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Harlem Perspectives II

Faculty Recital: Harpist Mariko Anraku in Greenfield Hall

The Riverside Inspirational Choir: What Good Is a Song?

Benefit: The Three Organists

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Harlem Perspectives II

To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

Artmaking as Inquiry: The Sustained Investigation in Advanced Placement Studio Art

Kaffeestunde, German Conversation Hour

MSM Symphonic Men’s Chorus with the Oratorio Society of New York at Carnegie Hall

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Harlem Perspectives II

To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

Artmaking as Inquiry: The Sustained Investigation in Advanced Placement Studio Art

Screening of “Nankai: The Tale of a School,” a documentary about the legacy of John Dewey and Teachers College in China

Pop-Up Concerts: Third Sound

Great Organ: David Briggs, Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 7 in E Major transcribed by David Briggs

An Evening of Puccini: The Collaborative Piano/Singers Class Concert

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Harlem Perspectives II

To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

Artmaking as Inquiry: The Sustained Investigation in Advanced Placement Studio Art

Sidney Outlaw, Baritone

Walter Delahunt Collaborative Piano Master Class

Master Class with Allan Neave, Guitar

Birthright Citizens: A History of Race and Rights in Antebellum America

Concert Magdalena Baczewska, piano

MSM Women’s Chorus in Neidorff-Karpati Hall

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Harlem Perspectives II

To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

Artmaking as Inquiry: The Sustained Investigation in Advanced Placement Studio Art

Athena Film Festival

Arts at Earl

Arts at Earl: Amina Baroque Ensemble

11th Annual Black History Month Celebration

Book Talk & Reading: Relative Genitive by Val Vinokur

Film Screening : Forbidden Games (Jeux Interdits)

Richard Axel and Sarah Sze: Neuroscience, Art and the Construction of Reality

The Harlem Chamber Players’ 11th Annual Black History Month Celebration

Made in Harlem: Class of ’68 Film Screening & Talk – Harlem School 1970

ADIFF’s Black History Month Series

An Evening of Puccini: The Collaborative Piano/Singers Class Concert

Black History Month Concert Presented by the MSM Black Student Union

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Harlem Perspectives II

To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Athena Film Festival

Master Class with Anton Mittermayr, Timpani

Arts at Earl: Noise Ensemble

Film Friday: On Her Shoulders

ADIFF’s Black History Month Series

Fantasticus! The 17th Century Art of Fantasy

“Turn The World Around”: The Music & Legacy of Harry Belafonte

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Harlem Perspectives II

Athena Film Festival

Diocesan Adult Choir Festival

ADIFF’s Black History Month Series

Choral Evensong: Diocesan Adult Choirs

Celebrate Caribbean Leaders Errol Barrow & Paul Boggle Freedom Fighters

Early Music New York The Grand Tour: Germany – Bach Progeny Frederick Renz, Director

Linda May Han Oh Quintet

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Athena Film Festival

ADIFF’s Black History Month Series

It’s Sunday: Joy-Leilani Garbutt

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: A Salon in Honor of Saidiya Hartman

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Book Talk: Ukrainian Bishop, American Church by Martha Bohachevsky-Chomiak

Book Talk Race Sounds: The Art of Listening in African American Literature

Exploring the Metropolis – Composer in Residence

Musica Sacra: Silhouettes

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Master Class with Rainer Honeck, Concertmaster of the Vienna Philharmonic

Let’s Tell This Story Properly

Film Screening & Discussion: Two Schools

Film Screening and Discussion: Two Schools

An Evening with Orzeck ’68 Distinguished Artist-in-Residence, Yvonne Rainer – Film and Conversation Series “Lives of Performers” (1972)

Creative Writing Lecture: Renee Gladman

A Slavic Celebration

Directing Thesis: As You Like It

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition Reception

Arts at Earl: First Flight: Maxwell Anderson’s “Mary of Scotland”

Max Ritvo Poetry Reading Series: Featuring Brenda Hillman

Music Before 1800: Alkemie

The Lowdown: Conversations with Christian

The Young Company Presents: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ by William Shakespeare

