In: Single Event

Pananadem (Remembering)
March 5, 2020

Arts Partner: La MaMa E.T.C


  • March 14, 2020
    7:00 pm

“​Kinding Sindaw created magic” – The New York Times “Sublime cultural journey…pervasive heart-pounding beats…visually captivating , -Asian Journal “A marvel of color and pageantry” -Dancer’s Magazine By Kinding Sindaw Conceived & Directed by Potri Ranka Manis Pananadem means “remembering” in the language of the Meranao people.  It is a way of looking back across time, to (more…)

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Pananadem (Remembering)
March 5, 2020

Arts Partner: La MaMa E.T.C


  • March 15, 2020
    3:00 pm

“​Kinding Sindaw created magic” – The New York Times “Sublime cultural journey…pervasive heart-pounding beats…visually captivating , -Asian Journal “A marvel of color and pageantry” -Dancer’s Magazine By Kinding Sindaw Conceived & Directed by Potri Ranka Manis Pananadem means “remembering” in the language of the Meranao people.  It is a way of looking back across time, to (more…)

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Free Bronx Piano Sundays: Chantal Balestri
March 4, 2020

Arts Partner: Pregones Theater + Puerto Rican Traveling Theater


  • March 15, 2020
    3:00 pm

Sunday, March 15, 3PM – CHANTAL BALESTRI (Classical) — Praised for her “confidence and sound technique” (South Florida Classical Review), Italian/ Swiss pianist Chantal Balestri is an accomplished and versatile musician active in the European and American music scenes. Highlights of her recent career include nomination as President of the New York chapter of the World Piano (more…)

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March Is Music 2020: Angélica Negrón and The Bronx Arts Ensemble
March 4, 2020

Arts Partner: Pregones Theater + Puerto Rican Traveling Theater


  • March 14, 2020
    8:00 pm

Saturday, March 14, 8PM – ANGÉLICA NEGRÓN & BRONX ARTS ENSEMBLE (Playful New Music) — Fresh from her massive and triumphant Chorus of the Forest installation at New York Botanical Garden, groundbreaking Puerto Rican composer and performer Angélica Negrón joins Bronx Arts Ensemble’s string quartet for all-new arrangements of original works. The evening will include a rich cross-section of (more…)

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Washington Square
March 4, 2020

Arts Partner: Axis Theatre Company


  • March 14, 2020
    8:00 pm

With Original Music by Paul Carbonara (of Blondie), Randy Sharp Directs Her New Adaptation of Henry James’ Novel Blocks From its 19th Century Setting “Washington Square” centers on Catherine Sloper, a wealthy young woman raised in a house of grief by a father bitterly dead to love. Surrounded by a society and family who perceive (more…)

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