Eugene Lang College Honors the Work of Legendary Choreographer Martha Graham

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts will present a special performance of Martha Graham’s Steps in the Street, on May 5 and 6 at The Ailey Citigroup Theater as part of the school’s 20th anniversary celebration, as well as the 80th anniversary of the Martha Graham Dance Company. The piece will be […]

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Urban Conversations: Cities at Risk. Keynote Speaker: U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, Louisiana

Urban Conversations: Cities at Risk:, a conference from The Milano New School for Management and Urban Policy at The New School, examines government and civil sector preparedness and response to urban catastrophes. This dynamic group of prominent elected officials, leading journalists, academics, and other experts from across the nation, represents a variety of constituencies. Sharing […]

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The New School for Drama Launches Summer Music Theater Immersion Experience in the Heart of New York

For three weeks this June, there will be more Tony award-winning talent in a small classroom in Greenwich Village than on any Broadway stage. A select group of students will benefit from the tips of the trade from musical theater stars, choreographers, and casting agents as part of a new program just announced by The […]

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The New School to Honor Filmmaker Peter Davis as Part of Fourth Annual Dorothy H. Hirshon Film Festival

This spring, The New School and its Film and Media Studies program will present the Fourth Annual Dorothy H. Hirshon Film Festival, from April 10 through May 5, 2006. This year’s festival will focus on The War Film,, and will honor New School artist-in-residence, Peter Davis, the award-winning documentary filmmaker best known for his landmark […]

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The New School Ashbery Festival: A Three-Day Tribute to John Ashbery

From April 6 to 8, the New School’s Graduate Writing Program will present The New School Ashbery Festival, a tribute to John Ashbery, one of the most widely read and revered American poets of the past few decades both in this country and around the world. The three-day festival will feature two major presentations by […]

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The New School For Jazz And Contemporary Music Presents THE COLLECTIVE BLACK ARTISTS: How Collective Black Artists, Inc. Managed the Business of Making Music in 1970s New York

The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music hosts a reunion of the founding members of the Collective Black Artists, Inc. (CBA), who recount their experiences and explore the relevance of CBA to musicians who face similar social and economic challenges in today’s performance world. A support network for black jazz musicians, CBA was formed […]

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Parsons Dean Paul Goldberger in Conversation with Michael Graves

On Wednesday, Parsons The New School for Design will present the third in the season’s At the Parsons Table, when visionary architect and designer Michael Graves joins Parsons Dean Paul Goldberger for a lively discussion that will address some of the most topical issues in the field. Presented before a live audience at The New […]

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Mannes College The New School For Music Presents The Mannes Orchestra Performing Mendelssohn’s The Hebrides ( Fingal’s Cave, ) Op. 26

Mannes College The New School for Music presents The Mannes Orchestra, conducted by Otto-Werner Mueller, with special guest-artist Matei Varga, pianist and Alexi Gregory Concerto Competition Winner performing Mendelssohn’s The Hebrides ( Fingal’s Cave, ) Op. 26; Chopin’s Concerto No. 2 in F Minor, Op. 21; and Brahms’s Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. […]

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The New School For Social Research Presents Cynthia Ozick at the The Rights of History and the Rights of Imagination, Lecture

The New School for Social Research announces the establishment of an endowed lectureship to commemorate the remarkable life and work of William Phillips, the founding co-editor of Partisan Review. He remained at the helm of the fiercely independent magazine from 1934 until his death in 2002. Cynthia Ozick, one of the most revered American novelists […]

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The New School Performing Arts Programs: March’April 2006. Panels, Lectures, Readings and Screenings

This spring, The New School presents an array of performing arts events, including lectures, discussions, and performances, at three of its schools: The New School for General Studies, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts, and The New School for Drama

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