are just $5 when you purchase through our site, which saves you $20 off the door price at New York Comedy Club! Please note there is always a 2 drink minimum inside the showroom. This Show Regularly Sells. Get your tickets now at https://comedyroadtrip.eventbrite.com?aff=tagFollow @KungFuKomedyNYC on Instagram, find us at www.KungFuKomedyNYC.com and sign up for our newsletter to get our monthly lineups direct to your inbox.

Nathan Lee, piano – The Morgan Library &Museum
February 19, 2020 – New York

Trey Songz – The Morgan Library &Museum
February 19, 2020 – New York

Mark Shepherd – Rockwood Music Hall
February 19, 2020 – New York

Cambridge singer songwriter Mark Shepherd plays his original brand of thought provoking Americana/Indie-Folk at festivals and venues across the UK and USA. His strong, distinctive vocal is complimented by powerful and melodic acoustic guitar and his songs often explore the darker side of life and the world in general. Mark and his music are sure to stay with you long after you finish listening. Find out for yourself – what do you think?

Carissa Johnson – Rockwood Music Hall
February 19, 2020 – New York

Carissa Johnson

Andy Mac – Rockwood Music Hall
February 19, 2020 – New York

Andy Mac

Jenna Nicholl – Rockwood Music Hall
February 19, 2020 – New York

Jenna Nicholls

Brenoshea – Rockwood Music Hall
February 19, 2020 – New York

Brenoshea

Hannah Winkler – Rockwood Music Hall
February 19, 2020 – New York

Hannah Winkler

Amira B – Rockwood Music Hall
February 19, 2020 – New York

Amira B

Watson Adventures Whodunit at the Met Family Scavenger Hunt – Metropolitan Museum of Art
February 19, 2020 – New York

Join Watson Adventures on a unique murder mystery scavenger hunt for kids 10 and up! A killer is on the loose at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and its up to you to stop him! The killer has created a scavenger hunt that reveals his name, the weapon he used and where he hid the body. Follow the trail of clues throughout the museum and answer tricky questions to solve the crime. Can you figure out whodunit? Kids must be accompanied by an adult. Price includes museum admission. Advance purchase is required.

James Maddock and Friends – Rockwood Music Hall
February 19, 2020 – New York

James Maddock's status as a fixture on the Folk and Americana scene is confirmed with every listen of any song in his prodigious catalog. Relix Magazine put it this way: "James Maddock possesses the kind of lived-in craggy voice that would sound authoritative if he were singing the sports pages. Fortunately, he doesn't need to do that because his compositional skills are a match for his delivery."

Ladies Night at Ravel Penthouse 808 Saturdays Everyone Free – The Morgan Library &Museum
February 19, 2020 – New York

Ladies Night at Ravel Penthouse 808 Saturdays Everyone Free – The Morgan Library &Museum
February 19, 2020 – New York

Extremely Online – Comedy Show – Caveat
February 19, 2020 – New York

Show Description:Extremely Online is a multimedia IRL internet talk show, exploring meme and viral culture hosted by professional meme creators Ben Leary and Kendall Payne. Every day at work we scour the internet for the latest viral trends and deep cut content, but now we want to bring this knowledge to our comedy audience. Through a mix of stand up sets, a visual round up of the best monthly content, and interview portions with New Yorks most online comedians and internet royalty we try to make sense of this godforsaken realm. From Roman Holiday to YourGirlfriend22 to And I oop nothing is off limits. If you dont know what any of that means we got you covered.

Raphael D'Lugoff Trio +1 – Fat Cat
February 19, 2020 – New York

Raphael D'Lugoff Trio +1

Don Hahn Group – Fat Cat
February 19, 2020 – New York

Don Hahn Group

After Hours hosted by Ned Goold – Fat Cat
February 19, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by Ned Goold

My American Dream – Carolines on Broadway
February 19, 2020 – New York

Zarna Garg is an award-winning stand-up comedian and screenwriter. She has produced and performed in multiple sold-out comedy shows in top comedy clubs across NYC including the groundbreaking HinJews shows.

Thrift Shop Comedy – Bowery Electric
February 19, 2020 – New York City

FREE weekly stand up showcase with hosts Randall Otis (Daily Show writer), Yedoye Travis (Comedy Central) & Sam Morrison (Stand Up NBC) featuring NYC's hottest up and coming comedians next to big names from Netflix, HBO, Comedy Central and more!February 19th we have Myq Kaplan (Conan), Mehran Khagani (Last Comic Standing), Xazmin Garza (HBO Max), Rob Haze (Jimmy Fallon), Katie Hannigan (Colbert)It is completely 100% free with house party vibes. Trust us, you wont regret it.

Believe in Ghost – Prohibition
February 19, 2020 – New York

The boys who make up Believe In Ghost! are strange, goofy, amateurish weirdos. Materializing from NYC, BIG takes the form of a trio of singer-songwriters who have come together from unlikely circumstances to create music that is all at once fun, evocative, and mesmerizing. Their sound is an amalgamation of each other's upbringings meshing soul and funk, folk and pop, hip-hop and punk, and rock n' roll with slapstick sensibilities. But, don't be fooled by the theatrics, Believe In Ghost! is not a show to miss.

18th Annual Lisa Dickler Awano Writers Showcase: I Remember You – The National Arts Club
February 19, 2020 – New York

Please join our gifted NAC member authors novelists, poets, playwrights, essayists, journalists as they sail backward in time, to mysterious ports of recall, when they read brief selections from their writings about memories.NAC Literary Committee Members will lead you through backstreets and alleys, for glimpses of past lives: good times, bad times, lost and found times what was said and what was whispered; what was feared and what desired, what they knew and what we guessed; what we needed, why we settled; what she said, what he replied; where their secret hearts were buried, long ago, just yesterday, or once upon a time.

While She Sleeps – Gramercy Theatre
February 19, 2020 – New York

Age Restriction: 16+ Unless Accompanied by a Guardian

Bat for Lashes – The Town Hall
February 19, 2020 – New York

This show will be intimate, vocal, electronic synth and piano sets, euphoric, atmospheric and lush, a never performed before set of previous Bat For Lashes material and songs from the new album 'Lost Girls'.

Lab Orchestra | Wednesdays at One – The Juilliard School
February 19, 2020 – New York

Juilliard artists share their talent with the community in these free, hour-long lunchtime concerts on Wednesday afternoons throughout the season.

Lab Orchestra – The Juilliard School
February 19, 2020 – New York

no tickets required.Juilliard artists share their talent with the community in these free, hour-long lunchtime concerts on Wednesday afternoons throughout the season.

Sonatenabend – The Juilliard School
February 19, 2020 – New York

Pianists from Juilliard's Collaborative Piano department perform sonata repertoire in partnership with student instrumentalists.

Sterling Elliott, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 19, 2020 – New York

Sterling Elliott, Cello

Sonatenabend – The Juilliard School
February 19, 2020 – New York

Pianists from Juilliard's Collaborative Piano department perform sonata repertoire in partnership with student instrumentalists.

Je Ne Sais Quoi – Bagatelle NYC
February 19, 2020 – New York

Bagatelle NYC is introducing that little something extra to Wednesday nights with their new weekly Je Ne Sais Quoi event. Beginning at 6:30pm, guests are invited to join an elevated dinner featuring selections such as truffle pizza, lobster and foie gras ravioli, and homemade Parisian gnocchi in black truffle sauce, and sip on new signature cocktails including the Le Marseillaise, Top Up Cucumber Tonic and French 75. At 10:00pm, an unforgettable party in true Bagatelle style begins when the DJ turns up "I Will Survive," from the French World Cup anthem. and a massive French flag is unveiled throughout the restaurant. Je Ne Sais Quoi will bringing the Parisian flair unique to this celebrated evening–a tribute to an iconic French culture.Image: Bagatelle London.

Maria Davis Mad Wednesday's & R&B Against AIDS – Shrine
February 19, 2020 – New York

Maria Davis/"Mad Wednesday's" New Artist Showcase has been in existence since 1994, showcasing R&B, Hip Hop, Gospel, Reggae & Poetry. Maria Davis AIDS Activist/Survivor is the Producer and Host of "Mad Wednesday's" many premiere artist has grace our stage "Jay Z", "50 Cents","Alyson Williams" "Brian McKnight", "Anthony Hamilton", "Donelle Jones", "Missy Elliott", "Monica" DJ Funk Master Flex, DJ Red Alert, DJ ACE Comedians "Bill Bellamy", "Bernie Mac", "Talent" and the list goes on. Mad Wednesday's has now incorporated a live band Featuring "karl Browne" (Key Boards), "Lil Sean" (Drums), "Melvin Koonce" (lead Guitar) & "Al Brisbane" (lead Bass) and DJ Bring Em Out. Maria Davis believes it is not just about the music but, education, awareness, self empowerment, & community.

Yuriy Galkin Quartet – Smalls
February 19, 2020 – New York

Yuriy Galkin is an award-winning composer and contemporary jazz/improvising music bassist based in New York City area. Lex KortenPraised by Ben Ratliff of The New York Times as a saxophonist Vinnie Sperrazza is a Brooklyn-based jazz drummer.

Robin Verheyen Group – Smalls
February 20, 2020 – New York

Robin Verheyen

Michael Feinberg Quintet – Smalls
February 20, 2020 – New York

Hailed as a "musical prodigy turned evil genius" (spinner.com) bassist Michael Feinberg has become an in demand side man, band leader, compsoer, and educator. Critically-acclaimed Master Trumpeter, Bandleader, Educator and Recording Artist Darren Barrett is an American jazz trumpeter from Toronto, Canada, the youngest of five children.Ian FromanBilly TestDavid Liebman was born in Brooklyn, New York on September 4, 1946. He began classical piano lessons at the age of nine and saxophone by twelve.

Mad Larry – The 11th Street Bar:
February 20, 2020 – New York

Taking influences from a wide range of artists such as Tom Waits, Talking Heads, The Platters, and Neil Young, Mad Larry has won over legions of fans with their catchy songs and energetic live performances. No doubt, the band's fans' overwhelming enthusiasm is connected to band members' past work as The Bogen. Guitarist/lyricist Bill Ryan leads Mad Larry's sound with his hooky yet off-beat style. His melodic guitar-lines and rhythms, with vocals that fluctuate between crooning and quavering, have the resonance of Velvet Underground-meets-Radiohead.

Watson Adventures Wizard School Scavenger Hunt – Metropolitan Museum of Art
February 20, 2020 – New York

Young wizards will enjoy a trip to the Metropolitan Museum, in search of art that echoes characters and enchanted objects in the Harry Potter books. You'll track down serpents, Dumbledore look-alikes, and figures as scary as any Death Eater. The hunt is not an addition to or variation on Harrys adventures, but instead references to the books will provide a surprising bridge to many strange and wonderful works of art. Kids must be accompanied by an adult, but all-adult teams can compete separately. For ages 10 and up. Price includes museum admission. Advance purchase is required.

The Harlem Sessions hosted by Marc Cary – Smoke Jazz and Supper Club
February 20, 2020 – New York

The Harlem Sessions hosted by Marc Cary

Koser – Rockwood Music Hall
February 20, 2020 – New York

Koser

Mother's Daughter Band – Rockwood Music Hall
February 20, 2020 – New York

Mother's Daughter is a new 100% collaborative project byJessie Standafer & Alexa WilkinsonWe are a product of the women who created us. We are the bridge that connects past to present, matter to spirit, tradition to progress. Our music fuses our traditional Americana roots with modern live production, skillfully tight vocal harmonies, and lyrics that seek to understand our connection to the past…so that we may create the future.

Guyora Kats – Rockwood Music Hall
February 20, 2020 – New York

Guyora Kats

Matt Butler – Rockwood Music Hall
February 20, 2020 – New York

Matt Butler is a folk artist, a rock'n roller, and a storyteller. Butler's debut album Reckless Son was released to critical acclaim on Sept. 9th, 2016. Immediately following the release, Butler wrote and performed 'Just One', the original song for the feature length and nationally distributed documentary Generation Found. Butler has spent over a year on the road supporting both the film and the album, performing everywhere from The Paramount Theater in Los Angeles to the steps of numerous State Capital buildings. Butler's credits recently expanded to include his first ever 'Behind The Walls' Tour, where he performed exclusively in State Prisons across Ohio. More recently, Butler was honored as a '2017 Leader In Mental Health Awareness' by the National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI) alongside Pulitzer Prize Winner Ron Powers and Super Bowl Champion Keith O'Neil. In 2018, Along with joining the final cross-country Vans Warped Tour, Butler spent several months on the inaugural 'Foundations Tour' for his newly formed non-profit organization, the 'Just One Foundation', bringing music to incarcerated and underserved populations across the US. In the spring of 2019, Butler completed hi… (read more)

Joseph King – Rockwood Music Hall
February 20, 2020 – New York

Joseph King and the Mad Crush is an indie rock band from Brooklyn, New York, and is comprised of bass player and singer John Paul Frank, drummer Will Whatley, and singer and guitar player Joseph King. They're also friends.

Samuel Hope – Rockwood Music Hall
February 20, 2020 – New York

Great music is all about a good melody and a beautiful voice," Samuel Hope claims, he's quick to add a crucial caveat: even if that 'voice' is an instrument, like Louis Armstrong's trumpet." The debut single, 'Carried Away' certainly has its own sense of voice, radiating both passion and frustration in a few minutes of total vulnerability. Samuel Hope, the multi-instrumentalist, New York City native artist came together with Pete Davis (New Order, Bjrk, Dido), Sally Herbert (Muse, Robbie Williams) and producer Mike Hedges and created exemplary depth in his soon to release soul-pop album.

Kevin Daniel – Rockwood Music Hall
February 20, 2020 – New York

After spending a lifetime of making music in a host of genres, including everything from big jazz bands to bluegrass quartets, kevin daniel started his solo career in 2013 with the release of his inaugural EP, FLY. Two decades of playing saxophone, piano, guitar, drums, bass, and singing had prepared Daniel to record and perform his own original music, while the sudden loss of his mother and stepfather provided the motivation to proceed with his dream. In 2018 Daniel released his second EP 'Myself Through You' to critical acclaim, with almost 200,000 views on the music video for the EP's title track.

Macy's Herald Square Welcomes Comedian Phoebe Robinson and Activist Marley Dias to Celebrate Black History Month – Macy's
February 20, 2020 – New York

Macy's Herald Square celebrates Black History Month by embracing and expressing the diversity of black people and culture. Comedian and co-star of podcast 2 Dope Queens, Phoebe Robinson, and 14-year-old activist and creator of #1000blackgirlbooks, Marley Dias, will appear at Macy's Herald Square in New York City for an evening of insightful dialogue.

Bobby Thompson – Club Bonafide
February 20, 2020 – New York

Bobby Thompson

Fatai – Rockwood Music Hall
February 20, 2020 – New York

Fatai's incredible viral online presence has won her a substantial international audience her relentless touring since has solidified her as an international sensation.

Katie Henry Band – Club Bonafide
February 20, 2020 – New York

Katie Henry Band

Strange Anatomy – Rockwood Music Hall
February 20, 2020 – New York

STRANGE ANATOMY is an art rock band from Brooklyn. We explore home made instruments, atypical song structures, and unique lyrical ideas. We make concise songs draped in experimental sound design and colorful, grandiose, improvisatory rock'n'roll noise.

Ethan Eubanks Stage 3 Bar Balcony – Rockwood Music Hall
February 20, 2020 – New York

Ethan Eubanks' Detroit Grease with Todd Caldwell and Al StreetOrgan grinding soul music from the 60's and 70'sEthan Eubanks

Meadows – Rockwood Music Hall
February 20, 2020 – New York

Hiding behind the alias Meadows is the Swedish songwriter Christoffer Wadensten. .The last couple of years Christoffer has toured extensively in clubs, festivals and theaters around Scandinavia, Europe, UK and USA, and built a big following.

The Hugh Pool Band – 11th St. Bar
February 20, 2020 – New York

The Hugh Pool Band has a residency here at 11th St. Bar on the third Thursday of each month unless Hugh's out of town rocking the rest of America. Hugh is a musician, songwriter, producer, and member of the New York Blues Hall of Fame who plays guitar in a unique style that melds traditional Delta blues, country music and classic and psychedelic rock and roll. His instrument of choice is a National Steel Triolian, a resonator guitar somewhat like a Dobro, played with a spark plug wrench through an Ibanez TS-9 overdrive pedal and a Dunlop Dyna comp compressor.

Meet Celebrity Florist Jeff Leatham at Bloomingdale's – Bloomingdale's 59th Street
February 20, 2020 – New York

Join us in welcoming Jeff to lead a tutorial on the art of flower arranging and to introduce his new Waterford Collection of statement giftware and barware. With purchase of VIP ticket, youll receive a guaranteed seat during the event, a Bloomingdales gift card to shop the collection, bites and sips, and a personal signing of your purchased item!https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-celebrity-florist-jeff-leatham-tickets-90361356249

Kyoko Oyobe Group – Fat Cat
February 20, 2020 – New York

Kyoko Oyobe Group

Bruce Williams Quintet – Fat Cat
February 20, 2020 – New York

Bruce Williams Quintet

After Hours hosted by Kate Cosco – Fat Cat
February 20, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by Kate Cosco

Cram-n' it! Sketch Show – The PIT Underground
February 20, 2020 – New York

24 hours. One theme. 2 sketch teams.What happens when two different teams are given the same topics and instructions.and only 24 hours? Watch them battle it out.For live updatesIG: @cram_n_it FB: @cramnitsketchshow

ArtSee: Photos from the Jewish Daily Forward – Museum at Eldridge Street
February 20, 2020 – New York

Calling all artsy kids and newshounds! Schools out and weve got the perfect vacation day for you. Join us for this special weekday family program as we look closely at selections from the exhibition Pressed: Images from the Jewish Daily Forward. Well examine photographic prints and historic pages from the Forward newspaper, the number-one news source for Jewish immigrants in the early 1900s. Well focus on how images tell stories and then make our own works of art exploring storytelling through images. Recommended for children five and up and their adult companions.$15 for adults$10 for children, students and seniorsSpace is limited; reservations required

Caf Kitsun Super-Naturel – Caf Kitsun New York
February 20, 2020 – New York

On February 20 from 6pm-9pm, Caf Kitsun New York will continue their monthly Super-Naturel series with an all new wine list and a set by NYC DJ, Justin Miller. Super-Naturel is a monthly event series curated by Caf Kitsun New York, from the multifaceted Paris-meets-Tokyo brand by Gildas Loac and Masaya Kuroki. Debuting on the heels of launching their natural wine program, curated by The Four Horsemens Billy Smith, each event of the series will celebrate the start of a new rotating selection of natural and low-intervention wines. All throughout the year, sip and dance to music by Odalys, Nianga Niang, Yellowtech, and more. For February, weve tapped Justin Miller. From his early days as a manager for DFA Records to becoming a seasoned, globally respected selector, Justin has been behind the scenes in the creation of some of electronic musics most vital household names.

Whole Foods Market Presents: A Little Italy – New York, NY – TBA
February 20, 2020 – New York

Welcome to A Little Italy, by Whole Foods Market!Join us for a special multicourse pop-up dinner as we bring the best of Italy to your city.Whole Foods cheese and wine experts will guide you through a menu of authentic Italian ingredients, including Italian wines, Prosciutto di Parma, IGOR Gorgonzola Dolce and more. Well also be cracking a wheel of 24-month-aged Parmigiano Reggiano youll get the chance to try this legendary cheese straight from a freshly cracked wheel.Space is limited; first come, first served. Must be 21+ to attend. Registered attendees will receive details of the pop-up dinner location in a confirmation email.Dinner is complimentary.Make your reservation on Thursday, February 13 on Eventbrite at 12PM EST: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/whole-foods-market-presents-a-little-italy-new-york-ny-tickets-92739220505Buon appetito!

Dueling Pianos With the Flying Ivories – Prohibition
February 20, 2020 – New York

Our adults-only bar shows feature a rotating roster of the most sought-after performers in the country, hailing from Broadway to Vegas. Whether dueling or solo, it's always an all-request, rock and roll singalong for three straight hours our players fully engage the audience with a madcap mashup of music and comedy

THE SHINING: An opera based on the Stephen King novel – The National Arts Club
February 20, 2020 – New York

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Paul Moravec and librettist Mark Campbell present a concert/lecture preview featuring arias and ensembles from the opera and commentary by the creators.Synopsis: As winter caretaker Jack Torrance settles in with his wife and son at the haunted Overlook Hotel in the Rocky Mountains, he comes face to face with his own demonsreal and imagined. Cut off from the outside world by a monster blizzard, will the family survive the evil forces within the hotel?

