Daily Archives: February 25, 2013

  • The Woolworth Building @ 100: Curator’s Tours

    Experience the “Woolworth Building @ 100″ exhibit with curators Carol Willis & Gail Fenske.

  • Rhye

    Rhye is the product of two synced paths crossing at the right time and place. The two artists who comprise Rhye had been fond of each other’s work for some time, and it was when one member was working on a remix for the other that they started to collaborate. They had begun talking about the remix at hand, which led them to the conclusion that maybe they should adapt that remix into a whole new song that could be done together.

  • Baby Loves Disco: Fun in the Sun

    All across the country, Baby Loves Disco is slowly but surely transforming the hippest night clubs into child proof discos as toddlers, pre-schoolers and parents looking for a break from the routine playground circuit let loose for some post naptime, pre-dinner fun. Make no mistake, this is not the Mickey Mouse club, and Barney is Banned. Baby loves disco is an afternoon dance party featuring real music spun and mixed by real DJs blending classic disco tunes From the 70s, & 80s guaranteed to get those little booties moving and grooving.

  • Season of Cambodia. Dengue Fever in Concert

    Cannibal Courtship (Fantasy Records/Concord Music Group) is the L.A. band’s their fourth album, mixing Cambodian pop and American indie rock.

  • Barnard Dances at Miller

    Cutting-edge choreographers, Faye Driscoll, Francesca Harper, Heidi Henderson and Bill Young, premiere new works made specifically for Barnard/Columbia dancers during a semester-long creative process.

  • John Medeski in Concert

    Medeski has galvanized audiences in the U.S., Europe, Mexico, Japan and elsewhere with such solo performances, which he describes as “jazz, in the sense that stuff is left open for the moment,” but which reflect his classical training and passion for pop as much as his adoration of Monk and other jazz icons.

  • NYC Dance Arts Dance Festival

    NYC Dance Arts Dance Festival is a new annual showcase dedicated to the development of emerging artists and young professional choreographers. It is a platform to expand and explore new repertoires as well as artistic development.

  • Roots Dance Company Production

    “Roots” is a proposed dance work that expresses African origin through artistic movement. It encompasses Afro-Centric elements to simulate aspects of the culture, such as the safari and natives of it’s mother land.

  • Tales of Anansi

    Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College (BCBC) celebrates Earth Day 2013 with a family-friendly concert of music and storytelling entitled “Tales of Anansi.”

  • One Fun Hundred

    Travel though one hundred years of Grand Central history in this interactive game. You’ll use clues and solve riddles to make your way from 1913 to 2013, discovering fascinating facts, surprising secrets, and amazing anecdotes along the way. For ages 5+.