December 2019 Grantee Events

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andPlay by Shervin Lainez, 2019 UMEZ Arts Engagement and Creative Engagement Grantee.

Come experience a wide range of art activities by supporting our Creative Engagement, Creative Learning and UMEZ Arts Engagement grantees at their events this month.

African Diaspora International Film Festival

27th Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival
November 29 – December 15, 2019 Cinema Village, 22 E 12th Street, New York, NY 10003
Teachers College, Columbia University, 525 W 120th Street, New York, NY 10027
Mist Harlem, 46 W 116th Street, New York, NY 10026

Find more information at https://nyadiff.org/ny-2019/.

Grant Program: UMEZ Arts Engagement

Eva Nikolova

Alchemy of Place - solo show
December 1, 2019 - January 5, 2020
181 Cabrini, 854 W.181st. Street, New York, NY 10033

Since 2012 Bulgarian-born, Northern Manhattan-based Eva Nikolova has been creating hand-drawn, cameraless gelatin silver photographs that blur the lines between drawing and photography. Experimenting with a vast inventory of substances, chemicals, and vintage gelatin silver papers, her prints contemplate place, memory, transformation and destruction through the prism of architecture and landscape.

Alchemy of Place: Projections showcases Nikolova’s most recent cameraless prints in a solo show presented by Inwood Art Works. Inspired by Balkan vernacular architecture, these cliché-verres from hand-drawn matrices combine with mordançage to bring forth visions of structures that hover between reality and dream.

Find more information at www.evanikolova.com

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Advent Lutheran Church

Music Mondays
December 2, 2019 at 7:30 PM
Advent Lutheran Church, 2504 Broadway at 9rd St., New York, NY 10027

Music Mondays presents Qasim Naqvi, Jennifer Koh, and Davóne Tines. The meditative and “compelling” music of Pakistani-American composer Qasim Naqvi casts an unforgettable sonic spell (Pitchfork); his innovative soundtracks have appeared on HBO, PBS, and at the Academy Awards. Violinist Jennifer Koh, a “prodigious builder of musical bridges” (L A Times), joins “charismatic” bass-baritone Davóne Tines (New York Times) and Naqvi himself for a journey across nearly 1,000 years of spiritually elevating music – by J. S. Bach, Hildegard of Bingen, Isang Yun, and Naqvi, including a world premiere.

Find more information at www.musicmondays.org.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Berrow Duo

Berrow Duo: 2019 Season
December 2, 2019 at 7:30–9:30 PM
Marc A. Scorca Hall, Opera America, 330 7th Avenue, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10001

Berrow Duo presents four new works by a diverse set of emerging composers. Created through close collaboration, each piece is a unique exploration of the sonic possibilities of flute and cello. Works by Emily Praetorious, Anthony J. Stillabower, James Hamilton Lowrie, and MIchal Raymond Massoud will all receive their world premiere. The program will be rounded out with a piece by San Diego-based composer Christopher Adler.

Find more information at
www.berrowduo.com.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

William Daniels

Harlem Textile Art Expo Exhibition Exhibition: December 2 – 22, 2019
Kente Royal Gallery, 2373 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd. (between 138TH & 139TH Street), New York NY 10030

A collection of textile works that highlight the fine art of art quilting.

Special Presentation: Quilt of Souls December 2, 2019 at 7:00 PM Special guest: Author Phyllis Lawson shares her story against the backdrop of her 150 year-old family heirloom quilt and the inspiration for her book Quilt of Souls.

Special Talk: The Need For Space December 17, 2019 at 7:00 PM Special guest: Novel Idea, founder of Nfinit Foundation in Brooklyn, New York, discusses the challenges that artists and arts organization face in the quest for spaces to work, exhibit and sell and what her organization is doing to fill that need for some local artists. Half hour presentation followed by a fifteen minute Q&A.

