Category - Featured Events

Cathedral in Context: Spotlight on Morningside Heights

The Cathedral spurred the growth of Morningside Heights into becoming one of Manhattan’s most unique neighborhoods. Go back in time on an illustrated walking tour of the neighborhood and its historic architecture and institutions, and learn about its development into the “Acropolis of Manhattan.” The tour begins at the Cathedral and ends at Riverside Church. Led by Cathedral>>>

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16th Annual NYC Kidsfest – Morningside and Jackie Robinson Park

As part of NYC’s Open Culture Program, NYC  Kidsfest will be taking to the streets this year—literally!!!  We are thrilled to be part of this innovative initiative that brings the performing arts to open street spaces.   And have we got a great  show for kids and their families. June 19th – Morningside Park June 20th – Jackie Robinson Park   Headliners include: SAUL PAUL GRAMMY>>>

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Juneteenth 2021: Get Us Free

On Juneteenth, Middle Church and The Riverside Church have partnered for a multicultural, Black-led celebration and fundraiser, produced by Charles Randolph-Wright and Shanta Thake. Join in-person, or stream virtually, for an evening showcasing a rare LIVE performance by Stephanie Mills who will debut her new single, “Let’s Do the Right Thing.” This ticketed event will be hosted>>>

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TC Community Juneteenth Celebration!

Please join us virtually for the first annual Teachers College Community Juneteenth Celebration featuring Dr. Annette Gordon-Reed, Carl M. Loeb University Professor at Harvard University and author of the historical memoir On Juneteenth. The celebration will also include a student performance of Lift Every Voice and Sing, a performance of Still I Rise by the TC Community Choir, as well as>>>

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All-American Freedom Day: Only Together Are We Free

Juneteenth commemorates our nation’s true independence—the day when all members of the newly reunited nation were finally declared free after the American Civil War. More than 400 years after the first enslaved African people were brought to the North American colonies, the fight for equality continues. Rev. Dr. James A. Forbes Jr. leads this celebration—along with special guest Wayne Brady—to>>>

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Pity These Ashes: TULSA 1921-2021

This is an online event with no live audience. We hope you will join us. PROGRAM Jessie Montgomery Starburst Alice Coltrane Prema for Harp and Strings arranged by Tom Cunningham of Urban Playground Orchestra Adolphus Hailstork TULSA 1921 (Pity Theses Ashes, Pity This Dust) for Mezzo-Soprano and Chamber Orchestra *World Premiere – libretto by Herbert Woodward Martin Trevor Weston The People>>>

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