Cartography is a contemporary theatre work brought to vivid life by riveting design, innovative technology and fresh staging that powerfully conveys the interior and exterior lives of young refugees fleeing their homeland.
View a special free screening of this new film that powerfully captures the story of Harlem Quartet violinist and founder Ilmar Gavilán and Aldo López-Gavilán — two brothers who were separated by politics, but united by music.
Drawing from a larger collective of more than 60 women and non-binary singers, the Resistance Revival Chorus fuses music and activism inspiring change and uplifting women’s voices with euphoric music that mines the rich history of the protest song.
Distinguished as one of America's Cultural Treasures, Ballet Hispánico celebrates more than 50 years at the forefront of dance with an evening of contemporary works that explore the diversity and vibrancy of Latinx cultures.
Ranky Tanky kicks off the season with an unforgettable opening concert featuring playful songs, soulful vocals and funky beats that celebrate the enduring spirit of the Gullah, while forging a new path for American music.
In its stunning and evocative program Sunrise, Aizuri Quartet takes audiences on a musical journey that spans from the darkness of night to the dawn of a new day with works by C. Schumann, Bartók, Tagaq and Haydn.