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Exciting Events Around New York: March 2024



By Great Performances

Explore Great Music, Art and More at Our Partner Venues This Month!

Apollo Comedy Club

Thursday, March 14th at 10:00pm


Location: Apollo’s Soundstage


Tickets: $30 (Plus $10 food and beverage minimum)



Jumpstart your weekend with a fun night of laughter, drinks, and tasty bites with the best up and coming talent in comedy today. Curated by Bob Sumner (legendary producer of Def Comedy Jam, creator of Laff Mobb on Aspire), The Apollo Comedy Club presents a night of comedic sets that will have you rolling in laughter.


Perfect for date night, or a night out with friends, don’t miss your chance to heat up your Thursday with the hottest ticket in Harlem. Doors open at 9pm; Showtime is 10pm. There is a $10 food/beverage minimum.


Apollo Comedy Club is part of The Apollo’s Winter/Spring 2024 season.


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Friday, March 15th at 10:00pm


Location: Apollo’s Soundstage


Tickets:$30 (Plus $10 food and beverage minimum)


From student at the famed Berklee School of Music to winning Best New Artist at the 2019 Latin Grammy Awards–singer-songwriter Nella Rojas’ path was paved by the pop, jazz and Andalusian sounds she admired while developing her sound in her native Venezuela. Join us to hear the melodies that have packed venues worldwide. One-night-only on The Apollo Soundstage.


Perfect for date night, or a night out with friends, the Apollo Music Café series has served as a launching pad for numerous artists including Grammy winners PJ Morton and Samara Joy–showcasing their unique artistry in an intimate nightclub setting. The series features diverse performances across a myriad of genres (R&B, hip-hop, soul, jazz, latin, pop, funk and rock) and showcases artists drawn from the independent music scene who are making their mark in the industry. Doors open at 9pm; Showtime is 10pm. There is a $10 food/beverage minimum.


Apollo Music Café: Nella Rojas is part of The Apollo’s Winter/Spring 2024 season.


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Featuring COAL + ICE, Asia Society’s exhibition


Thursday, March 14th from 5:30pm to 8:00pm


Tickets: $25


Visit Asia Society’s new exhibition, COAL + ICE with an evening of cocktails, music, and catching up on Thursday, March 14 from 5:30 to 8 PM.


Enjoy the gorgeous Garden Court as you look at art, mingle with friends, and make new connections at Asia Society!


A ticket includes one drink, followed by a cash bar. Kindly note this event is only open to guests 21 years old and over.


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Family Day: Spring Into Nowruz

Celebrate the Persian New Year. In partnership with Pardis for Children.


Saturday, March 16th from 1:00pm to 4:00pm


Tickets: $12 adults, $7 members, $5 children over 2


Celebrate Nowruz and welcome the Persian New Year with a fun, family-friendly afternoon on Saturday, March 16, 2024, from 1 – 4 p.m. Join us for a day filled with interactive workshops, music, crafts, storytelling, and more. Don’t miss our live theater performance and make sure to stop by our special Nowruz photo booth to commemorate the start of the Spring season! Enjoy Persian sweets and savories as well, available for purchase at the Leo Cafe. Spring Into Nowruz is an Asia Society Family Day co-presented with Pardis for Children.


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The Look of Love

Wednesday, March 20th through Saturday, March 23rd


Location: Peter Jay Sharp Building, BAM Howard Gilman Opera House


Tickets: start at $25


An Evening of Dance to the Music of Burt Bacharach
Mark Morris Dance Group and Music Ensemble
Choreography by Mark Morris

Part of  Winter/Spring 2024


Playful and profound, Mark Morris’ sumptuous choreography finds an ideal counterpart in the chart-topping songs of Burt Bacharach. The legendary composer’s soaring melodies and unique orchestrations shine in lush new arrangements of songs like “Alfie,” “I Say a Little Prayer,” and “What the World Needs Now” by Pepperland composer Ethan Iverson. Broadway star Marcy Harriell offers a rich interpretation of Hal David’s bittersweet lyrics, backed by a live band. In his first major production in five years, Morris draws out both the joy and the piercing depths of these works to craft a heartfelt exploration of pop music’s most timeless theme: love.