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

Bard Hall Players Presents Lear

Directing Thesis: As You Like It

Composer Portraits: John Zorn

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Talk Series: Artists Using Data

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month Gallery Reception

Opening: Women in the Heights – Creating for Change

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

Bard Hall Players Presents Lear

Directing Thesis: As You Like It

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Bard Hall Players Presents Lear

Directing Thesis: As You Like It

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

Uptown Nights: Guthrie Ramsey’s MusiQology Presents Hide/Melt/Ghost

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

Bard Hall Players Presents Lear

Directing Thesis: As You Like It

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Christ Chapel Chamber Series: Phenomenal Women

Film Screening: Warrior Women by Christina D. King and Elizabeth Castle

It’s Sunday: Grant Wareham

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Kaffeestunde, German Conversation Hour

Moving Bodies in Translation; La rage de vivre

2019 Women’s Jazz Festival Week 2: A Salute to Women in Bebop

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Book Talk: The Hungry Steppe: Famine, Violence, and the Making of Soviet Kazakhstan by Sarah Cameron

Book talk: Changing the World Without Losing Your Mind, with Alex Counts, Author and Founder of Grameen Foundation

Pop-Up Concerts: Marilyn Nonken — Spectral Salon

Music at St. Paul’s: John Tarbet

Paris to Pittsburgh: Documentary Screening & Panel Discussion

Jules et Jim by François Truffaut, 1962, 105 minutes

Moving Bodies in Translation; La rage de vivre

The Lowdown: Conversations with Christian

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Noonday Concert: City Winds Trio

An Evening with Orzeck ’68 Distinguished Artist-in-Residence, Yvonne Rainer – Film and Conversation Series Screening 2 “Privilege (1990)

Lou Reed Drones

Film Screening & Discussion: An Unprecedented Campaign

I-House Documentary World Premiere: “Walk On My Own” by 13-year Old Filmmaker Ndèye Fatou Fall

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Book Talk: Moscow Rules: What Drives Russia to Confront the West by Keir Giles

Film: El Pueblo Se Levanta

The Young Company Presents: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ by William Shakespeare

The Paris Photo

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Talk Series: Artists Using Data

School Day Live: iRetumba! Journey through the Caribbean

School Day Live: iRetumba! Journey through the Caribbean

War and Peace: Music by Contemporary Women Composers

Amore Opera Presents New English Production of Mozart’s “Così fan tutte”

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Family Movie

Precollege Faculty Concert in Greenfield Hall

Amore Opera Presents New English Production of Mozart’s “Così fan tutte”

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Amore Opera Presents New English Production of Mozart’s “Così fan tutte”

It’s Sunday: Richard Gress

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Master Class with Glenn Dicterow, Violin

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Music at St. Paul’s: David Ordovsky and Yunzhuo Gan

The Lowdown: Conversations with Christian

Healing Journeys with the Black Madonna: An Evening with Alessandra Belloni

Book Talk with Lauren Wilkinson and Glory Edim

Amore Opera Presents Meyerbeer’s Rarity “Dinorah”

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Ed Barker, Principal Double Bass of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, OP Master Class

Nina Lee Cello Master Class in Miller Recital Hall

Yen-I Lee Collaborative Piano Master Class in Greenfield Hall

Call it Grace Book Launch & Panel Discussion

Emanuele Arciuli, piano

Pinchas Zukerman Celebration

Amore Opera Presents Meyerbeer’s Rarity “Dinorah”

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To New York With Love: Remembering Jonas Mekas

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Woman Authors Round Table

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Flute Masterclass with Gergely Ittzes, International Soloist and Faculty at Szechenyi University

Limon Dance Company

Music Before 1800: Paul O’Dette, Lute

Great Organ: Raymond Nagem

Broadway Bach Ensemble

Amore Opera Presents New English Production of Mozart’s “Così fan tutte”

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The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Talk Series: Artists Using Data

Master Class with Steven Schick, Percussion

Friday Soul

Limon Dance Company

Meet Marlon Brando

Amore Opera Presents New English Production of Mozart’s “Così fan tutte”

