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Agenda Cultural: 3 March, 2023

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By Roger Costa

@Jazz at Lincoln Center

Brazilian vocalist and guitarrist Rosa Passos returns to The Apple Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center (60th Street and Broadway, Columbus Circle) accompanied by master pianist Kenny Barron, bass virtuoso Ron Carter and first-class drummer Rafael Barata. On March 24 and 25 at 7pm and 9:30pm, jazz and bossa nova fans will have a chance to discover the talent and charisma of this legendary artist, known internationally as “the female Joao Gilberto”. Tickets start at $99. INFO: https://2023.jazz.org/rosa-passos-with-kenny-barron-and-ron-carter

@Ailey Citygroup Theater

Under the Artistic Direction of Francesca Harper, Ailey II, the prestigious second company to Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returns for its second season led by Harper with 14 amazing performances at Ailey CityGroup Theater (405 West 55th Street) running March 22-April 2. Featuring 2 programs, “Poetic Motion” and “Empowered” it spotlights new works by Robert Battle, Andrea Miller, William Forsythe, Harper and Elizabeth Roxas-Dobrish and danced by athletic, stunning dancers. Tickets start at $59. Photo by Nir Arieli. INFO:  http://www.alvinailey.org/aileyinnyc

@NJPAC

Turning 50 years as one of the most inventive and bold modern dance companies in the world, Pilobolus comes to NJPAC, 1 Center Street, for an epic performance spanning their best works as well as re-imagining cult pieces such as “On The Nature of Things”. Exlploring human connection and how dance movements impact and influence our daily lives, the company presents “Big Five Oh!”, a mesmerizing and dynamic spectacle sure to dazzle and thrill the audience. The performance includes partial nudity. Sunday, March 12 at 7pm, Tickets $60-$70. INFO: https://www.njpac.org/event/pilobolus/

@The Town Hall

Brazilian iconic star Ney Matogrosso will share the stage with Portuguese Fado-diva Mariza in a special musical series held at The Town Hall, 123 West 43rd Street in Times Square, Manhattan. Curated by Mariza, the Lusophone series features Ney Matogrosso on April 14th, Angolan Artist Matias Damasio on the 15th, Cape Verde’s Cesaria Evora Orchestra on April 21st and a solo show by Mariza on the 22nd. The series celebrates Portuguese-speaking musical tendencies and their unique ability to communicate sounds universally. Tickets start at $58. INFO: http://thetownhall.org/lusophone-series-curated-by-mariza

@Le Poisson Rogue

Legendary Tropicalia Band “Os Mutantes” returns to the stage of Le Poisson Rogue, 158 Bleecker, on Sunday March 5th at 8pm. An electrifying blend of samba rock, psych-rock and psychedelic sounds, Os Mutantes will be joined by special guests Breanna Barbara and Tall Juan. One of the most influential bands of the 60’s, it continues to enchant with their distinguished, wicked music. Tickets $30-$40. INFO: https://lpr.com/lpr_events/osmutantes23/

@Americas Society

Located at 680 Park Avenue, Americas Society is hosting the exuberant exhibition Deep Marajo: Contemporary Marajoara Ceramics, on view thru May 20. Showcasing contemporary ceramics by three artist collectives, Arte Mangue Marajó, Instituição Caruanas, and Replicando o Passado, the gallery also features photographs by Anita Ekman and gathers archeological pieces, mystical and historical works, and Indigenous perspectives. Presented with support from the Consulate General of Brazil in New York. INFO: https://www.as-coa.org/exhibitions/deep-marajo-contemporary-marajoara-ceramics


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