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Agenda Cultural: 30 Jun, 2023


By Roger Costa

@SummerStage Central Park

Brazilians and Portuguese folks are set for a special musical and cultural celebration next Sunday, July 2, at SummerStage in Central Park, when Brasil SummerFest kicks off its 2023 season with a prestigious and unique lineup of established and emerging artists, featuring music, dance and art from both Brazil and Portugal.  Doors open at 5pm as DJ Lara Gerin spins contemporary hits at 6pm, followed by duo Joana Amendoira and Fred Martins, a passionate collaborative work blending Brazilian and Portuguese rhythms. A hybrid of tap dance and live music, the company Music From the Sole will join the stage with their electrifying presentation of Afro-Brazilian influences. The highlight of the night, though, belongs to MPB and worldwide pop star Marisa Monte, who is a multiple Grammys winner, beloved by her fans and considered by many as the greatest Brazilian singer alive. She is currently touring with her impressive, visually stunning and deeply touching production “Portas” which just landed in the US, and will shine among the stars above Central Park in this much anticipated event. This program and other SummerStage events are curated and organized by Bahia-born, New York-based Priscila Santana. Sponsored by City Parks Foundation and the General Consulate of Brazil in New York. Free. INFO:

@Film at Lincoln Center

The 22nd edition of the New York Asian Film Festival runs July 14-30 with a mnot to be missed lineup of new, bold and inventive Asian films ranging from various countries, including Korea, China, Taiwan, India, Phillipines and more. Featuring more than 60 new films, the Festival will take place at Film at Lincoln Center in New York and at Barrymore Film Center in Fort Lee, New Jersey. Among the highlights, “Killing Romance” whose lead Korean actor Lee Sun-kyun (“Parasite”) will be in attendance on Opening Night, “The Sunny Side of the Streets” from Hong Kong addressing immigrant issues, and Wang Chao’s “A Woman” exploring desire, sexuality and politics in China. INFO:

@Ailey Moves NYC!

The fabulous dance company Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater will present their sensational African-American style throughout the city, with live dance performances taking place in many venues outdoor. The program includes workshops, dance classes and free performances with rising stars from Ailey II, the Ailey Extension training programs and the Ailey Educational & Community Programs, offering dance to everyone in the city. There will be performances in Times Square, Battery Park, Marcus Garvey Park, Lincoln Center and many others. From July 31 thru August 5. Free. Photo by Rob DeMartin. INFO:

@The Joyce Theater

Making their final stop with their ravishing latest tour, Big Five-OH!, Pilobolus returns to the stage of The Joyce Theater for a special three-week engagement celebrating their half a century empire of bold creativity and ahead-of-time imagination. The spectacle brings some of the company’s most beloved pieces, demonstrating their daring combination of dance and technology, creating a visionary, irresistible and visually enhancing experience. Program A includes the NY premiere of “The Ballad” and the energized “Megawatt”, while Program B features hits such as “On the Nature of Things” and the lively “Behind the Shadows”. From July 11 thru 30. Tickets $10-$75. INFO:

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