Charity concert and art fair outsider: how to spend a weekend in new York (17-19 January)

Благотворительный концерт и арт-ярмарка аутсайдеров: как провести выходные в Нью-Йорке (17-19 января)

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What: Exhibition of works of ephim Mikhailov

When: Friday-Sunday, 17-19 January.

Where: Ukrainian History and Education Center 135 Davidson Avenue Somerset, NJ 08873

Read more: Yefim Mihaylov was one of the most unusual and unique Ukrainian artists of the early twentieth century. His desire to convey a world of ideas, feelings, and sounds in a visual form led to the appearance of images that seem familiar, but so unreal and amazing.

Its symbolic landscapes, whirlwinds music stars and waterfalls, fiery flowers in the moon light and delicate still lifes, was quite unlike the work of his contemporaries. The refusal to conform to socialist realism led to his arrest, exile and premature death in the Russian Arctic.

Visible Music will be the first significant exhibition of works by this artist for more than 30 years. It will be presented 72 works by the artist.

Cost: Free.

 

What: Exhibition ‘the Origin of man’

Благотворительный концерт и арт-ярмарка аутсайдеров: как провести выходные в Нью-Йорке (17-19 января)

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When: Friday-Sunday, 17-19 January.

Where: American Museum of Natural History Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY 10024

Read more: Exhibition presents the remarkable history of human evolution from our earliest ancestors millions of years ago to modern Homo Sapiens. We combine the most modern discoveries in the field of fossils with the latest achievements in the field of genomics to explore the deepest mysteries of humankind: who we are, where we came from and what awaits our species in the future.

Cost: $13-23.

 

What: Charity concert in aid of the victims of the fires in Australia

Благотворительный концерт и арт-ярмарка аутсайдеров: как провести выходные в Нью-Йорке (17-19 января)

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When: Sunday, January 19, from 18:00.

Where: Tenri Cultural Institute, 43W 13 th street, New York, NY, 10011

Read more:

19 Jan talented musicians in new York and Moscow will perform at a charity concert to help victims of fires raging in Australia since the end of 2019.

In this concert organized by the violinist Nune Melik participate cellist Andrew Wee, founder, nominated for “Grammy” for anyone looking for Quartet, violist Alexander Andreev, violinist Vartan Marantz, pianist Emily Martin, and a graduate of the Juilliard school Thapelo Masita.

Co – organizer of the evening, Jonathan de Peri will delight audiences with his piano playing, and the Australian baritone Anthony Zatorski, whose family lost his house in a fire, sing songs of their country.

In the program — works of Bach, Handel, Rachmaninov, Schubert, and other composers.

Nune Malik recently moved to new York from Montreal (Canada) and decided to arrange a charity concert to help the affected residents and animals of Australia.

On behalf of her charitable organization ArtMelik, Nune got in touch with the world-famous shop tools, Rare Florian Leonhard Violins. Store Manager, Jonathan Solars, decided to support the initiative and provided the music for a concert of rare Stradivarius violin.

The idea is also supported Tenri Cultural Institute, presenting his / her room. Consulate of Australia in new York expressed their information support to the event.

The number of places is limited, entry by info@nunemelik.com. All funds raised will be sent to Australian Red Cross and the hospital for animals.

Cost: Free.

 

What: Art fair outsider

When: Friday-Sunday, 17-19 January.

Where: Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W 18th St. Manhattan, NY 10011

More: This annual art fair is an exhibition of works by artists and craftsmen whose work does not fit into mainstreaming culture. Every year it attracts more and more people, and the popularity of the event is constantly growing, and this is not surprising because on any other show in new York you will not find a more original and spectacular exhibits.

Cost: $27.

 

What: Russian folk tales and folklore for children

Благотворительный концерт и арт-ярмарка аутсайдеров: как провести выходные в Нью-Йорке (17-19 января)

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When: Saturday, January 18, from 11:00.

Where: Sheepshead Bay Library 2636 E. 14th St. at Ave. Z Brooklyn, NY 11235

Read more: Brooklyn public library invites children to enjoy classic folk tales, folklore, favorite songs, and also participate in games and other entertainment.

Cost: Free.

 

What: Russian literary club

When: Saturday, January 18, from 12:00.

