NYCity Events : Manhattan’s WestSide (04/23)

Selected Events – Tuesday, 04/23/13

New York Public Library: ‘100 Years of Flamenco in New York’
“This exhibition traces the popularity of the dance form in the city, from the mid-1800s to the present, through engravings and photographs, printed materials, costume pieces and films and recordings. On April 15 at 6 p.m., a special event will include a film screening and a discussion with Deirdre Towers, a dance historian; Robert Browning, founding director of the World Music Institute; the dancers Maria Benitez and Jorge Navarro; and Clara Aich, a filmmaker.  — ANNE MANCUSO”, NYT

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
40 Lincoln Center Plaza, Broadway, btw W 62nd and 65th Streets
at 6 p.m., a screening and discussion, FREE
(917) 275-6975,

Jean Rohe
“A sure-footed young singer-songwriter mixing aesthetic approaches from jazz, folk and chamber music, Ms. Rohe appears on Sunday with something she calls her End of the World Show, playing mandolin alongside the accordionist Liam Robinson, the percussionist Rogério Boccato and the percussionist James Shipp, among others. (Sharing the bill is Down Home, a worthy project of the saxophonist Petr Cancura.) On April 23 Ms. Rohe performs with no outside help, playing a new batch of songs.” — (NATE CHINEN, NYT)

Cornelia Street Café
at 10 p.m. / $20 cover, includes a drink
29 Cornelia Street, btw Bleecker and West Fourth Streets
(212) 989-9319 /

Terell Stafford Quintet
“A bright and assertive trumpeter with a solid hard-bop footing, Terell Stafford has lately been hard at work trying to establish the Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia, an entity devoted to the music and musicians of his adopted hometown. He seems likely to draw partly from that legacy here, leading a band with a fellow Philadelphian, Tim Warfield, on saxophones.” — (NATE CHINEN, NYT)

Village Vanguard
178 Seventh Avenue South, at West 11th Street
at 8:30 and 10:30 p.m. / $25 cover,
(212) 255-4037 /

Mike LeDonne Quartet
“Hammond B3 master Mike LeDonne, who was just nominated for Best Keyboard Artist 2012 by the prestigious Jazz Journalists Association, leads a jazz dream team of artists in this long-running house party. “…saxophonist Eric Alexander, guitarist Peter Bernstein and drummer Joe Farnsworth are joining LeDonne to present their version of what in the trade is called “grits and gravy” jazz. This is groove music that’s fun and good for the soul.” – (Greg Thomas, NY Daily News)
Vincent Herring (alto saxophone) • Peter Bernstein (guitar) •
Mike LeDonne (B3 organ) • Joe Farnsworth (drums)

Smoke, 2751 B’way (btw 105/106 st)
7pm & 9pm / no music charge
two-course dinner prix-fixe available for $29.95
10:30pm $20 minimum (dinner optional) / no music charge

Ballet Hispanico
“For its 25th season at the Joyce Theater, the company has acquired a classic by the Spanish choreographer Nacho Duato, “Jardi Tancat.” The earthy, lyrical evocation of Mediterranean cultures, made 30 years ago, is paired with two works by younger Spaniards on Program A: a world premiere by Cayetano Soto and a Europop–driven romp by Inma García and Meritxell Barberá. Program B offers tastes of tango, flamenco and Cuban danzón in works by Eduardo Vilaro (with live Latin jazz by the Paquito D’Rivera Ensemble), Alejandro Cervera and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa.” — (SIOBHAN BURKE, NYT)

Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue, at West 19th Street
at 7:30 p.m. / $10 to $59
(212) 242-0800 /

Before making final plans, we suggest you call the venue to confirm dates and check times, as schedules are subject to change.

SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS @ 3 Museums & Galleries: 
(WestSide Manhattan & BrooklynMuseum, easy via #2-3 subway)

‘Edvard Munch: The Scream’ (through April 29)
‘Projects 99: Meiro Koizumi’ (through May 1)
‘Claes Oldenburg: The Street and the Store’ and ‘Claes Oldenburg: Mouse Museum, Ray Gun Wing’ (through to Aug. 5)
‘Performing Histories (1)’ (through Aug. 5)
‘Bill Brandt: Shadow and Light’ (through Aug. 12)

Museum of Modern Art:11 W 53rd St,
(212) 708-9400 /


‘Radical Terrain’ (through April 29)
Rubin Museum of Art: 150 West 17th Street, Chelsea,
620-5000 /


‘John Singer Sargent Watercolors’ (through July 28)
Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui’ 
(through Aug. 4)
‘LaToya Ruby Frazier: A Haunted Capital’ (through Aug. 11)

Brooklyn Museum: 200 Eastern Parkway, at Prospect Park, (718) 638-5000 /


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