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New York: Mahler’s Fourth Symphony and Auerbach

March 01, 2017 at David Geffen Hall in New York.


Mar 1, 2017 | Wednesday 7:30 PM
Mar 2, 2017 | Thursday 7:30 PM
Mar 3, 2017 | Friday 8:00 PM

Alan Gilbert conducts Mahler’s sunniest symphony, whose ethereal last movement describes a child’s vision of heavenly life, overflowing bowls of tasty food, dancing, angels, and saints, radiantly portrayed by Christina Landshamer. And Leonidas Kavakos solos in the World Premiere of a new violin concerto written for him by Lera Auerbach (a “tremendous talent as a composer.” — The Washington Post).

Lera Auerbach Violin Concerto No. 4 (World Premiere–New York Philharmonic Commission)
Mahler Symphony No. 4

Alan Gilbert Conductor
Leonidas Kavakos Violin
Christina Landshamer Soprano

Address: 10 Lincoln Ctr, New York
Mahler’s Fourth Symphony and Auerbach

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New York: Manhattan Monologue Slam

November 21, 2016 at American Beauty NYC in New York.


The best actor showcase show voted by BackStage Readers. Actors looking for that fabled big break come to the Manhattan Monologue Slam, FREE PIZZA!

Find out how actor Ari Barkan got his agent from the MANHATTAN MONOLOGUE SLAM

In order to participate or attend you have to buy your ticket at
NO TICKETS ARE SOLD AT THE DOOR this is a private event.
6:00pm THE NETWORKING PARTY STARTS MEET INDUSTRY PROS. show starts at 7:00pm Come network at 6pm with industry panelists looking for undiscovered talent.
– TV Producer, Author Jeffrey Gurian
– Avenue B Talent Management
– Talent Management company KDMA
– Evan Majors Casting Director digital content, ad campaigns, and commercials.
– FORMER MANHATTAN MONOLOGUE SLAM CHAMPION Ari Barkan now can be seen FOX’s Gotham, NBC’s The Blacklist, Wolf of Wall Street and The Rock’s co-star in Rock The Promo. His work can be seen at www.thearibarkan.com

The process of the slam is you have to perform a 30-second monologue in order for us to see your talent and for the opportunity to possibly cast you in an upcoming show in the championship set, if you want to perform just prepare a 30 second monologue of any type.

Address: 251 W 30th St, New York
Manhattan Monologue Slam

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Buffalo: Zach Deputy at Buffalo Iron Works – NOV 29TH

November 29, 2016 at Buffalo Iron Works in Buffalo.


Tuesday November 29th – Zach Deputy w/ Special Guests
Doors: 7:00pm, Show: 8:00pm – Tickets: $10 ADV/$12 DOS – Ages: 18+

Zach Deputy was raised in the South Carolina heat, all cooked up in his Puerto Rican, Cruzan and Irish heritage. The Calypso rhythms and folk songs of St. Croix competed with the R&B / soul of pioneers like James Brown and Ray Charles for space on the family stereo. As Deputy honed his craft, a unique hybrid of these influences emerged, ultimately creating the signature Zach Deputy sound. To bring this sound to the stage, the big, impossibly upbeat South Carolinian with the infectious smile puts on a solo show– enhanced by looping technology– that is essentially a one man dance party offering up what he calls “Island-infused, Drum ‘n’ Bass, Gospel-Ninja-Soul” to the enthusiastic crowds of dancers who flock to clubs from coast-to-coast. Over 1000 shows in the past 4 years have made Zach Deputy one of the most in-demand performers on the grassroots festival circuit and a big hit on the national club circuit.

Address: 49 Illinois St, Buffalo
Zach Deputy at Buffalo Iron Works - NOV 29TH

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New York: Dialogue and Publication Launch: Correspondence between NYC & P-

November 04, 2016 at Cornell AAP NYC in New York.