Overcoming Mountains: Mindfulness as a Leadership Practice for Anyone – Japan Society
February 20, 2020 – New York

Do you find yourself spun-up and irritable at work? Do you ever feel stuck and looking for better options? To be more effective, influential CEOs practice mindfulness to make the most of their intense daily routines. Mindfulness opens up the possibility of enjoying a higher level of inner freedom, creating wiser choices, and developing a more focused and flexible mind, not to mention a greater level of well-being.Join us on a journey towards enlightenment with widely respected priest Dai Ajari Ryojun Shionuma and pioneer in teaching self-management to executives Jeremy Hunter. Being the first person in 1,300 years to complete the most difficult ascetic practices in the Shugendo Buddhist tradition, Shionuma is a source of wisdom for some of Japans top leaders in government and business. Professor Hunter, who lived with terminal illness for nearly two decades, teaches at the Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management. He advises corporate leaders from prestigious American and Japanese organizations on why managing their minds should be their top priority.In this program, the speakers share their personal and professional insights into mindfulness, leadership, and success… (read more)

Raphael Attila Vogl, Organ – The Juilliard School
February 20, 2020 – New York

Raphael Attila Vogl, Organ

Student Composers Showcase – The Juilliard School
February 20, 2020 – New York

Jeffrey Millarsky conducts the Juilliard Orchestra performing four world premieres by Juilliard student composers.

Maggie Rene Valdman, Mezzo-Soprano – The Juilliard School
February 20, 2020 – New York

Maggie Rene Valdman, Mezzo-Soprano

Georgeanne Banker, Bassoon – The Juilliard School
February 20, 2020 – New York

Georgeanne Banker, Bassoon

Jumpstart Young Professionals Boards Adult Prom at Pianos NYC – Pianos NYC
February 20, 2020 – New York

Jumpstarts Young Professionals Board will be hosting an Adult Prom, featuring the band Saved by the 90s, on February 20 at Pianos in the Lower East Side. Tickets are $100 each and cover general admission, 2 hours of open bar, and pizza. Attire is prom-inspired. There will also be a raffle with tons of great prizes and a silent auction for Hamilton tickets. Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.jstart.org/event/adult-prom/. Jumpstart is a national early education organization working towards the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. It provides language, literacy, and social-emotional programming for preschool children from under-resourced communities and promotes quality early learning for all children. Since 1993, the organization has trained more than 50,000 college students and community volunteers to transform the lives of over 123,000 preschool children nationwide.

Raphael Attila Vogl, Organ – The Juilliard School
February 20, 2020 – New York

Raphael Attila Vogl, Organ

Student Composers Showcase – The Juilliard School
February 20, 2020 – New York

Jeffrey Millarsky conducts the Juilliard Orchestra performing four world premieres by Juilliard student composers.

Ann Tobbe Inspired Homes – Children's Museum of the Arts
February 20, 2020 – Hudson Square

Using Ann Toebbe's intricate floor plans as inspiration, create a home relief sculpture with clay!

Georgeanne Banker, Bassoon – The Juilliard School
February 20, 2020 – New York

Georgeanne Banker, Bassoon

Maggie Rene Valdman, Mezzo-Soprano – The Juilliard School
February 20, 2020 – New York

Maggie Rene Valdman, Mezzo-Soprano

Riho Band ''Album Release Party''- Jazz – Shrine
February 20, 2020 – New York

Riho is a drummer, percussionist and composer. She was born in Chiba, Japan. At three years of age, she began with piano. While playing percussion in her middle school wind orchestra the conductor asked her to play drums, which was the start of her life as a drummer. Riho performed with that band as a leading performer and featured soloist in the world-premiere performance in 2011 at the WASBE (World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles) 15th International Conference in Taiwan. Their performances were covered extensively by various media in Asia such as The Epoch Times Taiwan, Sankei Shimbun, Chayi City Art News, and Taiwanese government website by Ministry of Culture.

The Sifer: Hip Hop & Spoken Word Open Mic – Shrine
February 20, 2020 – New York

VISION: Upper Manhattan is an oasis of creativity and artistic expression…it's Nina Simone meets Nas, it's Flying Lotus meets Roy Ayers, it's Prince meets J Dilla. Inspired by the revitalization of the New Harlem Renaissance, NYC's Hip Hop & Spoken Word Jam Session, presents a fusion of audio art backed by our live hip hop jam band Likwuidity. The Sifer encourages education initiatives while using our love for music to bring cultures closer together.

Whole Foods Market Presents A Little Italy – NYC
February 20, 2020 – New York

Welcome to A Little Italy, by Whole Foods Market!Join us for a special multicourse pop-up dinner as we bring the best of Italy to your city.Whole Foods cheese and wine experts will guide you through a menu of authentic Italian ingredients, including Italian wines, Prosciutto di Parma, IGOR Gorgonzola Dolce and more. Well also be cracking a wheel of 24-month-aged Parmigiano Reggiano youll get the chance to try this legendary cheese straight from a freshly cracked wheel.Space is limited; first come, first served. Must be 21+ to attend. Registered attendees will receive details of the pop-up dinner location in a confirmation email.Dinner is complimentary.Buon appetito!

Sylvia Cuenca Group – Smalls
February 21, 2020 – New York

Sylvia is an active drummer on the New York jazz scene who is contributingoutstanding performances in a variety of situations. Paul Bollenback's emotionally expressive style and eclectic approach is the result of a wide range of influences, including Carlos Santana, Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Kenny Burrell, Herbie Hancock, .Saxophonist Ralph Bowen has made his mark on the New York jazz scene for over three decades, while bringing his "casual perfectionism" to clubs, concert halls, and festivals .Jared Gold, organist and pianist, earned his B.A. in jazz performance from William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey.

Eliot Zigmund Quartet – Smalls
February 21, 2020 – New York

Veteran jazz drummer Eliot Zigmund has enjoyed a wide and varied careeer in jazz spanning forty years of playing. Pianist/Composer/Arranger and Jazz Educator, Allen Farnham, has been a mainstay in the in the New York City jazz scene since the early 1980s.Saxophonist and composer Matt Garrison, a native New Yorker, has been on the NYC jazz scene since 1997.Bassist David Kingsnorth has performed with the John Abercrombie/Rob Scheps Quartet,

Steve Chelliah-Jazz Funk Rock Soul – Shrine
February 21, 2020 – New York

Steve Chelliah, a prized Malaysian export is an award-winning guitarist and composer based in New York City. This talented young man traces his musical heritage back through a long lineage of South Indian court composers in the Carnatic tradition and has studied extensively in both Western and Eastern traditions. Thanks to his rich, sophisticated musical background, Chelliah has developed groundbreaking improvisational and compositional techniques which utilize all of the Eastern exotic scales (Indian Ragas) within a Western frame-work to open up a whole new world of melodic and harmonic innovation. This fresh new system called the FuzAsian Method can be heard throughout his work.

The Unique Band – Soul R&B – Shrine
February 21, 2020 – New York

The Unique Band is a NY based R band with a style of its own. Our vocalists bring an up close and personal touch to their performance. Our band has a fine group of well rounded musicians that are able to bring a unique flare to the music. We bring the party & the show with us! Even those less inclined to get up and dance have been seen (at the very least) tapping their feet and bopping along to the solid beats & rhythmic SOULFUL repertoire that is The UNIQUE BAND.

DJ Birane – Shrine
February 21, 2020 – New York

One of NYC's finest African DJ, the best coup decall, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa in the city.

Donyc Presents Julius Dein – Gramercy Theatre
February 21, 2020 – New York

16+ Unless Accompanied by a Guardian

Jazz and Swing with the Harlem Swing Dance Society! – Pelham Fritz Recreation Center
February 21, 2020 – New York

Join us for a Black History Month special event as we celebrate Harlem's most famous dance genre with The Lindy Hop.

The Black Soul Experience – Groove
February 21, 2020 – New York

21 & overTwo item minimumPlease note there is a $10 cover charge on FridayFor 9:00 pm shows, ALL members of your party must arrive by 8:45 to be guaranteed seating. Your reservation is not guaranteed if you show up after 8:45pm (even if you come with your entire group).

Dark Days of Winter Candlelight Ghost Tour of Manhattans Most Haunted House (The New York Times) – Merchant's House Museum
February 21, 2020 – New York

Doors slam, floorboards creak, voices call into the dead of night. Venture into the shadows of history to see the house where seven family members died and hear true tales of inexplicable occurrences from the people who actually experienced them.#1 Most Haunted Place in NYC (TimeOut New York)

Watson Adventures Grand Central Scramble Family Scavenger Hunt – Grand Central Terminal
February 21, 2020 – New York

Join Watson Adventures on a unique scavenger hunt for adults and kids 7 and up! Kids and adults work together to uncover the secrets of this amazing train station. To win, youll have to go nuts in the Whispering Gallery, learn a secret about the stars in the sky, find TV celebs in the food court, stand on fish under an upside-down tree in the Grand Central Market, and learn the arrival time of a ghost train. Kids must be accompanied by an adult. Advance purchase is required.

ITalk Events – Ogilvy & Mather Advertising
February 21, 2020 – New York

#iTalk is a Leadership Entertainment Event Series coined "Motivational Nightlife" currently on tour.. debuting NEXT at: Ogilvy & Mather Advertising (636 11th Ave NYC) Friday Night Feb 21 (followed by London and Miami later this year) Highlights include; business networking, celebrity red carpet walk covered by GETTY Images, NYC Media, complimentary drinks, special performance by PHILLY FREEWAY signed to JAY-Z's label-Roc Nation, a special run-way "experience" by Curvy Fashion Week NYC (www.curvyfashionweek.com) explosive 9-minute- leadership testimonial "talks" given by global business leaders and celebrity entertainers traveling from across the U.S., India, Australia and Europe to share "their story!" YOU CAN: learn more about #iTalkNYC, how the platform merges leadership content with pop culture & stage drama to inspire DIVERSE audiences AND PURCHASE TIX via the link below https://italkevents.com/nyc/ ****VIP & General Admission Available**** Be Inspired! Network! Party with Us! "Were doing Leadership Differently!" JOIN US! **Sponsored by Comcast, NBC Universal, MD Sports Management, and a host of others!Program Outline: 6 PM- Red Carp… (read more)

Butch and the Elevaters – Rockwood Music Hall
February 21, 2020 – New York

Butch Phelps–Songwriter, singer, guitarist, collaborator, teacher and student. Butch began playing guitar and writing songs at an early age. Having lived in most regions of the USA at one time or another, his deep appreciation for writers and performers reached new heights while living in Portland, Oregon. Upon arriving in NYC he became immersed in the legendary musicians of the East Village. Proudly shared the stage with Eric "Roscoe" Ambel, Brian Stoltz, Chip Robinson, Keith Christopher, and too many to poweful influences to continue…Still soaking up influences everywhere he can, Butch currently resides in Hell's Kitchen, NYC

Rosu Lup – Rockwood Music Hall
February 21, 2020 – New York

Drawing on elements of orchestral instrumentation, electronic, ethereal, and folk sounds, Rosu Lup's music is as unique as the origin of their name which is Romanian for "red wolf." The duo's new album, The Ranger, works through difficult phases of life and finds them discovering hope along the way. Lead single "What You Need" premiered with Substream Magazine, with the outlet noting that it's "a deeply nuanced, beautiful track that will have listeners thinking about it for a long time."

Wakey Wakey – Rockwood Music Hall
February 21, 2020 – New York

Michael Grubbs performed in bar bands and musical theater productions before launching Wakey!Wakey!, a pop/rock group that put his piano background and vocal skills to good use. Grubbs' childhood had been filled with piano lessons his mother, a longtime piano teacher, made sure her children practiced the instrument daily and he built Wakey!Wakey!'s sound upon the influences of Billy Joel, Elton John, George Gershwin, and other ivory-pounding songwriters. Signing with Family Records, his group released several buzzworthy recordings before piquing the curiosity of Mark Schawhn, creator of the long-running TV series One Tree Hill. Schawhn picked one of the band's songs, "War Sweater," to appear during the season six finale, and Grubbs was also recruited to play a recurring role in the show's seventh season. Meanwhile, Wakey!Wakey! continued playing shows in their native New York City while putting the finishing touches on Almost Everything I Wish I'd Said the Last Time I Saw You…, which marked the band's full-length debut in early 2010. The follow-up, 2014's Salvation, was a crowd-funded album thematically based around hope and new beginnings. Notable for its pop sound, Salvation he… (read more)

Luke Wesley – Rockwood Music Hall
February 21, 2020 – New York

Growing up in a large family, Luke Wesley's musical influences were all over the place. Born and raised in the small north central Ohio farm town of Shelby, he spent his time listening to anything from Dion and the Belmonts and The Beatles to Guns N' Roses and The Clash. The variety of influences coming into the household helped shape Luke's pop rock brand. "There was always a cassette tape from a Billboard compilation that I was desperately trying to wear out. That combined with the eclectic tastes of my older brothers made for an interesting cornucopia of music around the house." says Luke.In Elementary school he started learning percussion, but later, in High School, things began to take off musically as Luke started to teach himself piano. Today he has taken those musical influences and the percussive attack on piano to craft a decidedly unique modern brand of blue eyed soul. Luke's smoky, soulful voice drew comparisons on his debut album (Because We Never Talk About It) to the likes of Marc Cohn and Bruce Hornsby.

Bryan Dunn – Rockwood Music Hall
February 21, 2020 – New York

Bryan Dunn's gutsy roots rock sounds like your favorite faded denim: intimate, classic, love-worn & real. Combining the addictive hooks of the British Invasion, the storied swagger of Austin, Texas, & the plaintive soul of his Irish ancestry, Dunn's songs are instant earworms. His deft wordplay rewards multiple listens & his exuberant live shows compel even cooler-than-thou Brooklyn to let loose & dance like there's no tomorrow.

Night Spins – Rockwood Music Hall
February 21, 2020 – New York

Garage pop laced with city grit, dark humor, and rock 'n' roll attitudethat's the play-it-on-repeat music that Brooklyn-based band Night Spins is cranking out right now. Born out of the American South, the four-piece band melds its innate theatricality with influences like Iggy Pop, Tom Waits and Modest Mouse, for an unrivaledand must-seedisplay of contemporary showmanship. So what does that sound like? Sizzling riffs, earworm hooks, raw vocalsall imbued with a Southern-bred shake of the supernatural. Fans who go to see Night Spins know one thing: They're gonna get a show.

Big Hands Rhythm and Blues Band – Rockwood Music Hall
February 21, 2020 – New York

Big Hands Rhythm & Blues Band, out of New York City, combines the authenticity of Chess Records era artists like Howlin' Wolf and John Lee Hooker with the reckless abandon of groups like The Sonics and The MC5.

Bohemia After Dark Jazz Jam Fridays 12am 3am Led by the Bohemia Allstars – Cafe Bohemia
February 21, 2020 – New York

The Jam Session Fridays at the Cafe Bohemia DONATIONS Late night Jam Sessions – All Jazz Musicians Welcome! 12AM – 3AM House Band: The Bohemia Allstars led by Kyle Poole Sponsored in

Mister Diva & The Gents – Don't Tell Mama
February 21, 2020 – New York

Mister Diva & the Gents cleverly blend music and comedy to serve up fresh renditions of favorite jazz, blues, and pop standards.

Todd Herbert Quartet – Fat Cat
February 21, 2020 – New York

Todd Herbert Quartet

The Supreme Queens – Fat Cat
February 21, 2020 – New York

The Supreme Queens

Ricky Rodriguez Group – Fat Cat
February 21, 2020 – New York

Ricky Rodriguez Group

After Hours hosted by Jared Gold – Fat Cat
February 21, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by Jared Gold

Jennifer Donnell – Ogilvy & Mather Advertising
February 21, 2020 – New York

Subject: Motivational Nightlife Hits NYC- Friday Night Feb 21st. #iTalk is a Leadership Entertainment Event Series coined "Motivational Nightlife" currently on tour.. debuting NEXT at: Ogilvy & Mather Advertising (636 11th Ave NYC) Friday Night Feb 21 (followed by London and Miami later this year) Highlights include; business networking, celebrity red carpet walk covered by GETTY Images, NYC Media, complimentary drinks, special performance by PHILLY FREEWAY signed to JAY-Z's label-Roc Nation, a special run-way "experience" by Curvy Fashion Week NYC (www.curvyfashionweek.com) explosive 9-minute- leadership testimonial "talks" given by global business leaders and celebrity entertainers traveling from across the U.S., India, Australia and Europe to share "their story!" YOU CAN: learn more about #iTalkNYC, how the platform merges leadership content with pop culture & stage drama to inspire DIVERSE audiences AND PURCHASE TIX via the link below https://italkevents.com/nyc/ ****VIP & General Admission Available**** Be Inspired! Network! Party with Us! "Were doing Leadership Differently!" JOIN US! **Sponsored by Comcast, NBC Universal, MD Spo… (read more)

Noah Becker Trio – Cafe Bohemia
February 21, 2020 – New York

Saxophonist and composer Noah Becker was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Becker has appeared on over 30 recordings – 5 as a leader, and performed all over the world. Noah began playing the saxophone at the early age of 11. Becker grew up in the Vancouver area in Western Canada after his family re-settled there. He moved to New York City in 1997 and has since performed with and studied with some of the best musicians in the city. In 2019 Becker performed at the Village Vanguard as a guest of saxophonist David Murray – Becker plays regularly in clubs around the city. Becker studied with Pat Labarbera, Bob Mover and Ornette Coleman among other teachers and friends. In addition to being an accomplished saxophonist on the New York scene, Noah Becker is also a visual artist and published writer.

Applied Mindfulness Workshop: Life is a Practice: Transform Your Mind. Create Quality of Life. – Japan Society
February 21, 2020 – New York

How do you most effectively use your most important asset, namely your own mind? Mindfulness is a powerful tool that can help you meet everyday challenges and difficult times, leading to greater clarity, freedom, and well-being. This workshop puts into practice the ideas that were explored in the event on the previous evening. You will be introduced to the foundations of mindfulness and practical techniques to increase effectiveness and quality of life at work and home.Speakers:Jeremy Hunter, Founding Director of the Executive Mind Leadership Institute & Associate Professor of Practice, Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate Universit,Dai Ajari Ryojun Shionuma, Head Priest of Fukuju-san, Jigenji Temple; Completed The Omine Thousand Day Circumambulation (Omine Sennichi Kaihogyo)

Exposing Politics: A Collection of Poetry Book Launch – Sisiters Uptown Bookstore and Cultural Center
February 21, 2020 – New York

Award-winning author/poet/filmmaker/spoken word performer Oscar Sanders launches his social justice spoken word book Exposing Politics: A Collection of Poetry atSisters Uptown Bookstore and Cultural Center at 1942 Amsterdam Avenue @ 156th St February 21, 2020 6pm-8pm212-862-3680Oscar Sanders will perform a set of portions of his book in ten (10) different characters"Oscar Sanders is the Dick Gregory and Paul Mooney of spoken word"Playwrights Horizon says, Exposing Politics is a poignant meditation of the troubling state of American Politics"Free Refreshments will be served Limited seating and ample standing room RSVP at malcolmentertainment@yahoo.com

DAVID MCKAY – Cafe Bohemia
February 21, 2020 – New York

DAVID MCKAY has a voice with a magnetic vibe, often called Voice Of An Angel and Velvety Smooth.Davids been a happy NYC secret, who has 5000 bonafide, loyal fans from NYC, Long Island, Boston and around the globe, including notable public figures/celebrities.David sings and writes in the new genre Kroonerpop as well as Jazz, is proudly endorsed by Sennheiser audio and Repetto shoes, and his band consists of a revolving roster of recent and past Grammy-winning artists.Celebrity fans/musicians are known to drop by to dine, as they listen with the audience, and sing along.Follow him on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedavidmckay/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DAVIDMCKAYONLINETwitter: http://twitter.com/MusicDAVIDMCKAYTwitch: http://twitch.com/thedavidmckay

Paradigm – Prohibition
February 21, 2020 – New York

Paradigm is a group of young elite professional musicians, each one dedicated to bringing the absolute best in entertainment. Fun, energetic, edgy, talented, this powerhouse band is experienced in making any evening an unforgettable experience. Members of Paradigm have performed with: Lauryn Hill, Lady AntebellumSkrillex, Damien Marley, Janelle Monae, Mulgrew Miller, Michael Brecker, Dave Holland, Oz Noy, Sirah, and have performed with the band members of: Billy Joel, Jon Bellion, Chubby Checker, Kool & The Gang, The Saturday Night Live Band and more.

