Agenda in NY: What to do from September 14 to 19 | The USA Print

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The Authentic Decadents

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The Argentine group founded in the 1980s and made up of Gustavo Parisi, Jorge Serrano, Gustavo Montecchia and Diego Demarco, returns this Thursday, September 14 from 8 pm at the Palladium Times Square (44th and Broadway 10036 New York) to the Grand Manzana for a concert to the pure rhythm of rock, reggae and ska that will make all attendees enjoy non-stop. Reports: Tickeri.com

Becky G at United Palace

In the image appears the singer Becky G, who always surprises with how she dresses both up and down the stage.
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After a year of absence, the Californian artist Rebecca Marie Gomez, better known as Becky G, returns to New York for two unmissable concerts this Friday, September 15 and Saturday, September 16 at the United Palace (4140 Broadway 10033 New York (NYC), from 8:00 pm The singer of award-winning songs such as Mamiii, Babalu, and Ram pam pam, will captivate her New York fans in two presentations that promise to be unforgettable. Reports: unitetedpalace.org

To celebrate Hispanic Heritage

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To commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month, New York City Tourism + Conventions, the official destination promotion organization and convention and tourism bureau for the five boroughs of New York City, announces an electrifying series of nearly 40 annual events. From September 15 to October 15, the city of 2.4 million Latinos will pulsate with a rich tapestry of traditions, inviting New Yorkers, Hispanics and visitors alike to immerse themselves in an unprecedented cultural celebration.
One of the first celebrations is Mexican Independence Day, a holiday that can be enjoyed on a two-level yacht at the Skyport Marina, full of excitement and excitement this Friday, September 15. Enjoy live music, mariachi performances and authentic Mexican cuisine on a great night out. The price of admission includes a buffet of Antojitos, appetizers and Mexican flags. Reports at: eventbrite.com

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Picasso in Brooklyn

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art will exhibit from this Thursday, September 14 to January 14, 2024 “Picasso: A Cubist Project in Brooklyn” at Gallery 830 (1000 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10028). In 1910, Pablo Picasso undertook a decorative project for the artist and collector Hamilton Easter Field’s residence in Brooklyn. Picasso’s task was to create some eleven panels for the library of Field’s home, which marked his first foray into large-scale decorative painting. His goal was to combine his innovative cubist style with challenging proportions and formats. Despite producing figure compositions and still lifes from his French studio, the commission was never executed. The exhibition examines this lesser-known facet of Picasso’s Cubist period, exploring his connection to decorative art and architectural space. Through six surviving canvases, related artworks and archival material, the exhibition delves into the importance of this unfinished project. Reports: metmuseum.org

Madness Heals It

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Fasten your seatbelt and get ready for a crazy ride with your driver, Saulo García, who will take you at a breath-holding 120 laughs per hour with the play La Locura Lo Cura, directed by Juan Carlos Talero, this Friday September 15 (8 pm), Saturday, September 16 and Sunday, September 17 (3 pm) at Repertorio Español (138 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016 (between Lexington and Third Avenues). During the show, you can catch a glimpse of people from all social strata, including the rich, the less fortunate, parents and children, people who are a little crazy, those who seem crazy but are still sane, dreams that were put on hold, secrets on how to never give up bad habits and a look detailed to the animal kingdom (we clarify that we are not referring to the political world). Reports: repertoire.nyc

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To celebrate the independence of Chile

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South Street Seaport Museum, in partnership with the Consul General of Chile in New York, announces the second annual Fiestas Patrias celebration in honor of Chilean Independence Day aboard the 1885 sailboat Wavertree at Pier 16, Sunday, March 17. September 2023. The festivities begin with an opening ceremony and flag raising at noon with Mario Ignacio Artaza, Consul General of Chile in New York. After the opening ceremony, the celebration will continue with lively traditional Chilean dancing and music, as well as snacks at Wavertree. Traditional Chilean food can be purchased at Pier 16 as part of the program. Early registration is recommended, but walk-ins are accepted anytime between noon and 2 p.m. Reports: seaportmuseum.org/fiestas-patrias

Dialogues at Stonewall Inn

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Ballet Hispánico’s signature conversation series, which explores the interconnections of the arts, social justice, and Latinx cultures, returns with Stonewall Diálogos: Creating Safe Spaces to celebrate LGBTQIA+ Latinx heritage on Tuesday, September 19, 2023, at 5 :30 PM Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher Street. Reports: thestonewallinnnyc.com

musical evening

On Monday, September 18, 2023, Clara Wu Tsai and the Social Justice Fund will present an evening of music by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Steve Reich. Reich’s rarely performed Counterpoint works will be presented at Ticketmaster Plaza at the Barclays Center. The trio of pieces will be led by three different musical directors, each representing a separate wing of the city’s classical and contemporary avant-garde music scene. Reports: ticketmaster

latin jazz

The Latin Jazz Trio group combines the colors of Cuban and Latin American rhythms with jazz and chamber music, giving a new flavor to these sounds. The trio is made up of Uruguayan-born New York pianist Pablo Zinger, New York-based cellist Amy Kang and Colombian clarinetist Juan Ruiz. The musicians will perform a repertoire made up of works by renowned composers such as Paquito D’Rivera and Astor Piazzolla. The initiative is a new collaboration between the Cuban Cultural Center of New York and the Cervantes Institute (211-215 East 49th Street). The show is scheduled for Tuesday, September 12 at 7:00 pm at the Cervantes Institute. Free entrance Reports: [email protected]

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