Out & About

| 26 Apr 2016 | 10:30

    Thu 28

    Revolutionaries: The Late Works of Beethoven & GinasteraTrinity Church, 75 Broadway

    1 p.m. Free

    This spring, Concerts at One presents Revolutionaries: The late works of Beethoven and Ginastera.


    China’s Great EmperorsChina Institute, 100 Washington St.

    6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. $10-$15

    A six-session lecture series that will explore the history of imperial China through the lives of some of its most fascinating emperors.

    212-744-8181. www.chinainstitute.org/event/chinas-great-emperors

    Fri 29

    In Kharms WayTenri Institute, 43 West 13th St.

    7:30 p.m. $20

    Voice Afire Opera-Cabaret will present an evening of music-theater. Directed and choreographed by Courtney Laine Self.


    ‘Spiderman’Trinity Church, 75 Broadway

    6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. Free

    Snacks will be served. St. Paul’s Chapel, Broadway and Fulton Street.


    Sat 30

    Sign-Language-Interpreted Shabbat ServiceTown & Village (T&V) Synagogue, 334 East 14th St.

    10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Free

    A Service with full readings from the Torah, Haftorah (Prophets), and Song of Songs. Yizkor will be said as well.


    The Blessing of the BikesThe Church of Saint Luke in the Fields, 487 Hudson St.

    9 a.m. Free

    “The Blessing of the Bikes” takes place the morning prior to one of the city’s biggest bike events — The TD Five Boro Bike Tour.


    Sun 1

    ‘Body: Anatomies of Being’New Ohio Theatre, 154 Christopher St.

    5 p.m. $18

    The world premiere of Body: Anatomies of Being, conceived and directed by Jessica Burr, written by Matt Opatrny, created and choreographed by the Blessed Unrest ensemble.


    SuZenWestbeth Gallery, 55 Bethune St.

    1-6 p.m. Free

    SuZen’s 50th anniversary retrospective, “Visions of Light&Spirit” opens at the Westbeth Gallery. Her newest multi-media installation, “Transmigration”, inspired by Buddha’s teachings, will be premiered at the exhibition.


    Mon 2

    Pop-Up Book WorkshopSeward Park Library, 192 East Broadway

    4 p.m. Free

    Create your own pop-up books through the basic elements of folding and cutting skills. Participants will learn how to incorporate their own artwork to create pop-up books and cards. Maximum of 10 children: first come, first served. Ages 5-12.


    NYU Jazz OrchestraBlue Note, 131 West Third St.

    8 p.m. $10

    Rich Shemaria, Conductor, featuring NYU Jazz Studies students, Artist Faculty, and saxophone legend Tom Scott.


    Tue 3

    Democracy & DistrustFederal Hall, 26 Wall St.

    6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Free

    Join the NY Council for the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities for a conversation on race, inequality and civic trust as part of the Democracy In Dialogue series. RSVP required.


    ‘China — The Red Sons’China Institute, 100 Washington St.

    6:30 p.m.-8:15 p.m. $5

    Join China Institute in collaboration with Asia Art Archive for a screening of filmmaker Roger Whittaker feature, filmed during a trip to China in 1968.

    212-744-8181. www.chinainstitute.org/

    Wed 4

    Sign-Language-Interpreted Yom HaShoah ServiceCBST, 130 West 30th St.

    7 p.m.-8 p.m. Free

    The ceremony will include remarks from Rabbis of several of the Kehillah’s Synagogues, songs from the Kehillah’s Cantors and Chorus, a candle-lighting ceremony and memorial prayers.


    Poems of Repossession: A Reading of Modern Irish PoetryPoet’s House, 10 River Terrace

    7 p.m.-8 p.m. $10; students/seniors, $7

    The launch of the first comprehensive critical anthology of modern poetry in Irish Gaelic with English translations.

    212-431-7920. www.poetshouse.org