These four brand-new 30-minute Stonewall-inspired operas are written and composed by alums of Tisch's Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program, as part of the Advanced Opera Lab led by Randall Eng, Associate Arts Professor of Graduate Musical Theatre Writing, and Sam Helfrich, Associate Arts Professor of Design for Stage & Film (both Tisch School of the Arts). The operas are designed by students from the Dance Department (both Tisch School of the Arts), directed by students from the New School, and performed by professional opera singers from American Opera Projects. CLICK FOR FULL PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE.
Following an onstage conversation with Carlo McCormick, Senior Editor, Paper Magazine, Mark Mothersbaugh—creative polymath and founder of the band DEVO—conducts orchestral renditions of his original music and film compositions on a six-sided keyboard of his invention. Organized by NYU’s Grey Art Gallery and co-sponsored by NYU’s Program in Music Technology (Steinhardt). General Admission: $30; NYU Students: […]
Experimental Music and Interdisciplinary Arts: Explorations on the Edge Wednesday, September 14, 7:30 pm Black Box Theater, Pless Hall, 82 Washington Square East (enter at 28 Washington Place) Panel discussion moderated by Joan La Barbara, composer, performer, and faculty member, Music Composition (Steinhardt), NYU, with David Behrman, composer; and Alison Knowles and Carolee […]
A series of Fluxus events will be featured in Performa 11—the fourth visual art performance biennial organized by Performa, a nonpro fit interdisciplinary arts organization established by RoseLee Goldberg.
In this all-day street performance, artist LuLu LoLo will present scenes from the Triangle fire and its aftermath.
Second Avenue Dance Company Thursday, December 4–Saturday, December 6, 8:00 pm NYU, 111 Second Avenue (between 6th and 7th Sts.), Fifth Floor Theatre This evening of performances features choreography by Ronald K. Brown, founder and artistic director of Evidence, and William Forsythe, along with student works. Included is Brown’s Serving Nia, which focuses on a […]
Three of today's most important figures in classical Persian music will return to the US after last year's sold-out tour.
A three-part series held at Japan Society
In L'il Brown Brothers/Nikimalika, indigenous storytellers and colonial mythmakers reenact their versions of what happened at the St. Louis World's Fair of 1904 through ritual, legend, and pseudoscientific narratives.
Performance Claude Cahun’s “Heroines” Tuesday, December 7, 8:15 pm La Maison Française, 16 Washington Mews Selections from Cahun’s fifteen stream-of-consciousness monologues, written in the voices of major women of history and literature such as the Virgin Mary, Sappho, Cinderella, Penelope, Delilah, and Helen of Troy. Martha Wilson, Founding Director, Franklin Furnace Archive; Diane Torr, […]