Special Talk: What Is Art? December 19, 2019 at 7:00 PM Special guest: From her studio in Flagstaff, Arizona studio, artist and educator Jessica Crocker discusses the ongoing debate of art versus craft in the fine art sector. Grant Program: Creative Engagement & UMEZ Arts Engagement

Grant Program: Creative Engagement, UMEZ Arts Engagement

24/6: A Jewish Theater Company

Last Tree in Jerusalem / A Page of Talmud by Dani Horowitz
December 4 - December 15th, 2019
TheaterLab, 357 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10018

Riven by internal strife, ecological disaster, and interference from foreign powers, can society survive? Set nearly two millennia ago but still resonant today, acclaimed Israeli playwright Dani Horowitz’s interrelated plays LAST TREE IN JERUSALEM (world premiere translation) and A PAGE OF TALMUD tell the seminal Talmudic stories “Kamtza and Bar Kamtza” and “The Oven of Achnai.” These timely Jewish stories examine the cost of humiliation and explore what it means to be a member of a community, to be a leader, to have moral courage, and to resist.

Find more information at www.twentyfoursix.weebly.com/.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Anne Patsch

Recognize and Resist: Hope in a Time of Rapid Gentrification
December 5, 2019 at 7:00–9:00 PM
Nuyorican Poets Cafe, 236 E 3rd St, New York, NY 10009

On December 5th, the Nuyorican Poets Cafe proudly presents a panel with Jeremiah Moss (author of Vanishing New York), Sarah Schulman (author of Gentrification of the Mind) and Betty Yu (co-founder of the Chinatown Art Brigade). These activists and authors will discuss the personal and social impacts of gentrification, and explore effective forms of anti-gentrification activism. The talk will center on the history, and current state, of gentrification in the Lower East Side. Poetic performances by muMs, Caridad De La Luz, and Darian Dauchan will finish out the night. The event is curated by Anne Patsch.

Doors open at 6:30 pm; the event begins at 7 and will run for approximately 2 hours. Ticket prices: $10 online; $13 at the door; $7 for students at the door with valid ID.

Find more information at https://www.facebook.com/events/2728975233995955/.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Lantern Community Services

sound.space 2: Home
December 5, 2019 at 4:00–7:00 PM
ImageNation Raw Space Gallery, 2031 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, New York, NY 10027

sound.space is a collection of original musical and visual art work created with formerly homeless artists and musicians, inviting dialogue through performances in public spaces. Original songs will be presented on Thursday, December 5th, at the ImageNation Raw Space in Harlem. The event is free and open to the public.

sound.space challenges perceptions of homelessness by exploring common human experiences: seeking a place of one’s own, desiring safety, and building community.

Find more information at www.lanterncommunity.org.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Gal Nissim and Leslie Ruckman

SurveillAnts
December 5 - 14, 2019
Opening Reception: December 5, 2019 at 6:00–9:00 PM
Artist Talk: December 7, 2019 at 6:00–8:00 PM
Closing Reception: December 14, 2019 at 6:00–8:00 PM
ChaShaMa Gallery, 21 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014

SurveillAnts is an interactive, biological installation that explores the unseen world of ants. Tracing the movements of living harvester ants, the artists reveal emergent patterns and interactions, inviting the audience to contemplate the relationship between individual and collective, and between emergent systems at different scales from the micro to the macro.

The effect is a real-time, augmented reality ant farm that allows participants to explore the relationships between individual ants and their collective superorganism. The piece aims to provoke the audience's curiosity about non-human life, touching on themes of emergent intelligence, biological algorithms, systemic pattern making, and creation.

Find more information at http://surveillants.art/.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

FilmShop

Filmshop Case Study: "To Kid or Not to Kid"
December 6, 2019 at 6:00–9:00 PM
OPERA America, 330 7th Avenue #7th Floor, Scorca Hall New York, NY 10001

Join us for a screening of "To Kid Or Not To Kid," a film that aims to dispel the myth that living childfree is weird, selfish or somehow wrong, followed by a discussion and Q&A with Maxine Trump (Director/Editor) and Josh Granger (Co-Producer/Additional Editor).

Find more information at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/filmshop-case-study-to-kid-or-not-to-kid-tickets-83270080051.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Ben Arthur

SongWriter
December 6, 2019 at 8:00 PM
Buunni Cafe, 4961 Broadway, New York, NY 10034

In this live reading and music series an author reads a story and two songwriters perform “answer songs.” On December 6th author Mike Veve will read two pieces of short fiction, and songwriters Johnny Leitera/Tuff Sunshine and Ben Arthur will perform songs written in response.

