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CG: RYAN O'CONNOR EATS HIS FEELINGS Opens at Laurie Beechman, 5/2
by NYC News Desk - May 02, 2011

Joining Ryan O'Connor on the opening night of Ryan O'Connor Eats His Feelings on May 2 will be Susan Blackwell (title of show) and Katie Thompson (Spidermusical). The evening's proceeds will benefit The Trevor Project. The Trevor Project is determined to end suicide among LGBTQ youth by providing life-saving and life-affirming resources including our nationwide, 24/7 crisis intervention lifeline, digital community and advocacy/educational programs that create a safe, supportive and positive environment for everyone.


CG: Riverside Symphony Presents GOLDKIND, 6/10
by NYC News Desk - May 02, 2011

New York's "intrepid" Riverside Symphony will celebrate its 30th-anniversary season at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, on Friday June 10, 2011, at 7:30 p.m. with the world premiere of Goldkind, by Anthony Korf, the orchestra's founding Artistic Director and Composer-in-Residence, and Sabina Sciubba, international pop diva/songwriter, best known for her years as frontwoman for the New York cult-band Brazilian Girls. The new work is based on an original fairytale co-penned by Sciubba and Korf. Singing and narrating, Sciubba, a riveting presence, will join Music Director and Conductor George Rothman and his Riverside Symphony musicians in this trail­blazing work, a 21st-century tribute to Prokofiev's timeless Peter and the Wolf, engaging young audiences and mature listeners alike. The collaboration in part stems from the catholic musical interests of Goldkind's creators: Korf, with his lifelong passion for jazz and pop, and Sciubba, who has closely followed classical music since her early training. Korf characterizes the collaborative experience as "...daunting but inspiring, thanks to Sabina's intuitive depth and brilliance as a performer" and also speaks of his challenge to "...incorporate with integrity" while reaching the broadest possible audience. Sciubba offers that "writing with Anthony Korf was poetically, musically, and humanly very instructive." She also reveals: "Goldkind is very much inspired by my childhood, although distorted, of course, for dramatic value. I added some bizarre elements to it, which wouldn't seem credible in an autobiography."


CG: Women Who Care Honor Bush, Nemcova et al.; Trump, Lehmkuhl Present, 5/3
by NYC News Desk - May 03, 2011

Loreen Arbus, Founder & Chair of Women Who Care and Edward R. Matthews, CEO of United Cerebral Palsy of New York City, have announced the 2011 Celebrity Presenter Line-up for The Diamond Anniversary Women Who Care Luncheon to benefit United Cerebral Palsy of New York City. The event will be held on Thursday, May 5th, at Cipriani 42nd Street. Women Who Care celebrates the accomplishments of women as caregivers, volunteers and professionals.


CG: NYFOS Presents PHIL KLINE & FRIENDS Tonight
by NYC News Desk - May 03, 2011

On Tuesday, May 3 at 7:00pm, the New York Festival of Song (NYFOS) closes its 2010-11 season with NYFOS Next: PHIL KLINE & FRIENDS, as part of The Movado Hour at the Baryshnikov Arts Center.


CG: Chamber Music America Presents Free Workshop 5/3
by NYC News Desk - May 03, 2011

Chamber Music America's May 3 First Tuesdays workshop will be presented by teaching artist and jazz pianist Eli Yamin.


CG: NYC Parks & Rec Seeks Proposals for Horseback Riding Concession
by NYC News Desk - May 03, 2011

Parks & Recreation today announces that a Request for Proposals ("RFP") has been issued for the development, operation and maintenance of a horseback riding concession in Central Park at a site adjacent to the North Meadow Recreation Center.


CG: Made Event Welcomes Gareth Emery, 5/13
by NYC News Desk - May 03, 2011

Made Event is proud to present one of the world's leading DJ/producer, UK's Gareth Emery for an exclusive visit to Pacha NYC on Friday, May 13, 2011.


CG: Lincoln Center Bound MAGIC FLUTE Wins 2011 Moliere Award
by NYC News Desk - May 03, 2011

A Magic Flute, Peter Brook's production with the acclaimed Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, was awarded France's esteemed Molière Award for best musical theater at a ceremony on Sunday, April 17 in Paris. Lincoln Center Festival 2011 will present the U.S. Premiere of A Magic Flute, an intimate 90-minute, fully-staged adaptation of the beloved Mozart opera, in sixteen performances July 5-17 at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater. Like his ground-breaking La Tragédie de Carmen (which was performed in New York at the Vivian Beaumont Theater in 1983), Brook's free interpretation of The Magic Flute, performed by an ensemble of two actors and alternating casts of seven singers with pianist, is a poetic invocation with its spare and subtle staging shedding new, vibrating light on Mozart's masterpiece.


CG: B.B. King Blues Club Announces Upcoming Events
by NYC News Desk - May 03, 2011

B.B. King Blues Club Announces Upcoming Events.


