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  • April 28    
    Calling all monster movie enthusiasts for an evening filled with your favorite marches, melodies, vibes and reverbs from the Japanese cult classic Godzilla! 
  • April 28    
    Japan’s forever-young techno-pop band Hikashu and special guest musicians including the spunky sister duo Charan-Po-Rantan, this concert showcases the remarkable range of music...
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    This event is part of New York City Ballet's Here/Now Festival featuring 43 ballets from 22 choreographers. "Here/Now No. 1: Wheeldon" is a collection of pieces choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon...
  • April 28    
    Inspired by our upcoming exhibition, Rhythm & Power: Salsa in New York (opens June 13), discover how Cuba's love of music and dance has mixed and melded with Puerto-Rican and Afro-...
  • April 30    
    Learn about the various laws and mandates pertaining to Jewish surnames in the Russian Empire, the complexities of Jewish surname adoption and use, and how this information is useful in Jewish...
  • April 30    
    Inspire your family’s love of books with a visit to Mr. Morgan’s historic library, dress-up for a 19th century photo-shoot, write your own poetry on our family poetry wall, create crafts...
  • April 30    
    Juliana Huxtable, Untitled (Casual Power), 2015. Color inkjet print, 40×30 in. The Studio Museum in Harlem; Museum purchase with funds provided by a gift from Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg and Bernard...
  • April 30    
    In the spirit of Walter Benjamin’s concept of the Flâneur, the idle city stroller and boulevardier, and in conjunction with the Jewish Museum exhibition The Arcades: Contemporary Art and Walter Ben
  • April 30    
    ​In this fascinating new film from director Avi Nesher, two Israeli sisters delve into the dark mystery of their father’s former life in Poland during WWII. 
  • April 30    
    DCINY presents a brand new world premiere tango choral work, Tango Credo by Argentinean Composer Martin Palmieri, conducted by Argentinean born Maestro Saul Zaks.

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