Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events at the Department of Performing and Fine Arts and the Milton G. Bassin Performing Arts Center.

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  • Dennis Moorman & Kenneth Adams Benefit Concert

    February 26, 2019

    Dennis Moorman & Kenneth Adams Benefit Concert

    Join us for the 3rd annual Benefit Concert in Honor of Dennis Moorman and Kenneth Adams featuring performances by Music Faculty, Students, past scholarship recipients and friends of both Dennis Moorman and Kenneth Adams.

  • Single Entry: March 8th @8pm

    March 8, 2019

    Single Entry: March 8th @8pm

    The comedy Single Entry by Jamaican writer Aston Cooke examines the lives of two working class Jamaican women who are determined to go to New York City to visit a relative; the hope to obtain a single entry visa to enter the country and never return.

  • Single Entry: March 9th at 3pm

    March 9, 2019

    Single Entry: March 9th at 3pm

    The comedy Single Entry by Jamaican writer Aston Cooke examines the lives of two working-class Jamaican women who are determined to go to New York City to visit a relative; the hope to obtain a single entry visa to enter the country and never return.

  • Single Entry: March 9th at 8pm

    March 9, 2019

    Single Entry: March 9th at 8pm

    The comedy Single Entry by Jamaican writer Aston Cooke examines the lives of two working class Jamaican women who are determined to go to New York City to visit a relative; the hope to obtain a single entry visa to enter the country and never return.

  • Single Entry: March 10th at 6pm

    March 10, 2019

    Single Entry: March 10th at 6pm

    The comedy Single Entry by Jamaican writer Aston Cooke examines the lives of two working class Jamaican women who are determined to go to New York City to visit a relative; the hope to obtain a single entry visa to enter the country and never return.

  • The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl March 22nd @4pm

    March 22, 2019

    The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl March 22nd @4pm

    The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl presents some of the most renowned scenes from the internationally acclaimed playwright, Sarah Ruhl.

  • The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl: March 23rd at 7pm

    March 23, 2019

    The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl: March 23rd at 7pm

    The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl presents some of the most renowned scenes from the internationally acclaimed playwright, Sarah Ruhl.

  • The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl March 24th at 3pm

    March 24, 2019

    The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl March 24th at 3pm

    The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl presents some of the most renowned scenes from the internationally acclaimed playwright, Sarah Ruhl.

  • The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl March 26th at 12pm

    March 26, 2019

    The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl March 26th at 12pm

    The Selected Scenes of Sarah Ruhl presents some of the most renowned scenes from the internationally acclaimed playwright, Sarah Ruhl.

  • Hear Her Call

    March 29, 2019

    Hear Her Call

    Conch Shell Productions presents a 10-minute play festival, written by female playwrights of Caribbean heritage living in the Americas.

  • Mari Meade Dance Company: Workshop

    April 4, 2019

    Mari Meade Dance Company: Workshop

    Meade’s class begins on the floor in a welcoming and warming movement phrase. As students come to standing they explore a diverse movement vocabulary that draws from the techniques of Limón, Cunningham, and Release, as well as a variety of somatic practices.

  • Youth Dance Showcase

    April 20, 2019

    Youth Dance Showcase

    Join us for our 1st annual Youth Dance Showcase!

  • Ruined: May 3rd @4pm

    May 3, 2019

    Ruined: May 3rd @4pm

    RUINED by Lynn Nottage Set in a small Congolese mining town on the edge of the rainforest, Lynn Nottage’s Ruined presents a graphic portrait of women as the perennial victims of war.

  • Ruined: May 4th at 7pm

    May 4, 2019

    Ruined: May 4th at 7pm

    RUINED by Lynn Nottage Set in a small Congolese mining town on the edge of the rainforest, Lynn Nottage’s Ruined presents a graphic portrait of women as the perennial victims of war.

  • Ruined: May 7th at 12pm

    May 7, 2019

    Ruined: May 7th at 12pm

    RUINED by Lynn Nottage Set in a small Congolese mining town on the edge of the rainforest, Lynn Nottage’s Ruined presents a graphic portrait of women as the perennial victims of war.

  • Ruined: May 10th @7pm

    May 10, 2019

    Ruined: May 10th @7pm

    RUINED by Lynn Nottage Set in a small Congolese mining town on the edge of the rainforest, Lynn Nottage’s Ruined presents a graphic portrait of women as the perennial victims of war.

  • Ruined: May 11th at 2pm

    May 11, 2019

    Ruined: May 11th at 2pm

    RUINED by Lynn Nottage Set in a small Congolese mining town on the edge of the rainforest, Lynn Nottage’s Ruined presents a graphic portrait of women as the perennial victims of war.

  • YCArts Fest:

    May 15, 2019

    YCArts Fest:

    This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of Woodstock, the greatest rock concert of all time. Almost a half of a million people attended the three-day festival on Max Yasgar’s farm in upstate New York, experiencing the music of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Santana, and other icons of the era. The York College Big Band will celebrate the historic event by exploring songs performed over those days of peace and music.

  • YCArts Fest: York Live!

    May 16, 2019

    YCArts Fest: York Live!

    Join us for Free live performances from York College students, Clubs and Special guest DJs and artists! Plus a Free DJ Workshop! May 16th 5pm

  • YCArts Fest: Let's Dance!

    May 17, 2019

    YCArts Fest: Let's Dance!

    Performances by CUNY Dance Initiative resident Dance Companies: Matthew Westerby Dance Company, Mari Meade Dance Company. May 17th 7pm

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