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  Symphony Space
Address: 2537 Broadway at 95th Street
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Oct-23-18 07:00 PM Sarah J Maas- Kingdom of Ash Tour
Oct-23-18 07:00 PM Sarah J. Maas
Oct-26-18 09:00 PM "I AM" Series 10 "ONE" "I AM" Series 10 "ONE" As we are celebrating our 1 year anniversary month, our theme is ONE.  What des ONE mean to you? and what's the story you want to share?  "I AM" Series Mission : To Heal and Connect with Art and Heart We offer performance events and workshop/conversation series for creatives We create safe space for creatives to connect authentically.  We create healing One art at a time.  10/26 Friday 9pm Bar Thalia $10 Suggested Donation
Oct-28-18 08:00 PM Shalom Asayag NY שלום אסייג , אחד האמנים המצחיקים והמובילים בישראל במופע סטנד אפ קורעעעע!!! מהרו לשריין כרטיסים!! NO REFUND/ NO EXCANGE 
Nov-01-18 07:30 PM SPANGLISH FLY
Nov-03-18 11:00 AM Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players:Two Showings 11am & 12pm Saturday, November 3 at 11 am and 2 pm:TWO SHOWINGS Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players This three-time GRAMMY-nominated artist known as “the Judy Blume of kiddie rock” (New York Times) dishes out intelligent and whimsically rocking music that is "on your feet fun and laugh-out-loud funny” (People). At their exclusive fall NYC performance, Justin and the Not Ready for Naptime Players, will be joined by their lively puppet friends Willy the Whale, Little Dave and Tim. This band is an audience favorite at Symphony Space year after year. Find out more about Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players at www.justinrobertsmusic.com. Ages 2 and up
Nov-10-18 11:00 AM Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers: “Legend of the Banana Kid” 11 am and 2 pm Saturday, November 10 Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers: “Legend of the Banana Kid” 11 am and 2 pm Little Chucky heads to the Wild West to outwit outlaws in this cowboy adventure! With a fistful of bananas, Chucky rides into town on his trusty goat for a showdown with Big Bad Bart and his gang of bandits (please note that there are no guns in the show). “The Legend of the Banana Kid” features 20 of Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers’ hand-crafted glove, mouth and rod puppets, and a slew of flying and twirling styrofoam bananas. It’s a hilarious show for all ages, best for kids ages 4 and up. For more information about the show, please visit: http://www.frogtownpuppets.com/the-legend-of-the-banana-kid.html Ages 2 and up
Nov-14-18 08:00 PM Rhiannon Giddens
Nov-17-18 11:00 AM Moona Luna in Concert Join a joyous sing-along with the Brooklyn based kindie group which the New York Daily News says provides “the missing soundtrack for bilingual/bicultural kids.” The band will perform songs from their acclaimed and award-winning albums, Piñata Party (2011), Vamos, Let’s Go! (2013), and their “family bus adventure through Latin America": Panorama (2016). Songwriter and band leader Sandra Velasquez finds inspiration in American pop hits of the 1950s and ‘60s. Staying true to their bilingual mission, most songs are in both English and Spanish. Moona Luna has performed all over the country, from The National Mall In Washington D.C. to Madison Square Park In New York City. Visit https://www.moonalunamusic.com/ for the latest information. Ages 2 and up
Nov-17-18 07:30 PM Aritmia: Merima Kljuco & Miroslav Tadic Two celebrated instrumentalists ruminate on their common roots and shared love of traditional Balkan and classical music with originalworks and arrangements of Erik Satie, Manuel de Falla, and the mournful music of sevdah—sometimes called 'Bosnian blues'. One of the world's finest concert accordionists, Bosnian-born Merima Ključo is a frequent guest soloist with orchestras like the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and Holland Symphonia, and has worked with internationally renowned artists and ensembles such as Theodore Bikel, MusikFabrik and the Schönberg Ensemble. An acclaimed guitarist of Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian origins, Miroslav Tadić has performed and recorded with luminaries such as Terry Riley, Plácido Domingo, Wadada Leo Smith, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Monte-Carlo. This virtuosic pair shares the fruits of their unique musical partnership, offering a singular mix of joy, yearning and aching beauty.