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Visitors at Pints and Prints, 2023. (Photo: Kolin Mendez)

Pints and Prints:
Copy Machine Manifestos

Friday, March 8th from 7:00pm to 9:00pm


Tickets: $35 and include after-hours admission to Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines, a complimentary drink, and a Brooklyn Museum tote.


Grab a brew and create your own art prints inspired by Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines. Teaching artist Sam Kelly leads a class centered on printmaking, a practice essential to DIY zines and art books. Plus, enjoy tunes from 8-Ball Community’s DJ Shiver.


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Toyin Ojih Odutola. Paris Apartment, 2016–17. Charcoal, pastel, pencil on paper. The Dean Collection, courtesy of Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys. © Toyin Ojih Odutola. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York. (Photo: Joshua White / JWPictures.com)

Art History Happy Hour: Giants

Thursday, March 21st from 7:00pm to 9:00pm


Location: Martha A. and Robert S. Rubin Pavilion, 1st Floor


Tickets: $30 and include one specialty drink and after-hours admission to Giants.


Our season of Art History Happy Hour continues with an evening of lighthearted and informative lectures celebrating Giants: Art from the Dean Collection of Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys. Doors open at 6:30 pm.


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Schwab Vocal Rising Stars

Eros and Co.

Steven Blier, Artistic Director & piano Bénédicte Jourdois, Associate Director & piano

Sunday, March 17th at 3:00pm


Tickets: start at $30


The chaos and the delight of Cupid’s arrow are refracted in songs by Saint-Saëns, Granados, Cole Porter, Sam Cooke, and many others. This concert is the culmination of a week-long mentoring program at Caramoor for four young singers and a pianist, selected by Artistic Director Steven Blier.


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Will Liverman, baritone
Myra Huang, piano

Sunday March 24th at 3:00pm


Tickets: start at $39


Hailed as “a voice for this historic moment” by The Washington Post, baritone Will Liverman is one of the most exciting and versatile singers today. Following his “breakout performance” (New York Times) opening the Met’s 2021–22 season in Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones (which won the 2023 Grammy Award for Best Opera Recording) he returned this Fall to star in Anthony Davis’ X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X. Secure yourself a front-row seat to feel the power and beauty of Liverman’s voice in his Caramoor debut recital.


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Friday, March 8th through Sunday, March 10th


Tickets: start at $20


Pianist, singer, and composer Ann Hampton Callaway delights listeners of every generation with her striking vocal technique, intimate storytelling, and theatrical presence. A treasured artist whose music defies singular category, she interprets the American Songbook with astonishing range and wit. Expect a slick and stylish evening with the only artist ever known to collaborate with Cole Porter, penning music to his poem that would become “I Gaze in Your Eyes.” Don’t miss it!


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Ben Goldberg

NPR calls clarinetist and composer Ben Goldberg “an artist who seems to find beautiful melodies at the end of every path,” while Pop Matters lauds him as “one of those Midas musicians who brings all of the instrumental music’s best traits to roost under one umbrella.”



Tuesday, March 26th at 7:00pm


Tickets: start at $20


Goldberg’s Glamorous Escapades features selections from his book of compositions Porch Concert Material. Experience a night of wonderplay among creative improvisers: John Ellis, Will Bernard, Michael Coleman, Ben Allison, and Allan Mednard.



Wednesday, March 27th at 7:00pm


Tickets: start at $20


Goldberg’s Eupemystical Vibraphonium features new music and acclaimed favorites originally composed around the vibraphone and interpreted by a fearless ensemble of creative improvisers.


Saturday, March 16th at 3:00pm


Location: Rose Theater


Tickets: start at $20.50


The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and special guest vocalist Tammy McCann pay homage to the Queen of Gospel: Mahalia Jackson.

Born in New Orleans, the singer, band leader, and civil rights activist recorded some of the most memorable songs in the American canon, including “Move On Up a Little Higher,” the hit song that catapulted her toward international fame.

Join McCann and the JLCO as they perform inventive arrangements of Jackson’s significant recordings and lesser-known tunes and share stories of her commitment to fighting for justice and freedom.


