Daily Archives: May 9, 2013

  • Hector Del Curto Tango Quintet: Eternal Piazzolla

    Argentinean bandoneonist Hector Del Curto celebrates the release of his highly anticipated second album, “Eternal Piazzolla”, dedicated to the master of new-Tango, Astor Piazzolla.

  • Film Screening: Lost Rivers

    Our roads hugged their curves. And their currents fed our mills and factories. But as cities grew, polluted rivers became conduits for disease and other urban ills, and—as we’ve explored in the case of Seoul’s Cheonggyecheon River—buried underground and merged with sewer networks.

  • Children’s Sing-Along Concert

    Join us in our backyard garden for a sing-along concert with Lloyd H. Miller of the Deedle Deedle Dees.

  • Depeche Mode Documentary Screening and Karaoke Dance Party

    While Depeche Mode are beginning their “Delta Machine” tour, more than three months before they perform in NYC, the DM-NY Fanclub puts the focus on Depeche Mode fans themselves.

  • Juilliard String Quartet Seminar Recitals

    Quartets from around the globe are coached by the members of the world-famous Juilliard String Quartet. The results are displayed during these concerts on the seminar’s final day.

  • INPUT | Marcel Dettmann, Steffi, Anthony Parasole

    Output is open to anyone, but is not for everyone. Output welcomes individuals who value the communal experience of music over cameras and bottle service. INPUT is a new night in Brooklyn.

  • Benjamin Verdery: Art of the Guitar

    Led by artistic director Benjamin Verdery, 92Y’s “Art of the Guitar” series continues to feature the instrument’s most distinguished artists and showcase the guitar’s versatility and worldwide appeal.

  • The Roaring Twenties: An Evening with Pro Musicis Artists

    Pro Musicis and Yamaha Artist Services Inc. present “The Roaring Twenties,” an evening with Byron Janis, J.Y. Song, Alexander Le, Carmit Zori, and Julia Lichten with the music of Gershwin, Bloch, Villa-Lobos, Cowell, Shostakovich, and Martin.

  • All About K-POP Panel

    The Korea Society examines the growth of K-POP and the landmarks for Korean wave in the United States, such as PSY starring in a Super Bowl ad, Girls Generation performing at Madison Square Garden, and 2NE1’s Best New Band award from MTV Iggy.

  • Daylighting the Water: Design for Urban River Restoration

    Van Alen Institute presents a special conversation on urban river restoration, exploring case studies of how buried waterways can be revealed for civic life.