Find more information at https://www.facebook.com/events/2493746884232296/.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement, UMEZ Arts Engagement

Julia Justo

Crossroads
December 6 - December 31, 2019
Opening Reception: December 6, 6:30–8:30 PM

Rio II Gallery, 583 Riverside Drive, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10031

Collage, Art for Social Change Workshop: December 14 & 20, 2019 at 4:30–6:00 PM Rio II Gallery, 583 Riverside Drive, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10031

Collage, Art for Social Change Workshop: December 14, 2019 at 4:30–6:30 PM Julia Justo's Studio, 111 Third Ave, #15H, New York, NY 10003

"Crossroads" is a solo exhibition and a series of workshops led by visual artist Julia Justo. These events will focus on issues of social justice such as immigration, race and gender.

Find more information at http://broadwayhousing.org/art/rio2/

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Darrah Carr Dance

Print, Poetry, and Play!
December 7, 19 at 12:00–3:00 PM
Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street, New York, NY 10019

Join us for a delightful exploration of the art of printmaking! Sculpt your body into letter shapes and form human poems with Darrah Carr Dance. Join the dancers onstage to try out your steps!

Find more information at https://irishartscenter.org/event/print-poetry-play.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement, UMEZ Arts Engagement

Anne Patsch

7 Wonders of the East Village
December 7 & 8 at 12:00–2:00 PM
East Village, New York 10003

Join us at 12:00 PM on Saturday, December 7th or Sunday, December 8th for 7 Wonders of the East Village - a walking tour of iconic locations that have withstood the tides of gentrification. This tour - inspired by Anne Patsch's forthcoming illustrated book - explores places and spaces that exemplify the neighborhood’s legacy of activism, radical thought, and artistic innovation. Among the sites we'll visit are St. Marks in the Bowery, the Merchant’s House and the Liz Christie Community Garden. We'll trace the history of the neighborhood from the era of Stuyvesant's farm to the present day, and discuss the successful activism that enabled parts of the neighborhood to endure amid decades of gentrification. Please note: the address where the tour begins will be emailed to ticketbuyers.

Find more information at bit.ly/7WondersEastVillage

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Jazz Power Initiative

Intergenerational Jazz Jam sessions 2019
December 8, 2019 at 2:00–5:00 PM
National Jazz Museum in Harlem, 58 W 129th Street, Ground Floor, 2203, New York, NY 10027

Come sing and swing with us at our monthly Intergenerational Jazz Jam and December Swing Party! Co-hosted by JPI's artistic director Eli Yamin, with Ari Roland (bass), Dave Gibson (drums), Mark McGowan (trumpet), Claire Daly (baritone saxophone), Elijah Maduro (tenor sax/flute), Michael Rorby (trombone), Jason Curry (alto sax/clarinet). Featured artist: Mickey D and Friends with Jazz Power Swingtet under direction of Eli Yamin. You don't want to miss this exciting event so bring your friends and families to join in on the fun!

Find more information at www.facebook.com/events/1517100991761046/?active_tab=about.  

Grant Program: UMEZ Arts Engagement

LaMicro Theater

Escena Sur Reading Series (Latin America, Spain and Latino/a USA)
December 12 – 15, 2019
Theater 54 at Shetler Studios, 244 West 54th Street, 12th Floor. New York, NY 10019
Escena Sur Reading Series (Latin America, Spain and Latino/a USA.) is a public staged reading series, in a mini-festival format, that will be presented at Theater 54 at Shetler Studios.
December 12, 2019 at 7:30 PM: "Memorama" by Mario Cantú Toscano, translated by Carmen Rivera and directed by Stefania Burbarella.
December 13, 2019 at 7:30 PM: "Cuzco" by Victor Sánchez Rodriguez, translated by William Gregory and directed by Kristin Heckler.
December 14, 2019 at 7:30 PM: "Honduras" by Sarah Farrington, performed in Spanish by Valeria Avina, and translated by Walter Krochmal.
December 15, 2019 at 5:00 PM: “Dos Amores y un Bicho” by Gustavo Ott, translated by Heather L McKay and directed by Pablo Andrade.
Find more information at www.lamicrotheater.org
Tickets can be purchased at www.brownpapertickets.com.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