FashionSpeak Fridays: The Fashion Photography of Rodney Smith – The National Arts Club
February 21, 2020 – New York

Photographer Rodney Smiths whimsical work has been compared to that of Belgian surrealist Ren Magritte. Acclaimed for his iconic black and white images, Smith created enchanted worlds full of subtle contradictions.Join Leslie Smolan, wife of the late artist, for an evening exploring his life and art. Smolan is a strategist, designer, and founding partner of the Carbone Smolan brand design agency. She is the co-author of the award-winning The Hat Book, and co-wrote Dialog: What Makes a Great Design Partnership.Surreal and whimsical fashion is highly encouraged!

The George London Foundation Awards Competition Finals – The Morgan Library & Museum
February 21, 2020 – New York

George London Foundation for Singers offers substantial awards to the most promising performers through its forty-ninth annual juried competition for outstanding young North American opera singers. The Competition Finals include performances by the finalists, a reception while the judges deliberate, and the announcement of the winners.

Donyc Presents Julius Dein – Gramercy Theatre
February 21, 2020 – New York

Age Restriction: 16+ Unless Accompanied by a Guardian

Subway Silent Disco! – Overlook
February 21, 2020 – New York

Weve made it through the first month of 2020. Celebrate in a new and exciting way: on the Subway! The MTA may not be reliable, but this party is always reliably fun!Wearing headphones playing two channels of non-stop party music, we go underground as we hit several iconic NYC subway platforms and terminals, as well as bars! Unlike your normal subway ride, your Party Tour Guide/Emcee will not only teach you about the NYC subway system, but have you doing some crazy things to surprise the unsuspecting passengers and onlookers.Its one night thatll have you saying, OMG, did we just do that?!Check-in location: Overlook BarCheck-in time: 7:00-7:45pm // Leave at 8:00pm*Party ends at Overlook BarTwo channels of music:Green Channel: Top 40 Dance HitsBlue Channel: 90s, 2k Throwbacks, Hip-HopYour experience includes: A pair of Quiet Events headphones An experienced tour guide/emcee Glow in the dark gear Fun NYC facts to tell your friends!Special Notes: 21+ to party Limited tickets so act fast! Comfortable shoes are recommendedWhat youll need: Metrocard with at least two swipes Valid ID Credit/debit card for check-in proce… (read more)

Lee Cyphers, French Horn – The Juilliard School
February 21, 2020 – New York

Lee Cyphers, French Horn

Paris Myers, Double Bass – The Juilliard School
February 21, 2020 – New York

Paris Myers, Double Bass

HoJung Kim, Violin – The Juilliard School
February 21, 2020 – New York

HoJung Kim, Violin

Oscar Jiang, Piano – The Juilliard School
February 21, 2020 – New York

Oscar Jiang, Piano

Fox M Myers, Double Bass – The Juilliard School
February 21, 2020 – New York

Fox M Myers, Double Bass

DAVID MCKAY – Cafe Bohemia
February 21, 2020 – New York

DAVID MCKAY has a voice with a magnetic vibe, often called Voice Of An Angel and Velvety Smooth.Davids been a happy NYC secret, who has 5000 bonafide, loyal fans from NYC, Long Island, Boston and around the globe, including notable public figures/celebrities.David sings and writes in the new genre Kroonerpop as well as Jazz, is proudly endorsed by Sennheiser audio and Repetto shoes, and his band consists of a revolving roster of recent and past Grammy-winning artists.Celebrity fans/musicians are known to drop by to dine, as they listen with the audience, and sing along.Follow him on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedavidmckay/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DAVIDMCKAYONLINETwitter: http://twitter.com/MusicDAVIDMCKAYTwitch: http://twitch.com/thedavidmckay

Sayuri Kuru, Violin and Keina Satoh, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 21, 2020 – New York

Sayuri Kuru, Violin and Keina Satoh, Cello

Paris Myers, Double Bass – The Juilliard School
February 21, 2020 – New York

Paris Myers, Double Bass

HoJung Kim, Violin – The Juilliard School
February 21, 2020 – New York

HoJung Kim, Violin

Habitats – Children's Museum of the Arts
February 21, 2020 – Hudson Square

What do animals need to feel safe? How do their habitats provide safety? Create your animal habitat and include everything they need to thrive!

Oscar Jiang, Piano – The Juilliard School
February 21, 2020 – New York

Oscar Jiang, Piano

Fox M Myers, Double Bass – The Juilliard School
February 21, 2020 – New York

Fox M Myers, Double Bass

Fox M Myers, Double Bass – The Juilliard School
February 21, 2020 – New York

Fox M Myers, Double Bass

Personal Clay Artifacts inspired by LaKela Brown – Children's Museum of the Arts
Through February 21, 2020 – Hudson Square

LaKela Brown creates plaster reliefs by casting accessories from hip hop culture such hoop earrings, gold chains, and more. Today, think of something that is important to you or your culture and use clay to create a relief of it! Draw, press, and imprint into the clay to create your very own artifact.

Art and Augmented Reality – Children's Museum of the Arts
Through February 21, 2020 – Hudson Square

Explore CMA's exhibition "Home Sweet Home" with AR! Using augmented reality, young artists can superimpose their own artworks in the gallery, or make their own addition to existing works of art. What will you add to our exhibition?

Bird's Eye View Cities – Children's Museum of the Arts
Through February 21, 2020 – Hudson Square

Imagine yourself as a bird flying over your city. What landmarks would you recognize from this unfamiliar view? Use beads, buttons, and miniature houses to create this fantastical depiction of your neighborhood.

'From There to Here: Military Veterans' Experiences' – Salmagundi Club New York
Through February 21, 2020 – New York

As part of its on-going dialogue with the militarycommunity, the Salmagundi Club on New York (SCNY) is proud to present From There to Here:Military Veterans Experiences, a veteran-curated exhibit of military veterans art and words,opening on Monday, February 10th, its Patrons Gallery at 47 Fifth Avenue in Greenwich Village.Partnering with Omar Columbus, a U.S. Air Force veteran, and NYC-based photographer, theexhibition intends to foster a better understanding and dialogue within and between themilitary and civilian communities. As an advocate and participant in veterans arts initiatives, hehas brought together veteran art and experiences from the NYC-area and nationwide coveringall branches of the U.S. Armed Forces across eras ranging from World War II through thepresent conflicts.SCNYs President Elizabeth Spencer notes, Many veterans and the family members want to telltheir stories, but those conversations can be difficult to start. Often, art can be a starting placeto communicate with others.The exhibit is open to the public at no charge, February 10 through February 21, 2020. Thegallery hours are Monday thru Friday 1 6 PM, and Saturd… (read more)

Reilly Xu, Organ – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Reilly Xu, Organ

Kitchen Planning Workshop – IKEA Planning Studio
February 22, 2020 – Manhattan

Design your dream kitchen! Welcome to the IKEA Planning Studio! Do you want a smart, multi-functional, stylish kitchen designed to meet your everyday wants and needs? If so, join us during our kitchen workshops every Saturday!* Well show you how to combine function and form to create a kitchen that youll love spending time in. RSVP below, show your IKEA Family card, or come in to sign up on site to join the free workshops and enjoy refreshments. Get special offers with your Family card as well! *Our kitchen workshops will take place at the IKEA Planning Studio from 1-2:30 p.m. from February 22nd through March 21st. RSVP here. Spring Kitchen Event Offers: February 19th through March 29th: 30% OFF select doors 10% OFF custom Quartz countertops Up to 50% off select appliances

Map Student Recital | Violin – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Juilliard's Music Advancement Program (MAP) educates music students ages 8 to 18 on Saturdays. See their series of free student recitals throughout the year! Students of Lucie Gelinas and Pala Garcia will perform.

Irene Lee, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Irene Lee, Cello

Watson Adventures Hunt For The Throne Scavenger Hunt – Metropolitan Museum of Art
February 22, 2020 – New York

Join Watson Adventures on a unique scavenger hunt at the Metropolitan Museum inspired by the hit TV show and pop culture phenomenon, the Game of Thrones. Hunters will tackle Game of Thrones trivia questions to find art and objects that reflect the characters, locations, and themes of the show. Youll encounter ancient weapon, decapitations, tortures, earthly delights, and sinister agents, as well as works of art that might call to mind Lannisters, Starks, and the dreaded White Walkers. Play well and you could claim dominion over all. Price includes museum admission. Advance purchase is required.

Sylvia Cuenca Quartet – Smalls
February 22, 2020 – New York

Sylvia is an active drummer on the New York jazz scene who is contributingoutstanding performances in a variety of situations.Paul Bollenback's emotionally expressive style and eclectic approach is the result of a wide range of influences, including Carlos Santana, Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Kenny Burrell, Herbie HancockSaxophonist Ralph Bowen has made his mark on the New York jazz scene for over three decades, while bringing his "casual perfectionism" to clubs, concert halls, and festivals .Jared Gold, organist and pianist, earned his B.A. in jazz performance from William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey. He received the 1998 Governor's Award for Jazz Performance .

Eliot Zigmund Quartet – Smalls
February 22, 2020 – New York

Veteran jazz drummer Eliot Zigmund has enjoyed a wide and varied careeer in jazz spanning forty years of playing.Pianist Composer Arranger and Jazz Educator, Allen Farnham, has been a mainstay in the in the New York City jazz scene since the early 1980s.Saxophonist and composer Matt Garrison, a native New Yorker, has been on the NYC jazz scene since 1997.Bassist David Kingsnorth has performed with the John Abercrombie/Rob Scheps Quartet

Pete the Cat – BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center
February 22, 2020 – New York

For Pete the Cat, life is an adventure no matter where you wind upso the minute the groovy blue cat meets The Biddles, he gets the whole family rocking. That is, except for young Jimmy Biddle, the most organized second grader on planet Earth.But when Jimmy draws a blank in art class during the last week of school, Pete is the perfect pal to help him out. Together, they set out on a mission to help Jimmy conquer second grade art, and along the way, they both learn a little something new about inspiration. Join Jimmy and Pete on an adventure of friendship, all the way to Paris and back in a VW Bus! Recommended for ages 4 and up.

thelovemaze.com Singles Match In Art @ The Jewish Museum – The Jewish Museum
February 22, 2020 – New York

Connect art with love. Meet and match to explore the sea of art in partnership. Partnering is done with LoveMazes scientific match making algorithm.Dont forget to unlock mazes to locate potential matches and go on virtual dates to get acquainted before your joint venture.RSVP to secure a spot: https://thelovemaze.com/eventsJoin LoveMaze today, Unlock Mazes to identify your activity partners, and start earning Maze Credits to get Free fun activity driven dating events: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. More info on LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

Bluescraft Winter Festival – Shrine
February 22, 2020 – New York

A twice monthly live music event in downtown New York City. Our manifesto: We are focused on blues, country, blue grass, swing, and other American roots music styles. We feature artists who are fully committed to playing that style of music, not "part timers". BluesCraft is NOT a blues jam. We live in a jam-free zone lol.

Logan Bryck, French Horn – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Logan Bryck, French Horn

Ayoinmotion – Afrobeats House Hip Hop – Shrine
February 22, 2020 – New York

Essence Magazine in their recent feature on him, referred to Ayoinmotion as "a dynamic performer who draws inspiration from his passion as well as his desire to create unforgettable music that leaves a lasting impression on any audience" Ayoinmotion is a uniquely dynamic performer whose high octane delivery and stage mastery recently set ablaze the legendary Essence Festival 25th Anniversary Edition. He has opened for Afrobeats superstar Davido, Teni The Entertainer, Talib Kweli at the legendary and also recently headlined Carnegie Hall's neighborhood concert series. Accompanied by an infectiously energetic band and pulsating Afrobeats dancers that engage the crowd, Ayo's musical performance is steeped in the vibrancy of an authentic and worldwide sound. His new EP, SOVA within three months of release surpassed 72,000 streams.

DJ Fols from Nigeria – Shrine
February 22, 2020 – New York

DJ FOLS is a DJ who has been around for a while and is based out of Brooklyn, NY. He specializes in all types of music from African tunes (Nigerian, Ghana, Coupe Decale, Soukous), to current hip-hop music to old school jams, reggae/dancehall, soca. These are just to name a few. He does it all weddings, birthday parties, parades, baby showers, in-house parties and is definitely a regular on the club scene. As a professional DJ and also someone who grew up in a music-oriented household, he has perfected the art of assessing his crowd and selecting and belting out tunes that keep them on their feet until the "party done".

Drake Driscoll, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Drake Driscoll, Cello

Drake Driscoll, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Drake Driscoll, Cello

Brenden Zak, Violin – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Brenden Zak, Violin

Marc E. Bassy Pmd Tour – Gramercy Theatre
February 22, 2020 – New York

16+ Unless Accompanied by a Guardian

Watson Adventures Wizard School Scavenger Hunt 2: The Museum of Magical History – American Museum of Natural History
February 22, 2020 – New York

Join us on a Harry Potter-themed scavenger hunt for ages 10 and up! Embark on a wizarding adventure at the American Museum of Natural History where youll search for exhibits that echo characters, places and enchanted objects in the books and movies of the Harry Potter universe. Be prepared to track fantastic beasts through a forbidden (rain)forest, dance with Hagrid-like giants, encounter a cute cousin of dragons and more. This hunt references the books to provide a bridge to many wonderful exhibits. Kids must be accompanied by an adult, but all-adult teams can compete separately. Price includes museum admission. Advance purchase is required.

The Midnight show with Johnny O'Neal – Smoke Jazz and Supper Club
February 22, 2020 – New York

"this fine pianist and singer is a throwback to the long-gone days when performers had to know any song that was thrown at them, and then toss it off with authority. He has built a coterie of devoted listeners entranced by his old-school erudition. O'Neal celebrates the release of his album "In the Moment"" The New Yorker

thelovemaze.com Singles Dating, Match In Books – Amazon Books
February 22, 2020 – new york

Meet and match in your favorite books and bookstores. See if your thoughts match.Matching is done with LoveMaze scientific match making algorithm. A profile and RSVP in LoveMaze are required. https://thelovemaze.com/events.Join LoveMaze today for free, UNLOCK MAZES to identify your activity partner, and start earning MAZE CREDITS to get FREE fun activity driven dating events: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. More info on LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

Funktime – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

Funktime

Balter Band – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

Balter Band is a North Jersey group formed in 2016 out of a jam collective of old high school friends. Now grown to 10 pieces, combining funk, rock, dance, jazz, and r&b, the band draws on the diverse influences and backgrounds of its members to transform life's chaos into solid grooves and good times.

History of Jazz in NYC Listening Party @ Underground Jazz Lounge – Cafe Bohemia
February 22, 2020 – New York

Brought to you by NY Adventure Club:Flashback to the 1950s. After you round the corner of Barrow Street in the West Village and head inside an unassuming restaurant, you stumble upon a music lounge packed with a jazz-hungry audience. You find your seat and take a look on stage, expecting to see just another no-name musician on the NYC jazz circuit instead, youre laying eyes on jazz legends like Miles Davis and Art Blakey, who are filling the intimate space with the most divine tunes your ears have ever heard.Fast forward 60 years. That legendary club and all its stories have largely been forgotten as its doors officially closed in 1960, seemingly for good. Though fortunately, it has been restored and reopened underneath the original space, and its resident jazz historian is ready to share the stories and music that transformed it into one of NYCs most famous jazz lounges.Join New York Adventure Club as we explore the history of jazz in NYC at the recently reopened Caf Bohemia, a historic West Village jazz lounge that has been home to some of the worlds greatest jazz musicians, including John Coltrane, Charles Mingus, and Cannonball Adderly.Led by Caf Bohemia… (read more)

Shabbat Shalom, Welcome Home to R&R – FREE Family Fun on Shabbat, February 22nd – Welcoming All Based On The Mishpatim Torah Portion – Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
February 22, 2020 – New York

Shabbat Shalom, Welcome Home to R&R – FREE Family Fun on Shabbat, February 22nd – Welcoming All Based On The Mishpatim Torah PortionThe Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan is a place for all to grow, connect, and learn. This February, the JCC is proudly promoting Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM). JDAIM is a worldwide effort to raise awareness and champion the integrity of people with disabilities. Gentle Reminder: There is no R&R on Sat, Feb 29.Join the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan Saturday, February 22nd from 2 to 5 p.m. for a free R&R Shabbat afternoon.R&R is an incredible alternative to the typical New York Saturday, where the entire community is invited for guaranteed family fun, including lots of entertainment and delicious, nutritious snacks. The program is open to the public and no registration is necessary. More details and a full weekly schedule are available at mmjccmanhattan.org. R&R programs run until March 28.During this afternoon, well have some fun with an All Ages Disco-Dis-glow Dance Party for Every-BODY!, Face Painting with Jaime, Mainstages Theater Workshop: Games with Zishe, Mainstages Theater Show: We Are NYC: … (read more)

Harlem Stage Presents: Burlesque: The Sweet Spot – Harlem Stage
February 22, 2020 – New York

The Sweet Spot, created by Ainsley Burrows, is a high-energy; heart-pumping; down-right decadent-dancing; laugh-out-loud burlesque stage production celebrating the sexier side of life. Performing in over 30 cities, this immersive show takes you on a bold adventure where anything can happen.Get ready to experience the world's best performance poets, sultry burlesque dancers, live music, comedy and the most electrified host you have ever seen. Brilliantly weaving satire, artistry and current top 40 hits, this is 21st century burlesque at its best!Leave your rules, restrictions and expectations at the door and let The Sweet Spot open your spirit, awaken your passions and leave you in a sweeter place.

Ivan Renta's Latin Jazz Quintet – Fat Cat
February 22, 2020 – New York

Ivan Renta's Latin Jazz Quintet

POD – Fat Cat
February 22, 2020 – New York

POD

After Hours hosted by Greg Glassman – Fat Cat
February 22, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by Greg Glassman

Night of the Living Funk – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

Balls to the wall Funk conceived in Italy, brought back from the dead in NYC!Conceived by brothers Jon and Chris Lijoi during a tour through Italy, NIGHT OF THE LIVING FUNK is a contemporary funk ensemble that mixes old school face melting funk with modern twists and classic ZOMBIE flicks from the back alleys of Hollywood. Their influences range from Parliament to Outkast and everything in between. So be ready for anything, and most of all, be ready to dance!

Mitchel Evan – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

Mitchel Evan is an American songwriter from Richmond, Virginia that is dedicated to keeping authentic music and honest storytelling alive. His journey from Virginia to Colorado and back again has resulted in two EP's and a full length album with his band, Mitchel Evan & The Mangrove, as well as his first solo release, the "Little Horse Tapes". Evan has recently relocated back to his hometown of Richmond and continues to write, record and perform at a prolific rate.

Nathaniel Bellows – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

Nathaniel Bellows is an author, visual artist, and musician. His most recent album is SWAN AND WOLF, 10 songs accompanied by 10 of his illustrations.

Paulo Coelho – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

Paulo Coelho was born in Tomar Portugal and landed in the US at 6 months old. His first instrument was the accordion at age 4 then went on to study Saxaphone, Cello, Piano, Guitar, Bass, all types and styles of World Percussion and every instrument he could get his hands on till discovering his voice in high school chorus. Chorus lead him to Star in the yearly musicals even as a freshman newcomer. He started writing at age 13 after assembling his 4 piece Rock Band. He would later study at the New Jersey City University as a Tenor Voice major while singing as a lead in the Gospel choir. The same would hold true at William Paterson University this time as a Baritone Voice major with his involvement as a lead in the Classical choir. After college the world would come calling and invite Paulo on tour with his own original project throughout Italy with Producer/Guitarist Nunzio Signore, Dave Johnson and Steve Logan. Soon after much success touring in Europe Paulo would be invited to the French Caribbean on tour followed by an invitation to travel, perform and record in Switzerland, Germany, Amsterdam, Spain, Portugal and finally back to NYC. While performing in NYC Paulo Coelho met GAVI… (read more)

Defrance – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

deFrance has been called the "hardest working band in Arkansas," racking up more than 600 shows since forming in 2015. The band calls Little Rock home but these "road warriors" carry their modern take on classic rock & roll across the nation every week, having performed shows at legendary venues such as the Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood, California, as well as earning the respect of fans statewide, with two of their songs being selected for use in Arkansas tourism commercials. The band's technical prowess and deliverance of a truly pure rock & roll sound has been recognized with support opportunities for ZZ Top, Whiskey Myers, Robert Randolph, Shooter Jennings, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and most recently the band earned the exclusive opening spot for Bon Jovi on their 2018 This House is Not For Sale tour at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock, performing in front of 14,000 people.

