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DESSOFF CHOIRS: “WE REMEMBER”


NEW YORK, NY: This month marks the Dessoff Choirs’ 92nd Season.  At this, their  opening concert held at Alice Tully Hall, the choirs presented  “We Remember” -- a concert in part memorializing the recent passing of composer Steven Stucky. The choirs was lead by their new Music Director, Malcolm J. Merriweather...

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PERCEPTION & TRANSFORMATION


UNIONDALE, NY: If you love letting your imagination run wild, if you love nature and the intricacies of this planet, you are certain to enjoy artists John Day and Alex Ferrone’s latest exhibit “Perception and Transformation” at the Omni Gallery in Uniondale, NY., curated by Dawn Lee.... >> READ MORE

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THE WOMEN’S LIST: 50 PORTRAITS & FILM PROJECTION


QUEENS, NY: Viewing each portrait in The Women’s List: 50 Portraits & Film Projection is like peering into different windows. Behind every pane of glass is the character and essence of a human being.  Taken by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders over the course of 35 years, the 50 large format photographs depict extraordinary women who, in their work, shaped contemporary society.... >> READ MORE

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THE CLASSICAL THEATER OF HARLEM: THE FIRST NOEL


NEW YORK, NY: During this holiday season, when people are hoping to receive and experience things that make them jump for joy, The Classical Theater of Harlem’s production of The First Noel musical delivers just that, and then some.  The show, which  played at the historic Apollo Theater, is a Harlem-based story about love, loss and redemption, is full of solid acting performances, appealing visuals, and a variety of music genres, including pop, jazz and gospel... >> READ MORE

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KATYA GRINEVA AT CARNEGIE HALL


NEW YORK, NY: T Pianist, Katya Grineva is a substantial talent with a serious following. Born in Russia Ms. Grineva came to the US in 1989. Since 2000 she has given a Holiday Music performance at Carnegie Hall. Many in attendance on December 27th were veteran attendees. So, this grand concert room had the feel of an intimate evening of holiday music.... >> READ MORE

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COMPLEXIONS AT THE JOYCE


NEW YORK, NY: Being the millennial that it is, at 23 years old, Complexions Contemporary Ballet Company exemplifies a statistical characteristic of its generation: diversity, of both its dancers and choreographic style. A wide variety of dance genres executed powerfully through the bodies of this companyʼs multicultural dancers... >> READ MORE

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