Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — SEOUL, KOREA: Day 2
Jul
8
7:00 PM19:00

Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — SEOUL, KOREA: Day 2

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Claudio Jung, international opera baritone and professor at the Kookmin University of the Arts, and Director of the Opera Arts Management Institute. As a performer, he strives to break down the wall between traditional classical art and popular culture; and screenings of The Eagle Huntress (2016), Felt, Feelings, and Dreams (2013), and Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Mathaai (2008).

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Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — NEW YORK: Day 5
Jun
17
7:00 PM19:00

Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — NEW YORK: Day 5

LIVE MUSIC by SKY CARAVAN, violinist Milena Davidowicz & pianist Tim Brown, perform exciting Gypsy and Ukrainian music, an AZTEC DANCER CEREMONY by Cetiliztli Nauhcampa, and FILM SCREENINGS of: BORN TO BE WILD (2011), an inspiring story of the remarkable bond between humans and animals, and THE EAGLE HUNTRESS (2016), a thrilling true story that follows the quest of thirteen-year-old Aisholpan who is training to become the first female to raise an eagle fledgling from out of the nest and enter an all-male competition with her full-grown eagle on horseback.

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Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — NEW YORK: Day 4
Jun
16
6:00 PM18:00

Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — NEW YORK: Day 4

Outdoor music and dance at 6:30pm in Union's Courtyard, with a special live performance in James Chapel, will be followed by a screening of TAKING ROOT: THE VISION OF WANGARI MAATHAI by Alan Dater and Lisa Merton. The story of Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Wangari Maathai whose simple act of planting trees grew into a nationwide movement to safeguard the environment, protect human rights, and defend democracy.

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Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — NEW YORK: Day 3
Jun
15
3:00 PM15:00

Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — NEW YORK: Day 3

Live Haitian music in James Chapel will be followed by a screening of the film FATHER JOSEPH (2015), a feature documentary of the remarkable life and work of the visionary Haitian priest who established Haiti’s largest micro-credit bank (Fonkoze), with the special mission of empowering hundreds of thousands of women and their families through literacy classes, small business training, and community building loans.

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Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — NEW YORK: Day 2
Jun
14
7:00 PM19:00

Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — NEW YORK: Day 2

A NATIVE AMERICAN COURTYARD CEREMONY featuring the Leaf Arrow Story Tellers, NATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC performed by TIOKASIN GHOSTHORSE (Oyate Tokaheya Wicakiye) paying the ancient red cedar Lakota flute and SONI MORENO (Mayan/Apache/Yaqui), a film screening of AWAKE: A DREAM FROM STANDING ROCK (2017), and lastly a Q&A panel discussion led by Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Oyate Tokaheya Wicakiye), Leo Cordier (Sicangu Lakota), Shawnee Rice (Mohawk Nation of the Iroquois Confederacy), and Alyssa E. M. Wolverton.

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Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — NEW YORK: Day 1
Jun
13
7:00 PM19:00

Paradigm Shifts: Music & Film Festival — NEW YORK: Day 1

OPENING CEREMONY: MOVE INTO THE LIGHT

A celebration of nature, water, and the stars featuring composer David DiChiera's "A Letter to Sarah," a New York Premiere, and Richard Pearson Thomas' chamber piece "Driving at Night" with singers, violin, piano, cello,and trumpet resonating throughout the chapel to lift spirits and encourage finding hope in challenging times. Singers Amy Gluck, Irwin Resse, Alicia Waller, and Mark Watson.

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Jazz Cabaret Gala 2017
Jun
7
7:00 PM19:00

Jazz Cabaret Gala 2017

Starring KT Sullivan

We are thrilled to welcome you to a fantastic, music-filled evening with KT Sullivan (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Broadway revival). While this queen of cabaret is often delighting audiences at New York hot spots such as 54 Below and The Algonquin, we are excited to steal her away for an evening of your listening pleasure!

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New American Opera Previews presents: Anna Christie
Mar
12
2:30 PM14:30

New American Opera Previews presents: Anna Christie

In a collaboration with Opera Index, Manhattan School of Music, and American Opera Products, Encompass presented staged excerpts from ANNA CHRISTIE, the new music drama based on Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize-winning sea play. This workshop included a 30 minute preview of the opera and an audience talk-back moderated by Midge Woolsey.

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A MUSICAL SALUTE! 2016
Oct
23
7:00 PM19:00

A MUSICAL SALUTE! 2016

Honoring Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty and Terrence McNally

Featuring: Christy Altomare, Marie Anello, Zoe Caldwell, Liz Callaway, Tyne Daly, Sheldon Harnick, Oswaldo Iraheta, Douglas Jabara, Hea-Ran Kim, Derek Klena, LaChanze, Nathan Lane, Michael Marcotte, Adelaide Mestre, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Christiane Noll, James Snyder, Karen Ziemba, and Midge Woolsey.

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The Astronaut’s Tale
Jan
31
3:00 PM15:00

The Astronaut’s Tale

Breathtaking images of the galaxies and outer space ignite a modern tale of a young man's fascination with the cosmos and his dream of flying to Mars. His adventure is guided by a mysterious stranger who challenges his views on creation and fuels his desire to become an astronaut. Romance and a compelling drive to succeed catapult his blast off into space, transforming his life. Stunning projections, an exciting percussive score, and gorgeous vocal music give us a luminous glimpse of a multi-dimensional universe and the majesty of outer space.