CG: Treehouse Shakers Presents Coyote's Dance 5/4-7
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

Treehouse Shakers Presents Coyote's Dance on May 4, 5, & 6 @ 11 am (School Performances), May 7 @ 1:30 pm (Public Performances) at The Ailey Citigroup Theater


CG: Guggenheim Museum Presents 'Intervals: Futurefarmers' 5/4-5/14
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

From May 4 to May 14, 2011, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum will present Intervals: Futurefarmers, the fourth installment of its contemporary art series designed to reflect the spirit of today's innovative practices.


CG: Gering and Lopez Gallery Presents LEO VILLAREAL May 4-June 25
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

GERING & LóPEZ GALLERY is pleased to present Leo Villareal: Volume. This is Villareal’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery.


CG: Guggenheim Presents Intervals: Futurefarmers
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

INTERVALS: FUTUREFARMERS May 4–14, 2011 Futurefarmers, a San Francisco–based art collective, creates projects that are diverse both in terms of production and in their strategies of audience engagement.


CG: Guggenheim Museum Presents 'Intervals: Futurefarmers' 5/4-5/14
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

From May 4 to May 14, 2011, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum will present Intervals: Futurefarmers, the fourth installment of its contemporary art series designed to reflect the spirit of today's innovative practices.


CG: Nugent, Lofgren & Manzarek & Top Iridium's All-Star May Line-Up
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

The Iridium has an historic lineup on tap for May, with guitar giant Ted Nugent joining the Les Paul Trio and Neil Young/E Street Band guitarist Nils Lofgren performing with his acoustic duo.


CG: Alan Gilbert Conducts Bartok's Violin Concerto No. 2 At New York Philharmonic 5/4
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

Music Director Alan Gilbert, The Yoko Nagae Ceschina Chair, will lead the New York Philharmonic in Bartók's Violin Concerto No. 2, with Lisa Batiashvili as soloist, and Beethoven's Symphony No. 3, Eroica, Wednesday, May 4, 2011, at 7:30 p.m., Friday, May 6, at 8:00 p.m., and Saturday, May 7, at 8:00 p.m. These are the Orchestra's final concerts before departing for the EUROPE / SPRING 2011 tour; both works on this program will also be performed on this tour of European capitals.


CG: House Research Institute Presents SOUND RULES
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

The House Research Institute (HRI) announced that it will host "Sound Rules! A Sound & Hearing Celebration" for teens at the Director's Guild of America (DGA) Theatre in New York City on May 4. The after-school event, that is designed to encourage healthy hearing practices among teens, is free and will feature Paul Stanley, the frontman and co-founder of the iconic band KISS, NYC indie-band "I Love Monsters" as well as House Clinic Otologist M. Jennifer Derebery, M.D.


CG: House Research Institute Brings Sound Rules! To NY Teens 5/4
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

The House Research Institute (HRI) announced that it will host " Sound Rules! A Sound & Hearing Celebration" for teens at the Director's Guild of America (DGA) Theatre in New York City on May 4.


CG: Jazz Singer Carol Fredette to Perform 5/4 & 5/15
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

Jazz Singer Carol Fredette announces two upcoming performances at the Sanctuary of Saint Peter's Lutheran Church on May 4 and Monmouth County Library on May 15.


CG: Time Out New York Lounge To Present Fashion Forward
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

The Time Out New York Lounge will present Fashion Forward, New York’s only fashion design competition / AIDS benefit - every Wednesday (at 11PM) in May at New World Stages.


CG: ACFNY Presents Young Quartet Ferments Styles Beyond Tradition
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

On Wednesday, May 4, at 7:30 PM, the up-and-coming Viennese progressive jazz quartet Kompost 3 will present their self-titled debut album to a New York audience. Trumpet, e-piano, drums, bass, and subtle electronics provide the sonic groundwork for this young and funky instrumental jazz band.


CG: Gering and Lopez Gallery Presents LEO VILLAREAL May 4-June 25
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

GERING & LóPEZ GALLERY is pleased to present Leo Villareal: Volume. This is Villareal’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery.


CG: Guggenheim Presents Intervals: Futurefarmers
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

INTERVALS: FUTUREFARMERS May 4–14, 2011 Futurefarmers, a San Francisco–based art collective, creates projects that are diverse both in terms of production and in their strategies of audience engagement.


CG: Puglia Center To Hold The Puglia’s Italy Award of Excellence in America 5/4
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

The Puglia Center of America will hold the "Puglia’s Italy Award of Excellence in America" on May 4 at 6:30 PM, at the John Calandra Institute of New York (25 West 43rd Street 17th Floor, New York, NY 10036)


CG: Joyce DiDonato Stars in Met's Ariadne auf Naxos May 7-13
by NYC News Desk - May 04, 2011

Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato – coming off rave reviews for her role debut as Isolier in the Metropolitan Opera’s new production of Rossini’s rarely-seen Le comte Ory – takes to the Met stage again on May 7-13 to make her house role debut as the Composer in Richard Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos.



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