Events Calendar

Sep29
Summer on the Hudson, Riverside Park Conservancy

Summer on the Hudson: Moving for Life

Summer on the Hudson, Riverside Park Conservancy

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Sep29
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Summer on the Hudson: Moving for Life

Summer on the Hudson, Riverside Park Conservancy

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Price

Free

When

6:30pm - 7:30pm

Summer on the Hudson, Riverside Park Conservancy

Join this gentle workout that begins with breathing exercises, then moves into active aerobic dancing that strengthens body awareness via Zoom

To join this week's class, register online. Once registered, you will receive attendance instructions 24 hours prior to the event. Registration closes 30 minutes prior to event start. 

Click here for a Zoom tutorial! 

Sep29
WE NYC

WE NYC Leadership Workshop

WE NYC

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Sep29
WE NYC

Learn from experts in leadership development and entrepreneurship. WE NYC invites you to a WE Master Leadership workshop on September 29th and 30th! WE Master Leadership is a free workshop designed to help women entrepreneurs gain the critical management skills needed to start, operate, and grow a successful business. You will have the opportunity to learn from experts in leadership development and entrepreneurship Course topics include developing a formal pitch, mastering negotiation techniques, honing collaborative leadership skills, and developing strategies to overcome common business challenges. More details to come in the coming days! If you have questions about this WE Master Leadership workshop or would like additional information about WE NYC, please e-mail wenyc@sbs.nyc.gov or visit we.nyc.

Sep29
New York City Ballet

Digital Performances for the Fall Season

New York City Ballet

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Sep29
New York City Ballet

New York City Ballet will stream four weeks of Repertory performances - Tuesdays at 8:00pm beginning 9/29/20. All programs will stream for seven days. Repertory will feature both full ballets and excerpts, and include additional works by George Balanchine, as well as ballets by NYCB Co-Founding Choreographer Jerome Robbins, Resident Choreographer and Artistic Advisor Justin Peck, and choreographers Ulysses Dove, Lynne Taylor-Corbett, Alexei Ratmansky, and Christopher Wheeldon. 

All digital performances will be streamed free of charge on FacebookYouTube and NYCB's homepage.

Click here for the season schedule!

Sep29
SummerStage Anywhere

Nailah Blackman / Nadia Batson / Patrice Roberts

SummerStage Anywhere

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Sep29
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Nailah Blackman / Nadia Batson / Patrice Roberts

SummerStage Anywhere

Online

Price

Free

When

5:00pm - 6:30pm

SummerStage Anywhere

Tune in on: Amazon Music Twitch (@amazonmusic) – click here
 

Patrice Roberts is a Trinidadian soca singer. She came to national attention in 2005 with the huge hit collaboration “The Islands” with Bunji Garlin. One of her greatest achievements was being named the youngest female Road March winner for her collaboration with Machel Montano titled “Band Of The Year.”

Nadia Batson is a Trinidadian singer, songwriter, producer and model. She was a runner-up in the Power Category at the 2007 International Soca Monarch with her song “My Land” with Kees Dieffenthaller.

Nailah Blackman is a Trinidadian singer and songwriter most strongly associated with the soca genre. Nailah Blackman’s grandfather, the late Garfield Blackman, also known as Lord Shorty or Ras Shorty I, invented the style of music known as Jamoo and is also credited with inventing soca as a means of reinvigorating calypso music.

Sep29
Lincoln Center / New York Film Festival

Free Talk: Valeria Sarmiento/Galut Alarcón & ...

Lincoln Center / New York Film Festival

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Sep29
Lincoln Center / New York Film Festival

This talk will take place on Tuesday, September 29 at 2:00pm ET. Free registration is required here.

NYFF58 Spotlight selection Hopper/Welles and Currents selection The Tango of the Widower and Its Distorting Mirror share a spectral connection: they’re both dispatches from beyond the graves of legendary auteurs, respectively, Orson Welles and Raúl Ruiz. In this detailed discussion, the resurrectors of both films—director Filip Jan Rymsza and editor Bob Murawski in the case of Hopper/Welles; filmmaker (and Ruiz’s widow) Valeria Sarmiento and editor Galut Alarcón in the case of The Tango of the Widower—will chat about the unique artistic and logistical process of fashioning a completed film out of the fragments left behind by an iconic filmmaker. Moderated by Dan Sullivan.

Sep29
New York City Department of Parks & Recreation

Virtual Zumba Class

New York City Department of Parks & Recreation

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Sep29
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Virtual Zumba Class

New York City Department of Parks & Recreation

Online

Price

Free

When

6:00pm – 7:00pm

New York City Department of Parks & Recreation

Join Hunters Point Parks Conservancy and Sophie Walters Fitness for virtual Zumba! This class is FREE and meant for all skill levels and backgrounds. Preregistration is required. Register for September 29 Register for October 27 The class will be hosted through Zoom and the link will be sent out to all registered participants one hour in advance of the program. Please reach out to info@hunterspointparks.org with any questions or concerns. This event repeats on the last Tuesday of every month between 9/29/2020 and 10/27/2020.