On November 4 at Cornell AAP NYC, Nathalie Jolivert, Rejin Leys, Jerry Philogene, and Andy Robert present their individual practices as a point of departure for a conversation on art related to the spaces of New York City and Port-au-Prince. Considering the artist studio as a space of production and at times also of living, most artists submerged in the city gather and repurpose material from the spaces around them, both physical found objects and mental observations. Through their work, artists participate in the transformation of the urban fabric. The relationship between an artwork and the context in which it is produced is not a monolog, but a conversation wherein the two engage with each other in dialogue that subsequently changes both.

The conversation will address subjects related to the mapping of non-Euclidean spaces — whether it be a celestial or subaltern space, informal economies, or psychogeographies — investigating their effects on the produced artworks and contemplating the relationship to the spaces of production. When these non-Euclidean works are brought into proximity of architecture, how will they alter the space?

The conversation will be moderated by Visiting Lecturer Alva Mooses, followed by the launch of the limited edition publication Correspondence between NYC & P-au-P, which Mooses developed over the past year as a means of connecting artworks and writing from the two metropoles.

Nathalie Jolivert is a New York City–based architect and artist who grew up in Port-au-Prince and received her B.F.A. and B.Arch. from RISD. While at RISD she won the Gensler National Diversity Award in 2011, which features her eco-touristic project for the indigenous Wayuu tribe of La Guajira in Colombia. Professionally, Jolivert worked on various projects with Architecture For Humanity, Studio Drum Collaborative, and the Architectural Association Visiting School in Haiti. As a painter, she also won a travel art residency to Bangladesh and Malawi which led to an exhibition at the Frontiers in Development Forum in Washington, DC (2014). Her interest in the urban fabric of Port-au-Prince led her to write an essay titled “Bringing down the Walls,” published in UCLA’s Haiti NOW urban almanac (2015). Jolivert’s design process is often inspired by local stories, which she incorporates throughout her architectural and art projects.

Rejin Leys is a mixed-media artist and community papermaker based in New York City. Her drawings and artist’s books have been exhibited at such venues as Centro Cultural de Espana, Santo Domingo; Kentler International Drawing Space, New York City; Queens Museum, New York City; and Les Ateliers J.R. Jerome, Port-au-Prince. Her work is in the collections of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Yale University, and the Rutgers University Caribbean Studies Department. In 1995 Leys was awarded a fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts.

Jerry Philogene is an associate professor in the American studies and Africana studies departments at Dickinson College. She received her doctorate from New York University in American Studies. Her articles have appeared in Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism, BOMBMagazine, Radical History Review, MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, and, most recently, Journal of Haitian Studies. She has published numerous exhibition catalog essays. She is the coeditor of a special forthcoming issue of Small Axe (March 2017) that will focus exclusively on the work of women artists from the global Caribbean. She is currently working on a manuscript, titled The Socially Dead and the ‘Improbably Citizen:’ Cultural Transformations of Haitian Citizenship, which provides a rich, textured analysis of the power of the visual field and its complex relationship between violence, domination, and liberation through an exploration of contemporary painting, photography, film, and comics. An award-winning teacher, Philogene was the recipient of Dickinson College’s 2015 Distinguished Teaching Award.

Andy Robert was born in Les Cayes, Haiti, and received his B.F.A. in painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art, and an M.F.A. from the California Institute of the Arts. Robert attended the Whitney Independent Study Program, and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. He is a recipient of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant. Robert has exhibited at the Bienal de las Fronteras (Instituto Tamaulipeco papa la Cultura y las Artes) in Tamaulipas, Mexico; Papillion Art, Night Gallery, and Hannah Hoffman Gallery in Los Angeles; Dimensions Variable, Miami; and at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Robert is currently the 2016 artist-in-residence at the Studio Museum of Harlem.

