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Open House - DMAC

Please join us on May 5 - 6, 2012 as we celebrate National Preservation Month...come discover one of New York City's hidden gems....DMAC-Duo Multicultural Arts Center - 62 East 4th Street in the heart of the historic East Village District.  DMAC was just named one of the 40 sites in New York City eligible for a preservation grant from American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The grant would be used to restore the murals and decorative features in our turn of the century theater.   (Tickets for these events are free. Please arrive 30 minutes before the start of each performance and sign up.)


Saturday May 5

2 PM  -  Take a tour of this historic theater where John Philip Sousa started the first musicians union, where the early ILGWU meetings were held right after the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, where Emma Goldman, the anarchist, spoke here before being deported. In the thirties it was a Yiddish theater, in the forties it was home to famed African American choreographer Katharine Dunham, in the fifties it served as a television studio for early crime dramas, in the 60's it reverted to a theater and hosted Channel One Theater (which spawned Chevy Chase and The Groove Tube movie), in the late sixties it hosted Andy Warhols Boys To Adore Galore porn films, and in the early 70's Francis Ford Coppola filmed the famous operetta sequence of Godfather 2. Now housing the DMAC- Duo Multicultural Arts Center, 62 E 4th St. It Ihas a long, rich history as a center of social movements and cutting edge entertainment.  Coordinated through The Municipal Art Society  Jane’s Walk of New York City, a series of free neighborhood ‘walks’ hosted and guided by local residents, urban enthusiasts and others who care deeply about their neighborhoods and cities. Meet in front of 62 East 4th Street. Tour led by Michelangelo Alasa'

2:30 PM MEMOIR - a theatrical installation at the gallery at DMAC


5:30 PM - Pedja Muzijevic in concert  

Pianist Pedja Muzijevic has performed with the Atlanta Symphony, the Residentie Orkest in The Hague, Milwaukee Symphony, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Dresden Philharmonic, Shinsei Nihon Orchestra in Tokyo, Orquesta Sinfonica in Montevideo, Zagreb Philharmonic, Boston Pops, Greensboro Symphony, Santa Fe Pro Musica, Napa Valley Symphony and the Richmond Symphony among others. He has played solo recitals at Alice Tully Hall in New York, Casals Hall and Bunka Kaikan in Tokyo, Teatro Municipal in Santiago de Chile, Da Camera of Houston, The Frick Collection in New York, National Gallery in Washington, DC, Lincoln Center’s What Makes It Great Series in New York, for Arizona Friends of Chamber Music in Tucson, Lane Series at University of Vermont, the Aldeburgh Festival, Great Britain, and many others. His Carnegie Hall concerto debut playing Mozart Concerto K. 503 with Oberlin Symphony and Robert Spano was recorded live and has been released on the Oberlin Music label.

Program: (60 minutes)
D. Scarlatti : Sonata K. 519
D. Scarlatti: Sonata K. 515
D. Scarlatti : Sonata K. 247
D. Scarlatti : Sonata K. 113

J. Cage: Suite for Toy Piano

J. Cage: Selections from The Seasons - Prelude I, Winter, Prelude II, Spring
E. Satie : Three Distinguished Waltzes of  a Jaded Dandy
C. Debussy : What the West Wind Saw from Preludes

R. Schumann: Novelette, op. 21 no. 8

8:00 PM - 8th NYC Downtown Short Film Festival 

La Derade Directed by: Pascal Latil (France)
How To Talk To Women Directed by Josh Weisbrod
What Goes Around Directed by Sean Dahlberg
Spoilt Broth Directed by Toby Roberts (Great Britain)


Tickets@ SMARTTIX

9:30 PM Wine Reception following screenings and walk through of MEMOIR - a theatrical installation at the gallery at DMAC.

Sunday May 6

12 PM Take a tour of this historic theater where John Philip Sousa started the first musicians union, where the early ILGWU meetings were held right after the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, where Emma Goldman, the anarchist, spoke here before being deported. In the thirties it was a Yiddish theater, in the forties it was home to famed African American choreographer Katharine Dunham, in the fifties it served as a television studio for early crime dramas, in the 60's it reverted to a theater and hosted Channel One Theater (which spawned Chevy Chase and The Groove Tube movie), in the late sixties it hosted Andy Warhols Boys To Adore Galore porn films, and in the early 70's Francis Ford Coppola filmed the famous operetta sequence of Godfather 2. Now housing the DMAC- Duo Multicultural Arts Center, 62 E 4th St. It Ihas a long, rich history as a center of social movements and cutting edge entertainment.  Coordinated through The Municipal Art Society  Jane’s Walk of New York City, a series of free neighborhood ‘walks’ hosted and guided by local residents, urban enthusiasts and others who care deeply about their neighborhoods and cities. Meet in front of 62 East 4th Street. Tour led by Michelangelo Alasa'

2 PM  8th NYC Downtown Short Film Festival

Love Nest Directed by Sami Abusamra (Great Britain)
Totally Smooth
Directed by Katrina Lencek-Inagki
The Telegram Man
Directed by James Francis Khehtie (Australia)

4:00 PM MEMOIR - a theatrical installation at the gallery at DMAC


5:00 PM  Anabella Lenzu Dance-Theater An open rehearsal for Blood and Sand, new dance theater work premiering at DMAC June 1-3, 2012.


7:00 PM  All About Meat-The Garcias  Performance of the hilarious comedy that returns to DMAC for a full run October 4 after a highly successful run this Spring.

Wine reception following the performance of All About Meat and a tour of MEMOIR a theatrical installtion in the gallery at DMAC.

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