Daily Archives: May 15, 2013

  • Jamie Lidell

    Jamie Lidell’s upcoming self-titled recording is the fifth full-length release from the critically acclaimed artist, whose previous records have been praised by the New York Times as “exceedingly precise and lovely,” including 2008’s Jim, which was named Best Pop/Rock Album by the Independent Music Awards.

  • How is Jack Goldstein?

    As Jack Goldstein’s instructor at CalArts in the early 1970s, John Baldessari greatly informed the late artist’s work. Artist R. H. Quaytman continues the tradition of appropriation and mechanical reproduction. Baldessari and Quaytman share their reflections and impressions of Goldstein in this intergenerational dialogue moderated by Jens Hoffmann.

  • Word for Word with WTF’s Marc Maron and Julie Klausner

    The host of the WTF Podcast takes the audience on journey through the wilderness of his own mind, with his collection of explosively, painfully, addictively funny stories in his book Attempting Normal. In conversation with Julie Klausner (How Was Your Week? Podcast).

  • Limp Wrist

    Limp Wrist is a hardcore punk band featuring members of Los Crudos, Hail Mary, and Kill the Man Who Questions.

  • JACK Quartet and Joshua Roman, cello

    The JACK Quartet electrifies audiences worldwide with “explosive virtuosity” (Boston Globe) and “viscerally exciting performances” (New York Times).

  • Martina Arroyo Foundation’s Young Artist Program: Prelude to Performance presents Offenbach’s Les Contes D’Hoffmann

    The talented singers of the Martina Arroyo Foundation’s young artist program, Prelude to Performance, present the intriguing opéra fantastique, Les Contes d’Hoffmann, based on three short stories by ETA Hoffmann which follow the poet Hoffmann’s quest for love. The performances are traditionally staged and costumed with orchestra and chorus in French with supertitles at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College, E 68th st. between Park and Lexington Avenues, NYC, Thursday, July 11, 7:30pm and Sa

  • Sketchbook: Architectural Reflections on Grand Central Terminal

    The museum’s new exhibition “Grand Central Sketchbook” highlights the winning drawings by contemporary architects, from a contest sponsored by the Transit Museum and the Architectural League of New York.

  • Word for Word with French Highwire Artist Philippe Petit

    French high-wire artist in a one-man show that demonstrates techniques and tricks inspired by his new book, “Why Knot?: How to Tie More Than Sixty Ingenious, Useful, Beautiful, Lifesaving, and Secure Knots!”

  • Bill Frisell, Marc Ribot, Nels Cline, Shahzad Ismaily Live @ LPR

    Over the years, Frisell has contributed to the work of such collaborators as Paul Motian, John Zorn, Elvis Costello, Ginger Baker, The Los Angeles Philharmonic, Suzanne Vega, Loudon Wainwright III, Van Dyke Parks, Vic Chesnutt, Rickie, Lee Jones, Ron Sexsmith, Vinicius Cantuaria, Marc Johnson (in “Bass Desires”), Ronald Shannon Jackson and Melvin Gibbs (in “Power […]

  • Meet the Artists Inspired by Grand Central Terminal

    Meet and greet artists featured in the exhibit, ON TIME Grand Central at 100. Organized by MTA Arts for Transit and Urban Design in celebration of Grand Central’s centennial, the exhibit includes the work of 18 contemporary artists thinking about time and journeys