THIS WEEK’S EVENTS

Events for the week beginning November 12th, 2018 Check out our list of events in the neighborhood this week. Email us at “info at westsiderag dot com” to tell us about any upcoming events or events we’ve missed. Events will be updated every Sunday night with the following week’s schedule. Please double-check times and prices with the event producer. Many venues offer special pricing for students, seniors and members.

 Monday, November 12th

7:30 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. Meditation Gifted meditation instructors lead a session and Q&A in the beautiful Makom space. JCC in Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Avenue. FREE for all;  $5 suggested donation.

7:30 p.m. “Sonic Temples: Music of Saariaho & Barrière with Jennifer Koh, Devóne Tines & Friends” Two of the world’s leading composers, Kaija Saariaho and Jean-Baptiste Barrière, join Music Mondays for a program of entrancing, mystical music that envelops the listener in sound. Charismatic violinist Jennifer Koh (“one of our most thoughtful and intense musicians,” New York Times), bass-baritone Davóne Tines (“immense power and fervor,” L A Times), and flutist Camilla Hoitenga (“explosive,” New York Times) perform in what promises to be an immersive musical experience. Advent Lutheran Church, 2504 Broadway at 93rd Street. FREE.

7:30 p.m. Faculty Composers’ Concert in Greenfield Hall With works by former Composition Chairs Nils Vigeland, David Noon, and Ludmila Ulehla (BM ’47, MM ’48). View program. Manhattan School of Music, 122nd St. & Broadway (NW corner). Enter under the red awning. FREE.

8 p.m. D’Ambrose Boyd Presents Singers Space Come to Singers Space at Bar Thalia, hosted by D’Ambrose Boyd. Where New York’s finest professional and aspiring singers come to sing their favorites and hear their peers perform before an intimate audience. Join us as a guest vocalist stars in the Feature Spot, an extended 20-minute showcase for their talents. Before and after the Feature Spot, other performers sing their current favorites during the open mic spots. D’Ambrose presides over the fun and fabulous music. It’s a classy way for singers and listeners to enjoy a great variety of songs and song stylists. Singers Space at Bar Thalia. No cover or minimum. Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway at 95th St. FREE.

8 p.m. until 1 a.m. Jam Session & Open Mic Join in the fun at this UWS jazz venue. Cleopatra’s Needle, 2483-2485 Broadway and 92nd Street. No Cover, $10 Minimum. 

Tuesday, November 13th

12 p.m. Thanksgiving Luncheon hosted by the National Council of Jewish Women New York Join your friends, or bring a friend, for a traditional feast with all the trimmings! RSVP by November 5th to Denise Paradiso: denise@ncjwny.org, 212-687-5030 x 0. National Council of Jewish Women New York, 241 West 72nd Street (between Broadway & West End Avenue). $15 for members, $18 for non-members.

5 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. One Page Poetry Circle: Poetry and Simplicity The One Page Poetry Circle is open to all who are interested in poetry. Bring a single page of poetry by a known poet—with copies for others if you can. Moderated by Abigail Burnham Bloom (abigailburnhambloom@gmail.com) and AnnaLee Wilson (annaleewilson@verizon.net). Visit the OPPC blog. St. Agnes Library. FREE.

7 p.m. Columbus: Ellen Cassedy on Yenta Mash In these sixteen stories, available in English for the first time, prize-winning author Yenta Mash traces an arc across continents, across upheavals and regime changes, and across the phases of a woman’s life. Mash’s protagonists are often in transit, poised “on the landing” on their way to or from somewhere else. In imaginative, poignant, and relentlessly honest prose, translated from the Yiddish by Ellen Cassedy, Mash documents the lost world of Jewish Bessarabia, the texture of daily life behind the Iron Curtain in Soviet Moldova, and the challenges of assimilation in Israel. Book Culture, 450 COLUMBUS AVE. FREE.

7 p.m. David Baldacci Introducing a remarkable new character from #1 bestselling writer David Baldacci: Atlee Pine, an FBI agent with special skills assigned to the remote wilds of the southwestern United States who must confront a new threat … and an old nightmare. Barnes & Noble, 82nd & Broadway, 2289 Broadway. FREE.

7 p.m. Community Board 7 Transportation Committee 250 West 87th Street (between Broadway & West End Avenue)

8:30 p.m. until 10:30 p.m. Bar Quiz Join us for a bar quiz hosted by Geeks Who Drink and Quizmaster Ant-Man! Prizes include bar tabs, free drinks and more… Bar Thalia, 2537 Broadway at 95th St. FREE.

 Wednesday, November 14th

2 p.m. until 3 p.m. Jazz+Wednesdays Jazz guitarist Bill Wurtzel and guests play standards from the American Songbook. Limited seating. American Folk Art Museum, 2 Lincoln Square. FREE.

