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June 7

Makoto Ozone: Jazz Virtuoso

Celebrated jazz pianist Makoto Ozone performs selections from his wide-ranging repertoire, from Gershwin and Bernstein to Piazzolla and Ravel.

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International Play Reading Festival

Organized by Dean Carol Becker and David Henry Hwang, the Inaugural Columbia University School of the Arts International Play Reading Festival will present readings of three plays by living international playwrights that were not originally written in English.

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June 12

Concerts in the Parks 2018

An iconic New York summer experience since 1965, the New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Parks transform parks throughout the city into a patchwork of picnickers and providing music lovers with an opportunity to hear the best classical music under the stars. 

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River to River Festival 2018

LES Citizen's Parade. Photo courtesy of Naomi Goldberg Haas.

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Julia Phillips: Failure Detection

The first solo museum exhibition of Columbia School of the Arts alumna Julia Phillips

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Morningside Lights: Flight

Join the Arts Initiative and Miller Theatre for a week of free lantern-building workshops culminating in an illuminated procession in Morningside Park. This year's theme draws inspiration from Harlem's community gardens carefully cultivated in its many reclaimed spaces.

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July 19

Concert: Performance by Judith Berkson Presented with Bang on a Can

Brooklyn based composer, pianist, and vocalist Judith Berkson performs a dynamic set featuring her unique blend of cantorial music, Hebrew liturgy, and her innovative indie-contemporary composed songs,  in conjunction with Chaim Soutine: Flesh. 

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SummerStage 2018

The largest FREE performing arts festival in New York City with concerts and events in neighborhood parks across the five boroughs.

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May 17

CAA Arts Access: Doug Aitken at 303 Gallery

Image: Doug Aitken, New Era, 2018

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