Correspondence between NYC & P-au-P was made possible with the generous support of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation Artist Community Engagement Grant, and the artists featured in the publication: Katelyn Alexis, Jhon Charles, Xavier Delancour, Papa Da (Alphonse Jean Junior), Dyapazon (Erntz Jeudy), Andre Eugene, Leah Gordon, Getho Jean-Baptiste, Nathalie Jolivert, Pascale Monnin, Valerie Noisette, Rasin (Joseph Fils Racine), RAM, Ruthger Richard, Claude Saintilus, @seebytouch, Felipe Baeza, Lea Cetera, Mauricio Cortes Ortega, Laura Serejo Genes, Caludio Cortinez, Richard Arthur Fleming, Frances Gallardo, Troels Steenholdt Heiredal, Samuel Jablon, Marsha Jean-Charles, Rejin Leys, Daniel Simidor, Jerry Lim, Alva Mooses, Andrew Cornell Robinson, and Kantara Souffrant.

Address: 26 Broadway, Fl 20th, New York
Dialogue and Publication Launch: Correspondence between NYC & P-

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Glens Falls: Glens Falls Kennel Club Fundraiser at Cooper’s Cave Ale Company

November 15, 2016 at Cooper’s Cave Ale Company in Glens Falls.


Please join us Nov. 15, at Cooper’s Cave Ale Company in Glens Falls for a fundraiser to benefit the Glens Falls Kennel Club. The restaurant is generously donating 15% of all food and beverage purchases to the club. When you arrive that night to eat, you must mention to the hostess and your waitress that you are there to participate in the Glens Falls Kennel Club Fundraiser.

Please RSVP by Nov. 8, so the restaurant can have the appropriate staff on hand. Not valid on takeouts.

Address: 2 Sagamore St, Glens Falls
Glens Falls Kennel Club Fundraiser at Cooper

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Syracuse: Paint Nite at the Crunch

December 03, 2016 at Oncenter War Memorial Arena in Syracuse.


Join us for our most spectacular special event yet – Paint Nite at The CRUNCH! We’ll be painting right in the Oncenter Complex, the home of our favorite hockey team! Your Paint Nite ticket purchase includes ONE ticket to see The Crunch annihalate the Rochester Americans that night! THE PAINT NITE PORTION OF THE EVENT IS FOR AGES 21 AND UP ONLY. All attendees must purchase a ticket. Get more detailed info (including information about additional Crunch tickets) and purchase your tickets IN ADVANCE (an RSVP on Facebook does NOT reserve you a seat) at the Purchase Ticket link above.

Paint Nite invites you to break away from your typical night out with the perfect cocktail of creativity and conversation!
Guests spend two hours creating a one-of-a-kind painting and laughing with friends at a popular local venue. Cheers, ‘Cuse!

Address: 200 Madison St, Syracuse
Paint Nite at the Crunch

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New York: Karaoke- ONE Tuesday ONLY!

November 01, 2016 at Tune In Tuesdays at RISE in New York.


NO karaoke this Monday because of Halloween!

Karaoke is moved toTuesday night for ONE WEEK ONLY!

Sign up starts at 10pm.

Contest at 12am- winner gets $100 cash prize!

Hosted by Emily McNamara

Music by DJTK

See you there!

859 9th Ave, New York, NY 10019

Address: 859 Ninth Ave, New York
Karaoke- ONE Tuesday ONLY!

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New York: “We Are One Species” /// Meditation and 1st annual NYC Silent Peace March

November 05, 2016 at Washington Square Park in New York.


To say it’s been an exhausting year of politics would be an understatement.

However, as bad as it has seemed recently we must not forget how far we have progressed. It may come as a surprise, but we are currently living in the most peaceful decade in world history. Overall, violence globally is in decline.

Source: https://youtu.be/ramBFRt1Uzk

We must demonstrate to the world we are coming together –not just as one nation, but as one planet. United together, we inspire hope.

“We Are One Species” is an event rooted in positivity. It is about celebrating our commonalities and our diversity as humans rather than being separated by our differences. The event has been designed for two main purposes:

1. Teach humans peace is possible (and rational to believe in).
2. Remind each other that all human lives are sacred.

If you are planning to attend the event please RSVP, tickets are free!!– but it helps us organize, you’re the best!:


“We Are One Species” is not a political event.
It is an event for ALL people of ALL political standings and ALL beliefs: ALL races, ALL ages, ALL sizes, ALL genders, ALL classes, ALL sexual preferences, ALL religions, and ALL citizens of ALL countries are welcome and wanted.