MSM Composers’ Orchestra Directed By George Manahan

MSM Artists in Residence: American String Quartet

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Just Kidding: Papa Siama and Auntie Dallas

Special Story Time: Grandpa Stops a War by Susan Robeson

Family Movie

Amore Opera Presents Meyerbeer’s Rarity “Dinorah”

Flutes of the World

The Harlem Chamber Players Spring Concert

Uptown Saturday Night Swing Dance

Uptown Nights: Wepa! Movement, Culture and Music – The Curtis Brothers and Circa ’95

Ensemble Luini

Amore Opera Presents Meyerbeer’s Rarity “Dinorah”

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Amore Opera Presents New English Production of Mozart’s “Così fan tutte”

The Nellie Melba Project: Soprano and Flute Recital

41st Annual English Handbell Festival

It’s Sunday: Shannon Murphy

Manhattan Chamber Players at HVG’s Lounge!

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The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Kaffeestunde, German Conversation Hour

2019 Women’s Jazz Festival Week 4: Closing Night!

Musical Teachers of Tomorrow Concert

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The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Exhibit – Listen to Silence and Speak: The Leningrad Underground and Joseph Brodsky

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Music at St. Paul’s: Angela Owens

Exhibit Opening. Listen to Silence and Speak: The Leningrad Underground and Joseph Brodsky

Artur Balsam Competition for Duos

Student Composers’ Concert in Ades Performance Space

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March Avery ’54 Exhibition

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Exhibit – Listen to Silence and Speak: The Leningrad Underground and Joseph Brodsky

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Noonday Concert: Sasha Papernik & Alexander Wu

March Avery (BC’54) Exhibition Opening Reception

An Evening with Orzeck ’68 Distinguished Artist-in-Residence, Yvonne Rainer – Film and Conversation Series Screening 3 “Murder is murder (1996)

Film Screening : I Am Not Your Negro

Monsters

Artur Balsam Competition for Duos

MSM Percussion Ensemble in Neidorff-Karpati Hall

Directing Thesis: Hadrian & Antinous

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March Avery ’54 Exhibition

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Exhibit – Listen to Silence and Speak: The Leningrad Underground and Joseph Brodsky

Woodwind Lab Flute Masterclass with Jasmine Choi, International Soloist

Macy Gallery Exhibition – Coming Home: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

The Alan M. and Joan Taub Ades Vocal Competition

Drum Circles as Culture Circles

Film Screening: Journey from the Fall (Viet. Vượt Sóng) with film director Ham Tran

Little Apple the Series – Screening & Panel Discussion

MSM Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra Directed by Arturo O’Farrill

‘Deadline at Dawn’ and ‘Nightmare’ (Double Feature)

Directing Thesis: Hadrian & Antinous

Composer Portraits: Tyshawn Sorey

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March Avery ’54 Exhibition

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Exhibit – Listen to Silence and Speak: The Leningrad Underground and Joseph Brodsky

Talk Series: Artists Using Data

Directing Thesis: Hadrian & Antinous

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March Avery ’54 Exhibition

Directing Thesis: Hadrian & Antinous

Family Movie

Directing Thesis: Hadrian & Antinous

Two Wings: The Music of Black America in Migration

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March Avery ’54 Exhibition

The Harlem Chamber Players Season Finale Gala Concert

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March Avery ’54 Exhibition

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Exhibit – Listen to Silence and Speak: The Leningrad Underground and Joseph Brodsky

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March Avery ’54 Exhibition

The Interchurch Center Celebrates Women’s History Month

Exhibit – Listen to Silence and Speak: The Leningrad Underground and Joseph Brodsky

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March Avery ’54 Exhibition

Exhibit – Listen to Silence and Speak: The Leningrad Underground and Joseph Brodsky

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March Avery ’54 Exhibition

Exhibit – Listen to Silence and Speak: The Leningrad Underground and Joseph Brodsky

Jesse Blumberg & Simon Martyn-Ellis

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March Avery ’54 Exhibition

Exhibit – Listen to Silence and Speak: The Leningrad Underground and Joseph Brodsky

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March Avery ’54 Exhibition

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