6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. The W Connection Widows Helping Widows Rebuild Their Lives UWS Chapter Meeting Join us to discuss topics and issues to help widows rebuild their lives after the loss of a spouse.  These groups are for widows and run by widows.  Please RSVP to dawn@wconnection.org if you are interested in attending a complimentary trial meeting on UWS.  If you would like to join after your trial meeting, membership in The W Connection is $40 annually which gives you access to all our chapter and programs.

6 p.m. Opera Moments in Miller Recital Hall Mignon Dunn, Artistic Director Miller Recital Hall, Manhattan School of Music Performance Center, 132 Claremont Ave (at 123rd St). FREE.

6 p.m. Sonatenabend Pianists from Juilliard’s Collaborative Piano department perform sonata repertoire in partnership with student instrumentalists. Paul Recital Hall. FREE.

6 p.m. Nat’l Council of Jewish Women NY hosts Evie Litwok, Founder & Director of Witness to Mass Incarceration Join the NCJW NY for a presentation by Evie Litwok, a “formerly incarcerated aging New York Jewish lesbian feminist” and Founder and Director of Witness to Mass Incarceration, who has taken her experiences to help give voice to others who have been victims of our flawed criminal justice system. Evie will share her story and speak about the effect mass incarceration is having on communities in this country. To register: contact Aviva Zadoff at azadoff@ncjwny.org or 646-884-9466. National Council of Jewish Women New York, 241 W. 72nd Street, Second Floor (between Broadway & West End Avenue). FREE for members; $15 for non-members. 

6:30 p.m. Community Board 7 Youth, Education & Libraries Committee 250 West 87th Street (between Broadway & West End Avenue)

7 p.m. Film: 82 Names: Syria, Please Don’t Forget Us A documentary tracing the journey of Mansour Omari, a survivor of torture and imprisonment in Syria. A powerful story of how one man risked his life to document atrocities and bring evidence to the world. A co-production of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Maziar Bahari. A discussion with Rafif Jouejati, co-founder and director of FREE-Syria, and others will follow the screening.JCC Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Ave at 76th Street. $10/$15.

7 p.m. David Priess’ How to Get Rid of a President: History’s Guide to Removing Unpopular, Unable, or Unfit Chief Executives David Priess writes and speaks about the presidency, national security, and intelligence. His new book How To Get Rid of a President: History’s Guide to Removing Unpopular, Unable, or Unfit Chief Executives, comes out in November and addresses all of the ways Presidents have left office–providing key context to the country’s dramatic political developments. Barnes & Noble, 82nd & Broadway, 2289 Broadway. FREE.

7 p.m. until 11 p.m. Open Mic Night Join in the fun at this UWS jazz venue. With Les Kurtz Trio. Cleopatra’s Needle, 2483-2485 Broadway and 92nd Street. No Cover, $10 Minimum. 

7 p.m. Columbus: Anthony Tommasini on The Indispensable Composers Join us for an exploration into the question of greatness from the Chief Classical Music Critic of the New York Times. Book Culture, 450 COLUMBUS AVE. FREE.

7:30 p.m. “Music for Food” Benefit Concert What can you do to help those in need? Our November concert features the eminent violinist Laurie Smukler playing gems of the string repertoire, joined by Juilliard faculty colleagues and award winning alums and students of the Juilliard School and Manhattan School of Music. You will also hear the Argentinian composer Osvaldo Golijov’s beautiful and haunting duo Mariel for cello and marimba. This concert benefits The Sylvia Center. Broadway Presbyterian Church (114th Street & Broadway). Suggested donation is $30 and $10 for students and seniors.

7:30 p.m. VICE Media Watch & Learn: Innocence Ignored Giving voice to the wrongfully convicted, this special screening and talk-back features two gripping episodes that profile individuals who have lost years of their lives due to flaws inherent in America’s criminal justice system. David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center. FREE.

Thursday, November 15th

8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Tucker Greenmarket Local farmers sell a wide range of items including: seasonal vegetables, berries, stone fruit, over 80 varieties of apples, farmstead cheeses, fresh seafood, grass fed beef, duck, eggs, baked goods and New York’s only sorghum and maple syrup. West 66th Street and Columbus Avenue.

8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Columbia Greenmarket Shoppers will find milk and yogurt, fruit and cider, baked goods, preserved fruits and vegetables, eggs, cheese, smoked meats, pickled vegetables, maple syrup, honey, fish, and focaccia topped with locally sourced fruit vegetables, herbs and cheeses, a lunch time favorite. Located in front of the gates of Columbia University; Broadway between 114th and 116th Streets.

