Events Calendar

Mar 8
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Composers in Focus III: Jessie Montgomery

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

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Mar 8
Education

Composers in Focus III: Jessie Montgomery

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Online

Phone: (212) 875-5788

Price

Free - Registration required

When

6:30pm

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

To attend this free online event please register in advance.

Composer and violinist Jessie Montgomery talks with violinist Benjamin Beilman about motivation, influences, inspiration and her work Duo for Violin and Cello, which Montgomery calls an “ode to friendship.” Benjamin Beilman, violin, and Nicholas Canellakis, cello, perform the piece, which was newly recorded for CMS this season.

Mar 8
Score New York City

Taxes / Part of the Money 101 Series for Women ...

Score New York City

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Mar 8
Education

Taxes / Part of the Money 101 Series for Women Entrepreneurs

Score New York City

Online

Price

Fee for Series of 3 Classes: $100

When

4:30pm - 6:30pm

Score New York City

Taxes / Part of the Money 101 Series for Women Entrepreneurs. Taking the Fear Out of Finance! Women entrepreneurs, do you want to learn how to prepare or understand your tax return? How to set up your business bookkeeping to make end of the year tax preparation easy and stress free? Then join us for a three-session small group learning experience. No prerequisite is required.

Choose between Monday or Wednesday sessions:

Mondays, March 1, 8 and 15
Wednesdays, March 3, 10 and 17

Platform: Zoom

More Details: In this class you will learn how to read and understand a W-2 and 1099, how to complete Schedule C to report your business earnings, how to calculate your Home Office deduction, Self-Employment tax and Qualified Business Income credit. This class will empower you to ask the right questions of your accountant or paid preparer and set up your business records to make tax filing easy. You’ll also learn how to calculate estimated tax payments for next year. Not a lecture, but a small group round-table workshop conducted on Zoom so class is limited to 10 participants.

For questions on this series, please contact the instructor, Diane Drey, at: Diane.Drey@scorevolunteer.org

Mar 8
Summerstage Anywhere

RISING TIDES, The International Women's Day ...

Summerstage Anywhere

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Mar 8
Entertainment

RISING TIDES, The International Women's Day Celebration

Summerstage Anywhere

Online

Price

Free

When

7:00 m - 7:30pm

Summerstage Anywhere

Tune in on:
Instagram (SummerStage)  – click here
YouTube (NYCSummerStage) – click here 
Facebook (SummerStageNYC) – click here
Twitch (SummerStageNYC) – click here

ABOUT

A music and dance presentation celebrating a new generation of Women Leaders featuring a rebroadcast of “Becoming Mother Duende: An Ode to New York” by Arielle Rosales, and the world premiere of the SummerStage commissioned work, “four/four presents: All That I Am” with new music by La Force and featuring dancers from Canada and the United States, celebrating the strength, beauty and power of Women working together to lead us in the present and into the future.

Dancers include: Amara Barner (RUBBERBAND), Miranda Chan (Le fils D’Adrien), Axelle Ebony (Asymmetry Creations), Shanyca Eli-LeconteShanna Irwin (Les Ballets Jazz De Montreal), and Gabrielle Simard.

Mar 8
Fordham University

Black Feminist Worldmaking: Salamishah Tillet, ...

Fordham University

Education
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Mar 8
Fordham University

Black Feminist Worldmaking is a year-long, virtual speaker series that brings Black feminist scholar-activists to Fordham University. The third speaker in the series is Salamishah Tillet, Ph.D. Tillet is the Henry Rutgers Professor of African American Studies and Creative Writing at Rutgers University and the founding director of the New Arts Social Justice Initiative at Express Newark. She will join us for a conversation on Monday, March 8 from 11:30amto 12:30pm. 
This event is open to alumni, faculty/staff, parents, and students. 

Mar 8
Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players

Polish Polish

Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players

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Mar 8
Entertainment

Polish Polish

Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players

Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church, 152 West 66th Street, NY 10023 1

Phone: (212) 799-1259

Price

$25.00, $17.00, $10.00

When

2:00pm & 7:30pm

Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players

Avery Gagliano piano
Winner of the First Prize and Best Concerto Prize at the 2020 National Chopin Piano Competition, other winnings include the Audience Prize at the 2019 Cliburn Junior Piano Competition, and First Prize at both the Aspen Concerto and MostArts Piano competitions
 ~ “...a compelling presence at the piano. She immediately draws you in… She has the technique and the musicianship, which is the ultimate combination of a young artist.” National Public Radio ~ From the Top

