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Eddie Batiz

DJ event starts at 4pm ends at 3am.Door charge of $10 begins at 8pm.21 and over starting at 7pm.Salsa, club music, disco, and classics

May 14, 4:00 PM - May 15, 3:00 AM
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May 8, 4:00 PM - May 9, 3:00 AM
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Eddie Batiz

DJ event starts at 4pm ends at 3amDoor charge of $10 begins at 8 pm21 and over starting at 7pmSalsa, club music, disco, and classics

May 7, 4:00 PM - May 8, 3:00 AM
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Downtown Dance Factory Inaugural Dance Recital 2010

Established in September 2009, Downtown Dance Factory is Tribeca's first comprehensive dance center, offering classes in ballet, jazz, and hip hop, as well as a special boys' program. DDF now welcomes over 220 local kids, from twos to teens, through its doors each week. Its inaugural annual recital will showcase the talents of children from three years upwards in a variety of dance styles and genres, with music ranging from Tchaikovsky to Pachelbel, from High School Musical to Michael Jackson to Mika! A real celebration of the talents of our downtown children!

May 16, 3:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Randy Weston Uhuru Afrika 50th Anniversary Concert Celebration with Randy Weston & His Orchestra

"Weston has the biggest sound of any jazz pianist since Ellington and Monk as well as the richest most inventive beat." -Jazz Critic Stanley Crouch

November 13, 8:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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Concert

Jazz Cultural Theatre (1982-87) Unique in that in addition to being a prominent jazz club, it was also very much a school of jazz offering 14 different classes. This space on Eighth Avenue above 28 Street was run by NEA Jazz Master Barry Harris, who along with several colleagues, taught music to hundreds of students. Bands, vocalists, vocal ensembles and tap dancers populated the Friday and Saturday night entertainment roster.

May 21, 8:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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May 21, 7:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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Concert

Studio Rivbea (1969-1978) Multi-instrumentalist/composer Sam Rivers and his wife Beatrice ("Riv" - for Rivers and "bea" for Beatrice = Rivbea) opened this loft space on 24 Bond Street. The loft was important in the development of jazz because it exemplified artist creation of performance space and its freedom from concerns posed by nightclub or concert hall settings. For rising artists, Studio Rivbea was their introduction to performance opportunities in NYC.

May 14, 8:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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May 14, 7:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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Highlights in Jazz: Final Concert

Billy Taylor Trio Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks Gene Bertoncini and  Harvie S.

May 13, 8:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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Concert

Our opening night concert will be a tribute to the late Rashied Ali in the spirit of his Ali’s Alley. Performing that evening will be an artist who performed there frequently and on whose next release Rashied Ali drummed – saxophonist Azar Lawrence.Ali’s Alley (1973-79) Drummer Rashied Ali from the John Coltrane group opened this space on Greene Street in Soho first as Studio 77 before converting it to a bar, restaurant and club renamed Ali’s Alley. Ali’s Alley was noted mainly for free jazz performances where avant garde bands from Europe and Japan were often featured.

May 7, 8:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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Ali’s Alley, Jazz Cultural Theatre & Studio Rivbea

Lost Jazz Shrines Part 1: Celebrating Ali’s Alley / Tribute to Rashied Ali Featuring Azar Lawrence Sextet

 LecturePanelists Patricia Ali & Azar Lawrence, moderated by Willard Jenkins

FREE

May 7, 7:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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Steve Songs

This enchanting musical is based on C.S. Lewis' adventure story about four children of war-torn England, who accidentally enter the land of Narnia by climbing through a magic wardrobe.Ages 6 & Up

 

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October 23, 1:30 PM - 1:30 PM
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The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

$25Buy Tickets click hereThis enchanting musical is based on C.S. Lewis' adventure story about four children of war-torn England, who accidentally enter the land of Narnia by climbing through a magic wardrobe.Ages 6 & Up

October 3, 3:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

$25Buy Tickets click hereThis enchanting musical is based on C.S. Lewis' adventure story about four children of war-torn England, who accidentally enter the land of Narnia by climbing through a magic wardrobe.Ages 6 & Up

October 3, 3:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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May 6, 2010
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Jigsaw Jones: The Case of the Class Clown

$25 tickets

Athena Lorenzo has been slimed and she doesn't think it's very funny. Someone in Ms. Gleason's class is playing practical jokes. Theodore “Jigsaw” Jones claims to be the very first detective in the whole school. It's up to Jigsaw and his friend Mila to investigate the sliming and track down the class clown. This could be their stickiest case yet!

May 15, 1:30 PM - 1:30 PM
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The 15th Annual Poetry Walk Across the Brooklyn Bridge: A Benefit for Poets House

Join performance artist Laurie Anderson, Brooklyn Poet Laureate Tina Chang, and award-winning poets Galway Kinnell and Thomas Lux for this annual pilgrimage across one of New York City's great architectural gems. This beloved Poets House event features readings of the poetry of Walt Whitman, Marianne Moore, Langston Hughes and other greats beneath Roebling's famous arches. The journey from Manhattan to Brooklyn closes with a celebratory dinner and the presentation of the Elizabeth Kray Award, or "The Betty" for service to the field of poetry.

June 14, 6:30 PM - 6:30 PM
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What Love Comes To: A Celebration of Ruth Stone with Chard deNiord, Toi Derricotte, Marie Howe, Galway Kinnell, Maxine Kumin, Dorianne Laux, Sharon Olds, Gerald Stern, Bianca Stone, & Hillery Stone

In honor of Ruth Stone's 95th birthday, friends and fellow poets read from the acclaimed poet's volume What Loves Comes To: New and Selected Poems.$10, $7 for students and seniors, free to Poets House Members

June 8, 7:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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Robert Hass & Brenda Hillman in the Great Outdoors: A Reading

This reading inaugurates Poets House's outdoor courtyard in the new South Teardrop Park.Part of Ecopoetic Futures, a series of events that examine poetry and the environment. Programs in this series are funded, in part, by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York Council for the Humanities.$10, $7 for students and seniors, free to Poets House Members

May 29, 4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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