George Preston/Museum of Art and Origins

Uptown Emissaries & Visionaries: Tracie Morris
December 12, 2019 at 8:00 PM
430 162nd Street, New York, NY 10032

The Museum of Art and Origins invites you to an evening of words and music for these times, featuring poet Tracie Morris, vibraphonist Cecilia Smith, and cornetist Graham Haynes. Admission to the event includes the performance, a three-course meal, and drinks.

Find more information at
www.eventbrite.com/e/uptown-emissaries-visionaries-tracie-morris-tickets-78241892607.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

KHORIKOS

Old New, Uptown Downtown
December 13, 2019 at 7:00 PM at The Church of the Blessed Sacrament, 152 W 71st Street, New York, NY 10023 December 14, 2019 at 7:00 PM at The Shrine Church of St. Anthony of Padua, 155 Sullivan Street, New York, NY 10012

KHORIKOS is pleased to present a new work by Norway-based composer Andrew Smith, a set of O Antiphons written for KHORIKOS. KHORIKOS performed Andrew Smith’s first piece in the set, “Veni O Oriens,” as part of the 3rd ORTUS International New Music Competition in 2017, in which it was a winning composition. This program also features antiphons written by other composers new and old, including Arvo Pärt and Hildegard von Bingen. This program is a part of KHORIKOS’ Old New, Uptown Downtown series, sponsored by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, which aims to bring KHORIKOS’ unique blend of Early and New music to the communities of both uptown and downtown Manhattan, and to forge connections between these neighborhoods and cultural contexts through music.

Find more information at www.khorikos.com.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Center for Remembering & Sharing

CROSSING BOUNDARIES Concert Series Vol. 11: ZERO GRASSES
December 13, 2019 at 8:00 PM
CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing), 123 4th Ave FL 2, New York, NY 10003

CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) presents CROSSING BOUNDARIES Concert Series Vol. 11, ZERO GRASSES, curated, created and performed by Steinway Artist, Guggenheim Fellow and USA Fellow JEN SHYU. This powerful autobiographical work arose out of an intense period of self-reflection following the sudden death of her father and visit to a fertility clinic. Effortlessly weaving together music, monologue and video projection, Jen traces the threads of her life to explore the painful terrain of expectation, ambition, longing and love.

ZERO GRASSES will be preceded by a video fieldwork presentation plus a short participatory intermedia workshop for the audience (scheduled for 6:30 pm) before the performance, which will begin at 8 pm.

Composition, vocals, piano, sound design, Japanese biwa, Taiwanese moon lute, dance: Jen Shyu. Director: Alexandru Mihail. Set and Projection Design: Kristen Robinson and Kate Campbell

Tickets: $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Students/seniors $20.

Find more information at https://jenshyu.eventbrite.com/ and https://crsny.org/index.php/event/crossing-boundaries-concert-series-vol-11-zero-grasses/

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Justin Taylor

Unblinking Eye
December 13, 2019 at 8:00 PM
December 14, 2019 1:00 PM
Guardian Angel Church, 193 10th Ave, New York, NY 10011

Both a live theater piece and sound ritual, Unblinking Eye dives into a young female drone operator’s spiritual awakening midst war based on interviews with active and dissenting Air Force drone operators. Iris, a Nevada teenager played by Karen Anne Light, recounts her first job: firing hellfire missiles on pixelated people in Pakistan from an Air Force base in New Mexico. The trauma eats at her conscience until, one day in the desert, it explodes awake with a message that rocks her, her base and the US Military. A chorus of two actors (Leeanne Hutchison, Chris Tramantana) and sound artist Katie Down manipulate water glasses, cymbals, mixing bowls, and a bare stage to create the “set” in our ears. Staged in the sanctuary of Guardian Angel Church in Chelsea, the result is a riveting and intimate form of theater and a story of human kindness awakening midst increasing militarization.

