Adam Glaser conducts music of William Walton, Benjamin Britten, and Michael Denis O’Callaghan, winner of the 2019-2020 NYU Steinhardt Orchestral Composition Competition
NYU Steinhardt Music and Performing Arts Professions presents a tribute to Harriet Tubman featuring the programs in Dance Education, Drama Therapy, Educational Theatre, Jazz Studies, Vocal Performance…
Featuring world premiere performances of works for piano and electronics by Ellen Fishman and Alvin Lucier. Marilyn Nonken, piano
Premieres by NYU resident student composers, The NYU Contemporary Music Ensemble performs Andy Akiho’s "To wALk Or ruN in wEst harlem," and a solo set by Rebekah Heller.
Black History Month is often a time for reflection of how we contribute to the empowerment of the Black community through our personal journeys.
In honor of Black History Month, NYU Steinhardt will host a series of events in February in collaboration with NYU departments and student organizations
Jonathan Singer (Improvisation and Harmony Part I)
Premieres by NYU resident student composers and guest soloist Lucy Yao performing “The Currents” by Sarah Kirkland Snider.
Philip Broome, euphonium (West Point Band)
Rex Surany, bass (Metropolitan Opera Orchestra)
Join Alliance for Fair Food, leaders of The Coalition of Immokalee Workers, and the NYU Steinhardt Nutrition and Food Studies Department to learn more about worker-driven social responsibility and how…
Come learn about the benefits of attending conferences, get some resources for funding, and tips for presenting at conferences.
Through individual presentations and a panel discussion, cultural workers from major NYC art museums will discuss the roles and responsibilities of their organizations in relation to local and…
Constructed from interviews in the late 1980s, this new verbatim documentary theatre play brings to life the experiences of 20 early activists fighting for LGBTQ rights before Stonewall.
Featuring new works by Ukrainian composers
Dr. Rober Roeser, Professor of Caring and Compassion and Professor of Human Development and Family Studies from Pennsylvania State University, will give a presentation as part of the IES-PIRT…
An evening of electro-acoustic music by composers and performers that embrace an eclectic variety of styles and aesthetics.