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http://www.92y.org/shop/category.asp?catalog=92y%5Fcatalog&category=Tisch+Center+for+the+Arts&category=Unterberg+Poetry+Center&redirect=literary Snodgrass made six appearances at the Y’s Poetry Center between 1959 and 1997. Listen to the full program, with an introduction by critic John Simon, of his reading from March 28, 1963.
You can download the mp3 file here: http://blog.92y.org/index.php/weblog/item/92y_podcast_remembering_wd_snodgrass_poet/
Duration : 1:8:40
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The First Floor 900 seat concert hall, home to hundreds of talks, (http://www.92y.org/lectures) concerts (http://www.92y.org/concerts) and literary readings (http://www.92y.org/literary/) every year: from Tom Cruise (http://is.gd/1rjVD) to Al Gore to Ani DiFranco to Chinua Achebe and Joyce Carol Oates. Residents get free tickets and discounts!
The Second Floor The dance studios (http://www.92y.org/dance/) that have been home to thousands including Martha Graham, Alvin Ailey and Doug Varone and the School of Music (http://www.92y.org) where Tony™ Award winner David Alvarez takes piano lessons.
The Third Floor Ceramics and jewelry studios (http://www.92y.org/jewelry) on one side of the building and entrance to our 25,000 square foot health club and gym on the other. (http://www.92y.org/maycenter)
The Fourth Floor Basketball court, state-of-the-art Cardio Court, spinning room and more
The Top Floors of the Y—International community of undergraduate and graduate students, young professionals and professional or summer interns
And, of course, the Residence at 92Y also has:
# Private rooms
# A safe, friendly environment at a cultural organization thats been creating community since 1874.
# 24/7 security, with security guards who know your name
# Fast free wi-fi
# An international residence population we have had guests from all over the world
# Flexible scheduling: call us, and well try to make it work
# Free housekeeping and linen service
# Close to Central Park and subways, Museum Mile, and more
# Special discounts to the 92Ys full service gym and pool
We have 350 beds. One of them is waiting for you!
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http://www.92y.org/shop/category.asp?category=Tisch+Center+for+the+Arts888Tisch+Center+Music+Programs888Tisch+08%2D09888&redirect=concerts Pianist Meral Guneyman appeared to be slightly nervous when she took the stage recently at the 92nd Street Ys concert Piano Players: New York Mix. But after a glowing introduction from the shows artistic director Dick Hyman, she launched into a powerful solo version of The Clothed Woman, one of several Ellington classics she played that evening with strong emotion and arresting dexterity. Later Hyman sat at another piano and they reprised his challenging arrangement of Solitude, skillfully filling in each others spaces and ending with a touching flourish. http://blog.92y.org/index.php/weblog/item/playful_virtuosity/
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WNET Thirteen NY celebrates the 75th Anniversary of the Harkness Dance Center in a documentary: Spirit of 92nd Street: The Harkness Dance Center At 75 . You can watch the full 30 minute program this March 08, 2009, at 12pm.
Since 1935, the 92nd Street Y has been a historic home of modern dance, nurturing the talents of such dance pioneers as Martha Graham, Doris Humphrey, Charles Weidman, Anna Sokolow, Hanya Holm, Alvin Ailey, Merce Cunningham, Robert Joffrey, Pearl Primus And Lester Horton. These artists created, performed and taught at the Y, building the foundation for contemporary dance as we know it. Today, with generous support from the Harkness Foundation for Dance, the 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center continues to be a home for dance teaching, creation and performance, serving the professional world and the community at large.
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http://www.92y.org/shop/category.asp?category=Tisch+Center+for+the+Arts888Tisch+Center+Music+Programs888Tisch+08%2D09888&redirect=concerts Pianist Meral Guneyman appeared to be slightly nervous when she took the stage recently at the 92nd Street Ys concert Piano Players: New York Mix. But after a glowing introduction from the shows artistic director Dick Hyman, she launched into a powerful solo version of The Clothed Woman, one of several Ellington classics she played that evening with strong emotion and arresting dexterity. Later Hyman sat at another piano and they reprised his challenging arrangement of Solitude, skillfully filling in each others spaces and ending with a touching flourish.
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http://www.92y.org/shop/category.asp?catalog=92y%5Fcatalog&category=Tisch+Center+for+the+Arts&category=Unterberg+Poetry+Center&redirect=literary Pinter, one of over 40 Nobel Prize winners who have spoken at the Y, made five appearances at our Poetry Center between 1964 and 1996. You can listen to the full program of his first on November 12, 1964 which includes a reading of short stories and poems—Tea Party / New Year in the Midlands / A Glass at Midnight / You in the Night / The Drama in April / The Anesthetists Pen / Jig / Episode / Afternoon / The Error of Alarm / The Table / The Black and White selection / The Examination—followed by a Q&A where he talks about literary influences, point of view, his opinion of Edward Albees Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and the classic Beatles vs. Rolling Stones debate.
You can download a copy of the full audio file in mp3 format, here: http://blog.92y.org/index.php/weblog/item/92y_podcast_remembering_harold_pinter_british_playwright/
Duration : 1:5:49
Steven Isserlis & Friends perform Bachs Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G Major at Divine Voice: The Life & Music of J.S. Bach
Krista Bennion Feeney, Daniel Phillips, Todd Phillips, violins
Nicholas Cords, Colin Jacobsen, Andrea Hallam, violas
Steven Isserlis, Carter Brey, Amir Eldan, cellos
John Feeney, bass
Maggie Cole, harpsichord
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Live from NY’s 92nd Street Y (“Live”) uses satellite technology to simultaneously broadcast the Y’s renowned educational and cultural programming to community organizations across America.
Featured speakers in this video clip: Elie Wiesel, Bill Clinton, Mario Cuomo, Joan Rivers, Joseph Ellis, Pamela Wallin, Anita Diamant, David Mamet, Alan Dershowitz, Ed Koch, Robert Redford, Sandra Day O’Connor, Jack Welch, Barbara Bush, Cindy Chupack, Rabbi Jen Krause, Thomas Friedman, Sir Paul McCartney, Jeff Bezos, Leonard Lopate, Alan King, George Stephanopolous, George Will, Dan Rather and Hillary Clinton.
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http://www.92y.org/shop/category.asp?category=888Comedy888&redirect=comedy On April 30, 2001, comedian Judy Gold interviewed Grammy Award-winning comic legend George Carlin at Congregation Rodeph Sholom as part of the 92nd Street Y’s Funny People Series. You can listen to the whole program here for many of Carlin’s stories about his life and comedy career, including an extended explanation of the “Seven Dirty Words.”
Download the audio file in mp3 form, here: http://blog.92y.org/index.php/weblog/item/92y_podcast_remembering_george_carlin/
Duration : 0:55:44