Find more information at www.eventbrite.com/e/unblinking-eye-a-concert-staging-tickets-81420158887.

Program: Creative Engagement

Marta Effinger-Crichlow

The LITTLE SALLIE WALKER Play Date© Experience
December 14, 2019 at 4:00 - 6:00 PM National Dance Institute, 217 West 147th Street, New York, NY 10039

The LITTLE SALLIE WALKER Play Date© Experience event includes an afternoon of play, storytelling and fellowship. Come out and play jacks, color, jump rope and so much more. A work-in-progress sample of the LITTLE SALLIE WALKER documentary film project will also be shared. All ages are welcome! Free event!

Find more information at www.littlesalliewalker.com/communityengagement-gallery.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Karina Aguilera Skvirsky

How to Build a Wall and Other Ruins: PAN de YUCA
December 14, 2019 at 2:00–3:30 PM Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Project Space, 323 West 39th Street, New York

EFA Project Space presents How to Build a Wall and Other Ruins: PAN de YUCA by Karina Aguilera Skvirsky. The performance is rooted in an absurdist question : “If Donald Trump is going to build a wall along the US-Mexico border, why not use Inca technology to do it?”

The performance will begin with a screening of a video that introduces Incan construction techniques. Employing a traditional, South American Pan de Yuca as raw building materials, Skvirsky’s live performance will become a community action with the audience assisting in the building of an ephemeral Incan border wall within EFA Project Space. How to Build a Wall… links popular narratives concerning the persistence of pre-Columbian identity with current discussions on borders, immigration, and nations. A Q&A with the artist and reception will follow the performance. This event is free and open to the public. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and early arrival is recommended.

Find more information at www.projectspace-efanyc.org/events/2019/12/14/how-to-build-a-wall-and-other-ruins-pan-de-yuca-a-performance-project-by-karina-aguilera-skvirsky

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Pele Bauch

Creation & Performance of A.K.A. Ka Inoa
December 14, 2019 at 5:00 PM

Wild Project, 195 E. 3rd Street, New York, NY 10009

Pele Bauch's A.K.A. Ka Inoa is a montage of supple movement, vivid characters, and personal story, woven together with rolls of red ribbon. Pele Bauch mines her experiences as a multiracial New Yorker with Hawaiian ancestry who carries the weight of being named after Hawaii’s most significant and beloved deity. This interdisciplinary performance unpacks our attachment to cultural identity and pushes it against the needs of personal identity. Ka inoa is Hawaiian for the name, the namesake, the name of a chant or song, and an affectionate term for relatives not related by blood.

Find more information at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10466615.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

TAK ensemble

Impossible Tasks
December 14, 2019 at 8:00 PM
St. Mary’s, Harlem, 521 W 126th Street, New York, NY 10027

TAK presents the world premieres of at midnight i walked into the middle of the desert by Bethany Younge and Empty (church) of Plenty by Brandon Lopez, two of our 2019-2020 commissioned composers. The concert explores extremes of physical capabilities, camaraderie, and instrumental capacity.

Find more information at www.takensemble.com/19-20/2019/10/12/world-premieres-by-lopez-and-younge.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement & UMEZ Arts Engagement

ANDPLAY INC

andPlay (in) Conversation
December 15, 2019 at 4:30–5:30 PM

Word Up Community Bookshop, 2113 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10032

andPlay, a violin/viola duo based in New York City, focuses on commissioning new works and performing lesser-known contemporary ones. andPlay is especially passionate about the collaborative experience of creating new music. In order to share this process with the wider community, andPlay began a series of free events beginning in 2019 at public venues in Manhattan, entitled andPlay (in) conversation. Each event includes a guest composer who is a former or current collaborator with andPlay. This event features Sky Macklay. Macklay's 2019 composition for andPlay, Maps (of Friendship), is a humorous look at the benefits and woes of commuting and transportation in our daily lives.