Jeff Fiorello – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

Jeff Fiorello

Kalen – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

KALEN is a songwriter, singer, keyboard player, and lyricist based in NYC, known for her dynamic live performances. Since leading the moody rock band, KALEN & The Sky Thieves (Ropeadope Records), she performs solo, supported by local talent; with her electronic project, Death By Piano; and with ambient poetry band, Late Sea. KALEN performs across the country having played stages such as Brooklyn Bowl, Rough Trade, & Joe's Pub (NYC), DC9 (Washington, DC), One Longfellow Square (Portland, ME), and The Mint (LA). She has been compared to Hiatus Kaiyote, Portishead, Peter Gabriel, Fiona Apple, Kate Bush, and Karen O of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs. KALEN has earned honorable mention for her lyrics in American Songwriter. Relax Mag says, "KALEN is a singer-songwriter with real character."

IKEA After Dark: Sleep Movement Festival – IKEA Planning Studio
February 22, 2020 – Manhattan

IKEA After Dark: Sleep Movement Festival Welcome to the IKEA Planning Studio! On February 22nd, IKEA Family cardholders are welcome to join us for our Sleep Movement Festival. From 3-8pm, we will be hosting a series of games, giveaways, and events including a complimentary yoga class and story time for children! Youll learn how to freshen up your bedroom with our different textiles in our Dress the Bed workshop, followed by a game in which a winner will take home a prize, learn what kind of pillow best suits you to get the best nights sleep, and get to take home your pillow if you win the game! Learn how to stay organized in the new year with our PAX Wardrobes, and after all that, unwind with a yoga session while your children enjoy our story time. Times for the workshops and events we are offering can be found at the link included. RSVP and make sure to show your IKEA Family card (or sign up in store) to enjoy learning how to create the best environment for yourself! IKEA Family cardholders will also enjoy our sales starting on 2/12 through 2/23: 20% off all mattresses over $150 25% off select KALLAX 50% off SUNDALANDET wardrobe 50% off NORDMELA chest … (read more)

Newcomers Club – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

Newcomers Club was founded by John Roach and Geoff Lynn. Raised outside of Boston on old folk music and Dad's radio, they moved to New York after finishing school to start a band. They performed as a duo for a year and a half, writing songs and working on their harmonies. They were lucky enough to find a circle of pretty amazing musicians over the years and, in a wild time-warp turn of events, Newcomers Club has become a powerhouse seven-piece band. With a focus on compelling vocal arrangements, they'll bring you to tears with heartache harmonies and get you moving with rocking refrains. And every now and then, they'll scale it back down to it's roots to remember the point of it all – to sing together as friends, same as when we were kids.

Zach Jones and the Tricky Bits – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

Zach Jones & the Tricky Bits are living proof of the continuing charm of power-pop. Centered around Jones's undeniable vocal talent and gleeful, witty songcraft, the band's catalogue has the tunefulness and longing of The Beatles, The Byrds, Big Star, and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

The Royale Minks – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

The Royale Minks

Bruce Harris Quartet – Cafe Bohemia
February 22, 2020 – New York

One of the five young jazz players you should know. WYNTON MARSALIS (EBONY MAGAZINE)Born and raised in the Bronx, NY, trumpeter Bruce Harris has earned a reputation as one of the most important and emerging voices in jazz today. Harriss love for music began in his home where the sounds of his grandfathers alto saxophone and New York's storied music traditions of bebop and hip-hop consumed him. Inspired by acclaimed director Spike Lees Mo Better Blues, Harris became enamored with the trumpet and at the age of 13 his musical journey started. Heavily influenced by Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Clifford Brown and Dizzy Gillespie, Harris performed in the Essentially Ellington jazz band competition as a high school junior, earning the opportunity to play alongside famed trumpeter and jazz historian, Wynton Marsalis. Harris went on to earn a Bachelors Degree and Masters Degree in Jazz Performance at the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College, where he was mentored by trumpet virtuoso, Jon Faddis.Bruce Harriss professional career as a performer has been defined by his infectious joy, undeniable passion and youthful energy. His chops were honed in many of New York's p… (read more)

Evie Joy and Morgan Reilly With Lyncs – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

At just under five-feet tall, Manhattan resident Evie Joy plays her set with no shoes on for a more grounded performance. A multi-instrumentalist, Evie uses her ukulele Ed, a keyboard, a bass, multiple percussive instruments (including a banana), and a loop pedal to build vocal/ instrumental arrangements live. Evie studied opera for 12 years but currently plays what she calls "ukulele rap" and has toured all across the globe, from London to Seattle and even on Caribbean Cruise Lines. A recipient of the Johnny Mercer Fellowship, Evie gets the crowd laughing alongside her by adding funny one liners in between verses. "There is a sadness in everything," she says in regard to her comedy in her music, "but that's where we should find humor." Having been recognized by PopDust for writing "a canticle of female empowerment", one of Evie's passions is to inspire women to live their truest, most powerful lives, unburdened by social norms.

Special Guest Tba – Rockwood Music Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

Special Guest Tba

Celebrate National Margarita Day at Aejo! – Aejo Tribeca
February 22, 2020 – New York

Whether you like them on the rocks, frozen, spicy or plain, National Margarita Day should be honored every year. On Saturday, February 22nd, Aejo will be offering guests two margarita flights to appease every kind of margarita fan out there. For spice-enthusiasts, the Tanteo Spicy Margarita Flight ($19) will feature jalapeo, chipotle and habaero margaritas, and The Standard Flight ($25) will feature blanco, aejo, mezcal, and jalepeo margaritas for those seeking a little bit of everything.

Live From Here With Chris Thile – Town Hall
February 22, 2020 – New York

Live from Here with Chris Thile is a Saturday-night destination for audiences everywhere. This variety show features a unique blend of musical performances, comedy and audience interaction. Acclaimed musician and songwriter Chris Thile welcomes a wide range of well-known and up-and-coming talent to share the stage and create a beautiful listening experience.Live from Here is produced and distributed nationwide by American Public Media, and is heard by 2.6 million listeners each week on nearly 600 public radio stations, online, and on the American Forces Networks, SiriusXM Radio, Radio New Zealand, and KPRG in Guam.Chris' musicianship, commentary, humor and his connection with the vital musicians of today have proven to be a winning combination. "I grew up with the show. I take this opportunity, this job, immensely seriously and with great awe." Chris Thile

Pete the Cat – BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center
February 22, 2020 – New York

For Pete the Cat, life is an adventure no matter where you wind upso the minute the groovy blue cat meets The Biddles, he gets the whole family rocking. That is, except for young Jimmy Biddle, the most organized second grader on planet Earth.But when Jimmy draws a blank in art class during the last week of school, Pete is the perfect pal to help him out. Together, they set out on a mission to help Jimmy conquer second grade art, and along the way, they both learn a little something new about inspiration. Join Jimmy and Pete on an adventure of friendship, all the way to Paris and back in a VW Bus! Recommended for ages 4 and up.

The Gilfords – Prohibition
February 22, 2020 – New York

The Gilfords are one of New York's premiere rock cover bands. The majority of The Gilfords repertoire is 80s music (rock and pop), but the band also plays everything from the 60s through modern rock of today. During the past 10+ years The Gilfords have evolved into the New York City area's premier 80s rock cover band performing songs by artists such as AC/DC, A-Ha, Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Guns 'n' Roses, Journey, Naked Eyes, Pat Benatar, The Outfield, U2 and Van Halen among others. If you're looking for a party, The Gilfords are the band for you. The band performs regularly at bars/clubs in the New York City area and for private and corporate events including weddings throughout the country.

2020 NBA 2K League Draft delivered by Panera Bread – Terminal 5
February 22, 2020 – New York

The NBA 2K League is set to tipoff its third season, starting with the upcoming 2020 NBA 2K League Draft delivered by Panera Bread. All 23 NBA 2K League teams, including expansion teams Hornets Venom GT and the Gen.G Tigers of Shanghai, will complete their six-person roster at the four-round draft. Several surprise guests will announce select picks and provide guest commentary. There will be fan activities, giveaways, food and drink available.

Sweet Sip & Shop – SoHo
February 22, 2020 – New York

A Lifestyle Apparel + Sweet Escape'sSweet Sip & ShopA DAY PARTY where you can have cocktails, eat, shop & have some fun. What more could you ask for?Highlighting some of New York City's best up and coming finest brands and giving guests the opportunity to shop with them.Brands:A Lifestyle ApparelSweet Escape TreatsDope Produce BluePrintsIgnite Your PeaceBejeweled By Kay Luxotic iLashesClothing By LemAnisupe ClothingThe Life of MigzMusic By:Dana LuRichkiddPhoenixPhotobooth By:With Love Photobooth

thelovemaze.com Singles Dating NYC, Match In Art – Jewish Museum
February 22, 2020 – Upper East Side

thelovemaze.com Singles Dating NYC, Match In ArtArt and life are mysteriously intertwined.Meet and match in your favorite fashion pieces and museums. See if you can find that mysterious connection.Matching is done with LoveMaze scientific match making algorithm. A profile and RSVP in LoveMaze are required. https://thelovemaze.com/events.Join LoveMaze today for free, UNLOCK MAZES to identify your activity partner, and start earning MAZE CREDITS to get FREE fun activity driven dating events: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. More info on LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

Marc E. Bassy Pmd Tour – Gramercy Theatre
February 22, 2020 – New York

Age Restriction: 16+ Unless Accompanied by a Guardian

Lenfest Kids Presents: Lu Over the Wall – Lenfest Center for the Arts
February 22, 2020 – New York

Columbia University School of Arts presents Lenfest Kids, a monthly series of films for the whole family. Lenfest Kids: H2O continues through the spring to feature films about water as part of Columbia's Year of Water, exploring the world's oceans as a space of adventure, fantasy, wonder, and mystery.Lu Over The WallDir. Masaaki Yuasa, 2017 | Rated PGWhen teenager Kais family leaves Tokyo to live in the small fishing village of Merfolk, he discovers his musical talent can conjure mermaids from the sea. Lu arrives and trades in her fins for feet, but can she and Kai use their friendship to save the village?

MAP Student Recital | Violin – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Juilliard's Music Advancement Program (MAP) educates music students ages 8 to 18 on Saturdays. See their series of free student recitals throughout the year! Students of Lucie Gelinas and Pala Garcia will perform.

Pre-College Symphony – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Eric Jacobsen, ConductorPiano soloist to be announcedCLYNE MasqueradeMOZART Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major, K. 488 (Competition to be held January 24, 2020)SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 5, Op. 47, D Minor

Drake Driscoll, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Drake Driscoll, Cello

Brenden Zak, Violin – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Brenden Zak, Violin

Animal Skeletons – Children's Museum of the Arts
February 22, 2020 – Hudson Square

Inspired by Emilie Clark's Research Station, find the beauty in the anatomy of animals. Use clay to create animal skeletons!

Masquerade: Venetian Carnival – 6 River Terrace
February 22, 2020 – New York

The Carnival of Venice is world renowned for elaborate and colorful masks and for the ancient theatrics of the Commedia dellArte. In this workshop, participants will make their own character masks and watch a performance by the Kairos Italy Theater in English and Italian. Art project is designed for ages 4 and up.11AM: ART PROJECT11:45: FAMILY CONCERT

Dylan Wu, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Dylan Wu, Cello

Aaron Seeber Group – Cafe Bohemia
February 22, 2020 – New York

Aaron Seeber, a 26-year old drummer living in Brooklyn, NY is making his name as an emerging Jazz drummer in New York City. Aaron is a recent graduate of SUNY Purchase, where he studied Jazz Drums under the tutelage of renowned instructors Kenny Washington and John Riley. He was a member of the Purchase Jazz Orchestra, under the direction of Jon Faddis and Todd Coolman. Aaron also had the opportunity to study with great musicians at Purchase, including Hal Galper, Jon Faddis, Doug Weiss, Gary Smulyan and Pete Malinverni, among many others.Originally born in Washington DC, Aaron was exposed early on to many great musicians such as Buck Hill, Freddie Redd, Butch Warren, Larry Willis and many other legends that helped feed his enthusiasm for Jazz music. While in high school, Aaron attended Paul Carrs Jazz Academy of Music (JAM) Camp, where Aaron is now on as faculty drum instructor and combo teacher.As a performer, Aaron has had the incredible opportunity to share the stage with greats Eric Reed, Jon Faddis, Cyrille Aime, Jeremy Pelt, Paul Bollenback, Tim Green, Bruce Harris, Gary Smulyan, Mike Ledonne, Freddie Redd, Butch Warren, Grant Stewart, Chuck Redd, and many others. … (read more)

Leah Amory, Violin – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Leah Amory, Violin

Yihang Jaidyn Li, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Yihang Jaidyn Li, Cello

Elizabeth Aoki, Violin – The Juilliard School
February 22, 2020 – New York

Elizabeth Aoki, Violin

ReFashion Week Kickoff – Brooklyn Army Terminal – The Annex
February 22, 2020 – New York

donateNYC and the Foundation for NYS Strongest welcome you to NYCs second annual ReFashion Week to celebrate secondhand and sustainable fashion across the city. Join us to kick-off ReFashion Week on Feb 22nd at the Brooklyn Army Terminal – Expand your sustainable fashion knowledge and inspire your wardrobe!All Day Highlights (2pm- 6pm):Pop-up market featuring secondhand and sustainable fashion brands each tackling textile waste in their own wayDemos from leading innovators at the intersection of sustainable fashion and technology including from Circular ID and FutureworksClothing donation drop off event and interactive art installation created by zero waste designer and artist, Isabel VarelaLive DJ booth featuring Heron Preston and othersFood and drink from local vendors (Alcohol will be available for purchase, please bring a government issued ID if you intend to drink)Panel Discussions (2:30 4:00 pm): Featuring Eileen Fisher, Heron Preston, Zero Waste Daniel, Parley for the Oceans, and others!Panel 1: 2:30- 3:15Circular Supply Chain: How do we get there?Introduction by Daniel Silverstein of Zero Waste Daniel…Moderated by Sonia Park… (read more)

Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow Brings Aloha Spirit to NYC – King's Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow
February 22, 2020 – New York

Kings Hawaiian is bringing the Aloha Spirit to NYC for a limited time this winter with the opening of the Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow, an interactive breakfast restaurant located in Midtown Manhattan. Made with real ingredients, King's Hawaiian products are known for their melt-in-your-mouth texture soft and fluffy with just the right touch of sweetness and take savory and sweet breakfast dishes alike to the next level. Designed to transport New Yorkers to the warm shores of Hawaii, the restaurant features several uniquely Kings Hawaiian experiences ranging from an ocean-inspired ball pit where attendees can take a quick swim to a mountain top swing in the clouds. Guests will also enjoy a Hawaiian infused menu curated by breakfast connoisseur Chef Jaime Young of beloved brunch spot Sunday in Brooklyn, all featuring the brands iconic breads, including Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, Original Hawaiian Sweet Sliced Bread and Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. Attendees can choose between more than 50 toppings and fillings to craft a breakfast creation featuring Kings Hawaiian thats all their own, or they can select from Chef Youngs signature dishes: … (read more)

Schtick A Pole In It: Aretha Franklin Edition – Drom
Through February 22, 2020 – New York

Schtick A Pole In It As featured in the NY Times, AM NY, and the Gothamist, for the past 7 years we've been NYC's best, and only, Comedy and Pole Dancing show. Schtick starts with a comic and ends with a pole dancer. 5 comics and 5 dancers. Comics tell jokes. Pole dancers pole dance. Theyre not strippers, its not burlesque. Its aerial dance with a side of crazy gymnastics and death defying tricks that make your jaw drop.Every month we have a musical theme and this month it's The Queen of Soul on the Pole. "Baby, I Love You" so there "Ain't No Way" you are missing this one. Don't "Think" too hard, I will "Respect" your decision but buy your tickets now. If you don't see shows like this why are you even paying these crazy rents? Schtick A Pole In It: Aretha Franklin EditionFri& Sat 2/21, 2/22 8pmDrom NYC 85 ave ATickets- https://www.eventbrite.com/d/ny–new-york/schtick-it/ $35 VIP/$25 Seated/$20 Standing/$30@Door 2 item minimum with seating. Advance ticket sales end at 5pm on the day of the show.Subways2nd ave stop on the F.Walkable from the 6 (Astor Place) andR (8th St – NYU) train stations.Friday Night CastComicsDan Goodman (Skinja, Fusion… (read more)

Me & Mr. Jones: My Intimate Relationship With David Bowie – Pangea
Through February 22, 2020 – New York

WHO: RAQUEL CION, described by the New York Times as "half witch… half cabaret performer" and by TONY as an "alt cabaret siren." Director Cynthia Cahill, Musical Director Karl Saint Lucy. WHAT: Me & Mr. Jones: My Intimate Relationship With David Bowie, a 90-minute cabaret exploring Raquel Cion's soul love for David Bowie's artistry and David Jones' humanity, through personal stories and musical performance, is back at Pangea for a 3-month residency.WHEN:Friday, February 21Saturday, February 22Friday, March 13Saturday, March 14

Peter Stathas Dance presents the World Premiere of In the Garden – The Theater at Gibney, 280 Broadway
Through February 22, 2020 – New York

Peter Stathas Dancepresents the World Premiere ofIn the Gardenfrom Thursday-Saturday, February 20-22, 2020 at 8pmat The Theater at Gibney, 280 Broadway (entrance at 53A Chambers).Tickets are $15 and are available athttps://gibneydance.org/event/pop-performance-peter-stathas-dance/2020-02-20. Pending availability, tickets can be purchased at the door for $20.A new solo piece,In The Gardenis the exploration of our life cycle. It dwells on the questions we ask ourselves as we move through this continuum. And it immerses us in the natural, authentic aspects of our creative growth. This is the initial solo of what will evolve into a larger group work.The piece will combine music with the dancer's recorded voice. Other dances performed this eveninginclude:Five Studies for a Waiter and a Business Woman(1985) andAssuage(2018) as well asConundrum, which premiered last year at St. Marks Church as part of Danspace Community Access Program.Conundrumwas conceivedwith the idea of specific confined spaces being used to represent your own and others' perceptions. As each new dancer is added, the "space" expands to allow the dancers to shed those perceptions and to be their au… (read more)

AMP : The Electrifying Story of Mary Shelley – HERE
Through February 22, 2020 – New York

AMP is a gothic solo retelling of the creation of Frankenstein, written and performed by Jody Christopherson (St Kilda)and directed by Isaac Byrne (The Other Mozart) with sound designby Kodi Lynn Milburn featuring movement direction by Natalie Deryn Johnson. Additional text by Mary Shelley, Percy Shelly, Lord Byron, William Godwin, Mary Wollstonecraft, Luigi Galvani.Before Mary Shelley was considered one of the greatest writers in the canon, she was the unconventional daughter of anarchist philosophers William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft. Outcastand profoundly isolated, rejecting what her Victorian world had to offer, she created a genre that celebrated revolting in both senses of the word. Scientist Luigi Galvanis discovery of animalelectricity acts as an electric undercurrent for suppressed creative narratives, accompanied by stylized movement, period costumes and the philosophy that allowed authors to be published as creators of their own stories . . . however horrifying they might be.

American Museum of Natural History Presents: Sleepover at the Museum – American Museum of Natural History
Through February 22, 2020 – New York

Fridays, February 21 and 286 pm9 amSpend an unforgettable night at the Museum. After the doors close and the lights dim, grab a flashlight and begin your journeythe nearly empty halls of the Museum await.

"The Pelican" and "Isle of the Dead" by August Strindberg – Theater for the New City
Through February 22, 2020 – NEW YORK

August Strindberg wrote "The Pelican" for his Intimate Theater in 1907 and penned "Isle of the Dead" immediately after as a prologue. The latter was unpublished until 1918 and rediscovered in the early 60s, when it was found and promptly dismissed as an incomplete fragment. The two plays were finally reunited by Ingmar Bergman as a radio play in 2003. It was his last dramatic production. Now, Theater for the New City presents August Strindberg Rep in the world premiere staging of the two plays together, as they were written and intended by their author. Translator and director is Robert Greer, Artistic Director of Strindberg Rep.In "Isle of the Dead," a teacher who has died in his sleep wakes up to meet an enlightened spirit, who instructs him to watch a play. It is "The Pelican.""The Pelican" is a dark morality play about cruelty and sacrifice. A vivacious young widow lusts for her newly-married son-in-law and the dishonor of her actions is driving her son to drink.