Stefan Milenkovich violin
Winner of the Indianapolis, Paganini, Tibor Varga, Queen Elisabeth, Yehudi Menuhin, and Young Concert Artists competitions ~ “a stunning virtuoso.” Strings ~ “Milenkovich’s recital at the Kennedy Center was so disarmingly magical that it is not easy to describe its glories. This is not so much a matter of a dazzling virtuosity (though he has it all) as of searching musicianship.” The Washington Post

Njioma Grevious violin
Won a Keston-Max Fellowship to study and perform with the London Symphony Orchestra in April 2020, a Silver Medal with the Abeo Quartet at the 2019 Fischoff competition, and First Prizes for Performance and Interpretation at the 2018 Prix Ravel chamber music competition in France ~ described by the Boston Musical Intelligencer as a “thoroughly confident and mature violinist”

Cong Wu viola
Assistant Principal Violist of the New York Philharmonc, won 3rd Prize in the 14th Primrose Viola Competition and a Special Prize in the 12th Lionel Tertis Competition

Connor Kim cello
Prizewinner at the Menuhin-Dowling and American Fine Arts Festival competitions ~ founding member of the Kila Quartet (formerly Lauder)

Vadim Lando clarinet
Winner of the CMC Canada, Yale and Stonybrook competitions ~ “consistently distinguished...vibrant, precise, virtuosic playing” The New York Times

Karl Kramer horn
Winner of the 1997 and 1999 American Horn competitions ~ “a prominent, perilously chromatic horn line, which Karl Kramer played beautifully.” The New York Times

Tickets: $25, $17, $10 ~ By Reservation Only
Call (212) 799-1259 or email admin@jupitersymphony.com
Pay by check or cash (exact change)​​​

 Required wearing of masks
 Limited seating spaced 6 feet apart
 Hand sanitizers
 Doors to open 20 minutes before the concert
 A short pause in place of an intermission
 No refreshments
 Request 6 feet distancing when entering and exiting
♦ Suggest minimal, quiet talking

♦ Windows and/or doors will be open

 

Mar 8
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Women's History Month - The Creative Process: ...

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Culture
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Mar 8
Culture

Women's History Month - The Creative Process: Lynn Nottage with Elisabeth Vincentelli

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Online

Price

Free

When

5:30pm - 6:30pm

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, Lynn Nottage discusses her work and career with theatre critic Elisabeth Vincentelli.  She recounts her early years and education, how she came to write plays, and speaks about what inspired her to create such works as Fabulation, Intimate Apparel, and Sweat, and describes several upcoming projects.  Originally recorded in the Library's Bruno Walter Auditorium in February 2019, this will be the digital debut of this conversation beyond the Library's walls.  It is released for the first time online as part of our "The Creative Process" series and in honor of International Women's Day.    

This event is free to attend but registration is required. To register please click HERE.

Mar 9
Kaufman Music Center

Tuesday Matinees: Aizuri Quartet

Kaufman Music Center

Entertainment
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Mar 9
Kaufman Music Center

ELEANOR ALBERGA – String Quartet No. 1 (1993) 
   I. Détaché et martellato e zehr lebhaft und swing it man
RHIANNON GIDDENS – At the Purchaser’s Option (2016) 
BEETHOVEN – String Quartet No. 12 in E-flat Major, Op. 127 (1825)

Virtual performance filmed at Oktaven Audio in Mount Vernon New York
Praised by The Washington Post for “captivating” performances that draw from its notable “meld of intellect, technique and emotions,” the Aizuri Quartet was awarded the Grand Prize and the CAG Management Prize at the 2018 M-Prize Chamber Arts Competition, along with top prizes at the 2017 Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in Japan, and the 2015 Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition in London. The Quartet’s debut album, Blueprinting, featuring new works written for the Aizuri Quartet by five American composers, was released by New Amsterdam Records and nominated for a 2019 GRAMMY Award. Through its engaging and thought-provoking programs, branded by The New York Times as “genuinely exciting” and “imaginative,” the Quartet has garnered critical acclaim for bringing “a technical bravado and emotional power” to bold new commissions, and for its “flawless” (San Diego Union-Tribune) performances of the great masterpieces of the past.

2020-21 Kaufman Music Center presentations are online, filmed in safe, socially distanced locations observing health and safety protocols, and streamed to the safety of your home.

Mar 9
Kaufman Music Center

What Makes It Great? 5-Class Course: Feb 23-Mar 30

Kaufman Music Center

Education
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Mar 9
Kaufman Music Center

This new 5-concert course explores music by George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen, Richard Rodgers & Leonard Bernstein.

Classes will be released online at 7 pm ET on Tuesdays beginning February 23 and will then be available to watch on demand. Each class will conclude with a live online Q&A with Rob Kapilow.

