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The Trinity Youth Chorus performs its annual concert of Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols, and leads holiday caroling with the audience after the concert. Melissa Attebury conducts. The Youth Chorus is the voice of youth in Lower Manhattan, providing a unique musical environment for young singers. A collective of community choirs, the chorus offers music education and performance opportunities for girls and boys, ages 5-18.
Break out the hot toddies, hot chocolate, and Christmas cookies! Get in the holiday mood with Sue & Edd’s FABULOUS Christmas Show. This is our seventh year doing the show, and we're excited to be doing two performances at Don’t Tell Mama’s. There'll be some old favorites, some new takes on holiday classics, some great new songs, and our special guests Three Tenors In Search of an Act. See you there!
Known for deconstructing music to its bare bones, four piece band Aabaraki is Brooklyn’s own reduction-stutter-funk band. Last summer, the band released its self-titled album, Aabaraki and toured all over the east coast. This spring, they released The Emancipation Part 1. Their anticipated upcoming album was produced and crafted by band members and includes songs like "Happy Ending" and "Karate." Accomplished musicians in their own right, individually, members have worked alongside the likes of hip-hop band The Nillaz, George Clinton, Jamiroquai, Ari Folman-Cohen, Bobby Previte and Patti Smith.
December 14, 2012 Friday 8:00 PM Alice Tully Hall Lincoln Center Juilliard Historical Performance's new Artistic Director Robert Mealy leads Juilliard415 for the first time RAMEAU Suite from Dardanus RAMEAU Suite from Castor et Pollux An influential figure of the French Baroque, Jean-Philippe Rameau's operatic works--the fantastical Dardanus and the mythological Castor et Pollux--feature extensive orchestral dance suites, which proved to be an essential element to French opera of the Baroque era FREE tickets available 11/30
December 14, 2012 8 p.m. Peter Jay Sharp Theater 155 W 65th Street New York, New York New Dances: Edition 2012 brings together four of today's notable choreographers, assigned to create world-premiere commissions for each class in The Juilliard School's Dance Division Choreographers: Camille A. Brown: Freshmen Emery LeCrone: Sophomores Susan Shields: Juniors Jarek Cemerek: Seniors Queens native Camille A. Brown is the artistic director of her own company, and was chosen by Robert Battle of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater to choreograph students in their training program last season. Choreographer Emery LeCrone was recently honored by an inaugural New York City Center fellowship for choreographic research. Susan Shields is a principal dancer from the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company and current professor at George Mason University. Up-and-coming Czech choreographer Jarek Cemerek currently teaches at the Palucca Schule in Dresden, Germany, and his work with the BalletBoyz in London last season was praised by The Arts Desk as "a pulsing, driving, compellingly theatrical event, lit with noir-ish style and ferocity" FREE tickets available 11/28
CAMBA, a Brooklyn-based multi- service organization, hosts its Annual Shona Holiday Sale on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 14 through Dec. 16, at its gallery at 19 Winthrop Street in Flatbush, Brooklyn. The Gallery is open 12 pm to 5 pm both days.