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The Astronaut’s Tale
Jan
30
8:00 PM20:00

The Astronaut’s Tale

Breathtaking images of the galaxies and outer space ignite a modern tale of a young man's fascination with the cosmos and his dream of flying to Mars. His adventure is guided by a mysterious stranger who challenges his views on creation and fuels his desire to become an astronaut. Romance and a compelling drive to succeed catapult his blast off into space, transforming his life. Stunning projections, an exciting percussive score, and gorgeous vocal music give us a luminous glimpse of a multi-dimensional universe and the majesty of outer space.

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The Astronaut’s Tale
Jan
29
8:00 PM20:00

The Astronaut’s Tale

Breathtaking images of the galaxies and outer space ignite a modern tale of a young man's fascination with the cosmos and his dream of flying to Mars. His adventure is guided by a mysterious stranger who challenges his views on creation and fuels his desire to become an astronaut. Romance and a compelling drive to succeed catapult his blast off into space, transforming his life. Stunning projections, an exciting percussive score, and gorgeous vocal music give us a luminous glimpse of a multi-dimensional universe and the majesty of outer space.

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The Astronaut’s Tale
Jan
28
8:00 PM20:00

The Astronaut’s Tale

Breathtaking images of the galaxies and outer space ignite a modern tale of a young man's fascination with the cosmos and his dream of flying to Mars. His adventure is guided by a mysterious stranger who challenges his views on creation and fuels his desire to become an astronaut. Romance and a compelling drive to succeed catapult his blast off into space, transforming his life. Stunning projections, an exciting percussive score, and gorgeous vocal music give us a luminous glimpse of a multi-dimensional universe and the majesty of outer space.

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A Musical Salute! 2015
Oct
25
7:00 PM19:00

A Musical Salute! 2015

Honoring Barbara Cook & Lee Adams

Featuring: Penny Fuller, Malcolm Gets, Jason Graae, Sheldon Harnick, Ted Keegan, Marc Kudisch, Rebecca Luker, Amanda McBroom, Erin Mackey, Karen Mason, Charles Strouse, KT Sullivan, Samantha Britt, Maury Yeston, Karen Ziemba, David Zippel, and Midge Woolsey

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Jazz Cabaret Gala 2015
Jun
29
7:00 PM19:00

Jazz Cabaret Gala 2015

Starring Jason Graae, Accompanied by Alex Rybeck

June 29, 2015 with Jason Graae and Alex Rybeck was a spectacular musical gathering of powerful talent and positive energy. The unique Tribeca penthouse with a terrace that offers panoramic city and Hudson River views was the perfect setting for Jason’s moving performance.

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Jazz Cabaret Gala 2014
Jun
25
7:00 PM19:00

Jazz Cabaret Gala 2014

Starring Klea Blackhurst, in highlights from her acclaimed tour-de-force on
the life and songbook of Ethel Merman

On June 25, 2014, With crackling wit and powerful vocals, Klea Blackhurst honored the songs and sass of Ethel Merman and American Songbook favorites by Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Jerry Herman, Marvin Hamlisch and others, with Music Director and Pianist, Michael Rice. We enjoyed a spectacular musical evening in a unique Tribeca loft with panoramic outdoor views of the Hudson River. 

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A Musical Salute! 2013
Oct
19
7:00 PM19:00

A Musical Salute! 2013

Honoring SHELDON HARNICK on his 90th Birthday and Celebrating his Lyrics and Music. 

Sheldon Harnick's musical theater career began in the 1950's in New York City with his first song in a Broadway show, "The Boston Beguine," for New Faces of 1952.  In 1957 he teamed up with composer Jerry Bock to create the scores for some of the most beloved and memorable musicals on Broadway.

We at Encompass are proud to have been the benefactor of his guidance as Chairman of our Advisory Board for over three decades.

 

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A Gertrude Stein Musical Trilogy
Jun
18
8:00 PM20:00

A Gertrude Stein Musical Trilogy

Explores the vision, genius and wit of Gertrude Stein in music!!! 

Featuring the world premiere of a new jazz opera, Gertrude Stein Invents A Jump Early On with music by William Banfield, story and text by poet Karren LaLonde Alenier along with 2 short operas: Three Sisters Who Are Not Sisters by Ned Rorem, Capital Capitals by Virgil Thomson, both pieces with texts by Gertrude Stein.

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A Gertrude Stein Musical Trilogy
Jun
17
8:00 PM20:00

A Gertrude Stein Musical Trilogy

Explores the vision, genius and wit of Gertrude Stein in music!!! 

Featuring the world premiere of a new jazz opera, Gertrude Stein Invents A Jump Early On with music by William Banfield, story and text by poet Karren LaLonde Alenier along with 2 short operas: Three Sisters Who Are Not Sisters by Ned Rorem, Capital Capitals by Virgil Thomson, both pieces with texts by Gertrude Stein.

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A Gertrude Stein Musical Trilogy
Jun
16
8:00 PM20:00

A Gertrude Stein Musical Trilogy

Explores the vision, genius and wit of Gertrude Stein in music!!! 

Featuring the world premiere of a new jazz opera, Gertrude Stein Invents A Jump Early On with music by William Banfield, story and text by poet Karren LaLonde Alenier along with 2 short operas: Three Sisters Who Are Not Sisters by Ned Rorem, Capital Capitals by Virgil Thomson, both pieces with texts by Gertrude Stein.

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A Gertrude Stein Musical Trilogy
Jun
15
8:00 PM20:00

A Gertrude Stein Musical Trilogy

Explores the vision, genius and wit of Gertrude Stein in music!!! 

Featuring the world premiere of a new jazz opera, Gertrude Stein Invents A Jump Early On with music by William Banfield, story and text by poet Karren LaLonde Alenier along with 2 short operas: Three Sisters Who Are Not Sisters by Ned Rorem, Capital Capitals by Virgil Thomson, both pieces with texts by Gertrude Stein.

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