Events Calendar

Apr13
Jazz at Lincoln Center

WeBop Spring Schedule

Jazz at Lincoln Center

For Kids
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Apr13
For Kids

WeBop Spring Schedule

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Online

Price

$260.00

When

Check Website for Schedules

Jazz at Lincoln Center

WeBop is Jazz at Lincoln Center’s award-winning, early-childhood jazz education program for little ones from ages eight months to seven years and their parents/caregivers. We strongly believe in children’s natural ability to improvise and we are committed to exploring their creativity through fun interactive classes!

Virtual Interactive WeBop Classes Offer:

  • 45-minute live interactive classes delivered weekly, Apr 6 - May 29
  • A curriculum that combines early-childhood development practices and jazz pedagogy to provide musically authentic experiences. 
  • Weekly classes led by a WeBop teacher, supported by an accompanist on the piano. Additional guest jazz musicians visit twice per term. 
  • Swingin' renditions of your favorite nursery songs.
  • Intimate class sizes limited to 10 families per session, allowing for direct interaction with your instructor and building a sense of community with fellow families. 
  • Live and recorded music integrated into each class.
  • Specific music curriculum and engaging activities designed for each age group.
  • An opportunity for children and grownups to bond and express themselves together through movement, singing, clapping, and playing small percussion instruments.
  • Take-home materials delivered each week, reinforcing key concepts learned in your session and ways to continue the learning at home, as well as a “swing set” including audio and/or video of music played in class.

Apr13
Landmark West

The Belnord, Beresford and Barney G: West Side ...

Landmark West

Community
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Apr13
Community

The Belnord, Beresford and Barney G: West Side Stories

Landmark West

45 West 67th Street
New York, NY 10023

Online via Zoom

Phone: (212) 496-8110

Price

$5

When

6:00pm - 7:00pm

Landmark West

Journalist, editor, publisher and now memoirist Peter Osnos is joined by journalists Walter Shapiro and Meryl Gordon for a fascinating discussion on the Upper West Side of the 1950s and 1960s. The Osnos family, fleeing the Nazis, settled first in The Belnord and then the Beresford. Peter Osnos revisits the UWS of his youth–a place of immigrants, artists and academics, a vibrant world where a kid growing up in The Belnord might see Lee Strasberg or Zero Mostel at the elevator. And an even luckier kid, Osnos recalls, might even catch a glimpse of Marilyn Monroe…

Apr14
American Folk Art Museum

Exhibition: PHOTO | BRUT: Collection Bruno ...

American Folk Art Museum

Culture
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Apr14
Culture

Exhibition: PHOTO | BRUT: Collection Bruno Decharme & Compagnie

American Folk Art Museum

2 Lincoln Square
New York NY 10023

Price

Free

When

11:30am - 6:00pm

American Folk Art Museum

The exhibition PHOTO|BRUT is a continuation of the American Folk Art Museum’s commitment to champion the works of academically untrained artists—this time with a focus on the ever-changing field of photography, the frontiers and accessibility of which expanded proportionally with the invention of portable and affordable cameras.

PHOTO|BRUT provides the first international glimpse into this fecund territory, which has received little attention until recent years. This exhibition welcomes the substantial art brut photography collection of French filmmaker Bruno Decharme, which has already expanded and diversified since its presentation at the Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles in 2019. The current selection speaks to Decharme’s subjective collecting activity that brought him—without the parameters of a historical framework—from one discovery to another. The exhibition is complemented by the museum’s holdings, as well as by artworks treasured by American collectors and public organizations.

The exhibition unites more than four hundred early and recent works by forty artists—some recently unveiled, discovered postmortem, or on occasion brought into dialogue with contemporary art, as works by Marcel Bascoulard and Lee Godie have been. This selection, typical of the heterogeneous typology of photography, encompasses a wide spectrum of creations: Aside from traditional photographs, it also gathers collages made from printed materials, artworks that relied on the photographic process, and photographs that were never developed, such as slides and digital images.

To expose relationships between these various, inimitable artistic postures, PHOTO|BRUT is organized in four loose yet interconnected sections, probing themes of gender expansiveness, intimacy, image appropriation, and conjuring practices that seek connections to the imperceptible. These profound bodies of work are often process-based, subversive, and pluridisciplinary. As art historian Michel Thévoz observes, these creators “use the camera to play against type, by making their daily life an unreality or making their chimeras hyperreal. They use photography in spite of or beyond its presumptive objectivity, to imbue fantasy with the stamp of realism or, inversely, to sublimate an ordinary subject.”

