Selected Events – Thursday, 04/25/13
Tribeca Talks® Industry:
New Filmmakers in the Digital Age
Come and hear from new filmmakers on how they navigated the world of digital filmmaking.
“Sponsored by Panavision. Learn from doing. With expanding options in digital cameras and lens combinations, along with a transparency of production workflow strategies and processes, directors, producers and cinematographers are learning more from each other than ever before.
Panavision’s New Filmmaker Program supports filmmakers by providing grants for camera packages. Come and hear from new filmmakers on how they navigated the world of digital filmmaking. Panelists include director Lance Edmands (Bluebird), filmmaker/actor Alex Karpovsky, director Jenée LaMarque (The Pretty One), director Rob Meyer (A Birder’s Guide to Everything) and producer Tamara Anghie (Run and Jump). Moderated by Panavision’s Peter Brogna.
SVA Theater 2 Beatrice
333 west 23rd street (btwn 8th and 9th aves)
@ 2:30 PM / FREE w/ ticket
“Hilary Gardner, like the great ‘girl singers’ of decades past, brings elegance and wit to every song she sings. She lends a touch of vintage cool to new material and makes the old songs sound fresh again.”
-Twyla Tharp, creator, director and choreographer of Broadway’s “Come Fly Away” and “Movin’ Out”
32 Jones Street (btw. Bleecker/W4th st)
7:30pm / no cover
691-7538 / caffevivaldi.com
Souleymane Badolo With Cynthia Oliver
“Souleymane Badolo was born in Burkina Faso, and started his dance career with a traditional African troupe. Since moving to New York in 2009, he has worked with the contemporary choreographer Reggie Wilson, but his own pieces draw strongly from his history and heritage. In “Buudou, BADOO, BADOLO,” he looks at the cultural legacy passed from his own great-great-grandfather. And his new “Barack,” is, press materials say, an acknowledgment of the people who have helped him in his move to New York. Opening the evening is a duet by Cynthia Oliver, persuasively titled “BOOM!” — (ROSLYN SULCAS, NYT)
New York Live Arts
219 West 19th Street, btw Seventh and Eighth Avenues
April 25-27 at 7:30 p.m.
$15 to $20, $16 for students and 65+
(212) 924-0077 / newyorklivearts.org
Mat Maneri Trio
“Mat Maneri is a violist with an elastic approach to pulse and pitch; in this trio, he has intuitive support from Ed Schuller on bass and Randy Peterson on drums.” — (NATE CHINEN, NYT)
Cornelia Street Café
29 Cornelia Street, btw Bleecker and West Fourth St
at 8:30 p.m. / $20 cover, includes a drink
(212) 989-9319 / corneliastreetcafe.com
“Ignoring for a moment that the title is a lesson in redundancy, this jazz-cabaret program should access the Duke Ellington songbook from a variety of angles. The singers on deck almost ensure that outcome: along with the scholarly Michael Feinstein, they include the literary crooner Kurt Elling, the bluesman Blind Boy Paxton and the up-and-comer Brianna Thomas.” — (NATE CHINEN, NYT)
Ms. Russell, a jazz singer with a husky tone but a bright temperament, draws here from her fourth album, “Strictly Romancin’ ” (World Village/Harmonia Mundi), with a band that includes the guitarist and banjoist Matt Munisteri. — (NATE CHINEN, NYT)
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:
(Museum Mile & other Fifth Avenue area Museums)
“Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity” (through May 27)
Metropolitan Museum of Art: ‘James Nares: Street’ (through May 27)
“African Art, New York, and the Avant-Garde” (through Sept. 2)
Metropolitan Museum of Art: ‘Photography and the American Civil War’ (through Sept. 2)
Metropolitan Museum of Art: 1000 5th Ave,@ 82nd street
(212) 535-7710 / metmuseum.org
“Gutai: Splendid Playground” (through May 8)
“No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia” (through May 22)
“The Hugo Boss Prize 2012: Danh Vo’” (through May 27)
Guggenheim Museum: 1071 Fifth Avenue, at 89th Street
(212) 423-3500 / guggenheim.org.
“Degas, Miss La La and the Cirque Fernando” (through May 12)
Morgan Library & Museum: 225 Madison Avenue, at 36th st
(212) 685-0008 / themorgan.org.