The wind chill is in the 30s as I type this, but we’re a week away from May and it’ll be June before you know it. In a telltale sign that summer is just around the corner, yesterday the City Parks Foundation released the schedule for SummerStage 2013, New York City’s largest free performing arts [...]
I’m not sure where the time went, but we’re a week away from May and it’ll be June before you know it. In a telltale sign that summer is just around the corner, yesterday the City Parks Foundation announced the 2012 season of SummerStage, New York City’s largest free performing arts festival.
Central Park’s SummerStage season is getting even closer, with the season’s free shows getting announced starting April 1st and more bands lined up to do benefit shows this summer. This week, the City Parks Foundation announced that Guster, the Boston-born rock band with a great live show, will perform a SummerStage show with Jack’s Mannequin, [...]
Come to the Columbus Square Whole Foods Market (Columbus near 97th) tonight or upcoming Fridays through April 8th to enjoy some jazz while you pick up your groceries. The Jazz Legend Spring Series, a weekly series of performances honoring the great musicians that played at Mikell’s Jazz Club, the former resident of 97th and Columbus, [...]
Come to Symphony Space (Broadway at 95th) starting Monday, March 28th to enjoy the Cutting Edge Concerts New Music Festival 2011. For over a decade, composer Victoria Bond has brought the finest performers and composers together in this festival, and this year’s series offers a vivid sampling of today’s music. Both composers who have established [...]
The City Parks Foundation, the group that runs the mostly-free summertime concerts at Central Park’s SummerStage, has announced that the 2011 season will come out soon through Twitter. A portion of the upcoming 26th SummerStage season will start to come out on Friday, April 1st at 12:00 pm, and one SummerStage performance will be announced [...]
The Wall Street Journal reports that the New York City Ballet is slated to become one of the country’s first major performing arts companies to oversee and set limits on employees’ social media accounts. The new policy is reportedly a result of one employee’s tweets. Devin Alberda, a member of the company’s corps de ballet, [...]