Curators: Valérie Rousseau, PhD, Senior Curator, and Bruno Decharme in collaboration with Barbara Safarova, Sam Stourdzé, and Paula Aisemberg.

This exhibition is co-produced by the American Folk Art Museum, abcd, and the Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles. We would like to thank the lenders for their precious collaboration: Barry Sloane Collection, Edward V. Blanchard Jr., Eileen and Michael Cohen, Bruno Decharme, Antoine de Galbert, John and Teenuh Foster, Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Marion Harris, Institut Métapsychique International, Paris, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Galerie Lumière des roses, Montreuil, Kevin O’Rourke, Robert A. Roth, Sacks Family Collection, Julie Saul Gallery, JoAnn Seagren and Scott H. Lang, and Ichiwo Sugino.

A 320-page catalog (English and French, 2019), published by Flammarion in collaboration with the American Folk Art Museum and abcd, is available at the Museum Shop. It includes contributions by Bruno Decharme, Phillip March Jones, Camille Paulhan, Valérie Rousseau, Barbara Safarova, Sam Stourdzé, Michel Thévoz, Brian Wallis, and Richard-Max Tremblay.

With works by Horst Ademeit, Steve Ashby, Morton Bartlett, Marcel Bascoulard, John Brill, Felipe Jesus Consalvos, Jesuys Crystiano, Henry Darger, John Devlin, Pepe Gaitán, Pietro Ghizzardi, Lee Godie, Yohann Goetzmann, Kazuo Handa, Marian Henel, Mark Hogancamp, Paul Humphrey, Zdeněk Košek, Alexander Lobanov, Tomasz Machciński, Albert Moser, Norma Oliver, Luboš Plný, Ilmari Salminen, Valentin Simankov, Ichiwo Sugino, Leopold Strobl, Elke Tangeten, Dominique Théate, Miroslav Tichý, Type 42, Zorro, Elisabeth Van Vyve, Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, August Walla, Frédéric, spirit photographers, UFOs and aliens unidentified photographers, and 19th and 20th Century unidentified artists.

Apr14
Carnegie Hall

Hope in the Dark: Artists as Agents for Change

Carnegie Hall

Education
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Apr14
Education

Hope in the Dark: Artists as Agents for Change

Carnegie Hall

Online

Price

Tickets: $160 (general public); $140 (museum members); $120 (students)

When

6:00pm

Carnegie Hall

Extraordinary challenges have brought new uncertainties to the present and future, though this is not the first time the world has experienced loss and hardship on a global scale. What can we learn from artists responding to the political and social moments of their time? In this four-part course led by museum educator Maya Jeffereis, explore work made by artists who take on difficult histories in order to be catalysts for change. Each session examines contemporary art from a different geographic region, covering the United States, Latin America, the Middle East and North Africa, and South and Southeast Asia. Participants will learn about artists who have created works that confront traumatic histories and structural inequalities of the present, and offer hopeful visions for the future.

Online course each Wednesday, April 7–28, 2021.

Part of: Voices of Hope

Apr15
GrowNYC

Richard Tucker Park - Thursday Greenmarket

GrowNYC

Community
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Apr15
Community

Richard Tucker Park - Thursday Greenmarket

GrowNYC

West 66th Street & Broadway
New York, NY 10023

Price

Free

When

8:00am - 4:00pm

GrowNYC

This location also open Saturdays
Schedule Changes: Market rescheduled to Wednesday 11/25 (Closed 11/26).
Food Scrap Collections are cancelled until further notice. Learn more.

Help us spread the word about this market! Share our market flyer to your networks over email or social media. English PDF / PNG Spanish PDF / PNG 

Cash, SNAP/EBT, Debit/Credit, WIC & Senior FMNP coupons accepted.

Health Bucks are available year-round! EBT users -- for every $5 spent in EBT, customers receive a $2 Health Buck coupon to purchase additional fruits and vegetables.

Greenmarket's gateway to the Upper West Side, the Tucker Square Greenmarket, offers locally grown produce just across the street from Lincoln Center. Seasonal vegetables range from fresh staples like corn and greens to delicacies like squash blossoms and fairtytale eggplant. Orchards boast sweet berries, stone fruit, and over 80 varieties of apples. Knowledgeable growers are at market to explain just how to care for their plants, flowers, and herb pots indoors and out.  Impeccable farmstead cheeses, fresh seafood, grass fed beef, duck and duck charcuterie, eggs, artisanal baked goods, and New York’'s only producer of both sorghum and maple syrup round out the offerings.  

