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Madison McFerrin Presents: The Sissieretta Series

The Sissieretta Series

Artist-in-Residence Madison McFerrin hosts breakout comedian Lorelei Ramirez and soul singer duendita for performances, inspired by the pioneering work of 19th-century soprano Sissieretta Jones. Come early to see a live set by DJ Reborn before the event!

WQXR’s Midday Masterpieces: The Kila Quartet

WQXR's Midday Masterpieces

Settle in for an hour of musical serenity with The Kila Quartet in this free midday concert featuring works by Mozart and Bartók.

Generator Series: Generator x Mother Jones

Ilana Glazer and Generator Collective host Former Attorney General Eric Holder and Mother Jones senior reporter Ari Berman to talk gerrymandering and protecting voter rights.

Generator Series: Gloria Steinem

Join Ilana Glazer and Generator in conversation with Gloria Steinem, Amanda Nguyen, and drag artist Marti Allen-Cummings.

Podcast Mixtape: Switched on Pop

Podcast Mixtape

Find out what makes a pop song a hit in this live taping of the Vox.com podcast Switched On Pop. Whether you’re a pop snob or pop fan, you’ll come away listening with a new set of ears.

The Brian Lehrer Show Live

The Brian Lehrer Show Live

Pull up a seat in our intimate studio space and see a live broadcast of WNYC’s Peabody Award-winning radio show. Guests will include New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, Pulitzer-prize winning reporter Sheryl WuDunn, and more.

Community Advisory Board Conversation

Be heard! Our town hall-style meetings are a rare chance to share feedback that gets funneled directly to the station.

Next Best Thing: Happy Hour

Enjoy the cheapest drinks in SoHo in this happy hour open to all. Featuring our favorite wine and beer picks and a live DJ set by Donwill.

Next Best Thing: Josh Gondelman

Next Best Thing

Next Best Thing is the place to see the adventurous, sensational and inspiring performers who shaking up NYC. Hosted by Desus and Mero‘s Josh Gondelman. The lineup will include singer-songwriter Hannah Gill (Post Modern Jukebox), comedy duo Friends Who Folk, and stand up comic Jes Tom.

WQXR Presents: Beginner’s Ear

WQXR Presents: Beginner's Ear

Unplug and recharge your batteries during a 60-minute guided, live music meditation every Friday, starting January 17 through March 6. This edition will feature critically acclaimed pianist Taka Kigawa

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Immigration in 2020: A Civil Talk About The Biggest Controversy

WNYC’s Matt Katz and Beth Fertig sit down with policy experts, historians and recent immigrants to discuss real solutions to America’s gridlocked immigration system.

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Get Lit with All of It: Lori Gottlieb

Get Lit with All Of It

Join Alison Stewart, host of WNYC’s All of It, for the next installment in her monthly book club series with bestselling author Lori Gottlieb for a discussion of her book, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. Plus a musical performance by Jill Sobule.

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Does NYC Have the Best Chinese Food Scene (Outside of China)?

Micropolis

Micropolis host Arun Venugopal and EATER NY editors Serena Dai and Robert Sietsema lead this exploration of NY’s dynamic Chinese food scene, featuring rare and delicious delicacies, a little history, and some of the influencers and insiders who are changing the game.

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WQXR Presents: Beginner’s Ear

WQXR Presents: Beginner's Ear

Unplug and recharge your batteries during a 60-minute guided, live music meditation every Friday, starting January 17 through March 6. Join us for a special Lunar New Year edition of the series that will feature vocalist Jen Shyu, gamin, and Kaoru Watanabe on Japanese flutes and drums.

 

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Sound to Image: The Passion of Joan of Arc

Composer David Cieri, best known for scoring Ken Burns’ films, presents an audacious new work: a live score for the 1928 silent film classic La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc. Hosted by WQXR’s Merrin Layzan.

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Do We Still Need Faith in the 21st Century?

Very Biggest Questions

Journalist Angélique Roché (NBC News, Marvel) hosts a discussion about what faith means to us in the U.S. in the 21st century, ranging from the role that religions and spiritual movements play in public life, how faith practices have evolved, and why human beings are drawn to faith even as we may try to pull away.

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10 Things That Scare Me, Live!

Podcast Mixtape

Find out why vulnerability and empathy are so closely linked as the team of storytellers and sound designer behind the innovative podcast 10 Things That Scare Me stage a night you won’t soon forget!

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