Where: Sheepshead Bay Library 2636 E. 14th St. at Ave. Z Brooklyn, NY 11235

Read more: Russian literary club invites all lovers of literature and poetry to participate in its next meeting. The club represents writers and poets-emigrants who write in Russian and Ukrainian languages.

In addition, club members provide help to aspiring writers.

Cost: Free.

 

What: Meeting with the Russian writer Nina Kosman

Благотворительный концерт и арт-ярмарка аутсайдеров: как провести выходные в Нью-Йорке (17-19 января)

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When: Saturday, January 18, from 14:00.

Where: Kings Bay Library 3650 Nostrand Ave. (near Ave. W) Brooklyn, NY 11229

Read more: Nina Kosman – American writer of Russian origin. Poems and stories written in English, published in the United States, Canada, Spain, Holland, and Japan. Plays were staged in the theatres of new York. Published two books of English translations of the poems of Marina Tsvetaeva.

The novel “Queen of the Jews” was first published in English in England under a pseudonym. The novel is set in modern new York. A Jewish woman falls in love with a painter from Palestine sent to kill her. “Miss Nina, are You a Muslim?” — a collection of stories about teaching the author of the new York school for children from Muslim families.

Cost: Free.

 

What: Literary readings in Russian

When: Saturday, January 18, from 14:00.

Where: Tompkins Square Library 331 East 10th Street New York, NY 10009

Read more: In the readings will be attended by two of the author — Lilia Gazizova and Paul Lembersky.

Liliya Gazizova (Kayseri, Turkey) — Russian poet of Tatar origin, one of the most famous authors of his generation. She was born in Kazan, Russia, he graduated from Kazan medical Institute and the Moscow literary Institute. M. Gorky (1996). A member of the Union of Russian writers and the International pen club.

Gazizova is the author of fifteen collections of poetry published in Russia, Europe and the United States. The first, entitled “Black pearl”, was published in the early 1990s, with a Foreword Anastasia (sister of the poet Marina Tsvetaeva).

Paul Lembersky — Russian-American novelist and screenwriter. He graduated from the University of Berkeley. Paul — the legendary Russian resident of new York with many publications. Prose Imbersago translated into German, English and other European languages.

Cost: Free.

 

What: Winter Jazzfest 2020

Благотворительный концерт и арт-ярмарка аутсайдеров: как провести выходные в Нью-Йорке (17-19 января)

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When: Saturday, January 18, from 21:00.

Where: the Event takes place on multiple locations, list of participants, addresses, and schedule of performances — click here.

Read more: From 8 to 18 January in new York city’s Winter jazz festival-2019. Jazz is very popular all over the world, but in the US it’s musical direction is adored. Characteristic features of the musical language of jazz were originally improvisation, a sophisticated rhythm and swing.

The festival will act as a young, little known artists, and honored jazz legend, also in the program of the event is a three day music marathon.

Cost: From $20.

 

What: Party in the Ukrainian language

When: Saturday, January 18, from 20:00.

Where: Ukrainian National Home 140 2nd Avenue New York, NY 10003

Read more: MLNK Ukrainian Party — Malanka with a modern twist. This is the first of a series of parties with a secret guest. This time the special guest is so well known to every Ukrainian that his name be called just once. He will arrange the “club dance” and cause “spring to come faster.”

Offers the best of Ukrainian music and many gifts.

Cost: $25.

 

What: Interactive exhibition ‘the World of microbes’

Благотворительный концерт и арт-ярмарка аутсайдеров: как провести выходные в Нью-Йорке (17-19 января)

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When: Sunday, January 19, from 10:00.

Where: New York Hall of Science 47-01 111th Street Queens, NY 11368

More info: We live in a sea of microbes. Even if you cannot see these microbes, you are surrounded by them. They are everywhere: on surfaces, hands, soil, water, in the snow and in the desert Sands and Arctic ocean. And they are alive, reproduce, move and respond to the environment. At the interactive exhibition “the World of microbes” you can explore this unseen, fascinating and important world.

Cost: Free.

 

In addition, interesting events for every day of the week you can find in our calendar. Come, learn and share with your friends.

Before you visit, check on the website of the event details and venue as they can change.

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