The Buddhist Trilogy – Japan Society
Through February 22, 2020 – New York

After making a name for himself in the late sixties as a boundary-pushing writer and director for the sci-fi television series Ultraman, Akio Jissoji went on to emerge as an equally innovative independent filmmaker with a trio of highly experimental and visually daring narrative features released through the Art Theater Guild (all scripted by Toshiro Ishido) that offer transgressive interpretations of Buddhist philosophy and the existential problem of impermanence. Long unavailable on home video outside of Japan, the complete Buddhist Trilogy makes its overdue debut at Japan Society with brand-new digital remasters.Please note: These films contain strong sexual content including depictions of sexual violence.

Brown Sugar' a Sunday Brunch Comedy Show – Shrine
February 23, 2020 – New York

Chocolate Sundays is a new comedy show at The Shrine, bringing out talented comedians from all over, some of which you may have seen on Comedy Central, ComicView, B.E.T, MTV, Vh1, Conan, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Come grab a mimosa, eat a delicious meal, and enjoy the show!

The Shrine Jazz Jam Session w / Andrew Kushnir – Shrine
February 23, 2020 – New York

Join us at Shrine for a weekly Jam Session every Sunday evening. Bring your instruments and come ready to play!

Javier Rosario Trio- Jazz – Shrine
February 23, 2020 – New York

Javier Rosario is a virtuoso electric guitarist, who along with his trio interpret Javier's original compositions.

New York Cartel Ft. PeterJam- Reggae Dancehall – Shrine
February 23, 2020 – New York

"New York Cartel Ft. PeterJam" is a reggae dancehall band based in New York City, formed in the summer of 2018 the band is currently promoting their debut single "selvatica" along with more originals tunes, and reggae classics in both English and Spanish.

"This Land is Your Land" 80th Anniversary Concert – Town Hall Theater
February 23, 2020 – New York

Jeff Tweedy will lead a diverse lineup of artists paying tribute to the Woody Guthrie classic This Land is Your Land on the 80th anniversary of its writing in New York City at a concert at Town Hall on Feb. 23. This Land is Your Land written about three days after Guthrie arrived in New York City after traveling across America describes what he saw during his travels, from the bounty of resources in the golden valley to the line at the Relief Office, where Woody saw my people. The evening will feature performances by Tweedy, John Fullbright, Gangstagrass and other special guests gathering friends from along that ribbon of highway to join together in the same neighborhood where Woody wrote these important words in 1940.

Immy and Jimmy (James Maddock & David Immerglck) – The 11th Street Bar:
February 23, 2020 – New York

New York City-based, British-born singer/songwriter James Maddock makes literate and heartfelt folk and Americana-influenced music. Born in Leicester, England, Maddock was a member of the band's Fire Next Time and Wood before embarking on a solo career. David Immerglck has a full-time gig playing with the Counting Crows

Rucosea – Rockwood Music Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

RUCO is a Japanese soul singer

Alesia Lani – Rockwood Music Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

Few rising stars shine as bright as Austin's own Alesia Lani. The award-winning singer has 2 albums under her belt, boats a resume that includes sharing a stage with legends such as George Clinton and The Ohio Players, and playing festivals such as 35 Denton and South By Southwest. The former model's sultry, raspy vocals paired with a hip-hop twist give you the feeling that you may have found this generation's Lauryn Hill or Erykah Badu, yet give her a distinct sound that is just as unique as it is powerful. Alesia brings a blue-collar work ethic to her career, spending countless hours in the studio, and is known for delivering elite live performances made for primetime. The momentum continues to grow behind this starlet as she dazzles on her musical journey.

Seamstress – Rockwood Music Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

Seamstress was born Gabriella Chavez December 3rd, 1991 in Hoboken , NJ. At an early age, she found solace in art. Exploring the visual arts then traveling towards music she used the mediums to make sense of the chaos that ensued around her. Exposed to heartbreak at an early age, Gabriella began to quickly survey the different corners of her emotions. Using songwriting as a tool to communicate that which she couldn't always understand, her experiences have greatly shaped the beautifully haunting sound for which Seamstress has come to be known.

Jacob Colin Cohen – Rockwood Music Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

Jacob Colin Cohen

Sarah Wise – Rockwood Music Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

Sarah Wise is a folk-pop driven, singer songwriter with a rootsy, americana heart. Influenced by the raw emotion of songwriters such as Patty Griffin, Lucinda Williams, Mieka Pauley, and Emmylou Harris, Sarah's confessional lyrics are defiant and searing, vulnerable and searching. Developing material with veterans Clifford Carter, Marc Shulman, and Ann Klein, Sarah is preparing to record her debut album in 2018.

The Black Soul Experience – Groove
February 23, 2020 – New York

21 & overTwo items minimumWelcome to The Black Soul Experience, a high-powered, intense live show. R&B, funk, soul, soca, hip-hop, reggae, and house will keep you dancing in the aisles all night long!

Michelle Shocked – Cafe Bohemia
February 23, 2020 – New York

Michelle Shocked is a traveling troubadour whose musical talent is so eclectic it is difficult to categorize.Michelle Shocked made her debut in Europe in 1986, with "The Texas Campfire Tapes," a bootleg recording made on a Sony Walkman cassette recorder around a festival campfire. In 1987, she signed a contract with (now) Universal, retaining ownership of both masters and publishing. Her studio debut was the 1988 album, "Short Sharp Shocked"; vignettes of growing up in rural East Texas. "Captain Swing," released in 1989, and "Arkansas Traveler," released in 1992, completed her "Mercury Trilogy." In 1995, "Quality of Mercy" was on the soundtrack for the Oscar-winning film "Dead Man Walking." A studio version of an underground release, "Kind Hearted Woman" was released in 1996 after winning a valiant fight to retain her intellectual property rights. In 2002, she launched her Mighty Sound label. A 2003 bootleg of a live gospel set was sanctioned for release in 2007 as "ToHeavenURide,", followed by a studio release in 2009, "Soul of My Soul." In 2013, Shocked conceived "Truth Vs Reality," a performance art exploit, and her 2019 Cuban rumba-inspired studio effort, Musical Chairs:… (read more)

Theater Resources Unlimited How to Write a Musical That Works Part Two: Conflicts & Obstacles – Studios 150
February 23, 2020 – New York

Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU)presents the workshop How to Write a Musical That Works Part Two: Conflicts & ObstaclesonSunday February 23, 2020 from 10am to 6pm at Studios 150, 150 W. 46th Street, 7th floor, NYC. Submission deadline is Wednesday 2/12. E-mail TRUStaff1@gmail.com or register online athttps://truonline.org/events/feedback-workshop2-2020/.This workshop is dedicated to fostering a conversation about musical theater structure not only for writers but also for producers, directors and everyone involved in the creation and production of new works. Submission fee is $10 for members, $20 for non-members. If accepted, fee will be applied to a participation fee of $100 ($80 for TRU members).Those not selected will be invited and encouraged to attend the workshop as observers. The price is $55 ($35 for TRU members). We will be promoting this to writers, directors and producers, with the hope of generating a useful conversation to help us all develop the skills to create successful works for musical theater. The cost for non-participants to attend for the full day, to observe the presentations and be part of the discussions, is $55 ($35 for TRU members).Fi… (read more)

Diversity is Fun! Comedy, Music and Human Rights – Playroom Theater
February 23, 2020 – New York

To laugh together is to grow together. Additionally, we feed our own souls as activists when we take an evening and just enjoy ourselves.About this EventDiversity is Fun is premised on the fact that sometimes, an evening of mirth and shared enjoyment is just what the spirit-doc ordered! We'll gather in Times Square, kick back and and enjoy the music and comedy of a diverse group of artists/activists, recharging together and preparing to rejoin the battle of Light v. Dark… Featuring:Dee Who: Dee Who is a songwriter, singer and bassist who presents original songs, usually in public spaces like the Subway. Dee is a familiar face around town, having made a living as a roving subway musician for the last five years. Dee was born in New York, grew up in Taiwan, studied drums at Berklee, played in a rock band in Holland, traveled through Ecuador on horseback, worked as a photographer for the NY Times, and directed, shot and edited two feature documentary films. He currently lives in Brooklyn where he raises his seven year old daughter and two cats. Find him at "TheDeeWho" on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Cashapp and Venmo.Alex White III: Alex is a stand-up comedian originally fr… (read more)

Inclusive Sundays for Children with a Physical Disability – Children's Museum of the Arts
February 23, 2020 – Hudson Square

This weekly drop-off course encourages young people to collaborate and get creative in both Fine Arts and Media Arts. Students are given the space to be independent of their parents, and activities are adapted to accommodate the specific abilities of each child. Students will explore the practice of combining various distinct visual art media, such as paper, paint, textiles, and sculpture, with new technology in our media labs such as animation, sound art, and photography. The class will also discover and discuss the work and techniques of notable mixed media artists. Students host exhibitions and visit other NYC cultural spaces on field trips.CMA's Inclusive Sunday Classes provide a free opportunity for children with physical disabilities and their family and friends. CMA Teaching Artists are supported by Evaluators licensed in Occupational Therapy. This program is based on a class-like model in which the Teaching Artists and specialists work to facilitate the group experience, with a keen eye towards the special needs of the participants. At the heart of all of our inclusive programs is socialization, benefiting all participants.

Ehud Asherie Trio – Fat Cat
February 23, 2020 – New York

Ehud Asherie Trio

Three or Four Shades of Mingus – Fat Cat
February 23, 2020 – New York

Three or Four Shades of Mingus

After Hours hosted by The Program of Deprogramming – Fat Cat
February 23, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by The Program of Deprogramming

Michelle Shocked – Cafe Bohemia
February 23, 2020 – New York

Michelle Shocked made her debut in Europe in 1986, with "The Texas Campfire Tapes," a bootleg recording made on a Sony Walkman cassette recorder around a festival campfire. In 1987, she signed a contract with (now) Universal, retaining ownership of both masters and publishing. Her studio debut was the 1988 album, "Short Sharp Shocked"; vignettes of growing up in rural East Texas. "Captain Swing," released in 1989, and "Arkansas Traveler," released in 1992, completed her "Mercury Trilogy." In 1995, "Quality of Mercy" was on the soundtrack for the Oscar-winning film "Dead Man Walking." A studio version of an underground release, "Kind Hearted Woman" was released in 1996 after winning a valiant fight to retain her intellectual property rights. In 2002, she launched her Mighty Sound label. A 2003 bootleg of a live gospel set was sanctioned for release in 2007 as "ToHeavenURide,", followed by a studio release in 2009, "Soul of My Soul." In 2013, Shocked conceived "Truth Vs Reality," a performance art exploit, and her 2019 Cuban rumba-inspired studio effort, Musical Chairs: A Comparsa for Artist Rights awaits release. Shocked continues her creative endeavors as an independent artist … (read more)

thelovemaze.com Singles Match In Art @ The Met Museum – Met Museum
February 23, 2020 – New York

Connect art with love. Meet and match to explore the sea of art in partnership. Partnering is done with LoveMazes scientific match making algorithm.Dont forget to unlock mazes to locate potential matches and go on virtual dates to get acquainted before your joint venture.RSVP to secure a spot: https://thelovemaze.com/eventsJoin LoveMaze today, Unlock Mazes to identify your activity partners, and start earning Maze Credits to get Free fun activity driven dating events: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. More info on LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

Jazz For Kids – Jazz Standard
February 23, 2020 – New York

The Jazz Standard Youth Orchestra is a performance driven program that gives talented and dedicated young jazz musicians the opportunity to perform regularly in one of New York City's leading jazz clubs often with guest artists from the New York scene.

American Museum of Natural History Presents: Milstein Science Series: Polar Bears – American Museum of Natural History
February 23, 2020 – New York

This family-friendly festival dives into all things polar bear with activities, show-and-tell with Museum collections, and an interactive theater performance. Plus, scientists will be on hand to discuss conservation, polar bears predatory nature, and how humans have interacted with these amazing mammals through history. Learn about this species behavior, diet, and territoryand how climate change threatens its survival.

Menage – Rockwood Music Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

Early on, in 2015 the brother/sister duo signed a deal with iPLAY records out of Portugal. Rotation on radio and two Portuguese national tours soon followed.In 2016 Menage released a full length album. This was released in China and supported with a 14 city tour of China which included performances at the famous MIDI festival and MTA festivals.Now with their eyes on North America, Menage will be releasing new music. A tour and a changed generation will follow.

– Rockwood Music Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

Mary Edwards is a composer, songwriter and sound artist whose projects range from recordings and performances "evocative of epic cinematic soundtracks combined with lyrical intimacy." (Time Out NY), to immersive environmental and architectural sound installations. Themes of temporality, impermanence, nostalgia, longing, childhood and the natural world are interspersed throughout her work.

Mary Edwards – Rockwood Music Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

Mary Edwards is a composer, songwriter and sound artist whose projects range from recordings and performances "evocative of epic cinematic soundtracks combined with lyrical intimacy." (Time Out NY), to immersive environmental and architectural sound installations. Themes of temporality, impermanence, nostalgia, longing, childhood and the natural world are interspersed throughout her work.

The Buck and a Quarter Quartet – Rockwood Music Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

We're the Brooklyn and Manhattan-based quartet and a quarter that plays the forgotten gems of the golden age of American pop, as well as favorites and vintage-inspired originals in our own category-defying style, described as "skiffle meets Cole Porter" and "what kind of music IS this?" We combine vintage pop, western swing, traditional jazz and even waltzes and tangos together, mostly on strings.

Lina K.O. – Rockwood Music Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

Lina is a songwriter based in Brooklyn. Beginning to write songs as a teenager (mostly for her traffic-less YouTube channel), she then put it aside to pursue a career in international relations, until a change of heart in her mid 20s brought her back to making music.

Rucosea – Rockwood Music Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

RUCO is a Japanese soul singer

Woody Guthrie Center Presents: This Land Is Your Land: A Celebration of 80 Years – Town Hall
February 23, 2020 – New York

This Land is Your Land: A Celebration of 80 yearsTulsa's Woody Guthrie Center marks the 80 th anniversary of Woody writing the classic anthem with a New York City concertTULSA, Okla. From elementary school music classes to the Super Bowl halftime show, Woody Guthrie's "This Land is Your Land" has lived as part of our culture for 80 years, an endearing letter to the beauty of America and what we can do to make it better for everyone.To celebrate the 80th anniversary of when it was written, the Woody Guthrie Center will host a concert on Feb. 23 at The Town Hall in New York City, around the corner from where Guthrie first wrote the song on Feb. 23, 1940. The program will feature performances by Oklahoma native John Fullbright, Branjae, Gangstagrass, Haley Heynderickx, Jeff Tweedy and a few special guests. Tickets start at $50 plus fees and go on sale Dec. 16, available at thetownhall.org.

Ella, Billie and the Women of Jazz – Birdland Jazz Club
February 23, 2020 – New York

Award-winning vocalist Thana Alexa and The MusicTalks Jazz Quartet in a celebration of the women of Jazz. Some of the most beloved jazz standards were actually written by women such as Lil Armstrong (the wife of Louis Armstrong) and Alice Coltrane (the wife of John Coltrane)! We will feature music by Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday and share the untold stories of the founding mothers of Jazz.

James Gideon and Lou Gioia – Prohibition
February 23, 2020 – New York

"James Gedeon and Lou Gioia have accumulated a wealth of experience in performing over the years. Between the two of them, they've shared the stage or opened for artists including America, Paul Simon, Bernie Williams, Billy Joel, Harry Connick Jr, The Marshall Tucker Band, Vanessa Williams and Kenny Rogers. Come in and enjoy an evening of acoustic favorites. "

Rita Rovenskaya, Piano. Beethoven & Schumann Sonatas – St. John's in the Village Church
February 23, 2020 – New York

Acclaimed pianist Rita Rovenskaya presents a solo concert of Schumann Sonata No. 2 in G minor, Op. 22Beethoven Sonata No. 21 in C Major, "Waldstein"ABOUT THE ARTIST:Margarita Rovenskaya, PianoMargarita Rovenskaya has performed extensively in the US and abroad, with solo and chamber recitals in venues such as Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall. Winner of the Mary Smart International Concerto Competition, Westminster Piano Concerto Competition, Connecticut Young Artist Competition, and American Fine Arts Festival, Ms. Rovenskaya is based in New York City. She is co-adjunct faculty at Rutgers University, served as Adjunct Piano Instructor at New York University, and is currently piano faculty at several studios and schools in NYC.A SUNDAY SERIES OF BEAUTIFUL MUSIC IN THE WEST VILLAGE, NYC!The weekly "Bach to the Future" concert series present programs of the best Classical musical repertoire, with highest caliber of performance, in a small setting. Join us every Sunday at 3PM for an afternoon of beauty and inspiration. Wine reception follows each concert.Tickets: FREE for all children under age 18, $20 in advance, $25 at the door.http:… (read more)

Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow Brings Aloha Spirit to NYC – King's Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow
February 23, 2020 – New York

Kings Hawaiian is bringing the Aloha Spirit to NYC for a limited time this winter with the opening of the Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow, an interactive breakfast restaurant located in Midtown Manhattan. Made with real ingredients, King's Hawaiian products are known for their melt-in-your-mouth texture soft and fluffy with just the right touch of sweetness and take savory and sweet breakfast dishes alike to the next level. Designed to transport New Yorkers to the warm shores of Hawaii, the restaurant features several uniquely Kings Hawaiian experiences ranging from an ocean-inspired ball pit where attendees can take a quick swim to a mountain top swing in the clouds. Guests will also enjoy a Hawaiian infused menu curated by breakfast connoisseur Chef Jaime Young of beloved brunch spot Sunday in Brooklyn, all featuring the brands iconic breads, including Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, Original Hawaiian Sweet Sliced Bread and Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. Attendees can choose between more than 50 toppings and fillings to craft a breakfast creation featuring Kings Hawaiian thats all their own, or they can select from Chef Youngs signature dishes: … (read more)

Damion Scott Action Pose Sculptures – Children's Museum of the Arts
February 23, 2020 – Hudson Square

Damion Scott is a comic book illustrator and designer with prominent roles in both Marvel and DC Comics. His work often uses warped and exaggerated character designs to convey action and movement. As a Brooklyn native, much of his work reflects the graffiti and street art he grew up with. He even authored a book called How To Draw Hip-Hop! Using his action-packed characters as an influence, create your own superhero sculptures! Focus on costume design and action poses for your character.

Yeti, Set, Snow! – Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre
Through February 23, 2020 – New York

Yeti, Set, Snow! an original story and marionette production produced by the City Parks Foundation will be making its anticipated return to the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre in Central Park. Perfect for families with young children, this winter adventure kicks off the holiday season with puppetry and music beginning November 12, 2019 throughout the winter season to February 23, 2020. The production is recommended for families with children ages 3 – 8. Yeti, Set, Snow! tells the story of a young girl named Widget, and her friend, Twig, who encounter a yeti named Pascetti and pet cat, Tinsel Kitty, on the first snow day of the winter season. Pascetti, who lives on a mountaintop nearby, dislikes the snow. Through songs and snow day activities, Pascetti discovers not only that snow can be fun, but also learns the value of friendship.

Riddle of the Trilobites – New Victory Theater
Through February 23, 2020 – New York

Travel way way way way way back in time! In this live, original musical, set 500 million years ago, all life dwells in one sea and trilobites rule the ocean floor. When young Aphra discovers that the fate of the entire trilobite kingdom rests on her shelled shoulders, she and her arthropod pals must solve the RIDDLE OF THE TRILOBITES before a sea change of epic proportions destroys their home. With humor, heart and eye-popping prehistoric puppetry, this underwater adventure shows us how we can leave our mark on the world when we dare to be brave.RIDDLE OF THE TRILOBITES has a running time of 80 minutes with no intermission, and is recommended for ages 6 and up.

Annual Holiday Train Show – New York Transit Museum Gallery Annex & Store
Through February 23, 2020 – New York

Every holiday season, the New York Transit Museum's Grand Central Gallery plays host to a city within a city with the display of a miniature electric railroad running over, through, and beneath some of New York's most magnificent landmarks.

Holiday Express from the Jerni Train Collection – The New-York Historical Society
Through February 23, 2020 – Manhattan

The trains from the Jerni Collection, accompanied by theatrical lighting and an audio soundscape, are a holiday tradition at the New-York Historical Society.

