92Y Highlights: Ethan Hawke, Deborah Voigt, Kazuo Ishiguro and more

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7 Days of Genius starts next week

Reel Pieces
Just announced! Reel Pieces with Annette Insdorf: Preview Screening of Seymour: An Introduction
Ethan Hawke and Seymour Bernstein
Pianist Seymour Bernstein was on the verge of a professional concert career 40 years ago, when he gave it all up to devote his life to teaching. Experience the rare genius of the master educator in Ethan Hawke’s intimate new documentary, Seymour: An Introduction—then hear from its director and its subject in person.

Part of 92Y’s 7 Days of Genius, this event is now available to Reel Pieces Film Club members. Tickets will be available to the public tomorrow at noon.

 

Sat, Mar 7, 7:15 pm

Genius
7 Days of Genius
Venture into the extraordinary next week
Everything genius is about to converge on 92Ybe part of it. Learn from luminaries like Cardinal Timothy Dolan and Michio Kaku; explore The Future of Life on Earth and The Genius of Technology; take our TV genius poll; hang in our heady Genius Cafe; meet real-life robots in our lobby; and much, much more …

 

Starts Mar 1

Lauder/Mallis
TOMORROWFashion Icons: Leonard A. Lauder with Fern Mallis
With the Estée Lauder company Leonard A. Lauder married fashion to beautyand the rest is history. From his unsurpassed Cubist art collection to his pioneering philanthropic work on Alzheimer’s and breast cancer, get the full story of a fabulous life.

 

Tue, Feb 24, 7:30 pm

Vicky Shick Dance
Harkness Dance Festival: Stripped/Dressed
Vicky Shick Dance: Pathétique, Miniatures in Detail
There’s nowhere else to see dance like this: first “stripped,” with the artist taking you deep into her process, and then as a fully “dressed” performance. Enter the vividly whacky worlds of Vicky Shick, with the choreographer herself as your personal guide.

 

Fri-Sun, Mar 6-8

Ishiguro/Phillips
Kazuo Ishiguro and Caryl Phillips
Don’t miss two eminent British-emigre novelists as they take the stage together. Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant, his first book since the bestselling Never Let Me Go, tells an epic story about the act of forgetting and the power of memory. And Phillips’ The Lost Child is a tale of orphans and outcasts, inspired by Wuthering Heights.

 

Wed, Mar 18, 7 pm

Coming up …
Meeting of the Minds: Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman with Dr. Eric KandelMar 10

Jeremy Piven and Rebecca Eaton in Conversation with Matt LauerMar 19

“Younger” with Darren Starr, Sutton Foster and Debi MazarMar 24

They Said What? with Joy Behar, Nancy Giles, Dean Obeidallah and Murray RichmanMar 25

 

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