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From a former United Nations ambassador to a trans activist/actress to the journalistic duo who broke the Harvey Weinstein scandal, it’s bound to be an exciting fall season at the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan.
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Next up in Migrations, American Composers Orchestra performs a new work on the subject by Pulitzer Prize-winning Chinese composer Du Yun, co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall. [sponsor]
The Tribeca Film Festival returns April 24 to May 5. Listen in as some of your favorite stars, directors and creators share their expertise and dish on their illustrious careers. [sponsor]
Carnegie Hall presents The Knights, a Brooklyn-based ensemble acclaimed for its “voracious musical appetite” [sponsor]
Carnegie Hall's Two Wings: The Music of Black America in Migration shines a light on the epic event that changed the sound of America forever. [sponsor]
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The Central Park Conservancy Film Festival returns this month, with four nights of free outdoor movie screenings in the heart of Central Park.
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