The Whore form Ohio – Theater for the New City
Through February 23, 2020 – NEW YORK CITY

"The Whore from Ohio" by Hanoch Levin is a black comedy on desire, fantasy, mortality and the illusion of love. It is one Levin's most famous plays. An old beggar, running from death, goes to a whore and spends all his savings, to the horror of his grasping beggar of a son. This absurdist masterpiece is profound in its original Hebrew and very good in English, but it's really funny in Yiddish. The Yiddish translation is by Eli Rosen. Gara Sandler directs. The actors are David Mandelbaum as the old beggar, Eli Rosen as the son and Malky Goldman as the eponymous hooker. Performed with English surtitles.February 19 to 23, Wed, Th, Fri, Sat at 7:30, Sat & Sun at 3:00. Buy tickets: https://bpt.me/4486159

Off-Broadway Week: The Little Mermaid – The Players Theatre
Through February 23, 2020 – New York

The Little Mermaid the musical by Michael Sgouros and Brenda Bell. "Once upon a time there was a little mermaid who dreamed of the day when she would finally be old enough to explore the wonders of the world above the sea. When her turn comes, she is not disappointed. In fact, she saves a young prince from drowning in a shipwreck and falls deeply in love with him. Now her longing increases, as she desires to become a mortal so she can marry her young prince; but as with all dreams, there are sacrifices. The little mermaid soon learns that getting her wish means making hard choices. She also learns how much she is willing to give up for someone she loves."Appropriate for all ages (we have no restrictions), but we recommend ages 5 and up! The show runs 70 minutes with no intermission. The production features a live music ensemble and includes a family workshop 1 hour prior to each matinee performance. Here the audience meets members of the creative team as well as an actor from the production who relate how they turn a book into a musical onstage. Afterward, the children are invited to create a sea creature that they can bring home as a souvenir.

Sound of the Crickets – Children's Museum of the Arts
Through February 23, 2020 – Hudson Square

Our installation Love Crickets, Save the Planet allows us to consider crickets and their many jobs in nature. Crickets contribute to the food chain and are highly nutritious as prey and as fertilizing agents for soil. They were even used as home alarm systems for citizens of ancient China! Their famous chirping sounds are also very soothing and beautiful to listen to. Can we make rhythms, beats, and songs inspired by our insect friends? Using sound samples from our cricket farm, invent your own harmonic tunes and celebrate our insect friends!

Glittering Gardens inspired by Ebony G. Patterson – Children's Museum of the Arts
Through February 23, 2020 – Hudson Square

Artist Ebony G. Patterson uses sequins, embroidery, and glitter to create lush and fantastical gardens. Patterson uses these materials to draw people into garden images to address issues of identity and social injustice. Today, we will use similar materials to create our own gardens with important messages. Choose a message you would like to share with the world and create a garden around it. Embellish your garden to attract viewers and bring awareness!

Ian Jones-Quartey Cartoons – Children's Museum of the Arts
Through February 23, 2020 – Hudson Square

Ian Jones-Quartey is the creator of the Cartoon Network short "OK K.O." and has also worked on countless other cartoons like "Steven Universe" and "Adventure Time." Jones-Quartey loves animation because your characters can do things they would never be able to do in real life. Inspired by his whacky and colorful characters, create your own cartoon character and bring them to life with animation!

21st Century Fairy Tales inspired by Ronald Wimberly – Children's Museum of the Arts
Through February 23, 2020 – Hudson Square

Ronald Wimberly's Prince of Cats is a modern comics retelling of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The story takes place in the 1980s New York while retaining the Olde English-style dialogue of the original play. Wimberly tells a centuries-old story using visual motifs and style from an era much closer to ours. Today in the gallery, we will create our own comic stories, retelling fairy tales as if they were taking place in our present-day NYC. Which story will you choose to tell, and how can your story take advantage of modern news and technology to give it a breath of fresh air?

"God Bless Ben Evans" – a solo show by Ben Evans – Guy Hepner
Through February 23, 2020 – New York

Join us Thursday January 23rd at Guy Hepner gallery for the print release and signing of artist Ben Evan's latest print series launch from 6-8PM with the artist present.Exclusively with Guy Hepner, the release features a series of unique hand embellished works as well as three standard prints based off of Evans's latest original paintings that will be on view during the showcase and signing event.The prints will be available online on Guy Hepner's website world wide at 2PM EST, Thursday January 23rd.

Animal Farm – The Seeing Place @ The Paradise Factory
Through February 23, 2020 – New York

All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others"The animals on a farm drive out their master and take over and run the farm for themselves. The experiment is successful, except that someone has to take the deposed farmer's place. Leadership devolves upon the pigs, which are cleverer than the rest of the animals. Unfortunately, their character is not equal to their intelligence. This dramatization remains faithful to the book's plot and intent and retains both its affection for the animals and the incisiveness of its message. This play is being performed by an ensemble of just four actors, which results in a fast-paced, tightly drawn interpretation of this timely story.Cast/Creative Team for ANIMAL FARM: Starring Laura Clare Browne, Erin Cronican, William Ketter, and Brandon Walker. Directed by Erin Cronican and Brandon Walker. Sound Design by Brandon Walker. Costume Design by Erin Cronican.

Flowers & Glass at 180 The Store – 180 The Store
Through February 27, 2020 – New York

We are excited to exhibit the glass sculptures of American artist John Torreano, in collaboration with Mel Furukawa on February 20th, from 6-8pm.Mel Furukawa, a floral designer, will be curating the show and making floral arrangements in Torreano's work using seasonal flowers and branches.John Torreano was born in Flint, MI and has worked in a variety of mediums and methods including painting, sculpture, relief, furniture and hand-blown glass. His works have been exhibited at the Whitney Museum of Art and the MoMA, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Corcoran Gallery, the Whitney, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and many others.Torreano theorizes that all art "exists somewhere between a totally abstract creation and a total reproduction of physical things in the world." Torreano uses the gems and glass to bring together the world of theory and the world of things.Please join us on Thursday, February 20th from 6-8pm for the opening of FLOWERS & GLASS.

ReFashion Week – Multiple Venues
Through February 28, 2020 – New York

DonateNYC and the Foundation for New Yorks Strongest present ReFashion Week NYC 2020celebrating secondhand and sustainable fashion in New York City, through a series of events designed to challenge your style and ReFashion your world! Join us February 22-28, 2020 for an exciting week of shopping, swapping, mending, and discussions.

Growing a Garden for an Unknown Lover – Photography Exhibit – ZAZ10TS
Through February 28, 2020 – New York

Israeli artist Boaz Aharonovitchs photo-diary Growing a Garden for an Unknown Lover artfully documents a gardening project that took place in his studio. Incorporating photographic works and a single-channel video art installation, the archived garden is created from flowers, vegetation, and containers Aharonovitch collected from his immediate surroundings. He cultivated his plants, staged them to create the most appealing images and photographed them, hoping the images will attract an unknown lover. The outcome of the process is a meditation on the fleeting nature of the garden as a metaphor for the passage of time and longing. Presented in conjunction with the Friends of Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jersualem, at ZAZ10TS, an ongoing cultural initiative that integrates art into the office building at 10 Times Square.

Grandma's Braised Pork – Rolln
Through February 28, 2020 – New York

ROLLN has also launched a winter specialGrandma's Braised Pork, a hand roll with slow-cooked pork for over 8 hours with a blend of warming spices. This menu is taken straight from one of the co-owners Grandma's recipes!

Growing a Garden for an Unknown Lover – ZAZ10TS
Through February 28, 2020 – New York

Israeli artist Boaz Aharonovitchs photo-diary documents a gardening project that took place in his studio. Incorporating photographic works and a single-channel video art installation, the archived garden is created from flowers, vegetation, and containers Aharonovitch collected from his immediate surroundings. He cultivated his plants, staged them to create the most appealing images and photographed them, hoping the images will attract an unknown lover. The outcome of the process is a meditation on the fleeting nature of the garden as a metaphor for the passage of time and longing.Boaz Aharonovitch received his BFA and MFA from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. His work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums, including solo exhibitions at the Tel Aviv Museum, Israel; Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Bielefeld, Germany; Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York; and Braverman Gallery, Tel-Aviv. Aharonovitch has won several awards such as the Rich foundation Award for an Israeli Artist, the Israeli Culture and Sports ministry prize, and Sharet Foundation Grant.Curator Aya Goshen was born and raised in Israel and moved to New York, where sh… (read more)

Gypsys Dream by Gypsy Fun Trio at Russian Samovar – Russian Samovar
Through February 29, 2020 – New York

The legendary Russian Samovar Restaurant and Piano Bar received rave reviews for its one and only Gypsys Dream. The one-hour show is performed every Friday and now Saturday as well at 9:00pm, includes classic Gypsy ballads and dancers. The Gypsy Fun Trio consists of renowned musicians Valery Zhmud, Andrey Solodenko and Sergey Pobedinsky (Sergey is also the shows musical director). Russian Samovar manager Vlada Von Shats says of the show, The incredible sound of the gypsies will touch your soul.Russian Samovar is unique in its long-standing ties with the art community and has become a home for many famous Russian poets and writers who keep coming back for the exceptional dining experience. Owned by Roman Kaplan and managed by his daughter Vlada Von Shats and her two sons Michael and Nicholas, Russian Samovar offers some of the finest Russian cuisine in New York.For more information, visit www.russiansamovar.com212-757-0168

"a photograph / lovers in motion" by Ntozake Shange – Theatre 80 St. Marks
Through February 29, 2020 – NYC

The Negro Ensemble, Inc. revives a lyrical play by Ntozake Shange, author of "for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf" (1975). Audiences are transported to an artist's flat in San Francisco during the waning years of the Black Arts Movement. A photographer named Sean David fights for his creative chops while navigating his relationships with a female dancer, a female model, a female lawyer and a male lawyer. They struggle to communicate, to create their world and to love. Although this play is not a chorepoem like "for colored girls…," Shange's transcendent language soars throughout, underscored by music and movement. Shange's sister and frequent collaborator, Ifa Bayeza, directs.

NYC's 9th Annual Winter Film Awards International Film Festival – Cinema Village Theatre
Through February 29, 2020 – New York

The 9th Annual Winter Film Awards International Film Festival runs February 20-29 2020, including awesome film screenings, cool discussion panels, career-building professional development workshops and super-fun parties at venues throughout NYC. The event concludes on February 29th with a glittering awards ceremony and hot red carpet gala at NYCs premier nightclub. Check out our jam-packed lineup of 79 outstanding films from 27 countries in all genres, including shorts and features, drama, romance, comedy, horror, animation, documentary, music videos and web series. Panels and workshops include Shooting Sex & Violence, Crafting a Great Opening Scene, Distribution 101, Everything You Need to Know About Music for Film, Art of the Pitch, Social Media for Filmmakers and Camera Hacks for the Frugal Filmmaker.Winter Film Awards is dedicated to showcasing the amazing diversity of voices in indie film and our 2020 lineup is half made by women and 53% by or about people of color. Free Discussion Panels – Daily Screenings – Free Parties. Screenings at Cinema Village (22 E12th St). Industry Networking Opening Night Party, Feb 20 7PM-11PM. Gala Red Carpet + Award Ceremony + After-Par… (read more)

Teens for Jeans – Aeropostale
Through February 29, 2020 – New York

Work with your friends and classmates to collect gently-used jeans. Before February 29, drop off jeans at your local Aropostale store to participate. Dont worry, Aropostale employees are in charge of making sure the jeans get to young people in your community experiencing homelessness.Make sure you upload a photo of the jeans you collected! Once you submit a picture, youll be entered for a chance to win one of two $2,500 scholarships. If you participate as a school, and collect the most jeans, your school will win a $10,000 grant. The school in second place will win a $5,000 grant!

Chasing the River – Chain Theatre
Through February 29, 2020 – New York

Recently released from prison, a young woman returns to her childhood home – the scene of the crime that put her away when she was just a teenager. Still entwined in the memories of her tumultuous youth, she struggles to break free and focus on her future. Chasing the River is about survival, second chances and learning to bet on yourself.

Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park – The Lodge by Urbanspace – Bryant Park
Through March 01, 2020 – New York

After its successful debut last year, The Lodge by Urbanspace returns to Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park featuring a festive cocktail bar surrounded by a full range of eateries and an outdoor beer garden. The aprs skate-escape will host a mix of returning vendor favorites like The Stackery, and new ones like Ovenly, designed to fulfill the cravings of New Yorkers and visitors alike from morning until night. This cozy winter destination with a dozen new and classic NYC restaurants such as Casa Toscana, The Lodge Bar, The Lodge Biergarten by Stout NYC, Mayhem Smokehouse, Ovenly, Pierogi Boys, S'mores N'more by Renegade, The Stackery, and Two Tablespoons. Beginning in January 2020, head to The Lodge by Urbanspace for live music and other special events. The Lodge by Urbanspace is open daily, 8 a.m.-10 p.m., from October 31, 2019-March 1, 2020. To learn more about The Lodge by Urbanspace, vist: wintervillage.org.

Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park – Free Skating – Bryant Park
Through March 01, 2020 – New York

Head to the only FREE admission skating rink in NYC between October. 31, 2019 and March 1, 2020 at Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park. The Rink at Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park offers high quality rental skates, free skating shows, Broomball pick-up games, Exerskate classes as well as other special events and activities for both children & adults. For more information and the most up to date schedule of events at The Rink during this years Bank of America Winter VIllage at Bryant Park, go to: wintervillage.org.

NYC Super Bowl Party at 5th and Mad – 5th&Mad
Through March 02, 2020 – New York,

Watch the Super Bowl in NYC at this multi level venue, featuring a stunning 45 foot long bar on the main level and wrap around mezzanine section. This is a real new yorkers back to basics party and sure to go down as one for the ages! The Super Bowl Watch Party at 5th and Mad will feature a cash bar, drink and food specials all night long!

Upper Story by Charlie Palmer – Upper Story by Charlie Palmer
Through March 02, 2020 – New York

A premier private event destination, Upper Story by Charlie Palmer sits 14 stories above 3rd Avenue at 59th Street in the prestigious Decoration & Design Building (DDB), a Cohen Design Centers property, owned by Charles S. Cohen. Upper Story features a progressive American, seasonally driven special events menu. Local ingredients are expertly crafted into delectable dishes by Chef Fernando Marulanda, who combines his life-long passion for food with incredible attention to detail at Upper Storys large-scale events.Visitors of the DDB can enjoy spectacular views of Manhattan for lunch, Monday through Friday 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM. During lunch, Upper Story offers an American caf menu, which includes Pesto Zucchini Noodles with Arugula and Oven Dried Tomatoes and Scottish Salmon with parsnip puree, dandelion greens, tricolored quinoa and pomegranate emulsion. For more information, visit www.upperstoryny.com212-644-9394

'Miracle Workers: Dark Ages' New Season Happy Hours – Ophelia
Through March 03, 2020 – New York

Merchants Hospitality venues and TBS are partnering to host a city-wide Happy Hour special to promote the season two premiere of the hit comedy series, Miracle Workers: Dark Ages starring Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi. Seven establishments will be offering specialty cocktails including a "Dark Age Dry Martini" and an "All-Wise Dry Negroni" featuring the custom "Meadieval". The special will be offered every Tuesday kicking off the night of the nationwide premiere on January 28th. Happy Hours will run from 8 pm – 9 pm, every Tuesday (while supplies last), prior to the series airing at 10:30 pm ET. Participating venues include cocktail bar/restaurant, Ivy Lane (116 East 60th Street), new American restaurant Industry Kitchen (70 South Street), rooftop lounge Ophelia (3 Mitchell Place), Treadwell Park (all three locations), and contemporary speakeasy Black Hound (301 S End Ave).

Paddington Gets in a Jam – Daryl Roth Theater
Through March 06, 2020 – New York

Brought to you by the creators of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show that ate its way through Union Square last year, Paddington Gets in a Jam will make its debut in time for the holidays, on December 13th. Bring kids – or nostalgic adults – to see Paddington making his famous marmalade and of course get into some hysterical trouble.

A Southern Fairytale – Kraine Theater
Through March 06, 2020 – New York

Performances will be held as follows: Wed., February 19 at 7:10pm; Sat., February 22 at 5:00pm; Sat., February 29 at 5:00pm; Wed., March 4 at 7:10pm; and Fri., March 6 at 5:30pm.Based on true events, A Southern Fairytale artfully illuminates the challenges facing a young, gay Christian growing up in the Deep South, written and performed by Ty Autry and directed by David L. Carson. As we accompany the protagonist through multiple journeys into and out of the closet, the audience emotionally connects with the very real impacts of conversion therapy, excommunication, and a father who believes that a demon has possessed his son.A Southern Fairytale is my personal journey which happens to reflect that of so many gay youth finding their truth in a society that is against them, stated playwright and performer Ty Autry. Through our previous workshop productions, we discovered a deep story that showcases the trauma created from the lack of acceptance, while having the audiences rolling on the floor with laughter as they relate to how their past has shaped them into who they are today.An international summer tour of A Southern Fairytale is being developed with confirmed stop… (read more)

Magnetic Dragons – Under St. Marks Theater
Through March 07, 2020 – New York

Gunfire. Explosions. Heartbreak. These are the things that happened not in front of the camera, but behind the scenes of the film with the worst production day ever: Magnetic Dragons. This comedic one-man show revisits all the disasters that happened for the 25th anniversary of the movie. Official selection Frigid Festival 2020

TADA! Youth Theater Presents How to Eat Like a Child and other lessons in not being a grown-up – TADA! Youth Theater
Through March 08, 2020 – New York

In this kids guide to being a kid, both children and adults will laugh along to comical numbers such as How to Torture Your Sister, How to Beg for a Dog, How to Understand Your Parents, How to Stay Home from School and many more. TADA! was the first company to stage this musical in 1984 without any adult actors, and it went on to be produced as a TV special starring Dick Van Dyke in 1991. Performances, February 15 through March 8, 2020. Book by: Delia Ephron, John Forster and Judith Kahan. Music and Lyrics by: John Forster. Based on the book by: Delia Ephron. Musical Director: Calvin Hitchcock, Set Designer: Joel Sherry, Costume Designer: Ceanna Bryant, Lighting Designer: Steve OShea. The production will be directed by Janine Nina Trevens, TADA!s Founder and Producing Artistic Director and choreographed by Joanna Greer, TADA!s Associate Artistic Director and Resident Choreographer.February 15 at 7PM, Opening NightFebruary 17 at 12PM & 2PM Presidents DayFebruary 16, 22, 23, 29 & March 7, 8 at 2PM & 4PMFebruary 26 at 11PM & 1PM Special School Day PerformancesMarch 6 at 7PM

A Chinatown Odyssey – Pearl River Mart Gallery
Through March 08, 2020 – New York

Through striking illustrations, graphic novel artist Jerry Ma retells the classic Chinese tale of the Monkey King in a modern, urban setting, and takes us on a journey through the Chinatown of his childhood.Join us for the opening reception Jan 18, from 5 to 7pm with delicious Taiwanese bites served by Ho Foods.JERRY MA is a New York-based Taiwanese American graphic artist. Hes the founder of independent comics studio, EPIC PROPORTIONS; the creator of popular graphic T-shirts featuring such Asian American luminaries as Constance Wu, Sandra Oh, and Jeremy Lin (seen sporting Jerrys Constance Wu We Can Do It shirt); and a co-founder of the groundbreaking graphic novel series, SECRET IDENTITIES. Currently at work on his creator-owned graphic novel LEGEND, he also freelances around the world as a graphic designer and illustrator.