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Friday, March 22nd and Saturday, March 23rd


Location: Rose Theater


Tickets: start at $40.50


Influential guitarist and composer Kurt Rosenwinkel returns to Rose Theater alongside the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis.

Beloved for his skyscraping improvisations and genre-bending compositions — and known for his creative collaborations with like-minded improvisers, including Joe Henderson, Brian Blade, and Mark Turner — the Philadelphia native’s emergence in the ’90s redefined his instrument and inspired a new generation of jazz guitarists.

Join this groundbreaking artist and the JLCO as they present the world premiere of Community and Continuum featuring new arrangements of Rosenwinkel’s original works.


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Poster Kids: New York, New York!

Sunday, March 24th from 10:30am to 12:00pm


Tickets: FREE!


New York City is the center of the universe—or, at the very least, the center of this month’s Poster Kids! Join us for a guided family tour of the new exhibition Wonder City of the World: New York City Travel Posters and then participate in a cityscape-focused art-making experience.


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PH x Teens: Unlocking NYC

Friday, March 29th from 3:30pm to 6:00pm


Tickets: FREE!


What makes New York City a “Wonder City”? Inspired by our newest exhibition, Wonder City of the Word: New York City Travel Posters, teens are invited to design their own keychain. Participants will reflect on notable landmarks, quotes, and events that symbolize what NYC means to them!


PH x Teens – Unlocking NYC is a drop-in program for young adults ages 13 to 18. Advanced registration is required but participants are not expected to stay the entire time; guests should plan to spend about an hour on this interactive, self-guided activity.


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Spring Lecture Luncheon

Wednesday, March 20th from 12:00pm to 3:00pm


Location: Wave Hill House


Tickets: Ticket levels vary


Rachel Lambert ‘Bunny’ Mellon is well known for the breadth of her creativity and exquisite taste, which in the horticultural sphere included designing the Rose Garden at the White House for President Kennedy. However, the sweep of Bunny Mellon’s artistry sees its fullest expression in the estate, garden and home that she shared with her husband Paul near Upperville, in rural northern Virginia, a little over an hour west of Washington DC. The lecture by Sir Peter Crane, President of the Oak Spring Garden Foundation, will focus on the remarkable walled garden that Mrs. Mellon created at her Virginia home and her exceptional library, which mainly includes works on the history of plant science, plant exploration, and the development of gardens and landscape design.


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Sunday, March 24th from 2:00pm to 3:00pm


Location: Armor Hall


Tickets: $30 Adult/$16 Student with ID/$14 Child (8-18), including admission to the grounds. Advance tickets $2 off. Wave Hill Members save 10%


Street poet and musician, Telmary has emerged as a leader and trendsetter on the cutting edge of hip-hop and urban music in Cuba. As a rapper, Telmary uses her distinctive voice, at times deep and soulful, at times fast and aggressive to proclaim a positive, empowering message, tearing down cultural barriers and connecting people of different backgrounds and languages. A Cubadisco award winner, Juno award winner and Latin Grammy nominee, Telmary has devised a special “unplugged” program for her Wave Hill debut, featuring horns, percussion and vocals.


This concert is part of “Roots and Branches,” Wave Hill’s indoor concert series featuring artists from across musical disciplines, exploring how traditions and heritage inspire musical exploration and growth.


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Join Ice Theater of New York this Winter for a City Skate Pop Up Concert at Wollman Rink!

Thursday, March 7th at 6:15pm


Founded by Moira North, ITNY’s mission is to celebrate and advance dance on ice as a performance art. Through its performances in both traditional and site-specific venues, ITNY presents ice dance that helps to open one’s eyes to seeing skating in new and unexpected ways. ITNY was the very first ice dance company to receive dance program funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. www.icetheatre.org


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Ice Season Concludes!

now through March, 15th, 2024


Wollman Rink NYC in iconic Central Park will open for ice skating daily from Saturday, October 28th, 2023 to March 15, 2024.


Don’t miss your chance to skate at Wollman Rink NYC, the perfect place to enjoy an iconic New York experience!


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