Class Dates:
Tuesday, February 23, 7 pm – George Gershwin
Tuesday, March 2, 7 pm – Irving Berlin
Tuesday, March 9, 7 pm – Harold Arlen
Tuesday, March 23, 7 pm – Richard Rodgers
Tuesday, March 30, 7 pm – Leonard Bernstein

This unique online 5-concert course taught by What Makes It Great? host Rob Kapilow and co-presented with the JCC Thurnauer School of Music at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades explores the much-beloved world of the Great American Songbook. Based on his critically acclaimed 2019 book, Listening For America: Inside the Great American Songbook from Gershwin to Sondheim, each of the course’s five classes focuses on one of the giants of the Great American Songbook including Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, Richard Rodgers and Leonard Bernstein. Through a close look at several of each composer's most famous songs combined with a wide-angled historical point of view, the course tells the story of America through some of its greatest songs. The course is designed for everyone and anyone, whether you are a musical-theatre devotee, first-time listener, singer, music student, or simply a lover of the music of Broadway's Golden Age. From “You’re the Top” to “Something’s Coming,” you will leave the course listening to America and some of its greatest music with a whole new pair of ears.

Classes were filmed at the JCC Thurnauer School of Music's Eric Brown Theater.

Mar 9
LiveON NY & City Council Speaker Corey Johnson

Virtual Presentation on Benefits for Older New ...

LiveON NY & City Council Speaker Corey Johnson

Other
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Mar 9
Other

Virtual Presentation on Benefits for Older New Yorkers

LiveON NY & City Council Speaker Corey Johnson

Online

Price

Free

When

6:00pm - 7:00pm

LiveON NY & City Council Speaker Corey Johnson

Join a virtual presentation hosted by LiveOn NY to learn more about what benefits are available for older New Yorkers on Tuesday, March 9, 6 PM - 7 PM

At this event, you will learn more about: 

    • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
    • HEAP/Cooling Assistance
    • Rent Freeze Programs - SCRIE/DRIE
    • Medicaid
    • Medicare Savings Program
    • LifeLine

 

Mar 9
WHAM at Goddard Riverside Community Arts

Women at the Crossroads

WHAM at Goddard Riverside Community Arts

Other
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Mar 9
Other

Women at the Crossroads

WHAM at Goddard Riverside Community Arts

Online

Price

$10.00 suggested donation

WHAM at Goddard Riverside Community Arts

Every March during Women's History Month, Goddard Riverside's Community Arts program hosts an exciting month-long arts festival celebrating female artists and perspectives. Now in its sixth year, the Women's History Artist Month festival -- or WHAM -- showcases local, independent artists and helps raise vital funding for youth arts education. 

Producer, writer and filmmaker Caytha Jentis of Fox Meadow Films brings together a diverse collection of female artists to tell their personal stories. In this Moth-style format, artists deliver monologues on themes of life, laughter, love and everything in between!

Mar 9
Bard Graduate Center

French Fashion Virtual Guided Tours

Bard Graduate Center

Culture
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Mar 9
Culture

French Fashion Virtual Guided Tours

Bard Graduate Center

Online

Price

Pay What You Wish

When

2:00pm

Bard Graduate Center

Back by popular demand! We invite you to explore an exhibition from BGC’s past, French Fashion, Women and the First World War, and delve into the dynamic relationship between fashion, war, and gender politics in France during World War I.

These tours are conversational in nature and take place weekly. We offer “Pay What You Wish” tickets and ASL interpretation by Pro Bono ASL to make this program as accessible as possible. Registration for each tour will close one hour before the event begins.

IMPORTANT! To protect the security of our events, we send the Zoom link at 5:00pm the day before. To ensure this message does not get filtered into your spam folder, please add public.programs@bgc.bard.edu and noreply@event.eventbrite.com to your list of approved senders.

If you wish to book a group tour please email us at: tours@bgc.bard.edu

Dates Include:

  • March 9, 2021 at 2 pm
  • March 20, 2021 at 2 pm
  • March 4, 2021 at 2 pm
  • April 3, 2021 at 2 pm
  • April 17, 2021 at 2 pm
  • April 21, 2021 at 2 pm
  • May 1, 2021 at 2 pm
  • May 4, 2021 at 2 pm
  • May 15, 2021 at 2 pm
  • May 19, 2021 at 2 pm
  • May 29, 2021 at 2 pm
  • June 1, 2021 at 2 pm

Mar 9
New York Society for Ethical Culture

Midweek Meditation

New York Society for Ethical Culture

Community
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Mar 9
Community

Midweek Meditation

New York Society for Ethical Culture

Online

Price

Free

When

5:00pm - 6:00pm

New York Society for Ethical Culture

A midweek meditation for relaxing body and mind. Larry Hurst moderates.

Click here to join at start time | ID 814 7073 5630 | Passcode 158119
For complete join details, please also see our daily event emails.