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With Support From The Howard Gilman Foundation and Tow Foundation, Atlantic Theater Company to Present IMMIGRANT MIXFEST

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Co-producer Saheem Ali says, "I can't think of a more pertinent moment to be highlighting immigrant stories in the theater alongside our national discourse. I've been a huge fan of Atlantic Theater Company's annual MixFest series and am thrilled to...
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Charlie Parker Jazz Festival Kicks Off Next Week, Supported by Capital One Bank, Doris Duke and Gilman Foundations

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City Parks Foundation announced the 25th Anniversary celebration of the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival, which is New York City's annual salute to the legendary late saxophonist, featuring storied veteran players as well as young jazz musicians,

Capital One, Howard Gilman, and Doris Duke Support City Parks SummerStage 2017 Season

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City Parks Foundation is excited to announce the 2017 season of SummerStage, New York City's largest free outdoor performing arts festival, bringing more than 100 performances to Central Park and 15 neighborhood parks throughout the five boroughs.

Con Edison, Bank of America, Mertz Gilmore, Howard Gilman Support New Programming at Queens Theatre

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Queens Theatre is launching its Winter/Spring 2017 Season with a diverse array of presentations, including the acclaimed Dance Company Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, Neil Simon's Last of the Red Hot Lovers and a new Queens Theatre production of the...

Howard Gilman, Laurie M. Tisch, Doris Duke and Mellon Fund Brooklyn Youth Chorus’ Latest Project

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Brooklyn Youth Chorus’ latest project, Silent Voices, harnesses the power of young people to be instruments of change, giving voice to those who have been silenced or marginalized by social, cultural or religious circumstances.