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Entertainer Michael Feinstein brings his piano skills to some of the greatest selections in the entire American Songbook, peppered with personal anecdotes from his six-year collaboration with the great Ira Gershwin. 7:30 pm.
Virtuoso violinists Kev Marcus and Wil B return to Brooklyn with their electrifying mash-up of hip-hop, classical, and pop tunes. 2 pm.
With hits including "When I’m Sixty-Four," “With a Little Help From My Friends,” and the title song, The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band brings the timeless songs to life. 8 pm.
The Vienna Boys Choir presents "Christmas in Vienna," featuring Austrian folk songs, classical masterpieces, popular songs, and holiday favorites. 8 pm.
The Dance Theatre in Westchester performs its full-length version of Tchaikovsky’s ballet set in wintry colonial Yorktown, complete with a red-coated mouse army, an enchanted nutcracker prince, and narration to help young audience members enjoy this timeless classic. 2 pm.
Step Afrika!, the world’s first professional company dedicated to stepping, incorporates intricate rhythmic patterns of kicks, stomps, claps, and chant. The dancers use their bodies as instruments for a high-energy performance. 2 pm.
Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company commemorates the Year of the Monkey, a year characterized by cleverness, curiosity, and playful mischief with dance, traditional music, and acrobatics. 3 pm.
The power of love and the finality of death collide as two tragic masterpieces are reinvented in this double-bill of one-act ballets. Includes "Romeo and Juliet" set to the music of Tchaikovsky and “Carmen Suite.” 8 pm.
Grammy-winning pianist Robert Glasper combines original jazz compositions and selections from his June 2015 album "Covered," which draws from artists including Joni Mitchell, John Legend, and Radiohead. 8 pm.
Violinist Regina Carter performs from her latest recording, "Southern Comfort," a tribute to her grandfather, an Alabama coal miner, as it draws from Appalachian fiddle tunes, church hymns, and the joyous Southern folk music. 8 pm.
Embark on a new adventure with Clifford, the big red dog with the heart of gold. Based on the classic children’s books by Norman Bridwell, this brand new musical celebrates the timeless values of sharing, respect, and cooperation. 2 pm.
Children and adults alike will enjoy live music, arts and crafts, and street performers at this free community festival, where interactive family activities highlight the need to create a more sustainable future and care for the earth. 3 pm.
Three-time Grammy Award-winning pianist Ramsey Lewis and singer/guitarist John Pizzarelli join forces in this tribute to Nat King Cole, performing favorites including "Route 66," “Mona Lisa,” “Unforgettable,” and more. 3 pm.
Family musical based on Judith Vorst’s best-selling "Alexander..." series. 2 pm.
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