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The "Harlem Resonance" Spring Festival returns to Symphony Space for the third year, spotlighting the rich cultural history of the area with a Sunday film series of documentaries, classic films and more. Catch great movies like 1939's "Stormy Weather" with Lena Horne, the 1939 musical melodrama "Moon Over Harlem," and Oscar Micheaux's "Swing!" and the silent "Body and Soul" starring Paul Robeson. Authors like Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, Zora Neale Hurston, W.E.B. Du Bois and more are celebrated through a variety of documentaries. An archival song or dance clip from the Harlem Renaissance kicks off each screening in the series as well. Please see the full event description for more info on the films and the lineup.
Evoking the spirit of Piaf, Floanne takes her audience on a romantic journey in song. From the Metropolitan Room and The Triad to NPR, this original and charming chanteuse offers French classics, opera arias and her own songs with Joe Cohn on guitar, Ian James on piano, and Ray Parker on bass. Perfect for Valentine's Day, especially when served with a complimentary glass of robust French Bordeaux.
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Voucher expires after the concert on November 6th 2012. All payments will be taken on jdeal website. Customer will bring voucher receipt to Box Office to receive ticket. No cash or credit back. Box office Open Sunday-Tuesday 1pm-6pm and two hours prior to performance. Open during performance.
Feel the emotions of a Holocaust survivor as you listen to his story through music and get to know the experiences of Terezin concentration camp using music as a tool for release. With this unique jdeal, for just $15 you can see "From A Vanished World" and truly remember those who perished during one of the darkest periods for the Jewish people. This program features Terezin concentration camp composer Viktor Ullmann's Quartet No. 3, a new work by Gerald Cohen, Playing for Our Lives, a contemporary tribute to the musical life of the camp, and Shostakovich's towering Quartet No. 8, dedicated to the victims of fascism and war. A conversation with Terezin survivor Ela Weissberger and Gerald Cohen illuminates this powerful music. Cassatt QuartetMuneko Otani, violinJennifer Leshnower, violinSarah Adams, violaNicole Johnson, cello "deeply considered, emotionally supple performance..." -Allan Kozinn, The New York Times Limited tickets available so buy quick! Symphony Space’s mission, as a pre-eminent multi-disciplinary performing arts center, is to offer artistic leadership that promotes innovation, excellence, engagement, and accessibility to artists and audiences alike.
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