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Agenda Cultural: 1 October, 2021

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By Roger Costa

@The Joyce Theater

Dance lovers have until Sunday to check out Alejandro Cerrudo’s acclaimed debut at Chelsea’s Joyce Theater, recently re-opened for its Fall 2021/Winter 2022 season. The show, “It Starts Now” brings distinguished dancers commissioned by the choreographer in a performance that connects the audience to relatable emotions thru movement. Next is the East Coast Premiere of celebrated choreographer Caleb Teicher’s SW!NG OUT, conceived by himself and a group of frequent collaborators. They will perform a combination of their unique styles to various rhythms and improvisation, accompanied by live music from Eyal Vilner Big Band. Performances run October 5th thru 17th. INFO: www.joyce.org

@Governors Island

Great news for outdoor enthusiasts: the beloved getaway from the city noise will now be open year round, 7 days a week. Easy access from Lower Manhattan will make Governors Island the hot spot for the cold days ahead. Catch the Ferry on South Street and cross the ocean in only 5 minutes to explore the 172 acre island, its great city views and healthy activities. The main attractions are the Island’s Art Galleries, the National Monument Castle Williams, Hammock Grove and the Earth Matter Learning Center. INFO: www.govisland.org

@New York Film Festival

The 59th edition of the most celebrated Film Festival on the East Coast is held by Film At Lincoln Center and brings many attractions beyond its stellar film selection with Oscar buzz. The annual series Free Talks will host engaging conversations with award-winning filmmakers, actors and professionals during the Festival (thru October 10th), giving audiences the opportunity to explore the cinematic world a little closer. Distributing free tickets 1 hour prior to the event, this year’s highlights include a conversation between filmmakers Jane Campion (in the Festival with her “The Power of the Dog”) and Sofia Coppola on Saturday October 2nd, and Japanese auteur Ryûsuke Hamaguchi alongside Argentinian filmmaker Matias Piniero on Sunday the 3rd. INFO: www.filmlinc.org

@NJPAC

One of the most influential Latin music groups of all time, Los Tigres del Norte will bring their new show Sangre Mexicana to New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), located at 1 Center, Newark, New Jersey. Los Tigres del Norte are undisputed legends of Mexico’s lively norteño music genre, a high-energy ensemble of 21st-century troubadours, well-known for their electrifying dancing rhythms. Los Tigres del Norte have reigned supreme as the kings of norteño for half a century. From cumbias to corridos, their songs are the soundtrack of the Mexican-American experience. They explore life, love and the struggle to survive—combining incredible musicianship with an outspoken social conscience. Sunday, October 17th at 7 pm. INFO: www.njpac.org

 


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