Apr15
American Folk Art Museum

Exhibition: PHOTO | BRUT: Collection Bruno ...

American Folk Art Museum

Culture
×
Apr15
Culture

Exhibition: PHOTO | BRUT: Collection Bruno Decharme & Compagnie

American Folk Art Museum

2 Lincoln Square
New York NY 10023

Price

Free

When

11:30am - 6:00pm

American Folk Art Museum

The exhibition PHOTO|BRUT is a continuation of the American Folk Art Museum’s commitment to champion the works of academically untrained artists—this time with a focus on the ever-changing field of photography, the frontiers and accessibility of which expanded proportionally with the invention of portable and affordable cameras.

PHOTO|BRUT provides the first international glimpse into this fecund territory, which has received little attention until recent years. This exhibition welcomes the substantial art brut photography collection of French filmmaker Bruno Decharme, which has already expanded and diversified since its presentation at the Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles in 2019. The current selection speaks to Decharme’s subjective collecting activity that brought him—without the parameters of a historical framework—from one discovery to another. The exhibition is complemented by the museum’s holdings, as well as by artworks treasured by American collectors and public organizations.

The exhibition unites more than four hundred early and recent works by forty artists—some recently unveiled, discovered postmortem, or on occasion brought into dialogue with contemporary art, as works by Marcel Bascoulard and Lee Godie have been. This selection, typical of the heterogeneous typology of photography, encompasses a wide spectrum of creations: Aside from traditional photographs, it also gathers collages made from printed materials, artworks that relied on the photographic process, and photographs that were never developed, such as slides and digital images.

To expose relationships between these various, inimitable artistic postures, PHOTO|BRUT is organized in four loose yet interconnected sections, probing themes of gender expansiveness, intimacy, image appropriation, and conjuring practices that seek connections to the imperceptible. These profound bodies of work are often process-based, subversive, and pluridisciplinary. As art historian Michel Thévoz observes, these creators “use the camera to play against type, by making their daily life an unreality or making their chimeras hyperreal. They use photography in spite of or beyond its presumptive objectivity, to imbue fantasy with the stamp of realism or, inversely, to sublimate an ordinary subject.”

Curators: Valérie Rousseau, PhD, Senior Curator, and Bruno Decharme in collaboration with Barbara Safarova, Sam Stourdzé, and Paula Aisemberg.

This exhibition is co-produced by the American Folk Art Museum, abcd, and the Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles. We would like to thank the lenders for their precious collaboration: Barry Sloane Collection, Edward V. Blanchard Jr., Eileen and Michael Cohen, Bruno Decharme, Antoine de Galbert, John and Teenuh Foster, Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Marion Harris, Institut Métapsychique International, Paris, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Galerie Lumière des roses, Montreuil, Kevin O’Rourke, Robert A. Roth, Sacks Family Collection, Julie Saul Gallery, JoAnn Seagren and Scott H. Lang, and Ichiwo Sugino.

A 320-page catalog (English and French, 2019), published by Flammarion in collaboration with the American Folk Art Museum and abcd, is available at the Museum Shop. It includes contributions by Bruno Decharme, Phillip March Jones, Camille Paulhan, Valérie Rousseau, Barbara Safarova, Sam Stourdzé, Michel Thévoz, Brian Wallis, and Richard-Max Tremblay.

With works by Horst Ademeit, Steve Ashby, Morton Bartlett, Marcel Bascoulard, John Brill, Felipe Jesus Consalvos, Jesuys Crystiano, Henry Darger, John Devlin, Pepe Gaitán, Pietro Ghizzardi, Lee Godie, Yohann Goetzmann, Kazuo Handa, Marian Henel, Mark Hogancamp, Paul Humphrey, Zdeněk Košek, Alexander Lobanov, Tomasz Machciński, Albert Moser, Norma Oliver, Luboš Plný, Ilmari Salminen, Valentin Simankov, Ichiwo Sugino, Leopold Strobl, Elke Tangeten, Dominique Théate, Miroslav Tichý, Type 42, Zorro, Elisabeth Van Vyve, Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, August Walla, Frédéric, spirit photographers, UFOs and aliens unidentified photographers, and 19th and 20th Century unidentified artists.

