Strength Training, It’s Not Just For Athletes!
Make Music Your Business! For doing so good health is a “must” for a successful career!
A health workshop for musicians with Matthew Flaherty leading a special workshop for MFM members and aspiring musicians making music and business work hand in hand.
“The aim of the Vision Festival is to keep alive in hearts and minds, all of the idealism, integrity and sense of responsibility that lay at the heart of the creative movements in the 60’s.”
– Patricia Nicholson Parker
V21 Celebrating Henry Grimes
June 7 – 12, 2016
Judson Memorial Church
55 Washington Sq. South, NYC
Date: Monday, May 23, 2016
Time: 5pm to 6:30pm
Venue: WeWork Wall Street (110 Wall Street, NY, NY)
Ticket: free, but RSVP via Eventbrite here: http://www.eventbrite.com/o/musicians-for-musicians-inc-10586797435
Limited seating: 50
LegalShield‘s associates Mike Juliano & Brad Bolnick will lead a legal workshop for MFM (http://www.MusiciansForMusicians.org) members and aspiring musicians, making music and business work hand in hand.
Castillo Theatre is proud to present the American premiere of Even Under Bitterness being directed by the Munich-based theatre artist, Hans Melzer. Even Under Bitterness is an avant-garde, multi-media performance made up of poems written by our namesake, the Guatemalan poet and activist, Otto René Castillo.
We at Castillo Theatre have long wanted to create a performance piece using Otto René Castillo’s poems so when Melzer reached out to us with a show he had been touring throughout Europe we were thrilled. Obviously Castillo’s poems and life have been inspirational to us here. His poems are passionate, sometimes sad, often outraged by poverty and injustice. Our work is an attempt to answer the question raised in Castillo’s “Apolitical Intellectuals”: What did you do when the poor suffered?”
Even Under Bitterness will be performed in English and German featuring German actress, Gabi Heller, and two Castillo actresses: Madelyn Chapman and Olivia Luna. The poems will be accompanied by improvised live music along with video projections.
1. Transcendent Arts of Tibet and India
Date: Monday, April 4 through Friday, April 15, 2016
Venue: Winter Garden (230 Vesey Street New York, NY 10821)
Genre: Mandala/Indian dance and music
Immerse yourself in the glorious traditions of Tibet and India from April 4-15 in the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place!
The first week kicks-off with extraordinary sacred music and dance with The Mystical Arts of Tibet featuring the Tibetan Monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery. Watch throughout the week as they create a magnificent mandala sand painting created with millions of grains of colored sands. The week will conclude with a full performance by the Monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery on Friday night and a fascinating closing ceremony for the sand mandala with a procession to the Hudson river on Saturday.