Sep30
92Y@Home

Geraldo Cadava: Hamilton’s America / Online Class

92Y@Home

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Sep30
92Y@Home

Before there was an award-sweeping, record-smashing Broadway mega-hit, there was a book. Before there was a book, there was the history. And before the history, there was the man.

Why did Alexander Hamilton's story  captured in Ron Chernow’s biography — captivate Lin-Manuel Miranda? Why has his story captivated the millions who made the show the hottest ticket on Broadway ... ever? How did hip hop make history irresistible? What about Hamilton's America is relevant to our America right now? Or is there little that isn't?
 
Northwestern University associate professor of American and Latin American history Geraldo Cadava is a passionate scholar of both Hamilton's story and the musical it sparked. Join him for this unique five-session class mashing history into pop culture and back again.

Sep30
Chamber Music Society Lincoln Center

Inside Chamber Music Plus

Chamber Music Society Lincoln Center

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Sep30
Education

Inside Chamber Music Plus

Chamber Music Society Lincoln Center

Online

Price

Free

When

7:30pm

Chamber Music Society Lincoln Center

Join distinguished composer and radio personality, Bruce Adolphe, as he explores beloved works of the chamber music repertoire. Each episode includes a special new introduction from Bruce Adolphe about the music being discussed, full lectures and performances from the CMS archives, and the new addition of a digital Q & A.

Episodes will be released Wednesdays at 7:30pm EST on the CMS website and will be available to view on demand for one week.

Sep30
WE NYC

WE NYC Leadership Workshop

WE NYC

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Sep30
WE NYC

Learn from experts in leadership development and entrepreneurship. WE NYC invites you to a WE Master Leadership workshop on September 29th and 30th! WE Master Leadership is a free workshop designed to help women entrepreneurs gain the critical management skills needed to start, operate, and grow a successful business. You will have the opportunity to learn from experts in leadership development and entrepreneurship Course topics include developing a formal pitch, mastering negotiation techniques, honing collaborative leadership skills, and developing strategies to overcome common business challenges. More details to come in the coming days! If you have questions about this WE Master Leadership workshop or would like additional information about WE NYC, please e-mail wenyc@sbs.nyc.gov or visit we.nyc.

Sep30
NYC Department of Parks & Recreation

Shape Up NYC: Virtual Fitness Class Series

NYC Department of Parks & Recreation

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Sep30
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Shape Up NYC: Virtual Fitness Class Series

NYC Department of Parks & Recreation

Online

Price

Free

When

6:30pm – 7:30pm

NYC Department of Parks & Recreation

Shape Up NYC's VIRTUAL class experience is here!

Work out with us from the comfort of your home! Every Wednesday, Shape Up NYC instructors will bring you a different virtual fitness class. While we have been slowly rolling out Outdoor classes around the city, we recognize some locations may not be accessible or people may not be ready to workout with other people yet.

Sign up online!*

We're hoping to add more virtual opportunities as we close the outdoor series and prepare for colder weather.

Class Schedule / Instructors:

  • September 16 - PowerFit - Full Body Blast with Rachel Prozeller
  • September 23 - Yoga for All with Anita Haravon 
  • September 30 - Lift & Movement with Natalie Barrington
  • October 7 -  Bodyweight & Balance Bootcamp with Matthew Schoenstein

Schedule:

  • 6:15 p.m. - Check-In and Welcome
  • 6:30 p.m. - Class Start

Equipment Needed:

  • Laptop or Phone to stream event
  • Adequate space to dance or exercise
  • Exercise Mat or Towel
  • Water

*After registering, you will receive the link by 5:00 pm on the day of the class via email.

Location

 
Virtual/Online Workshop
 
Location Details:
Class links will be sent by 5:00 p.m. the day of the class!

Sep30
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

David Vaughan's The Dance Historian is In: Hiie ...

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

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Sep30
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David Vaughan's The Dance Historian is In: Hiie Saumaa

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Online

Price

Free - Online Reservation required

When

1:00pm - 2:00pm

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

David Vaughan was the archivist of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company and author of Merce Cunningham/65 Years and Frederick Ashton and His Ballets. From 2012- 2017, Mr. Vaughan held monthly screenings of his favorite dance films and videos from our collection. David passed away in October 2017, and the Jerome Robbins Dance Division will continue screenings in his honor with guest hosts.

The next David Vaughan's The Dance Historian is In guest host will be Hiie Saumaa. Hiie is a writer, dancer scholar, and a movement educator. Her work explores interconnections between dance, movement imagination, and creativity. She is currently working on a project on the unpublished writings of the choreographer Jerome Robbins. Hiie  will speak and present video from the Dance Division's collection of Jerome Robbins moving image materials.  

Free online reservations available. This event is virtual, you will receive a Zoom link closer to the event date.

Reserve your free ticket HERE starting September 2.

Sep30
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska | A ...

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

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Sep30
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Watch a conversation with composer John Luther Adams, author of Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska, and longtime host of Soundcheck on WNYC radio, John Schaefer, discussing Adams's  memoir of his life as a composer in the Alaskan wilderness and his meditation on making art in a landscape acutely threatened by climate change. 

Click HERE to Register https://www.eventbrite.com/e/117719914433