Friday, February 7
Bohemian National Hall, 321 E 73rd St
Nimrod Opera Zurich presents the visualisation of Michael Jarrell’s opera for the first time in the U.S., featuring actress Anna Clementi with the Argento Chamber Ensemble.
New York’s fashion week is here and runs till the 13th. Come and see a multitude of designers, brands, and models — even if you don’t have a ticket for the shows themselves. Consult the website for time and locals of the events.
Saturday, February 8
92y, Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street
HAYDN: Arianna a Naxos (“Teseo mio ben”), Cantata for Soprano
MOE: Of Color Braided All Desire for Soprano and String Quartet (New York premiere)
MENDELSSOHN: String Quartet in D major, Op. 44, No. 1
Sunday, February 9
Living in Space: Astrophysics
92y, Lexington Avenue at 92nd St
Will we vacation on space stations in this century? How will we have to adjust? Learn what zero gravity does to paddle balls and other toys.
Monday, February 10
Marymount Manhattan College, 221 East 71st Street, Regina Peruggi Room
Tuesday, February 11
The Park Avenue Historic District Public Meeting
Municipal Building, 1 Centre Street, 9th Floor
The proposed Park Avenue Historic District consists of approximately 68 buildings from 79th to 96th Street in Manhattan. email@example.com
Street Fairs Committee CB8
Lenox Hill Hospital, 130 East 77th Street, Theater Room Floor 2A
Wednesday, February 12
Land Use Meeting CB8
310 East 67th Street, Auditorium
Thursday, February 13
A.R. Penck: Felt Works 1972–1995
Michael Wener Gallery, 4 E 77th St
This exhibition of the artist’s felt sculptures is the first to be presented outside of Europe, offering a rare opportunity to examine a significant, though little-known, body of work by one of the most important artists of the post-war generation.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue
In this exhibition, immerse yourself in mid-nineteenth-century Europe through captivating photographs taken by Charles Marville, including romantic portraits, artistic studies, extraordinary views of architecture, and compelling images of “New Paris.”
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