Author: Tulis McCall

New York Philharmonic Offerings

In 1942 Copland composed Fanfare for the Common Man to support America’s effort during World War II. He settled on this title because, as he put it, “It was the common man, after all, who was doing all the dirty work in the war and the army.” He later added, “He deserved a fanfare.” Today, the title could just as easily apply to the healthcare workers and other essential frontline workers who have helped us through the COVID-19 pandemic.

This newly recorded performance was conducted by David Robertson in January 2021 at St. Bartholomew’s Church.

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Carnegie Hall’s “Voices of Hope”

Early this year, Read650 put out a call for submissions exploring the link between creativity and resilience. We did so as one of forty-plus cultural and academic institutions across New York City and beyond partnering with Carnegie Hall’s first-ever digital festival, Voices of Hope.

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THEATER FOR THE NEW CITY – APRIL 3, OF “OPEN ‘THO SHUT

On Saturday, April 3 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM, Theater for the New City (TNC), 155 First Ave., will present a mixed music and performance lineup for the twenty-first installment of “Open ‘Tho Shut,” its afternoon of “walk-by theater” that is staged in its set shop and visible from East Tenth Street between First and Second Avenues.

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SEASON 2 OF LIVE AT THE LORTEL

Hosted by Eric Ostrow, along with co-hosts Joy DeMichelle and John-Andrew Morrison, season two of “Live at The Lortel” is dedicated to amplifying the voices and stories of people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, and artists who stand in solidarity with the continued fight against institutional racism and racial injustice. Theater makers will delve into their thoughts on the future of theater during this period of radical change. They will also discuss their craft, as well as their professional and personal projects that help to make theatre and the world more equitable.

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