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YOU CAN TELL THE DEVIL THAT I'M BACK! is a gospel stage play that you do not want to miss. The acting is phenomenal, the singing is exceptional and the message of deliverance rings loud and clear!
Pre-College Faculty pianist Joanna Chao in recital
Joel Sachs, conductor Anat Pick, sound-text Davone Tines, bass-baritone Chino TOLEDO (Philippines) Mga Sulyap sa Simbahan ng Quapo Mula so Kalve Echague (Glimpses of Quiapo Church from Echague Street) (2004)* Andrew FORD (Australia) The Unquiet Grave for viola and sinfonietta (1998)* Menachem ZUR (Israel) Cartoons for voice and chamber orchestra (2005-2008)* Du YUN (China/United States) Impeccable Quake (2000) Chinary UNG (Cambodia/United States) Rain of Tears (2006)** * United States premiere ** New York premiere The New Juilliard Ensemble opens its twentieth season with a program featuring composers from Asia and the southern Pacific
City Harvest, the world's first food rescue organization dedicated to feeding New York City’s hungry men, women, and children, is gearing up for its second annual Brooklyn Local, a fundraising event featuring artisanal food and fun activities for the whole family.
Creative Outlet Dance Theatre’s “Urban Roots,” with Opening Act Courtney Giannone performing “Protean Acts”Presented by The BEAT Festival
As part of the BEAT Festival (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater), Jamel Gaines’ Creative Outlet Dance Theatre performs “Urban Roots.” One of Brooklyn’s favorite dance companies, Creative Outlet merges rigorous classical and modern technique with African-American soul and spirit. Courtney Giannone will perform an opening act, “Protean Acts.” Courtney’s breathtaking choreographic productions have been performed nationally and internationally, and merge several modalities of art including: modern dance, cyr wheel, acrobatics, video projection, and music.
The BEAT Festival and Brooklyn Public Library Present the Final Showing of Elevator Repair Service’s “Shuffle”
As part of the BEAT Festival (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater), American Opera Projects & Opera on Tap performs “OPERAtion Brooklyn.” In a casual atmosphere, progressive new works of opera are presented by young composers and performers. This sophisticated and sexy piece challenges the conventions of one of the oldest vocal forms by presenting opera about texting and walking, opera about the subway, and even opera about “Stop-nd-Frisk.”
As part of the BEAT Festival (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater), world-renowned tap dancer Marshall L. Davis Jr. performs “Marshall Davis Jr. & Friends.” Davis, a Crown Heights-based hoofer who regularly performs with Savion Glover, makes profound music in the tradition of tap. Flanked by special guests in his unique choreography, Davis will bring his extraordinary, organic musicality to Brooklyn.