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Painting the Village: The Village Trip Arts Walk with a Village Artist

Washington Square Arch at Fifth Avenue & Washington Square North NY

Join historian, painter, filmmaker, performance artist and exuberant raconteur Marc Kehoe for a stroll through the artist's Greenwich Village, birthplace of American Modern Art.

$20 – $25

Hot Summer Jazz Series: Mark Winkler

Pangea NYC 178 2nd Ave, NY

Mark Winkler's Late Bloomin’ Jazzman is the latest album by vocalist and songwriter Mark Winkler, an homage to growing older and the blessings and the downsides that come with age.

$25

Global Greenwich Village: Lecture by Robert W. Snyder

Jefferson Market Library 425 6th Avenue, NY

Greenwich Village has long been a place where people make plans to turn the world upside down. Since the late nineteenth century, the neighborhood has absorbed new people and new ideas in the arts, culture, and politics; marinated them in hope, humor and contentiousness; and then shared them with New York City, the USA, and the world.

Free

James Beard House Tour

James Beard House 167 West 12th Street, NY

One of the most significant figures in the history of American cuisine, Beard pioneered television as a medium for teaching the art of cooking and emphasized the use of fresh, local ingredients and American approaches to food.

$10

James Beard House Tour

James Beard House 167 West 12th Street, NY

One of the most significant figures in the history of American cuisine, Beard pioneered television as a medium for teaching the art of cooking and emphasized the use of fresh, local ingredients and American approaches to food.

$10

James Beard House Tour

James Beard House 167 West 12th Street, NY

One of the most significant figures in the history of American cuisine, Beard pioneered television as a medium for teaching the art of cooking and emphasized the use of fresh, local ingredients and American approaches to food.

$10

Children of the American Bop (and Mambo) Night!

The Public Theater & Joe's Pub 425 Lafayette Street (at Astor Place), NY

Jack Kerouac's legendary status as the leading voice of the Beat writers was cemented with his seminal work, On the Road. Published in 1957, the same year West Side Story debuted on Broadway and Sputnik launched into space. David Amram and Bobby Sanabria will perform jazz and Latin classics of the 1950s that influenced Kerouac and an entire generation. The show will also include brief readings from On the Road with music, just as Kerouac and Amram pioneered jazz-poetry in New York in 1957.

$25

Secret Music: Celebrating David Del Tredici at 85

St John’s in the Village 218 W 11th St, New York, NY

Pianist Marc Peloquin performs music of the great American composer and long-time resident of the West Village, David Del Tredici, as part of his 85th birthday celebration. Also included on the program will be works by composers affiliated with Del Tredici, including Robert Helps and Dennis Tobenski.

$15 – $20

Mariah Bonner: Yours in Song

Pangea NYC 178 2nd Ave, NY

Join Mariah Bonner for an intimate evening of song, an eclectic mix of American standards, French ballads, pop songs and original material expressed vividly in Mariah’s rich vocals.

$30

Lunchtime Concert: Native American Portraits

Anna Maria Kellen Concert Hall 235 East 11th Street, NY

A performance of Native American Portraits for violin, piano, and percussion, by David Amram at Third Street Music School Settlement. It will be preceded by a demonstration of Native American music and instruments and conclude with an opportunity for discussion.

Free
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Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Sites Tour

Washington Square Arch at Fifth Avenue & Washington Square North NY

On the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Sites Tour, fans can step back in time and follow in the footsteps of Midge as they get a swanky peek into 1950s Manhattan. They'll […]

$25 – $30

On the Road Reading with Music

The Strand: The Rare Book Room 828 Broadway at 12th Street, NY

A recording of the livestream is available to buy.
A diverse cast including Stephanie Berry, Kevin Corrigan, John Doman, Marsha Mason, Dael Orlandersmith, Mercedes Ruehl, Jose Rivera, and John Ventimiglia read excerpts from Jack Kerouac’s classic novel accompanied by a jazz quartet led by the legendary David Amram and directed by David Deblinger. Produced in collaboration with HB Studio.

$10 – $20

Penny Arcade’s Longing Lasts Longer

Pangea NYC 178 2nd Ave, NY

Penny Arcade and Steve Zehentner return to Pangea with their world-wide hit show. Longing Lasts Longer, an investigation into the difference between nostalgia and longing, illuminates the seismic shifts over the past 50 years.

$20 – $25

Bowers Fader Duo

St John’s in the Village 218 W 11th St, New York, NY

Cutting Edge Concerts joins The Village Trip to present the Bowers Fader Duo performing both classical and contemporary repertoire. Their ongoing mission is to promote new American art songs for mezzo and guitar, through commissions, performances, and recordings.

$15 – $20