Deutsches Haus at NYU will offer an array of cultural events in late September.
With concerns mounting about climate change, one group of musicians wants to bring attention to the pressing issue by making noise. Literally.
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute will host events in October focused on the impact of war as related to the historical and contemporary migrations, diasporas, and encounters that have resulted.
The inaugural event features Congressman Jerrold Nadler and David Israelite, President and CEO of the National Music Publishers' Association.
For the past 30 years, the Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy at NYU Steinhardt has maintained a steadfast commitment to the belief that everyone possesses a sensitivity to music that can be utilized for personal growth and development.
Gender influences the way people perceive acceptable and unacceptable behavior, but how does that play out across the political spectrum? It’s a question Verbatim Performance Lab, a project from NYU Steinhardt’s Educational Theatre program, seeks to understand.
NYU Steinhardt’s Vocal Performance program will present the musical "Gypsy," September 19–23. The renowned show business tale features a book by Arthur Laurents, music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Acting faculty member Jessica Bashline will direct NYU’s production.
Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute professor Mitchell Stephens says, "We don't need microfilm of The New York Times in our local library to look up old stories, to find out what's happened before."
The King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center has announced its 2019-2020 Visiting Chair, Cristina Pato. The noted Galician bagpiper, musician, writer, producer and educator will organize and host a series of public events throughout the fall. Pato marks the first musician to hold the appointment. In addition to performing on major stages around the world, she has devoted her professional life to fostering cultural exchange and forging new paths for the Galician bagpipe.