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Movies, mayhem, and classical music nirvana!

Ari Folman / The Congress
The Congress starring Robin Wright, Harvey Keitel & John Hamm
Preview screening and discussion
Is this the most anti-Hollywood movie ever made? Join directorAri Folman and Indiewire’s Jordan Hoffman for a special preview screening and discussion of this important, groundbreaking film.

 

Wed, Aug 20, 7:30 pm

Super Duper Alice Cooper
Super Duper Alice Cooper
Movie screening and talk with Alice Cooper
The first ever “Doc Opera” explores the life of shock rock’s founding father. Alice Cooper emerged from the Detroit scene of the 1970s in a flurry of long hair and sequins to restore rock with a sense of showmanship while simultaneously striking fear into the very core of Middle America with the chicken-slaughtering, dead-baby-eating theatrics that would cement his identity. Watch the epic sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll saga—then hear about it from the man himself, in conversation with Rolling Stone‘s Anthony DeCurtis.

 

Mon, Oct 27, 7 pm

Christian Tetzlaff J. S. Bach
Concert season opening night:
Christian Tetzlaff plays Bach
A single composer; a single performer, a single instrument. Yet when Christian Tetzlaff performs J. S. Bach’s complete violin sonata and partita cycle in one concert, the effect is like an entire opera. Discover why The New York Times calls this “classical music nirvana” at our champagne opening night in September. Tickets are selling fast, so reserve yours today!

 

Thu, Sep 18, 7 pm

Ian McEwan The Children Act
Ian McEwan reads from his novel,The Children Act
Exclusive New York appearance

In his new novel, Ian McEwan “creates at every turn something new and emotionally rewarding in a way he hasn’t done so well since On Chesil Beach.”—Kirkus. Come hear him read from it, in the hall he says is “the best place to give a reading on the planet.”

 

Thu, Sep 15, 8 pm

High Holidays
Join us for High Holiday Services
For 140 years, 92Y has said “we’re here” for any and every Jewish person searching for a place to call home on the holiest days of the year. This year, we invite you to observe with us three ways—in person in Manhattan or Brooklyn; online via our live simulcasts; and on television through our broadcasts wtih Jewish Life TV.

Last year, more than 200,000 people all over the world were able to participate with us. We look forward to creating memorable experiences with you again this year.

Rosh Hashanah services, Sep 24-26
Yom Kippur services, Oct 3-4

Coming up …

Fern Mallis with Bill Cunningham: Sep 3


The O’Neill Center: 50 Years of Creating American Theater
 with Wendy Goldberg, Paulette Haupt, Adam Gwon, Sarah Hammond, Deborah Zoe Laufer and Anne G. Morgan: Sep 8

 

Lewis Black, Kate Clinton and Lizz WinsteadSep 8

92Y takes it to the street! Street Fest is Sun, Sep 14

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