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Written in Paris in 1944, this collection of short pieces, "contemplations," on the figures present at the birth of Christ reflects the extraordinary times and an outpouring of gratitude by the composer. "Messiaen's mystical music invites out-of-body experiences. ... That was certainly the effect of Christopher Taylor's spellbinding performance of the work. ... He has found a way to make the piano sound as if it could levitate." –Los Angeles Times This concert is presented in front of the Museum's Christmas Tree and Neapolitan Baroque Crèche in the Medieval Sculpture Hall. The exhibit of the crèche is made possible by gifts to The Christmas Tree Fund and the Loretta Hines Howard Fund.
An exhibition that features never seen before Maciunas pieces and illuminates a pivotal period in New York City and contemporary art's recent history A free event open to the public WHAT: Anything can substitute art: George Maciunas in SoHo, a singular exhibition that brings never seen before Maciunas pieces to the United States, sheds new light on a pivotal historic period for both the city of New York and contemporary art's recent history. By connecting the countercultural activism of the 1960’s and 1970’s to the moment of Fluxus, an international network of artists, composers and designers noted for blending different artistic media and disciplines in the 1960s, the exhibition features over 170 objects, documents, ephemera, personal items, and films. These works were created by a variety of Fluxus artists, specifically focusing on the Fluxus founder and self-appointed "chairman," George Maciunas (1931-1978, graduated from The Cooper Union in 1952). The exhibition will include rarely exhibited early work by Maciunas, such as his self-portraits, as well as the entire Atlas of Russian History (1953), along with Fluxus manifestos, charts, interviews, and Maciunas’ plans for artist housing in SoHo. Anything can substitute art: George Maciunas in SoHo was created in collaboration with The Jonas Mekas Visual Arts Center, Vilnius, Lithuania, and The School of Art at The Cooper Union. WHERE: The Cooper Union - 41 Cooper Gallery 41 Cooper Square (entrance at 3rd Ave at East 7th Street) Lower Level 1 NY, NY, 10003 Subways: Astor Place (6), 8th Street (N, R) WHEN: Opening reception: Tuesday, December 11, 2012 from 6-8PM, closing February 2, 2013 Gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11 am to 6 pm Dates closed: Mondays, Sundays, and winter holiday (Friday, December 21, 2012- Tuesday, January 1, 2013) COST: Free and open to the public INFO: 212.353.4200, or email email@example.com Find The Cooper Union on Facebook at https://facebook.com/cooperuni on and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/cooperunion .
December 11, 2012 Tuesday 8:00 PM Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater The Juilliard School, 155 W. 65th St., Third Floor New York, New York 10023 Double Bill: One-Act Operas by Britten and Vaughan Williams Mark Shapiro, conductor John Giampietro, director BRITTEN Curlew River Members of the Juilliard Orchestra Chorus of Juilliard singers Featuring Kyle Bielfield as the Madwoman, Tobias Greenhalgh as the Ferryman, Emmett O'Hanlon as the Traveller, Ying Fang as the Spirit of the Boy, and Davone Tines as the Leader of the Pilgrims VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Riders to the Sea Adam Nielsen, piano Chorus of Juilliard singers Featuring Lacey Jo Benter as Maurya, Emmett O'Hanlon as Bartley, Simone Easthope as Cathleen, Laura Mixter as Nora, and Kara Sainz as A Woman Juilliard Opera explores the bonds between mothers and sons through the production of two British one-act operas--Benjamin Britten's Curlew River and Ralph Vaughan Williams' Riders to the Sea. Based on Motomasa's Japanese musical drama Sumidagawa and translated to a Christian parable by librettist William Plomer, Curlew River tells the tale of a woman searching for her missing son. Premiered in 1937 and inspired by Irish playwright John Millington Synge's tragedy of the same name, Riders to the Sea examines an elderly woman's fears of losing her remaining sea-faring sons Very limited seating FREE tickets available 12/3
Please join us for our 4th annual holiday party, an art-filled evening highlighting artwork by our students in Adama, Ethiopia. About Seeds of Africa: Seeds of Africa is a non-profit organization that seeks to create a self-sustaining model for education and community development that can be replicated in other African communities. Beginning in Ethiopia, Seeds of Africa educates and nurtures gifted children, young adults, and communities with support that meets basic needs, an innovative curriculum and community development programs. Moving beyond the traditional aid model by shifting from mere relief efforts, Seeds of Africa gives students, families and communities the skills they need to support themselves and rise above poverty.