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How to spend the weekend in New York (April 6-8)

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What: Sakura bloom in Brooklyn Botanic Garden

When: Friday-Sunday, April 6-8

Where: Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 1000 Washington Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11225

More: Every year in March-April in Brooklyn Botanic Garden sakura blossom. This year, you can admire the flowering of Japanese cherry throughout April.

A map of the park indicating the stage of flowering of each of the cherry trees is available at link.

Cost: $ 8-15.

 

What: Exhibition of works by Faberge in the Metropolitan Museum

Photo: Met Museum

When: Friday-Sunday, April 6-8

Where: The Met Fifth Avenue, 1000 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10028

More: The Metropolitan Museum of Art hosts an exhibition of a collection of works by Faberge owned by philanthropist Matilde Geddings Gray. Thanks to her, the Russian artist-jeweler Peter Karl Faberge became famous in the United States. Precious exhibits were originally intended for the Romanov family. Among the most valuable objects you can see "Lilies of the Valley" and three Imperial eggs.

Cost: $ 12-25.

 

What: Macy's Flower Festival

When: Friday-Sunday, April 6-8

Where: Macy's Herald Square, Macy's Herald Square

More: Over 40 years of department stores Macy's in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Minneapolis and San Francisco holds an annual spring flower show. This year it will be held from March 25 to April 8.

You can just wander through the store, enjoying the aroma and beauty of flower arrangements, which worked the best florists. And you can visit one of the many events that will be held during the festival. Among them: master classes in flower care and drawing up flower arrangements, fashion shows, beer tasting, meetings with celebrities, special presentations from various brands, guided tours and much more.

Full list of events - on official website of the organizer.

Cost: Free.

 

What: Triennale-2018: exhibition of works by young artists

When: Friday-Sunday, April 6-8

Where: New Museum; 235 Bowery; Manhattan, NY 10002

More: Every three years, the largest triennale takes place in New York, giving young artists a chance to get a start in life and win the love of art lovers. To participate in the exhibition, famous artists of the city, organizing the event, have already selected the best of the best among hundreds of applicants.

Cost: $ 18.

 

What: The Boris Eifman Ballet Theater in New York

When: Friday-Sunday, April 6-8

Where: David H. Koch Theater, 20 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

More: One of the most popular ballet troupes in the world, the Boris Eifman Ballet Theater from St. Petersburg, which gathers sold out all over the world, celebrates the 20 anniversary of its first New York performance and returns to this city with the production of “Anna Karenina”.

Boris Eifman's Anna Karenina ballet is full of inner psychological energy and surprisingly accurate in its emotional impact. After removing all the minor lines of Lev Tolstoy’s novel, the choreographer focused on the love triangle Anna-Karenin-Vronsky.

With the plasticity of her body, Eifman in her performance conveyed the drama of a reborn woman. According to the choreographer, it was passion, the “basic instinct” that led to a crime against social norms, destroyed maternal love and destroyed Anna Karenina’s inner world. The woman, absorbed and crushed by sensual attraction, is ready to make any sacrifices.

The choreographer notes that his ballet is about the present day, not about the past epoch: the timeless emotional content of the performance and direct parallels with reality do not leave indifferent modern viewers. The highest level performing technique of the troupe and choreography of Boris Eifman convey all the psychological peripetias of Tolstoy’s novel.

Ballet will be accompanied New York City Ballet Orchestra under the direction of Nikolai Alekseev.

Cost: From $ 55.

 

What: Free concert in Brooklyn

When: Saturday, April 7

Where: 220 36TH ST, BROOKLYN

More: Every Saturday Rock and roll playhouse organizes a free concert for residents of Brooklyn. Guests can not only listen to music, but also dance and taste delicious treats.

Cost: Free.

 

What: Meeting with Anna Kaplan

Photo: Brooklyn Public Library

When: Saturday, April 7

Where: Kings Bay Library 3650 Nostrand Ave. (near Ave. W) Brooklyn, NY 11229

More: Psychologist Anna Kaplan has a LCMW degree. According to Anna, psychotherapy is not just a profession, but her vocation.

“During my 28-year practice (in Russia and America), I have gained a lot of experience and knowledge. Although my initial education is classical — psychoanalysis — I use a variety of techniques in my work, from hypnosis to interpersonal neuroscience. I specialize in family relationships (between partners, between children and parents) and parenting issues, as well as dealing with anxiety, depression, etc., ”explained Anna.

During the meeting, everyone will be able to ask the psychologist their questions.

Cost: Free.

 

What: Tartan Day Parade

When: Saturday, April 7

Where: 44th Street to 55th Street up Sixth Avenue

More: This event has been held in New York for the past year in 20. Guests are waited by all Scottish: drinks, dances, music, literature and food. The march will start at 14: 00 and proceed along 6 Avenue, from 44 to 55.

Cost: Free.

 

What: Bon Jovi in ​​New York

When: Saturday, April 7

Where: Prudential Center, 25 Lafayette Street, Newark, NJ 07102

More: Bon Jovi - the legendary rock band from New Jersey. The team has released 13 studio albums, six compilations and two live CDs. In total, their albums have been sold to 130 with a million copies. They played more 2600 concerts in 50 countries of the world.

In 2004, the band received an award for musical achievement at American Music Awards, and in 2009, team members Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora got into the Composers Hall of Fame.

Tickets - by link.

Cost: From $ 59.

 

What: Burlesque-show “Mishka Jap - the soul of Odessa”

When: Sunday, April 8

Where: Master Theater 1029 Brighton Beach Ave., Brooklyn NY, 11235

More: Exclusive burlesque show “Mishka Yaponchik - the soul of Odessa” is an amazing combination of a variety show program with live sound, where songs and dances, humor and narration, luxurious costumes and, most importantly, unique Odessa color are intertwined.

The role of entertainer Jonik Lewandowski in the show is performed by Honored Artist of Russia Vladimir Dolinsky. His extraordinary Odessa humor with an accent and witty remarks will keep the viewer in good shape until the very end of the performance.

A talented singer and showman Vladimir Minkin in the image of the legendary Mishka Yapodchik, virtuoso musicians and incendiary dance cabaret will immerse you in the wonderful world of wonderful music and songs in original exclusive arrangements.

13 artists, singers and musicians take part in the concert program.

The concert producer of the project is the famous guitar virtuoso Evgeny Pisak (the former musical director of the Nautilus Pompilius group and the arranger of the Bi-2 group).

The presentation director is the famous director Leonid Shur, in whose creative history there are a lot of show-programs staged in different countries of the world.

The show is based on the story of Odessa Robin Hood Mishka Jap. The spectators will be transferred to the elite cabaret of the beginning of the 20th century, where they will witness a grandiose show, a real musical firework of the most beloved and popular Jewish songs in Russian and Yiddish.

Cost: From $ 45.

 

What: Patti Labelle in New York

When: Sunday, April 8

Where: State Theater, 15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

More: Patti Labelle is an American singer. She began her musical career in 1958, in a group The ordettes after changes in the composition and renaming which became in 1961 year The bluebelles (Now Labelle). Best known for songs like Lady Marmalade, When You Talk About Love, New Attitude. She is called "the queen of rock and soul."

Journal Rolling Stone Patti Labelle has been included in his list of “One hundred greatest singers of all time” (on the 95 place).

Tickets - by link.

Cost: $ 95.

 

In addition, interesting events for each day of the week can be found in our calendar. Come, learn, share with friends.

 

Before the visit, check the organizers website for details and location of the event, as they may vary.

Keep us informed about what is happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to the mail eventforumdaily@gmail.com.

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