Love Me Hug Me Pop Up – Love Me Hug Me
Through March 10, 2020 – New York

Love Me Hug Me is proud to announce a new pop up exhibition, with interactive capabilities, for participants to experience a touching immersive love story. It tells the story of the reoccurrence of a couple whose love memory is gradually stolen by Alzheimers disease. The event will debut in New York City on December 1st at 139 Wooster St, New York, NY 10012. With the aim of appealing to society to cherish the present and seize the memorial moment, Love Me Hug Me emphasizes the significance of Alzheimers disease to the young generation and reminds them to treasure the time that they stay with their loved ones.Love Me Hug Me features 7 rooms and has over 2,500 square feet space. Through the entire exhibition, the participants will begin their journey sitting in Memory Theater to watch a short love film of Modesto and Lolis (the male and female character of the exhibit). They will then depart for Memento Terminal, play in the Twisted Playground, travel through Pink Station or immersed in Secret Galaxy, and find peace in Fading Zone and finally stop at Love Crossroad. Hours of Operation:Sunday-Thursday: 11 am – 7 pmFriday- Saturday: 11 am – 8 pm

Comedy Carnival – Lucky Jacks
Through March 10, 2020 – New York

Comedy Carnival is a carnival-themed comedy show with some of NYC's top up-and-coming stand up comics.Join us every Tuesday night at Lucky Jack's on the Lower East Side.Hosted by Maura Sateriale and Rebecca Kaplan.Visit our Facebook to see this week's lineup: https://www.facebook.com/comedycarnivalNYC/

Amsterdam Whitney Gallery February 2020 Exhibition – Amsterdam Whitney Gallery
Through March 11, 2020 – New York

AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 531 West 25th Street- Ground Floor-Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase its FEBRUARY 8- MARCH 11, 2020 Valentine Exhibition starring leading Contemporary Master Artists whose works explore the abstract, figurative and natural worlds. This sweetheart of an exhibition contains a wealth of visual delights reflecting sublime artistic prowess. The exhibition is highlighted by its 18th Annual "VALENTINE'S" SOIREE on Saturday, FEBRUARY 15, 2020, which embraces unsurpassed contemporary master artworks, radiateing supreme artist energy as it seductively romances our visual senses. Delivering a visual commentary on the art world of today and pulsating with mesmerizing synergy and luminescent artistic creativity, these Valentine treasures are infused with a romantic mystique and become landmark visual gems as they boldly re-imagine the contemporary quotidian. Sophisticated, eclectic and evanescent, this visual diary of art represents the universality of the world as they shine the spotlight on a global artistic language and present various perspectives. Emotional engagement pairs up with acute observation and intelligent analysis to form compelling, thou… (read more)

Carter Burden Gallery Announces New Exhibitions by Re-Emerging NYC Artists – Carter Burden Gallery
Through March 11, 2020 – New York

Carter Burden Gallery presents three new exhibitions: Metamorphosis in the East Gallery featuring Claire Boren, Pauline Chernichaw, & Carlos N. Molina, Visions and Voices in the West gallery featuring nextactART, and On the Wall featuring Adrianne Lobel. The reception will be held February 13, 2020 from 6 – 8 p.m. The exhibition runs from February 13 thru March 11, 2020 at 548 West 28th Street in New York City. The gallery hours are Tuesday – Friday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.In Metamorphosis, Claire Boren presents recent large, abstract mixed media works. The inspiration for Borens works often stem from her personal history; they represent her feelings and mindset as she processes each experience. Boren states, In contrast to much of my earlier work, these paintings express the urgency and anxiety associated with such decisions, offset by the immediacy of our present time. These works embody my current frame of minda transition from one phase to the next.Claire Boren began working with abstraction in 1995 after many years of creating realistic and figurative work. Making the shift to abstract work in mixed media allowed her to translate her interior wo… (read more)

"A Most Violent Year" – Tambaran 2 Gallery
Through March 12, 2020 – New York, New York

Alone, dead winter, and again, Im awake with the ravens. I havent really slept since the end of November. On a Fulbright grant in Kyiv, the city of my birth. From a country that no longer exists. In a new country I no longer know, I must spend the remainder of the cold months in Ukraine.The extended metaphor: journey is uphill and the perils too real. War, martial law, global market economies, all of our lives in the balance, and always, the missing. The missing and the art are the only constants.My studio looks like a room prepped for an execution. Plastic wall to ceiling, and Im painting about myself, about vulnerability, about love, about longing. Im painting about politics, about turmoil, about misunderstanding. Im painting about systemic violence, and the present so informed by nostalgia.The winter lasts right up until the summer. I have completed some projects and broken new ground. I have suffered but ate well. I, mostly intact, brought back this testament of my time and labor for your consideration.- Misha Tyutyunik

Me & Mr. Jones: My Intimate Relationship With David Bowie – Pangea
Through March 14, 2020 – New York

WHO: RAQUEL CION, described by the New York Times as "half witch… half cabaret performer" and by TONY as an "alt cabaret siren." Director Cynthia Cahill, Musical Director Karl Saint Lucy. WHAT: Me & Mr. Jones: My Intimate Relationship With David Bowie, a 90-minute cabaret exploring Raquel Cion's soul love for David Bowie's artistry and David Jones' humanity, through personal stories and musical performance, is back at Pangea for a 3-month residency. WHEN:Thursday, January 16Friday, January 17Friday, February 21Saturday, February 22Friday, March 13Saturday, March 14

Keeping Hope Alive: 10 Years of Care in Haiti – Tzu Chi Center
Through March 15, 2020 – NY

Join us as we commemorate the 10 years of Tzu Chi USAs commitment to Haiti since the 2010 earthquake through our brand new photo exhibition,Keeping Hope Alive: 10 Years of Care in Haiti.The Exhibit will be on view until March 15, 2020, during the Tzu Chi Center Operational hours every day 11 am- 4 pm. Hourly tours are available.LocationTzu Chi Center229 E 60th StreetNew York, NY 10022

WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines – ROYAL FAMILY
Through March 16, 2020 – New York,

After a sold-out run in 2018, Royal Family will bring back WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines by popular demand for only 12 Performances Led once again by Kathleen Chalfant, this star-studded, rotating cast of women explores the state of the United States. Our cast includes Gina Naomi Baez, Andra Burns, Maddie Corman, Julie Halston, Steffanie Leigh, Cynthia Mace, Gargi Mukherjee, Alysia Reiner, Laila Robins, Constance Shulman, Lianah Sta. Ana and Ashley Williams with more to be announced shortly!Tickets are $30; $100; $250 and can be purchased by clicking royalfamilyproductions.org

WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines – ROYAL FAMILY
Through March 16, 2020 – New York,

After a sold-out run in 2018, Royal Family will bring back WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines by popular demand for only 12 Performances Led once again by Kathleen Chalfant, this star-studded, rotating cast of women explores the state of the United States. Our cast includes Gina Naomi Baez, Andra Burns, Maddie Corman, Julie Halston, Steffanie Leigh, Cynthia Mace, Gargi Mukherjee, Alysia Reiner, Laila Robins, Constance Shulman, Lianah Sta. Ana and Ashley Williams with more to be announced shortly!

Homebody: New Prints 2020/Winter – International Print Center New York (IPCNY)
Through March 21, 2020 – New York City

INTERNATIONAL PRINT CENTER NEW YORK (IPCNY) is pleased to present Homebody: New Prints 2020/Winter, an exhibition featuring 31 artists from Australia, Canada, Portugal, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and the United States whose work explores relationships between personal and domestic structures. IPCNYs New Prints Program is a biannual, juried open call for prints and print-based work that captures current voices and issues in contemporary printmaking.Throughout the jurying process, Ariana Barat, Gregory Burnet, Orit Mardkha-Tenzer, and Keris Salmon were collectively drawn to works that played with themes of domesticity and place. Burnet noted his affinity for things we see all the time but maybe become too used to, including landscapes, domestic interiors, furniture, utensils, and even pets.

Above / Below Opening with Joan Iaconetti and Joshua Benson – The Gallery at W83
Through March 23, 2020 – New York

Above / Below Gallery Opening. Above / Below features Joan Iaconettis watercolors of New Yorks subway system paired with Joshua Bensons images of the citys rooftops and skylines. Opening wine reception Thursday, January 23, from 7:00 – 9:00 pm, and on display at the Gallery at W83 (150 West 83rd Street) until March 23.

Winter 2020at the South Street Seaport Museum – South Street Seaport Museum
Through March 31, 2020 – New York

South Street Seaport Museum announces the upcoming February and March schedule of events and exhibitions. The Museum, located at 12 Fulton Street, NYC, is open Wednesdays-Sundays in February and March from 11am-5pm. General admission is $20 ($14 for seniors and students, children ages 8 and below are free). Tickets are available at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/cal/34598/1577854800000. Museum memberships are also available at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/store/34598/packages.Step inside 12 Fulton Street at Schermerhorn Row to begin a seaport adventure, followed by a visit to the Street of Ships on Pier 16. Museum admission includes on-going exhibitionsMillions: Migrants and Millionaires abroad the Great Liners, 1900-1914andStreet of Ships: The Port and Its Peopleas well as access to historic ships:shipWavertreeand lightshipAmbroseare available to tour as part of the admission experience.March Special EventsCelebrate Pi Day on Wavertree:Why is a porthole round? Explore the world of circles on tall ships through activities for all ages. The number pi, which is used in measuring circles, is approximately 3.14, so on March 14 (3.14) we celebrate Pi Day. Hands-o… (read more)

360 Reality Audio At Sony Square NYC – Sony Square NYC
Through March 31, 2020 – New York

Sony Square NYC invites you to immerse yourself in music from some of your favorite artists through 360 Reality Audio technology. Step inside Sony Square NYCs custom built 360 Reality Audio studio and listen to your favorite tracks like youve never heard them before. Immerse yourself in music from some of your favorite artists like Khalid, Camila Cabello, Travis Scott, O.A.R, Chloe x Halle and more.

Denied from New York – Improv Asylum NYC
Through April 02, 2020 – New York

Rejection is a part of every comedians life, but Giancarlo Mariutto and Sean Reidy turn that rejection into rejectionade with Denied from New York a sketch show about trying to find success in all walks of life. Each show they assemble a hilarious cast that features some of NYCs best comedians and musical acts alongside celebrity guests.Cassidy Routh (Full Frontal with Samantha Bee)Jo Firestone (The Tonight Show, Hulu's Shrill)Michael Torpey (TruTV's Paid Off, Orange is the New Black)Every 1st Thursday at 9pm

Exhibition, "Taking Shape: Abstraction from the Arab World, 1950s1980s" – Grey Art Gallery, NYU
Through April 04, 2020 – New York

Taking Shape: Abstraction from the Arab World, 1950s1980s explores the development of abstraction in the Arab world via paintings, sculpture, and works on paper dating from the 1950s through the 1980s. Examining how and why artists investigated the expressive capacities of line, color, and texture, Taking Shape highlights a number of abstract movements that developed in the Middle East, North Africa, and West Asia, as well as the Arab diaspora. Across these regions, individual artists and artist collectives grappled with issues of authenticity, national and regional identity, and the decolonization of culture. Drawn from the collection of the Barjeel Art Foundation based in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, the exhibition features nearly 90 works by a diverse group of artists such as Etel Adnan, Shakir Hassan Al Said, Kamal Boullata, Huguette Caland, Ahmed Cherkaoui, Saloua Raouda Choucair, Rachid Korachi, Mohamed Melehi, and Hassan Sharif, among others. On view are works produced by artists from countries including Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Qatar, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and United Arab Emirates. Curated and organized by Suheyla Takesh, Curat… (read more)

A Sign of the Times – Theater 511
Through April 04, 2020 – New York

A Sign of the Times is an epic theatrical exploration of life, loss, hope and time. At a personal and professional crossroads, a man becomes a Stop/Slow traffic controller outside a construction site in an effort to catch his breath and simplify his life. With his wit and vivid imagination, he invokes Shakespeare, Einstein and more visionaries on his emotional odyssey. Though he tries valiantly to distract himself from the pains in his present from his recent past, its through the saving grace of time that he reclaims his future. Join him for his entertaining and soulful investigation of lifes meaning in an uncertain world. Part joyous comedy, part thoughtful tragedy it is the entirety of life in 95 minutes. Monday and Tuesday at 7PM; NO SHOW on Wednesdays Thursday Friday at 8 PM; Saturday at 3 PM and 8 PM; Sunday at 3 PM

Shinique Smith 'Indelible Marks' – UBS Art Gallery
Through April 10, 2020 – New York

The UBS Art Collection presents Indelible Marks, an exhibition of new sculptures and paintings by the American artist Shinique Smith at the UBS Art Gallery in UBSs New York headquarters at 1285 Avenue of the Americas from January 27 April 10, 2020. For this exhibition, Smith unveils a selection from her newest body of two and three-dimensional works comprised of coded messages in cloth and calligraphy. Smith, who is represented in the UBS Art Collection, has employed recycled clothing, fabrics and objects to construct sculptures, paintings and site-specific installations. Inspired by the vast nature of the things that we create, consume and discard, her works resonate on personal and social scales, operating at the convergence of consumption, displacement and sanctuary. On view alongside Smiths paintings and sculptures are artworks by other artists in the Collection, which Smith selected, including Brice Marden, Cecily Brown, Cy Twombly, Julie Mehretu and Helen Frankenthaler, that relate to the theme of line and gesture.The UBS Art Gallery opened in 2019 and celebrated its inaugural season of exhibitions with A History and a Moment: Works from the UBS Art Collection and … (read more)

Ballerina: Fashions Modern Muse – Museum at FIT
Through April 18, 2020 – New York

The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (MFIT) presents Ballerina: Fashions Modern Muse, the first large-scale exhibition to illustrate the profound and enduring influences of classical ballet and its most celebrated practitionersballerinason modern high fashion.Although ballet is a centuries-old art form that consistently reflected and absorbed prevailing fashions, it was not until the interwar years of the twentieth century that this dance form took its place in the Western pantheon of modern high culture and began to influence many areas of creativity, including fashion. At the same time, the ballerina, the art forms most celebrated practitioner, blossomed into a revered figure of beauty and glamour, and her signature costumethe corseted tutuinspired many of fashions leading designers for the first time.Organized by Patricia Mears, deputy director of MFIT, Ballerina: Fashions Modern Muse presents objects that reflect this phenomenonfrom tutu-inspired haute couture gowns to American ready-to-wear designs based on leotards and other ballet practice clothingall interspersed with a dazzling selection of costumes. Dating mainly from the 1930s to the early … (read more)

Sloomoo Institute – Sloomoo Institute
Through April 18, 2020 – New York

A sensory playground centered around slime, Sloomoo Institute is an artistic universe made to intrigue, delight, and evoke your inner child. Slime encourages wonder and joy, regardless of age. More than a childhood memory or satisfying social media trend, slime has been known to be a source of stress relief and it lets you unleash your imagination. Sloomoo Institute is a limited engagement. We are only open in New York Citys SoHo for nearly six months and then we will pack up and bring our recipe for happiness to another city.So wear comfortable shoes, clothes you dont mind getting messy (tip: wear pants and shirts with sleeves you can easily roll up) and get your ticket to indulge!

Sloomoo Institute – Sloomoo Institute
Through April 18, 2020 – New York

A sensory playground centered around slime, Sloomoo Institute is an artistic universe made to intrigue, delight, and evoke your inner child. Slime encourages wonder and joy, regardless of age. More than a childhood memory or satisfying social media trend, slime has been known to be a source of stress relief and it lets you unleash your imagination. Sloomoo Institute is a limited engagement. We are only open in New York Citys SoHo for nearly six months and then we will pack up and bring our recipe for happiness to another city.So wear comfortable shoes, clothes you dont mind getting messy (tip: wear pants and shirts with sleeves you can easily roll up) and get your ticket to indulge!

High Tea at Elsie Rooftop – Elsie Rooftop
Through April 25, 2020 – New york

Enjoy High Tea in high places at Elsie Rooftop. Every Saturday from 2:00pm – 5:00pm with a special High Tea menu. Featuring tiered sandwich and dessert platters along with specialty boozy hot cocktails.

NOTHING HERE IS REAL – Oxbow Tavern
Through April 26, 2020 – New York

After a nearly sold-out run in 2019, magician and mentalist Gary Ferrar returns to The Oxbow Tavern on the Upper West Side, with his unique and intimate magic show, NOTHING HERE IS REAL. NOTHING HERE IS REAL is a mesmerizing parlor show that takes place in a secret room below Tom Valenti's Oxbow Tavern. Part speakeasy, part nostalgic cocktail lounge lined with velvet curtains, plush couches and an old fashion bar, the space is transformed into a place of endless possibilities. With a mixture of humor, charm, and unexplainable magic, what takes place over a thoroughly entertaining 90 minutes is a one-of-a-kind experience that cannot exist elsewhere. Be prepared to be mystified by Ferrar and leave wondering how he did it and if any of it was real.All tickets include two complimentary beverages (beer, wine, cocktails, soda). Running time: 90 minutes.Recommended for adults and children 10 and up.Upcoming Performance Dates:Sunday, February 23 @ 7 pmSunday, March 29 @ 7 pmSunday, April 26 @ 7 pm

Frankenstein (musical) – St. Luke's theatre
Through April 28, 2020 – New York

Frankenstein, is a new musical, with book, music and lyrics by Eric B. Sirota based on Mary Shelley's novel, and directed by Clint Hromsco. It is a two-act sweeping, romantic musical about the human need for love and companionship. It has been running Off-Broadway at St. Luke's Theatre for over 2 years!Published in 1818, Mary Shelleys Frankenstein has celebrated its bicentennial year, and this musical honors its source material. Having lost his mother at a young age, Victor Frankenstein seeks to end human mortality and arrogantly enters territory beyond his control. While he enjoys unconditional love from Elizabeth, Victor grants none to his creation. Frankenstein has been extended into 2019 and continues to play Mondays at 7 PM, Off-Broadway at St. Lukes Theatre in the heart of the theatre district. It is an open run, and tickets through Jan 28, 2020 are on sale now. (There is no performance on Christmas Eve or New Year's Eve, Monday Dec. 31.)

Happy Hour at TGA NYC – TGA NYC
Through April 29, 2020 – New York

TGA NYC, an upscale restaurant and sports bar featuring a retractable roof, serves happy hour every Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the bar. Guests may enjoy $9 appetizers alongside drink specials. The menu, subject to change, includes: Appetizers Veggies & Hummus Pita, celery and carrots Spinach Artichoke Dip Served with fresh tortillas Crispy Bacon Ranch Bites Fried chix popcorn, bacon pieces, topped with a drizzle of Ranch and fresh chives TGA Soft Pretzel Spicy brown mustard and beer cheese fondue Mommas Meatballs Topped with grated Parmesan, served with Italian bread Mozzarella Sticks Marinara sauce Chicken Wings Three Cheese Sliders Drinks $6 Well Drinks $5 Beer (Excluding Lord Hobo) $7 House Wines Pinot Grigio / Sauvignon Blanc / Prosecco / Riesling / Merlot / Pinot Noir / Malbec / Toscana

Baruch Performing Arts Center at Baruch College Announces 2019/2020 Season – Baruch Performing Arts Center
Through May 02, 2020 – New York

Baruch Performing Arts Center at Baruch CollegeAnnounces 2019/2020 SeasonBaruch Performing Arts Center at Baruch College announces its 2019-20 Season of music, theatre, dance, opera and more, a season spanning genres and cultural influences, rich in imagination and ideas.Season Highlights:World Premieres by choreographersAbdul LatifandAmanda Selwyn,A collaboration by jazz greatsVijay Iyer(pianist) andWadada Leo Smith(trumpeter),The World Premiere ofBarbara Hammond's playTerra Firma,directed byShana Cooper(TFANA) withAndrus Nichols,The World Premiere ofBlood Moon,an opera-theatre work byGarrett Fisher(composer) andEllen McLaughlin(librettist) andRachel Dickstein(director), co-presented withPROTOTYPEand theJapan Society.2019/2020 Season:Terra Firma*World Premiere*September 27 – November 10, 2019Co-presented with The COOPIn a not-so-distant Beckettian future, years after The Big War, a tiny kingdom wrestles with the problems of running a nation, sparring with the concepts of what makes a citizen, a country and a civilization. The play is inspired by real life events: In the 1960's a retired army major in the United Kingdom cl… (read more)

Sylvia: A 19th Century Life Unveiled – Merchants House Museum
Through May 04, 2020 – New York

In 2002, a small, timeworn leather trunk was discarded for garbage on a sidewalk in Lower Manhattan; it was found replete with the cherished keepsakes of a 19th century New York City woman. Thus began visual artist Stacy Renee Morrisons self-proclaimed love affair with Sylvia DeWolf Ostrander, whose early life parallels that of Gertrude Tredwell, who lived at 29 East 4th Street.For almost two decades, Ms. Morrison has been on an obsessive quest to weave together Sylvias life in the 19th century through the personal belongings she left behind and to re-imagine it in todays world through art and fashion.This is the first time Sylvias trunk and its treasured contents will be exhibited in public. On display, an invitation to a ball honoring the Prince of Wales in 1860, letters from the Civil War, Sylvias journals, mourning jewelry made of human hair, paper dolls, and other ephemera. Photographs and screen-printed clothing illustrate Sylvias life in the present as the artists muse.Stacy Renee Morrison is a visual artist who often forgets what century it is. She finds herself haunted by women who lived their lives well before her own and creates visual biographies … (read more)

Ballet Connoisseurship Seminars for Adults – School of American Ballet
Through May 06, 2020 – New York

SAB's Ballet Connoisseurship is an educational offering for adults providing seasoned ballet goers, patrons, students, scholars, and newcomers alike with knowledge and perspectives that will enhance their appreciation of ballet. Each unit consists of three 90-minute courses and will feature one course which illuminates SAB's unique methods and the Balanchine aesthetic through live in-studio student demonstrations.Ballet Connoisseurship was launched in January 2019 as part of our new "SAB Open" division. The first three units ran January through April 2019, exploring history, technique, and choreographic masters.The next six units will run September 2019 through May 2020, both covering new territory and taking deeper looks into last winter's course matter.