1 p.m. until 2 p.m. Closer-Look Tour A tour of John Dunkley: Neither Day nor Night and Paa Joe: Gates of No Return, led by museum gallery guides. Meet in the museum atrium. American Folk Art Museum, 2 Lincoln Square. FREE.

5:45 p.m. until 6:45 p.m. Meditation Gifted meditation instructors lead a session and Q&A in the beautiful Makom space. JCC in Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Avenue. FREE for all;  $5 suggested donation.

6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Programs Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), 2 Columbus Circle (between Broadway & 8th Ave). Pay-What-You-Wish.

6:30 p.m. The Harlem Renaissance — Bloomingdale Neighborhood History Group Program Join us for a fascinating presentation by William Seraile, Professor Emeritus, Department of Africana Studies, Lehman College and author of five books, the most recent of which is Angels of Mercy: White Women and the the History of New York’s Colored Orphan Asylum. Hostelling International, 891 Amsterdam Avenue (at 103rd Street). FREE.

7 p.m. Columbus: Romance Book Club Led by Eloisa James, this book club is linked to our Book Culture Selects Romance subscription, as Eloisa and interested readers meet every other month to discuss featured titles in person. Come along, make friends, and hang out with romance readers who love the genre—and love to think about it in smart, fun ways. Whenever possible, guest authors will join the discussion. To RSVP, find out what the book is, or if you have any questions, please email romance@bookculture.com. Can’t join in person? Watch through facebook live. Book Culture, 450 COLUMBUS AVE. FREE.

7 p.m. 112th:#TurnItUP with Columbia University Press Join Columbia University Press and Book Culture for a celebration of university press publishing in honor of University Press Week. For more than 20 years, academic and university press publishing has been an integral part of Book Culture. Columbia University Press has been one of our greatest partners in bringing exemplary scholarship to our local community. Refreshments will be served. Book Culture, 536 WEST 112TH ST. FREE.

7 p.m. The Intermission Cass Coyne wonders what to do when you need a break from your marriage. It comes as a shock to Jonathan when Cass persuades him to try a marital “intermission”: a six-month separation during which they’ll decide if the comfortable life they’ve built together is still the one they both want. Can a marriage experiment go too far for two people who once thought they had it all figured out? Barnes & Noble, 82nd & Broadway, 2289 Broadway. FREE.

7:30 p.m. No-No Boy In this immersive, indie-folk concert, singer-songwriter Julian Saporiti and vocalist Erin Aoyama illuminate the Asian-American experience through song, storytelling, and imagery. Taking inspiration from interviews with World War II Japanese incarceration camp survivors, his own family’s history living through the Vietnam War, and many other stories of the Asian-American experience, Nashville-raised Saporiti has transformed his doctoral research at Brown University into folk songs to bring these stories to a broader audience. Alongside Aoyama, a fellow PhD student at Brown whose family was incarcerated at Heart Mountain, Wyoming—one of the 10 Japanese-American concentration camps—No-No Boy aims to shine a light on experiences that have remained largely hidden in the American consciousness. David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center. FREE. 

Friday, November 16th

8 a.m. until 2 p.m. 97th Street Greenmarket This year-round market features produce from southern New Jersey, Orange County, NY, and the Hudson Valley, as well as eggs, grass-fed meat, fish, cheese, and more. 97th St between Columbus & Amsterdam. FREE.

12:30 p.m. until 1:45 p.m. Art History Series: “Van Gogh in Arles” Vincent Van Gogh spent 444 extraordinary days in Arles, a period that has been described as the most concentrated and productive stretch of art making of the nineteenth century, perhaps ever. It was also the beginning of the most famous descent into madness in art history. In two sessions, we will examine and discuss the highs and lows of this incredible time, with an unsurprising emphasis on the extraordinary paintings that resulted. The Wellness Program at DOROT is for older adults ages 60+. To pre-register: Shannon O’Connor at 917-441-3743 or by email at soconnor@dorotusa.org. DOROT, 171 West 85th Street (at Amsterdam Ave). $5.

4 p.m. until 6 p.m. Artslab with Victoria Manganiello Nearly every color can be created with natural dyes made from scratch using ingredients from your local supermarket, including herbs, fruits, and vegetables. Join fiber artist Victoria Manganiello for this hands-on workshop and learn to create and mix your own natural dyes for use on organic fibers. Ages 13–18. Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), 2 Columbus Circle (between Broadway & 8th Ave). FREE with museum admission.

5:30 p.m. Free Music Fridays Music featured at the Free Music Fridays series thematically reflects the spirit of the self-taught art on view at the museum. Support the proceedings with a donation-based cash wine bar. Admission is always free. Featuring performances by: Cordelia Stephens (Inventive, lyrically-driven folk); 6:05 pm: Susan Kane (Sweet, sharp Americana); 6:40 pm: Matt Sucich (Acoustic singer/songwriter). American Folk Art Museum, 2 Lincoln Square. FREE.