We believe optimism is a self fulfilling prophecy. +++


“We Are One Species” will begin at 12:00 noon EST at Washington Square park in NYC.

-There will be multiple world renowned environmental activists teaching how we can protect and preserve our planet. There will also be humanitarian speakers on how we can take care of our neglected populations.

-There will be a meditation at 2:00 EST led by one of the top NYC meditation leaders and a sound meditation at 3:30 led by one of the top NYC meditation centers.

-There will be performances by multiple bands (as well as a beautiful harp performance) and multiple short sets by dj’s.

-There will be yoga teachers teaching yoga in different areas of the park.

***Finally at 5:00 we will be doing a silent peace march through the streets of NYC in remembrance of all the people that have been killed from violence. This is to inspire the world that we are going to overcome our differences worldwide this century.


1. What to wear:

The universal achromatic color of peace.

Get creative and put together your favorite futuristic, white, peaceful warrior costume! Think Princess Leia everywhere! 😉

There will be makeup artists to help you get in the full spirit of the event. Feel free to add cool lights to your costume if you’re feeling fancy.


2. What to Bring!:

A. Yourself (most important, bring the positive version)

B: Lots of food! (More than you can eat!)

Bring enough for 3 or 4 people. “We Are One Species” will be a day of abundance. It will be like having a giant group picnic. Share your excess food and meet/connect with all the humans around you.

–Meaning make sure to bring your own trash bag and take your own garbage home with you (be respectful and don’t put it in the Washington park waste bins). This way we don’t leave any garbage at all in the park. Do your best to have as minimal waste as possible with your food.

**If you want to really feel like Captain Planet please help pick up any trash you see throughout the event and put it in your own trash bag. Also ask people nicely to not leave any waste lying around, but don’t be a jerk! Do it with love!)

C. A black and white picture of someone that has been killed- especially recently.

Children, women, men, anyone of any race. We will look at these pictures before we march to remind ourselves we will create a peaceful future and no longer accept our petty, selfish reasons for war.

D. Home made beautiful signs – but only positive ones.
“Go humanity!” Etc., peace signs, sacred geometry etc.

E. Your talent!
Are you a great singer? Musician? Dancer? Writer? Poet? Performer? Flow artists? Comedian? Person?

Bring your instruments and your equipment and leave your shyness at home. Be part of the celebration! This is about all of us. We want you to bring all those mad skillz and display them! You are unique and we’re happy you exist.

E. Your yoga mat if you want to get your yogi on!

F. Warm blankets!!! Just in case it’s cold.
(If you have white ones especially)

What to not bring:
1. Bad attitudes and discriminatory thoughts.
2. Weapons of any kind.
3. Anger, hatred or grudges.
4. Disbelief in the power of people uniting.


Alright all you world changers, let’s make this event historic. Share this event with all the positive humans you know and let’s have a crazy, wild turnout.

Peace is possible.
See you on the 5th!! ��

Address: 5 Avenue, Waverly Place, West 4th and MacDougal Streets, New York
"We Are One Species" /// Meditation and 1st annual NYC Silent Peace March

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Franklinville: Buffalove Music Festival 2017

July 20, 2017 at Buffalove Music Festival in Franklinville.


Buffalove Music Festival 2017
-BACK and BETTER THAN EVER for it’s 5th Anniversary-
3 Days of Camping, Music, Arts & LOVE!
July 20-23, 2017
The Woods at Bear Creek
3510 Bear Creek Rd.
Franklinville, NY 14737


Blind Faith/General Admission/VIP Ticket, Cabin Rental & Lineup Announcement Information COMING SOON!

Artist Submissions, Sponsorship/Media/Volunteer/All Other Inquiries – BuffaloveBooking@gmail.com

Address: 3510 Bear Creek Rd,, Franklinville
Buffalove Music Festival 2017

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