Museum of Modern Art Presents Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures – Museum of Modern Art
Through May 09, 2020 – New York

Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures, the first major solo exhibition of the photographers incisive work in over 50 years at the Museum of Modern Art (located at 11 West 53 Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues), opens to the public on Sunday, February 9. On view through May 9, 2020, Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures includes approximately 100 photographs drawn entirely from the Museums collection, paired with archival materials such as correspondence, historical publications, and oral histories. Organized by Sarah Meister, Words & Pictures will provide a deeper understanding of how Lange used her photography and words to urge photographers to reconnect with the world around them.Toward the end of her life, Dorothea Lange (18951965) remarked, All photographsnot only those that are so-called documentary, and every photograph really is documentary and belongs in some place, has a place in historycan be fortified by words. Organized loosely chronologically and spanning her career, the exhibition groups iconic works together with lesser known photographs and traces their varied relationships to words. The exhibition will also include contemporary voices, to examine the ways in… (read more)

TADA! Youth Theater Announces Winter Semester Classes Open for Registration – TADA! Youth Theater
Through May 09, 2020 – New York

Winter Classes 12 session musical theater weekly classes begin January 27, 2020 through May 9, 2020.All TADA! classes and camps are focused on original work and are team-taught by two professional Teaching Artists with extensive experience in musical theater and arts education. Ensemble methods are taught to encourage active listening, empathy and working with others. All students focus on daily musical theater training, expressing themselves through storytelling and developing characters within their show. Winter session classes culminate in a quality performance where students perform their very own mini-musical for a live audience.

Craftsmanship and the Creation of Babylon's Ishtar Gate – ISAW
Through May 24, 2020 – New York

In fall 2019, ISAW will present A Wonder to Behold, an exhibition exploring ancient ideas about craftsmanship and the power of clay, glass, and stone through the display of the surviving fragments of Babylon's iconic Ishtar Gate and Processional Way.

Ballet Hispnico School of Dance Drop-In Classes – Ballet Hispnico
Through June 06, 2020 – New York

Ballet Hispanico announces 2020 Adult Drop-in Classes, available every week and open to all levels. Classes begin Monday, January 6, 2020 and include Ballet, Flamenco, Hip-Hop, Salsa, Tap, and Yoga. Must be 18 and up to register, children are NOT permitted to these classes. Students more than 10 minutes late will NOT be permitted to join class. See class descriptions for recommended attire. For more information and a detailed schedule please visit: https://www.ballethispanico.org/classes/drop-in?org=1573&lvl=100&ite=538&lea=7013&ctr=0&par=1&trk=a1Gf4000006vny3EAAQuestions?/Preguntas?E-mail school@ballethispanico.org *AARP members receive 20% off Drop-In Classes through 12/18/2019. Use discount code provided by AARP in Mindbody checkout.CLASS SCHEDULE Tap -Mondays 7:00-8:00pmBallet -Tuesdays 7:15-8:15pmSalsa -Wednesdays 7:30-8:30pmYoga -Thursdays 6:30-7:30pmFlamenco -Saturdays 4:30-5:30pmCLASS DESCRIPTIONSBalletDevelop a holistic understanding of the ballet curriculum and technical skills in a disciplined yet nurturing environment. The program emphasizes clarity of lines, execution and precision, dynamic movement, musicality, and artistic express… (read more)

Works & Process, the Performing Arts Series at the Guggenheim, Announces Spring 2020 Season – The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Through June 14, 2020 – New York

Works & Process, the Performing Arts Series at theGuggenheim, Announces Spring 2020 SeasonHighlightsOpening Night Cabaret with Anthony Roth CostanzoNew dance commissions by Ephrat Asherie and Omari WilesTheatrical first looks atCompany,West Side Story, andOcean FilibusterOpera sneak peek with Lincoln Center Theater'sIntimate Apparel, The Metropolitan Opera'sAgrippina, and Opera Theatre of Saint Louis'sAwakeningsDance previews featuring BalletX and Pennsylvania Ballet"An exceptional opportunity to understand something of the creative process."-The New York Times(NEW YORK, NY -November 25, 2019)-Works & Process at the Guggenheim is pleased to announce itsspring 2020season. Since 1984,the performing arts series has championed new works and offered audiences unprecedented access to leading creators. The intimate Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Peter B. Lewis Theater is the venue for these seventy-minute programsthatexplorethecreativeprocess through stimulating discussions and riveting performance highlights. One-of-a-kind productions created for the Guggenheim's rotunda offer a unique experience of the landmark museum. Additional information is availabl… (read more)

The Wizard of Oz: a Jazz Musical for All Ages – Harlem Rep/Tato Laviera Theatre
Through June 20, 2020 – New York

"The Wizard of Oz" is mounted for the stage with a multi-racial cast, a jazz underscore and authoritative dramaturgy by representatives of the Yip Harburg Lyrics Foundation. Director/choreographer is Keith Lee Grant, Founding Artistic and Producing Director of Harlem Rep. With its timeless score and eternal allegories, this musical is a magical experience for young (and young-at-heart) audiences. Based on MGMs classic motion picture, the stage version mounted here follows John Kane's adaptation for the Royal Shakespeare Company, which is based on the book by L. Frank Baum, with brilliant songs by lyricist E.Y. ("Yip") Harburg and composer Harold Arlen.Thanks to work of dramaturg Deena R. Harburg, President of the Yip Harburg Lyrics Foundation, in association with acclaimed librettist Arthur Perlman, New York audiences have a chance to see the show sharpened to more of the original vision of E.Y. "Yip" Harburg, who was an unashamedly progressive thinker. The cast is multi-racial and features Latino, Black and Asian actors, fulfilling Yip's vision of a multicultural universe. Dorothy, played by Taylor-Rey Rivera, is interpreted as a modern girl and future leader who is grow… (read more)

Third Dimension: Works from The Brant Foundation – The Brant Foundation
Through September 03, 2020 – New York

Third Dimension: Works from The Brant Foundation is the second exhibition at The Brant Foundations New York space, featuring over 20 artists integral to its collection. The selected sculptures, installations, and other works oscillating between painting and object represent the multifaceted practices of the artists on view, offering visitors the opportunity to encounter artists who have been collected in depth by Brant Foundation founder Peter M. Brant over the past 50 years. With a focus on sculpture and installation, The Brant Foundation pays tribute to the history of its East Village space, formerly the longtime studio of artist and sculptor Walter De Maria.

High Tea at Elsie Rooftop – Elsie Rooftop
Through October 19, 2020 – New york

Elsie de Wolfe created the first penthouse in the 20s. Also knownas Lady Mendl, Elsie was an American actress, interior decorator, and author of the influential novel The House in Good Taste,and a prominent figure in New York, Paris, and London society.HIGH TEA SERVICE @ ELSIE ROOFTOPStarting October 19th, Else Rooftop will run High Tea Service every Saturday from 2pm-5pm.

ThinkWhileYouDrink Trivia – Bar None
Through November 19, 2020 – New York

ThinkWhileYouDrink trivia events weekly at 6:30pm Thursdays at Bar None on 98 3rd Avenue in the East Village.Free to play! General knowledge game with picture, social, Name That Tune rounds… Topics include geography, history, science, pop culture, movies, TV, sports, and games. Prizes for winning teams. 1-6 players per team.Come check it out!ThinkWhileYouDrink.netFollow for hints and event info at Instagram and Facebook – ThinkWhileYouDrink

Kest Pizza Making Class – Kest Fulton
Through December 17, 2020 – New York, NY

Keste recreational pizza classes consist of 2 hours of pizza history, techniques, and the actual making and enjoying of your pizza. We also include one glass of our house wine or beer/soft drink. If you want to purchase unlimited wine and beer you can do so with an additional $35 per person. Also included in our recreational classes is a gift bag of Caputo flour, a can of our highly prized Ciao tomatoes and a recipe of our pizza so you can make at home. We host classes every Tuesday and Thursday of the week 7PM-9PM, depending on the availability left. The pricing depends on how many people you would like in your reservation. The class for 1-9 adults is priced at $80/person (not including taxes and tips). However, if you plan on having more than 10 people we do have a group discount of $60 (not including tax + gratuity) per person. It is to be noted that the maximum capacity for our classes is 40 people. Please note we require a 30% non-refundable down payment for us to reserve the spot for you. This does not include sales tax and gratuity. Please keep in mind the rate will change according to the above stated amount should the number of attendees drop from the initi… (read more)

Picasso's Le Tricorne – New-York Historical Society
Through December 31, 2020 – Upper West Side

Now on display at the New-York Historical Society is a newly acquired and conserved Picasso in the exhibition Picasso's "Le Tricorne." It is the first work by Picasso, and one with great wall power and a New York history, to enter New-York Historical's collection.Pablo Picasso painted the stage curtain for the two-act ballet The Three-Cornered Hat (El sombrero de tres picos or Le tricorne). The ballet and curtain were commissioned by the impresario Sergei Diaghilev for his avant-garde, Paris-based Ballets Russes, the most influential ballet company of the twentieth-century. The ballet was choreographed by Lonide Massine with music by the Spanish composer Manuel de Falla. It premiered on July 22, 1919, at the Alhambra Theatre in London with sets, costume designs, and the monumental stage curtain created by Picasso. Picasso biographer John Richardson once called "Le Tricorne" the artist's "supreme theatrical achievement." The production, which was conceived by Diaghilev and Massine during a trip to Spain, was enhanced by its many Spanish collaborators, including Picasso who also designed the costumes and set for the ballet.Measuring roughly 20 feet square, the curtain depict… (read more)

ThinkWhileYouDrink Trivia – Johnny Utah's
Through February 12, 2021 – New York

ThinkWhileYouDrink trivia events weekly at 6pm Mondays at Johnny Utah's on 98 51st street between 5th & 6th avenues in midtown Manhattan.Free to play! General knowledge game with picture, social, Name That Tune rounds… Topics include geography, history, science, pop culture, movies, TV, sports, and games. Prizes for winning teams. 1-6 players per team.Come check it out!ThinkWhileYouDrink.netFollow for hints and event info at Instagram and Facebook – ThinkWhileYouDrink

Harlem Jazz Singers Showcase – Gin Fizz
Through May 31, 2021 – Harlem

Gordon Polatnick, the founder of Big Apple Jazz, has created a weekly series that brings the most talented, captivating and engaging Harlem jazz singers together with their knock-out all-star quartet – each week a new featured singer and band. Local musicians and singers often stop by to be a part of the excitement, and our guests are guaranteed seating for both sets unlike many other venues. Plan your next great evening out with the Harlem Jazz Singers Showcase. See talent like Tina Fabrique, Lynette Washington, Melanie Charles, Boncellia Lewis, Brianna Thomas, Emily Braden, Seydurah Avecmoi, Irene Blackman, Gary Samuels, and many more.Gin Fizz is a supper club right next to Red Rooster Harlem and conveniently located steps away from the 2/3 Train's 125th Street stop on Lenox Ave. You will think you exited the subway and stepped into the kind of jazz age speakeasy which brought this neighborhood international fame during Prohibition and the Harlem Renaissance.Check our link to see who's coming up this week.

Blythe Doll – New York
Through November 29, 2021 – City Guide

BLYTHE DOLL CUSTOMIZATION PANELWhen the worlds of fashion enthusiasts and doll collectors collide, Blythe dolls are at the center. These wide-eyed darlings are beloved as a creative dress for fans who love to pose and style their dolls. But with so many fashion options, how does one get started making custom Blythes? Youll learn just how at our Blythe doll customization panel!Ever wonder how to sew your own Blythe doll clothes, resculpt her face, or style her hair? Our panel will take fans through the basics of coordination and customization. With the mini petite Blythe, middie Blythes or even the moveable Neo Blythe doll, you will learn how to make your doll special.From her humble beginnings in the 70s to her modern resurgence in the past few decades, Blythe is about bringing together the style-savvy. Almost every aspect of her can be customized. Her hands, ears, and faceplate can be swapped out to add attitude and personality. Her hair and eyes can be changed to a rainbow of colours and styles to fit any aesthetic. And, of course, there are as many options for her clothing as fans can dream of.With so many choices, a Blythe doll is a blank canvas for the fashio… (read more)

New York City Scavenger Hunt – Central Park
Through December 31, 2021 – Manhattan

Explore the sights, sounds, and places that make New York City amazing as we lead you on a New York City scavenger hunt adventure.This hunt guides you and your friends on an intrepid walking tour as you find the best things to do in New York City. Solve puzzles, uncover historical secrets, and capture wacky moments as you scavenge your way to the New York City hall of fame and scavenger hunt glory.Without giving it all away, here are some of the top spots along this hunt: Bethesda Fountain, Belvedere Castle, The Dakota.Compete against your friends or colleagues in the best large group activity New York City has to offer. Uncover your teams fearless leaders, trivia champions, and sharpshooting photographers as your company works together to conquer New York City. Teambuilders by ScavengerHunt.com are the most epic outdoor team building game in town and one your team will never forget.And does anyone else hear wedding bells? Let us guide you through your New York City bachelorette party adventure as you and your bride tribe take over the town, hitting all the hot spots in New York City and taking some great pictures along the way. Its the New York City bachelorette party idea that … (read more)

Magic show featuring Randy Masters – Broadway Comedy Club
Through May 04, 2091 – New York

Prepare yourself for an afternoon filled with mystery and inspiration during the Magic Show, one hour show at the legendary Broadway Comedy Club.Master magician will enchant the young at heart with a dazzling display of sleight of hand tricks for kids and mentalism for adults.It is an interactive experience for the young at heart.DOORS OPEN AT 12:30 P.M.SHOW RUNS FROM 1:00 P.M. TO 2:00 P.M.Please note there is two item food and beverage minimum requirement.

Magic show featuring Randy Masters – Broadway Comedy Club
Through May 04, 2091 – New York

Prepare yourself for an afternoon filled with mystery and inspiration during the Magic Show, one hour show at the legendary Broadway Comedy Club.Master magician will enchant the young at heart with a dazzling display of sleight of hand tricks for kids and mentalism for adults.It is an interactive experience for the young at heart.DOORS OPEN AT 12:30 P.M.SHOW RUNS FROM 1:00 P.M. TO 2:00 P.M.Please note there is two item food and beverage minimum requirement.

Want free advice on what to see and do in NYC? Join our Facebook group Everything to Do NYC, a place for people to ask questions and get tips on how to make the most of the city.




Il est plusieurs années seulement et avant l’avènement de Tinder, répondre un web site de rencontre était la norme. Aujourd’hui, beaucoup de célibataires cherchent l’amour et suggèrent être à même trouver un website de rencontre efficace, rapide, sécurisé et gratuit. Spoiler : ce site idéal n’existe pas ! Il faut démêler le vrai du faux. Si plateformes web de rencontre gratuits ont évidemment leur intérêt – ne pas payer, c’est précédemment un sacré avantage – elles ne sont généralement pas les plus efficaces. Dans certains cas, ces bienfait gratuits aux résultats soi-disant miraculeux comportent même quelques-uns risques. Voici quelques chiffres des escroqueries de la rencontre en ligne. Dans cet article, nous allons nous pencher sur risques auxquels vous devez prêter attention en utilisant un emplacement web de rencontre non payant gratis en prime sans bourse delier ! 1 – Les faux profils sur les sites de rencontre non payants gratis sans bourse delier en prime
Les faux profils sont le fléau des websites de rencontre gratuit. N’importe qui en quelques minutes créer un compte, gratuitement, et se fabriquer passer pour quelqu’un d’autre. Le cœur du problème ne vient pas en admettons des faux profils, cependant de ce que créateurs en font. Souvent, utilisateurs créent un faux profil pour enjoliver leur vie et augmenter leurs chances d’effectuer la rencontre idéale. La recette n’a onques été aussi simple : Une photographie d’un jeune homme ou d’une jeune demoiselle à la plastique parfaite Une vie de rêve soigneusement inventée Dans le premier des cas, vous perdrez juste beaucoup de temps à flirter avec cet inconnu imaginaire avant de vous rendre compte du subterfuge. Cela est un problème lorsque la drague sur la toile déboule sur une rencontre et que vous vous parcourez vers la personne derrière ce faux profil. Enfin, la dernière collection est de se former arnaquer, comme nous l’expliquerons dans deuxième point. 2 – Les arnaques à la rencontre virtuels
À quoi bon chercher un site de rencontre non payant gratis en prime dépourvu bourse delier si c’est pour finalement perdre beaucoup d’argent ? La grande majorité des escroqueries sur websites de rencontre gratuits est directement liée aux faux profils. Le nombre d’arnaques en ligne est impressionnant et vous avez la possibilité nous tromper : ça n’arrive pas qu’aux autres ! Deux manières sont bien connues et pas mal utilisées pendant les arnaqueurs pour vous extirper beaucoup d’argent : Les sentiments Un petit exemple ? après quelques jours ainsi qu’à plusieurs semaines à draguer en ligne, votre compagnon en devenir a un simple problème financier. Il veut venir vous redonner visite, mais il n’a pas reçu sa nouvelle carte bancaire et il ne peut pas payer le billet d’avion. Pas de souci, puisqu’il vous remboursera dès son arrivée à l’aéroport… sauf s’il ne vous écrit plus onques après le paiement et n’arrive ne à l’aéroport ! Aveuglé pendant l’amour, se méfie moins ainsi que arnaques les plus évidentes deviennent crédibles. La menace Encore plus redoutables que arnaques aux sentiments, avertissement sont couramment accompagnées de sommes à payer monumentales. La méthode n’a onques été aussi simple : l’arnaqueur se débrouille pour accéder à des données, images et pourquoi pas vidéos de vous que vous ne voudriez pas voir publier publiquement. Dans la grande majorité des cas, votre arnaqueur n’est toutefois aucun hacker expérimenté capable de subtiliser vos précieuses nude sommet à distance, par contre simplement un faux profil. Après vous avoir longuement dragué, votre collègue de rêve fera tout pour que vous lui envoyez la moindre portrait de vous dénudé, film sexcam et pourquoi pas tout autre entropie pas mal personnelle. L’arnaqueur n’a ensuite plus qu’à vous menacer de publier sur les réseaux sociaux (ou directement à vos proches) données ainsi récoltées. Evidemment, il vous suggérera une alternative : payer une coquette somme. 3 – Le découragement (et le manque de motivation) Sortons largement des scénarios perturbation pour aborder des problèmes moins importantes : le péril de découragement parmi exemple. De manière générale, les sites de rencontre non payants gratis sans bourse delier en prime sont moins efficaces que homologues payants, et ce pour plusieurs raisons : Tous les utilisateurs ne sont pas à la recherche du même type de relation Les fake profils peuvent livrer difficile la recherche de profils compatibles Beaucoup d’utilisateurs créent un compte et deviennent rapidement inactifs (c’est moins souvent le cas lorsqu’ils payent un abonnement) Pour trouver le et pourquoi pas la partenaire adéquate sur un site de rencontre gratuit, il faut généralement subir beaucoup de temps et fabriquer marque d’une motivation sans faille. Tout le monde n’a pas la patience de passer des heures tout jour à écumer profils proposés, et le découragement peut s’installer. 4 – Le manque d’aide et d’accompagnement pour trouver l’amour L’une des différences majeures entre site de dialogue gratuit et site de dialogue payant réside dans la bonne qualité du service client et de la modération. Une équipe de modérateurs compétente et dynamique est essentielle pour maintenir un écosystème sain sur un disposition web de rencontre. Un site de dialogue tel que Elite Rencontre vif d’un grand nombre d’employés duquel le rôle est de repérer faux profils et de éliminer. De plus, il est possible à tout moment de contacter le service d’assistance pour de multiples raisons : signaler un profil frauduleux, demander des conseils, transcrire un problème… Beaucoup d’utilisateurs négligent les solutions d’assistance dans recherche d’un localisation de rencontre. Pourtant, des employés compétents et réactifs garantissent le maintien d’un service de rencontre fiable et efficace. Voici 4 principaux risques qui devraient vous encourager à rester défiant sur les sites de rencontre gratuits.