Looking for cultural things to do in New York City this week to infuse a little culture and dance performance into your free time? The 92nd Street Y, Harkness Dance Center continues with its 2023 Mainstage Series. And this week, on March 9th and March 10th, you can experience Maurya Kerr, a talented Bay Area-based performer and choreographer. It’s a World Premier event worth adding to your social calendar this week!
The Where & When
The Harkness Dance Center presents the iconic and inspirational Maurya Kerr and her World Premier of “black calls to dark calls to deep underneath,” a performance which is a work that, as Kerr describes, “focuses on black and brown people reclaiming their birthrights.” Get your tickets and add this performance to your calendar this week! Here are the details:
Where: 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York
When: Thursday, March 9th at 7:30 PM & March 10th at 12:00 PM Online
Tickets: Start at $20, $10 for students; visit 92ny.org
Email: For more information https://www.92ny.org/email.aspx?recipient=12
About the Maurya Kerr World Premier Performance
This cultural performance debut will showcase linking duets from Chelsea Reichert, Alexander Diaz, Alex Carrington, Tatiana Barber, and Styles Alexander. The scores are recorded by Joel St. Julien, set to depict a progression of Maurya Kerr’s artistic exploration.
Maurya Kerr is practically a household name in the California dance scene, with massive acclaim for her film Saint Leroi which debuted in New York at the Dance on Camera Festival. This film was hailed as a “surreal meditation on Black History, American decay, and a powerful indictment of racism” by Elizabeth Zimmer of the Village Voice. And fans don't expect anything less than stunning from this latest World Premier event.
The 92nd Street Y is more than a cultural center. It’s a nonprofit community committed to connecting today’s most relevant and inspiring performances and programs to the world. Check out the exciting renovations throughout the 92nd Street Y campus, including the newly reimagined Buttenwieser Hall.
The Box office opens at least 30 minutes prior to each ticketed event.
If you’re on the hunt and looking for things to do or performances to see in New York City this week, check out the World Premier of Maurya Kerr’s latest performance at 92NY! And for all other event planning tips and guidance, rely on the veteran team of event planners at EMRG Media!