Apr15
DOROT Onsite@Home

Music Appreciation

DOROT Onsite@Home

Entertainment
×
Apr15
Entertainment

Music Appreciation

DOROT Onsite@Home

Online

Price

Free

When

4:00pm – 5:00pm

DOROT Onsite@Home

Music Appreciation Lecture with Jeremy Caplan, CUNY Professor

Jeremy will introduce works of classical composers and performances by musicians to deepen our understanding of music, changing each week. We'll share music for advanced listening in between sessions. Sign up for newsletters from DOROT for more information on weekly sessions. 

Apr15
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

International Quartet Series: Orion String Quartet

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Entertainment
×
Apr15
Orion String Quartet

CMS’s newest initiative features live streamed and newly recorded concerts by renowned international quartets.

Video will begin at 7:30 PM ET and remain on demand for one week.

Program:
Haydn: Quartet in C major for Strings, Hob. III:32, Op. 20, No. 2 (1772)
Beethoven: Quartet in C-sharp minor for Strings, Op. 131 (1825-26)

Apr15
Carnegie Hall

Ephrat Asherie Dance: Odeon

Carnegie Hall

Entertainment
×
Apr15
Carnegie Hall

Choreographer Ephrat Asherie brings a high-energy, hybrid work that layers breaking, hip-hop, house, and vogue. In their second collaboration together, Asherie teams up with her brother, jazz pianist Ehud Asherie. In a command encore performance of Odeon, the duo reimagines signature compositions of 20th-century Brazilian composer Ernesto Nazareth, noted for melding classical music with Afro-Brazilian rhythms. Featuring a group of dynamic dancers accompanied by live music, Odeon creates an entirely original world, bringing together the extended family of street and club dances, and challenging them to inhabit new spatial contexts.

Available through April 28, 2021.

Part of: Voices of Hope

Apr15
Museum of Arts and Design

Music at MAD

Museum of Arts and Design

Entertainment
×
Apr15
Entertainment

Music at MAD

Museum of Arts and Design

2 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019

Phone: (212) 299-7777

Price

Free with museum admission

When

4:00pm - 7:00pm

Museum of Arts and Design

Live, informal music performances to activate the galleries.

On select Thursdays and Saturdays, live music activates the galleries of the Museum. Meant to be enjoyed informally as visitors explore the art on view, performances from an international roster of celebrated instrumentalists take place in accordance with the Museum’s safe social-distancing practices.

Curated by Laura Metcalf and Rupert Boyd of Boyd Meets Girl, the roster of musicians include international soloists and award-winning artists, plus members of the New York Philharmonic, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and more. The artists will perform works crossing a range of genres—from classical to contemporary—that will enhance visitors’ experience with the art.

Performances take place Thursdays 4–7 pm and Saturdays 2–4 pm and are free with museum admission.

ARTISTS AND SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES

Laura Metcalf, cello soloist and artistic director of Music at MAD
Sat, Mar 27, 2–4 pm

Gohar Vardanyan, international classical guitar soloist 
Thu, April 1, 4–7 pm

Gabriel Cabezas, cello soloist, member of yMusic, and recipient of the Sphinx Medal of Excellence
Sat, April 3, 2–4 pm

Michelle Ross, violin soloist, composer, and artistic director and founder of classical chamber music festival Museum in the Mountains
Thu, April 8, 4–7 pm

Kelly Hall-Tompkins, violin soloist, founder of Music Kitchen-Food for the Soul, and winner of a Naumburg International Violin Competition Honorarium Prize
Sat, April 10, 2–4 pm

Pauline Kim Harris, violin soloist, composer, and member of classical avant-punk violin duo String Noise
Thu, April 15, 4–7 pm

Inbal Segev, cello soloist, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
Sat, April 17, 2–4 pm

Jeffrey Zeigler, cello soloist, recipient of the Avery Fisher Prize
Thu, April 22, 4–7 pm

Leah Ferguson, viola, New York Philharmonic
Sat, April 24, 2–4 pm

Apr16
American Folk Art Museum

Exhibition: PHOTO | BRUT: Collection Bruno ...

American Folk Art Museum

Culture
×
Apr16
Culture

Exhibition: PHOTO | BRUT: Collection Bruno Decharme & Compagnie

American Folk Art Museum

2 Lincoln Square
New York NY 10023

Price

Free

When

11:30am - 6:00pm

American Folk Art Museum

The exhibition PHOTO|BRUT is a continuation of the American Folk Art Museum’s commitment to champion the works of academically untrained artists—this time with a focus on the ever-changing field of photography, the frontiers and accessibility of which expanded proportionally with the invention of portable and affordable cameras.

