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Agenda Cultural: 30 September, 2022


By Roger Costa

@Carnegie Hall

The renowned 70-years-plus Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra with Conductor of Honor Marin Alsop will perform a two-night special event at Carnegie Hall, 881 7th Avenue, on October 14th and 15th. Formed by 108 musicians and a 50-member choir, the Orchestra will present a double-bill program which includes a night of classic tunes such as Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Scheherazade” and Villa-Lobos’ “Bachianas Brasileiras” on October 14 and an immersive, unique experience entitled “The Amazon Concert: Sights and Sounds of Brazil” featuring a video installation created by artist Marcello Dantas on October 15. The program brings soprano Camila Titinger and Harmonica virtuoso Jose Staneck. Tickets start at $18. INFO:

@Miller Theater

Kicking off its 2022/2023 Jazz series, Miller Theater at Columbia University (2960 Broadway) will present a special collaborative work by Brazilian jazz singer Luciana Souza and Grammy Award-winner composer and arranger Vince Mendoza. They will join forces and talents to perform songs from their album “Storytellers”, a big band celebration of Brazilian jazz rhythms, highlighting its undeniable influential power over music history. Known for her smooth vocal performance technique, Luciana has a strong presence on stage, proving there’s no limits when comes to performance. As for Mendoza, the versatile artist has been blending genres and giving new elegance to classics for over two decades. Among the musicians forming the Big Band are Chico Pinheiro on the guitar, Scott Colley on bass and others. Saturday, October 15th at 8pm. Tickets start at $25. INFO:


The Museum of Modern Arts, 11 West 53rd Street, is opening two new exhibitions in October, and they are both led by live performances in collaborative works. “Yve Laris Cohen: Studio/Theater” opens on October 8th on the 4th floor and it will feature the artist’s architectural installations and live performances every Wednesday. His work blends dance, visual arts and observations on the objects of our daily lives. “Just Above Midtown: Changing Spaces”(pic.) opens on October 9th on the 3rd Floor and explores the contemporary work found at JAM, a gallery that dedicated its place to showcase African-American artists in late 70’s-early 80’s. The exhibition gathers video, archival material and performances. INFO:


New Jersey Performing Arts Center, 1 Center Street in Newark, is hosting two amazing, vibrant musical spectacles on Sunday October 30th. The kings of norteno music “Los Tigres Del Norte” celebrates over half a century of music bringing down the house at Prudential Hall with their dancing hits at 8 pm. At the Victoria Theater, Spanish rhythms lovers will experience the fusion of Guitar and Flamenco with German sensation Ottmar Liebert and his lively band Luna Negra at 7pm. INFO:

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