Upcoming Performances

PERFORMING ARTS SALON SATURDAYS (PASS)

RAMYA RAMANA
SATURDAY MAY 30

5PM: PRE-PERFORMANCE RECEPTION
6PM: POET LINC- Opening Act
ESCAPING INFIDELITY by Ramya Ramana

Performance takes place at the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Bldg. C.

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 Poet-Linc is an annual poetry program that brings together talented teenagers from across New York City to create a dynamic artistic community. In this community, young people are given space to express their thoughts, their emotions, and their vision of the world. Poet-Linc combines elements of Hip Hop, Spoken Word, and Poetry Slam to create a one of a kind show. Poet-Linc works in partnership with Urban Word NYC and the NYC Youth Poet Laureate Program.

New York City Youth Poet Laureate for 2014, Ramaya Ramana collaborates with two musicians to shape this poetic journey which reflects on the life of a young woman of color in New York City. There will be a pre-performance reception at 5:00PM. Guest moderator for the post-performance question and answer session will be Daniel Gallant, Director of the famed Nuyorican Poets Café. There will also be a special performance for Teens & Tweens on Friday, May 29.
For details call 718.425.3525

Admission is $10.
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Poet – Linc is a program of Lincoln Center Education


YOUTH MATTERS Concert Series

SNUG HARBOR CULTURAL CENTER & BOTANICAL GARDEN presents in collaboration with
Carnegie Hall’s Neighborhood Concerts:

BANDA MAGDA IN CONCERT
SUNDAY, JUNE 21

2PM: South Meadow Stage
Free Admission

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This program, in cooperation with the Carnegie Hall’s Neighborhood Concerts Series, features the band of Greek-born singer and accordionist, Magda Giannikou. The music taps into a wide-range of international influences with the voices of Japan and Argentina joining Magda, resulting in a rich, colorful experience in seven languages. The music forays into Brazilian Baiao rhythms, Greek dance music, jazz, samba and tango.

Carnegie Hall’s Neighborhood Concerts is a program of the Weill Music Institute.
Carnegie Hall’s Neighborhood Concerts are sponsored by Target®.


SNUG HARBOR ORIGINAL SERIES

THE EQUUS PROJECT
SATURDAY, JUNE 27

4PM: South Meadow

Equus

The Equus Projects, directed by choreographer JoAnna Mendl Shaw, will premiere of Grazing Gracefully, a new work created with local Staten Island horses from Seguine Equestrian Center and featuring Equus dancers joined by two Ailey BFA dancers and cellist/composer Chris Lancaster.

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