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November 5

Sunday Afternoon Classical

Frédéric Chopin (1810–1849). Etude for piano, op. 10, no. 7, 1832 (detail).

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November 9
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Gushue Moving Arts


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November 15

Tribeca Art + Culture Night

Please join apexart and 21 other participating art spaces for Tribeca Art + Culture Night, a quarterly urban art festival that celebrates culture in Tribeca and is specifically designed to embrace the diversity of creative expressions from drawing and design to crafts and much more.

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November 18

Chamak: Pakistan in Bloom

Chamak: Pakistan in Bloom is the Organization of Pakistani Students' annual fashion showcase, and the largest South Asian fashion show of the Ivy League on Broadway. Join OPS to celebrate the beauty and elegance of clothes from local and international South Asian designers.

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November 15
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November 19

Juilliard Opera presents Mozart's 'La finta giardiniera'

​Music director of the Glimmerglass Festival and recognized as a multifaceted presence on the podium, Joseph Colaneri makes his Juilliard debut conducting Mozart’s 1775 comedic opera buffa—a beguiling tale of disguise and romance.  

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November 14

Faith in the Five Boroughs

Next in the Only in New York series, host Sarah Maslin Nir sits down with Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, Pastor Kenneth Hart, self-proclaimed "Hood Pastor", and Imam Shamsi Ali of the Jamaica Muslim Center, New York City’s largest Muslim community center.  

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White Light Festival

The 2017 White Light Festival, an annual exploration of the power of art to illuminate our interior and communal lives, is back. For 2017 the festival will turn its focus to faith—faith of artists through the ages and faith in humanity to inspire and design a better future.

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The Psalms Experience

The Psalms Experience
150 psalms 150 composers 1,000 years of music 12 concerts

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October 22

Family Concert: Lisa Loeb

Lisa Loeb, Los Angeles-based mother of two, is well-known to parents and kids for her albums Catch the Moon, Nursery Rhyme Parade!, and Feel What U Feel. Delight in these award winning songs and other irresistible pop melodies in Loeb’s debut concert at the Jewish Museum.  

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Syncing Ink

By NSangou Njikam
Directed by Niegel Smith

“Now what you hear is not a test/I’m rapping to the beat!”

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