Daily Archives: May 23, 2013

  • Beth Orton

    Sugaring Season, Beth Orton’s first album in six years and her Anti-Records debut, is available now. Recorded in Portland, Oregon, with producer Tucker Martine (My Morning Jacket, The Decemberists), the album bears the fruits of a period of introspection and renewal, and deeply lyrical songwriting.

  • Today’s Teen Dancers, Tomorrow’s Dance Artists

    Young Dancemakers Company, a summer ensemble of NYC teens, presents in association with Kumble Theater a free concert of original choreography: topical, mindful, witty, fun dances, with bold themes holding meaning for today’s world, by teen dancer/choreographers selected from throughout the NYC public high schools.

  • Conjunto Nuevo Milenio presents: A Night Out with Conjunto

    Celebratrating 15 years of educating the public on the the beauty, diversity and richness of Panamanian culture through music, dance and artful clothing.

  • Ready or Not, Here I Come (Gospel Stage Play)

    This Christian play is about the Rapture, seen through the eyes of Ms. Jenkins, the nosy neighbor who takes a look at four families as they choose to accept or reject Jesus Christ.

  • A Creole Themed Dinner Theater Event

    Nothing to do on a Sunday afternoon? Get your tickets and enjoy Creole cuisine a bit of American History as “The Spicy Thespians” take you on a journey through this moving stage play. La grande fin will be some gallivanting with the cast to Zydeco music and some Q & A.

  • Mauro Pagani & La Notte della Taranta

    The Ensemble “La Notte della Taranta” is a group of extraordinary musicians from Salento (in the Apulia region of Italy) that formed more than 10 years ago in order to revisit and promote the cultural and musical background represented by the ‘Pizzica’ and everything that surrounds it.

  • DanceFest India: Sacred Vision

    Sacred Vision is part of the DanceFest INDIA! six-day festival (June 25 – June 30), in Brooklyn’s Cultural district featuring a Summer Intensive Dance Academy, master classes presented with The School at Mark Morris Dance Center, and family day programming presented with The Brooklyn Children’s Museum.

  • Julia Holter

    Julia Holter’s second album, Ekstasis, is a collection of songs written across the span of three years in Los Angeles, California.

  • Katia Labèque: 50 Years of Minimalism

    Pianist Katia Labèque will perform works by a diverse range of artists, including Radiohead, Philip Glass, Sonic Youth and Terry Riley.

  • Death

    Established in Detroit in 1974, Death is one of rock-n-roll’s most unique and inspiring bands. Three brothers played some of the hardest-driving rock-n-roll and recorded a now classic album in 1975. Rejected for their sound, their name, and their color, 34 years later the band Death began receiving what is now world-wide recognition.