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Posts Tagged : Brooklyn Academy of Music

Selections of NYC's diverse holiday traditions; plus, a chance to see The Merce Cunningham Legacy Tour, before the group disbands this month.

Japan's textile pioneers at Japan Society, new openings at BAM, Spiral group at the Studio Museum in Harlem, the first ever Sounds of a New Century festival, and more.

Bryant Park Fall Festival continues this week; plus, international names in performing arts flock to BAM.

The Buddhist heritage of Pakistan, Peak Performances in Montclair, Next Wave Fest at BAM, and Irish Theater.

This week, Museum Mile opens its doors, BAMcinemaFest kicks off and Coney Island pays homage to its forgotten Mardi Gras.

From pulp to puppet shows, artistic innovation comes in surprising forms in this week's arts and culture picks.

Interactive experiments in digital technology at the Museum of the Moving Image, the Noguchi Museum's 25th anniversary, guitar heroes at The Met, and more.

"Impresario" is a high-falutin' word for an entertainment manager, organizer, or administrator, and one of the snazzier job titles in the biz. Many people fit the definition, but few actually live up to the implied mystique as did Charles Reinhart, who is stepping down as artistic director of the American Dance Festival, where he has been since 1968.

Paula Zahn interviews Karen Brooks-Hopkins, President of BAM, and Joe Melillo, BAM‘s executive producer, to talk about the last three decades of programming at this institutional gem in Brooklyn.

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