PHOTO|BRUT provides the first international glimpse into this fecund territory, which has received little attention until recent years. This exhibition welcomes the substantial art brut photography collection of French filmmaker Bruno Decharme, which has already expanded and diversified since its presentation at the Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles in 2019. The current selection speaks to Decharme’s subjective collecting activity that brought him—without the parameters of a historical framework—from one discovery to another. The exhibition is complemented by the museum’s holdings, as well as by artworks treasured by American collectors and public organizations.

The exhibition unites more than four hundred early and recent works by forty artists—some recently unveiled, discovered postmortem, or on occasion brought into dialogue with contemporary art, as works by Marcel Bascoulard and Lee Godie have been. This selection, typical of the heterogeneous typology of photography, encompasses a wide spectrum of creations: Aside from traditional photographs, it also gathers collages made from printed materials, artworks that relied on the photographic process, and photographs that were never developed, such as slides and digital images.

To expose relationships between these various, inimitable artistic postures, PHOTO|BRUT is organized in four loose yet interconnected sections, probing themes of gender expansiveness, intimacy, image appropriation, and conjuring practices that seek connections to the imperceptible. These profound bodies of work are often process-based, subversive, and pluridisciplinary. As art historian Michel Thévoz observes, these creators “use the camera to play against type, by making their daily life an unreality or making their chimeras hyperreal. They use photography in spite of or beyond its presumptive objectivity, to imbue fantasy with the stamp of realism or, inversely, to sublimate an ordinary subject.”

Curators: Valérie Rousseau, PhD, Senior Curator, and Bruno Decharme in collaboration with Barbara Safarova, Sam Stourdzé, and Paula Aisemberg.

This exhibition is co-produced by the American Folk Art Museum, abcd, and the Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles. We would like to thank the lenders for their precious collaboration: Barry Sloane Collection, Edward V. Blanchard Jr., Eileen and Michael Cohen, Bruno Decharme, Antoine de Galbert, John and Teenuh Foster, Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Marion Harris, Institut Métapsychique International, Paris, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Galerie Lumière des roses, Montreuil, Kevin O’Rourke, Robert A. Roth, Sacks Family Collection, Julie Saul Gallery, JoAnn Seagren and Scott H. Lang, and Ichiwo Sugino.

A 320-page catalog (English and French, 2019), published by Flammarion in collaboration with the American Folk Art Museum and abcd, is available at the Museum Shop. It includes contributions by Bruno Decharme, Phillip March Jones, Camille Paulhan, Valérie Rousseau, Barbara Safarova, Sam Stourdzé, Michel Thévoz, Brian Wallis, and Richard-Max Tremblay.

With works by Horst Ademeit, Steve Ashby, Morton Bartlett, Marcel Bascoulard, John Brill, Felipe Jesus Consalvos, Jesuys Crystiano, Henry Darger, John Devlin, Pepe Gaitán, Pietro Ghizzardi, Lee Godie, Yohann Goetzmann, Kazuo Handa, Marian Henel, Mark Hogancamp, Paul Humphrey, Zdeněk Košek, Alexander Lobanov, Tomasz Machciński, Albert Moser, Norma Oliver, Luboš Plný, Ilmari Salminen, Valentin Simankov, Ichiwo Sugino, Leopold Strobl, Elke Tangeten, Dominique Théate, Miroslav Tichý, Type 42, Zorro, Elisabeth Van Vyve, Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, August Walla, Frédéric, spirit photographers, UFOs and aliens unidentified photographers, and 19th and 20th Century unidentified artists.

Apr16
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

LP Record Club: "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" ...

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Entertainment
×
Apr16
Entertainment

LP Record Club: "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" Discussion Group

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Online

Price

Free

When

1:00pm-2:00pm; 5:00pm-6:00pm; and 6:00pm-7:00pm

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

This disc discussion will focus on The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill​ (1998) by Lauryn Hill.

We are offering a bi-weekly music club (1PM, 5PM, & 6PM options) via Google Hangouts/Meetup selecting and focusing on a classic album with a distinct cultural impact. To give the club an intimate feel--Like a book club for music. An LP Club!--and for us to get to know one another a bit, we're limiting the number of people for each session. This is your chance to deepen your knowledge of these essential albums, and to share your reactions with other music fans.

Once you RSVP we will provide the links for further listening.

Don't forget to bring some music recs or what you have been listening to during our time apart.

We hope you can join us and are really looking forward to connecting with you!