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 violinists Katie Hyun, Beth Wenstrom and George Meyer.
Ticket To...Explore the World with the Alignist Book Club
Get a taste of a faraway place right here in our intimate studio space. This month, we travel to Afghanistan through the lens of Nadia Hashimi’s novel, A House Without Windows, with host Beenish Ahmed, founder of The Alignist book club and subscription service.
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 City Council Member Brad Lander, Radiolab’s Robert Krulwich, The Nation‘s Joan Walsh, and more.
Join a more enlightened celebration of Valentine’s Day with musical reveries for 4-hands piano performed by Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung, a duo of international superstars. The program includes Schubert’s F minor Fantasy and Debussy’s Petite Suite — works full of whimsy, mystery and passion.
Join Alison Stewart, host of WNYC’s All of It, for the next installment in her monthly book club series with debut author Kiley Reid for a discussion of her book, SUCH A FUN AGE. Plus a musical performance by Bethlehem and Sad Patrick.
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 clarinetist Anthony McGill, violist Amadi Azikiwe, and pianist Kyle P. Walker.
Join WNYC’s Shumita Basu for this special magician edition of Micropolis, featuring Rajon Lynch, Belinda Sinclair, and Dennis Kim. There will be trickery, prestidigitation, and more than a few amazing moments.
Host Angélique Roché investigates anger and our cultural moment with Color Of Change’s Rashad Robinson, author Tim Wu, neural scientist Jay Van Bavel, composer Miriam Elhajli and political advisor Nayyera Haq.
Can green infrastructure address the needs of diverse and under-served communities? Discover new scientific research that explores how green infrastructure is being developed in cities – with a focus on Baltimore, New York City, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.