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Agenda Cultural: 31 March, 2023


By Roger Costa


Indie rock sensation Andrew Bird is a rare case. This Grammy-nominated artist simply can write, play, sing, fiddle, whistle, sample, loop among other instrumental skills with the same passion and engagement. Following the success of his previous award-nominated albums, “Are You Serious” and “My Finest Work Yet”, the contemporary genius will perform at NJPAC, 1 Center Street, Newark, on April 12 at 8pm presenting new tunes from “Inside Problems” his latest project, which is described as a lyrical journey through human emotions. Opening set by Grammy-winning folk rock star Madison Cunnigham. Tickets $44-$81. INFO:

@The Newark Museum

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Forsa, the multi-eclectic and internationally renowned music production led by DJ and cultural activist Marcy DePina, The Newark Museum (48 Washington Street, Newark) will host a contemporary music showcase extravaganza. As part of the ongoing series Art After Dark, the event will bring together celebrated DJ’s, performing artists and musicians heating up the floor from 7pm to 11pm on Saturday April 1st. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Tickets $13. INFO:

@The Joyce Theater

Kyle Abaham, the brilliant mind behind A.I.M. returns to The Joyce Theater, 175 8th Avenue, Manhattan, with three World Premieres that reflect his ability and perception on the craft of ballets inspired by hip hop, street dance and Afro styles. The one-week engagemnet running April 4-9 features “MotorRover” a duet by Abraham created in collaboration with A.I.M. dancers, “Uproot: love and legacy” signed by award-winning choreographer Maleek Washington and the showstopping “5 Minute Dance” (You Drivin’?)  performed by A.I.M dancers and guest students from The Glorya Kaufman School of Dance at USC. Tickets start at $10. INFO:

@New York City Center

The exquisite and gorgeous contemporay dance company Dance Theatre of Harlem is formed by the best dancers in the world, including Brazilian talented stars Ingrid Silva and Dylan Santos. Their annual season at New York City Center, 131 West 55th Street, will feature two new programs including premieres and revivals entitled “New York to New York Plus” with works by Balanchine and Wheeldon, and “Repertory Favorites” including “Higher Ground” by Robert Graland and “Coming Together” signed by Nacho Duato. The company is marking a leadership transition, honoring Artistic Director Virginia Johnson with its Arthur Mitchell Vision Award. April 19-23. Tickets start at $35. INFO:


Starting April 7th The Museum of Modern Arts, 11 West 53rd Street, will add magnificent works to its ongoing Collection series 1880s-1940s. MoMA will feature works by Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, Van Gogh, as a remembrance of the exhibition they premiered back in November 1929 when they opened their doors to the public. The paintings include Cezanne’s “The Bather” (picture) and other historical, essential works. On Gallery 502 on the 5th Floor. Tickets $25. Free up to 16 year-old. Free for all on Fridays afternoons. INFO:

@Lincoln Center

Under the baton of founder Dorrit Matson, the New York Scandia Symphony continues to showcase inspiring music by significant Northern European classical composers.  The 50 musicians, drawn from major orchestras, will present the program ‘Under Northern Lights” performing Carl Nielsen’s Helios Overture and An Imaginary Journey to the Faroe Islands; Friedrich Kahlau’s Concertino for two Horns and Orchestra with guest French horn players Will de Vos and Peter Reit among other highlights. At Alice Tully Hall, April 13th at 8pm. INFO:

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