Find more information at www.facebook.com/events/469387813671893/.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement & UMEZ Arts Engagement

Monk Parrots

M*cbeth a/k/a The Scottish Opera
Tuesday, December 17, 2019 at 7:30–9:00 PM

La MaMa, 47 Great Jones Street, New York, NY 10003

Monk Parrots in association with La MaMa ETC present a concert performance of M*cbeth, an 80-minute English language retelling of Giuseppe Verdi’s four-act Italian opera. Re-scored by composer Peter Stopschinski for electric guitar, electric violin and amplified orchestra, this production explores gender roles in power dynamics and reimagines Scotland’s most infamous literary figure as a premier homebuilder in a McMansion hell. Conducted by Samuel McCoy, directed by Luke Leonard, and starring twice Grammy nominated baritone John Marcus Bindel in the title role.

Find more information at www.monkparrots.org.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Dalton Chorale

Dalton Chorale: Zelenka’s Missa Omnium Sanctorum
December 17, 2019 at 8:00–9:30 PM
Church of the Holy Trinity, 316 East 88th Street, New York, NY 10128

The Dalton Chorale, under the direction of David Shuler, presents Missa Omnium Sanctorum ZWV 21, a rarely performed major choral work by 18th-century Czech composer Jan Dismas Zelenka. A chamber orchestra will accompany the Chorale, and the soloists will be Sarah Hawkey, soprano; Elizabeth Merrill, mezzo-soprano; David Root, tenor; and Dominic Inferrera, baritone.

The compositions of the long-forgotten Czech composer Jan Dismas Zelenka approach or equal those of his contemporaries Bach, Handel, Vivaldi and Telemann in their advanced use of counterpoint, their extreme demands on the players and singers, their ingenuity and resourcefulness, and their overall beauty. Zelenka’s Missa Omnium Sanctorum is his final mass and one of his most uplifting, characterized by everything that typifies Zelenka: cleverly constructed fugal choruses, dramatic harmonies that accentuate key moments in the texts, and an unfailing feel for overall musical architecture.

Find more information at www.eventbrite.com/e/dalton-chorale-zelenkas-missa-omnium-sanctorum-tickets-81560510683

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

Parcon Resilience

Across Generations community share
December 19, 2019 at 6:00–8:00 PM

100 Grand Street, New York, NY 10013

Across Generations is an ongoing practice group dedicated to deconstructing ageism and racism in our lives and enhancing INTERGENERATIONAL relationships and system modifications. This evening will be a shared movement and dialogue event for all. The participants of the practice groups will seed the explorations with the discoveries that we have made through our process.

Find more information at www.parconrc.org.

Grant Program: Creative Learning

Michael Moss, Ph.D.

Qabbala::Entanglement, a suite in 12 movements: Ain Soph, Kether, Hokhmah', Binah, Hesed', Pa'had, Tiphereth, Ne-tza-h, Hod, Yesod, Malkuth
December 21, 2019 (The Winter Solstice) at 7:30–9:30 PM

Westbeth Community Room, 155 Bank Street, New York, NY 10014

QABBALA::ENTANGLEMENT--twelve compositions based on the Kaballah each representing one of the limbs of the Tree of Life. For this series of three concerts, Moss explores links between Eastern mythology, quantum mechanics, and classical physics. Multiinstrumentalist/ composer Michael Moss, a veteran of New York’s free jazz scene, has assembled a brand-new band, the Accidental Orchestra, comprised of string, reed, brass and rhythm sections, emulating what he refers to as a small renaissance jazz orchestra. In this, the final performance of QABBALA::ENTANGLEMENT, the final four sephirot of the Tree of Life will be played--Ne'tze'ah, Hod, Yesod, Malkuth.

Please enter through the courtyard, which is located on Bank Street between West St. and Washington St in the West Village to avoid the construction at Westbeth.

Find more information at https://m2-theory.com/2018/05/07/qabbalaentanglement-quantumphysics- ancient-thought-and-jazz/.

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

L’Amore della Musica

A Concert Series for Senior Citizens
December 29, 2019 at 2:30 PM                 

The 80th Street Residence, 430 East 80th Street, New York, NY 10075

A Concert Series For Senior Citizens.

Find more information at www.80thstreetresidence.com

Grant Program: Creative Engagement

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