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Playing a diverse program featuring Richard Wagner’s "Siegfried Idyll," Aaron Copland’s “Appalachian Spring,” and Erwin Schulhoff’s “Jazz Suite”. 7:30 pm.
In collaboration with the School of American Ballet, join students and faculty in this program illustrating the process of developing into classical ballet dancers. 2 pm.
A free lecture and demonstration presented by the School of American Ballet illustrating how students develop into accomplished classical ballet dancers, alternating examples of advanced classroom training exercises with the performance of excerpts from notable ballets. 2 pm.
The Klezmatics perform tunes that harken us back to 1940’s Coney Island. The group infuses the passion of Wood Guthrie’s poetry with a shot of klezmer, Celtic, Afro Caribbean and folk flavors. 3 pm.
Young children will be spell-bound as the award winning acrobats spin, leap and twirl on stage. 2 pm.
Chinese troupe The Golden Dragon Acrobats comes to Brooklyn College to perform acrobatics and traditional dances in costume, with both ancient and traditional music. 2 pm.
Performed by the Moscow City Ballet. 3 pm.
Premier dance company in the Caribbean, the group performs traditional music and folklore from Jamaica, Africa, and the American South. 3 pm.
The troupe blends the folklore, music, and dance of Jamaica, Africa, and the American South with modern and classical forms. 3 pm.
As part of the Target Storybook Series, Enchantment Theater Company performs this story of a young boy who creates worlds to explore, using his imagination and his trusty purple crayon. Recommended for children 4 years and older. 2 pm.
Montana Rep’s adaptation captures the Jazz Age. 3 pm.
Six voices navigate syncopated rhythms and funky grooves. Celebrate National Jazz Month with an unforgettable concert. Older teens will appreciate the most nominated group in Grammy history. 8 pm.
Six voices navigate syncopated rhythms and funky grooves. 8 pm.
Continuing the Target Storybook Series, and resented by the Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia, children 3 years and older enjoy all of Eric Carle’s wonderful tales including "Little Cloud," “The Mixed-up Chameleon”. 2 pm.
Presented by Target Storybook series, highlights the works of children’s author Eric Carle. Following the production by the Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia will be a celebration of Earth Day. 2 pm.
Enjoy the 8th annual event hosted by National Grid with live music, arts, crafts and street performers. 3 pm.
Target Storybook Series presents Jim Henson’s Dinosaur Train Live - based on the hit PBS series including Buddy, Tiny, Don, and Mr. Conductor. Noon and 3 pm.
Presented by Target Storybook series. Based on the PBS Kids series, this interactive adventure features the Jim Henson puppets including Buddy, Tiny, Don and Mr. Conductor. Noon and 3 pm.
Charismatic performer shares his love of Latin Jazz with an evening of Afro-Cuban rhythms and hot Latin beat. 8 pm.
Presented by Target Storybook series. This is the whimsical tale of Stanley Lambchop, who wakes up one morning really, really flat and decides he will see the world by mailing himself in an envelope. 2 pm.
Target Storybook Series hosts The Dallas Children’s Theater performance of Stanley Lambchop, who falls asleep one night but wakes up flat the next morning. Suitable for children 4 years and older. 2 pm.
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