Common Ground features artists seemingly different in discipline, practices, or cultural identity who explore global connections, celebrating distinctions that make cultures unique. Our NEW series Common Ground: Mini-Global Mashups are curated by acclaimed trumpeter and composer Frank London (The Klezmatics) bringing together two amazing global music artists along with accompanists for an afternoon of music, conversation and exploration. Post-show Q&A.
California-grown, Brooklyn-based Eva Salina is a groundbreaking interpreter of Balkan Romani (gypsy) songs joined by her duo partner, accordionist Peter Stan. In their collaboration, Eva & Peter pick up the threads of an interrupted legacy of empowered female voices in Balkan Romani music. Seeking to amplify and celebrate voices of past generations of Romani women musicians, they employ tenderness, grace, and friendship in keeping these songs alive and evolving, while tending to living traditions and sharing with new generations.
Zhenya Lopatnik lives and works in NY. She sings and composes music, creates art, and works as a Jewish Educator with different communities. Zhenya’s musical projects include the Ukraine based ensemble Kharkov Klezmer Band with Yuriy Khainson, the Israeli-Uranian band Zapekanka, Ternovka – Old and new Yiddish ballads, and Tender Yiddish – playing music from Jewish lullabies to getto songs.
In-Person Tickets: $15/$12 Members; Virtual Tickets: $7/$5 Members
All individuals must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and matching identification to attend this event. If you are interested in attending this event in person, please read the full COVID Safety Policy carefully before purchasing tickets.
This program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.
Meet at the little church in Fort Tilden. We will hike along the beach, dunes, and woodland trails to look for eagles, hawks, falcons, osprey, other raptors, and monarch butterflies as they migrate south along the coast. We will also visit the hawk watch platform on top of Battery Harris East.
The walk will be led by the Littoral Society’s Don Riepe. Bring binoculars. Youngsters welcome. You must be vaccinated and wear a mask.
Location: Fort Tilden, Range Rd
Breezy Point, NY
For more info and directions call 718-474-0896 or e-mail email@example.com This is a partnership program with NYC Audubon.
Monthly Jazz Jams return live at Flushing Town Hall the second Wednesday of every month! Open to professional jazz musicians, graduate students studying jazz, music educators and serious hobbyists, Louis Armstrong Legacy Monthly Jazz Jams invites musicians to perform at Flushing Town Hall. All are welcome, regardless of instrument (vocalists, too!). Our Steinway baby grand and drum kit are available at each Jam. House Band and Jam Sessions are led by Carol Sudhalter, with Joe Vincent Tranchina, Scott Neumann, and Eric Lemon. Don’t play, but love jazz? Come listen!
$10/FREE for Members, Students, & Jamming Musicians
Queensborough Performing Arts Center
Weekly Live-streaming VIRTUAL entertainment!
View on YouTube or directly through our website (www.visitQPAC.org).
10/14 – MICHAEL HOLLAND: BROADWAY’s ARRANGER
10/19 – NAME THAT TUBE/Bingo
10/21 – ROBERT KLEIN – Legendary Comedian!
10/28 – Brian Wilson & Theresa Sareo: What The World Need Now!
For Information: www.visitQPAC.org
Just as sturdy scaffolding is needed when building a structure that then comes down once the structure is stable and built, good parenting provides children with steady, warm, emotional nourishment on the path toward independence. Never-ending parental problem-solving and involvement can have the opposite effect, enabling fragility and anxiety over time. World-renowned child psychiatrist Harold Koplewicz will explain how to prevent and counteract the anxiety and emotional fragility prevalent in children and teenagers today, introducing a new parenting philosophy and strategies that give children the tools to flourish on their own.
This is a free event, but registration is required. Registration is available now through our new system. Visit community.commonpointqueens.org to register (if you have not yet created a community account, you must do so here. If you have already created an account for summer speakers or other programs, please log in using that account).
For instructions on how to register, click here.
For a full list of our Fall Virtual Cultural Arts Speakers and Events, visit commonpointqueens.org/cultural. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TAKE ROOT IS A MONTHLY CURATED SERIES THAT SUPPORTS DANCE MAKERS BY PROVIDING AN OPPORTUNITY TO PRESENT A PAIRED EVENING OF WORK. PARTICIPATING ARTISTS BUILD THEIR BODY OF WORK; NETWORK WITH FELLOW CHOREOGRAPHERS, DANCERS, AND COLLABORATORS; AND FIND NEW AUDIENCES.
Who Knows the Show presents a journey from East to West and beyond! From rural Japan to New York City, everyday life and extraordinary events are told through dance, theater, comedy and music. Directed and choreographed by Aya Jane Saotome in collaboration with the dancers and musicians.
A collaged duet performance work, O Fallen Angel utilizes the body and performance as a vessel – a container for meaning-making. Confronting our collective and personal assumptions, perceptions, desires and relationship to the moving body on stage; this work is expressed through a patchwork of images, rigorous repetition, stillness, and deep formalism. O Fallen Angel is a vase for the audience to fill and a vase for the performer to hold. It is a work about ghosts and Enya, Florida, deserted places, mundane tasks, Haint Blue, relationship, desire, shame, rigor, repetition and what we hide under the surface – just right under the surface.
Open House New York Weekend is the city’s largest free, public architecture and design festival, and this year’s festival will include a mix of in-person and virtual experiences. Bayside Historical Society is proud to be participating online with a special expanded Virtual Tour of our landmarked 1887 Castle in Fort Totten. Enjoy virtual views of the exterior and interior of this historic Gothic Revival-style building, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
Visit https://www.baysidehistorical.org/events-1/open-house-new-york-3 for more information and come back on October 16 at 9:00am for the live link! This free event will run until October 17 at 9:00pm.
Join us for our annual Global Kids 2021 5K Run/Walk/Virtual! This year we decided to have a hybrid race that will allow participants to join a virtual race from anywhere in the world on Oct 9-20, with an in-person race at 9:30 AM on Saturday, October 16 in Flushing Meadows Park in Queens.
All proceeds from the race go to our College & Career Readiness Program, preparing Global Kids high school students for life after high school. Youth receive essential support through the college application process, exposure to a wide variety of careers, and job readiness training through internships, among many other services.
-Top 3 M/F Overall
-Top 3 M/F Age Groups: 12 & Under, 13-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+
-Best Team Spirit
-$25 Early Bird through Midnight 10/2
-$30 10/3 through Midnight 10/15
-$35 on race day
-Staff & GK Students – FREE!
-UNDER 18 – FREE!