6 p.m. 112th: Words Without Borders Join us as we welcome Isabel Lucas, author of Journey to the Heart of the American Dream at 6pm and John Keen, translator of Hilda Hilst’s Letters from a Seducer and author of Counternarratives at 7pm. Book Culture, 536 WEST 112TH ST. FREE.

6 pm; 9 pm Choreographers and Composers Every fall, six pairs of Juilliard third-year dancers and composition students take a class in which they create original pieces that are then performed by student dancers. Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater. FREE.

6:30 p.m. Female Remedies and Wicked Women: Reproductive Health in 19th-Century New York Join playwright Jessica Bashline, author of Wickedest Woman, and Dr. Ana Cepin of Physicians for Reproductive Health, in conversation with curator Sarah Gordon of the Center for Women’s History for a discussion on reproductive health in New York City, past and present. The special installation Female Remedies opens at the Center for Women’s History on November 2. Dexter Hall at the New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street). $15; FREE for Members of the Women’s History Council.

6:30 p.m. Acts of Faith: Film Series The series Acts of Faith showcases films that depict a wide variety of religious rituals across cultures, ranging from individual acts of devotion to community-wide sacred practices. The selections range from ethnographic documentaries, to fictional narratives, to experiments in cinematic form. Highlights include works by documentarians Jean Rouch, Robert Gardner, Charles Dekeukeleire and Freida Lee Mock; artist’s films by Jeanne Liotta and Tania Cypriano; and international feature films by directors Jessica Hausner, Jorge Sanjinés, and Vijay Sharma.Bard Graduate Center, 18 West 86th Street (between CPW & Columbus), Gallery. Adults $8 / Students and Seniors $5. Five-event pass, $35. FREE gallery admission a purchased ticket. 

7:30 p.m. Film Screening: “Out of Many, One” (2018) A new Netflix documentary short, Out of Many, One, shows us how in a time of deep political, social and cultural divide, New York’s oldest museum is helping propel hundreds of green card holders to citizenship. The film concludes with a naturalization ceremony conducted by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A panel discussion will follow the film screening, featuring New-York Historical President & CEO Louise Mirrer, director John Hoffman, Allan Wernick from CUNY Citizenship Now, and the Honorable William F. Kuntz, U.S. District Court Judge for the Eastern District of New York. FREE, but RSVP recommended as seating limited. New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street). Pay-as-you-wish.

7 p.m. until 8 p.m. The Viennese BSM piano faculty member Mina Kusumoto and guest performers play works by great Viennese composers including Franz Schubert, Fritz Kreisler and Gustav Mahler. Bloomingdale School of Music, 323 West 108th Street (between Broadway & Riverside). FREE.

7 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Music Café: Demetrius Daniel & His New York City Brass Band Join us at the Music Café at Ethical, a place to unwind and enjoy the music, refreshments, and good company. New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th Street (at Central Park West). Members $10, Nonmembers $15, includes snacks and a beverage (wine, beer, soda).

7:30 p.m. ¡VAYA! 63: Andre Veloz Raised in the Dominican Republic, this Bronx-based bachatera brings her big voice and effortless soul to an evening of high-energy bachata infused with merengue, jazz, and more. The self-described “unicornio de la bachata,” whose viral hit “Eta Que Ta’ Aquí” took over the Dominican internet last winter, keeps the dance floor packed with her carefree charisma, feminine fearlessness, and killer band. Opening set by DJ Youngeun. David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center. FREE.

 Saturday, November 17th

8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Tucker Greenmarket Local farmers sell a wide range of items including: seasonal vegetables, berries, stone fruit, over 80 varieties of apples, farmstead cheeses, fresh seafood, grass fed beef, duck, eggs, baked goods and New York’s only sorghum and maple syrup. West 66th Street and Columbus Avenue.

9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Morningside Park’s Down to Earth Farmer’s Market Local farmers sell a wide range of items including: seasonal vegetables, fruits, plants and flowers, baked goods, fresh fish and seafood, beef, poultry, eggs, cheese, yogurt, honey, pickles and pantry staples such as cornmeal polenta, wheat flour, roasted nuts and dried pasta. Corner of 110th St. & Manhattan Ave.

10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Goddard Riverside Book Fair Now in a NEW location — get brand-new bestsellers at half price while supporting programs for the community! The 32nd Annual Book Fair will offer plenty of great titles in Fiction, Current Events, History, Cookbooks, Mystery, Children’s, Young Adult and other categories. Want to get a jump start on your shopping? Buy a ticket to the opening night party, First Look Friday, and enjoy cocktails and light bites while browsing the books. Bernie Wohl Center, 647 Columbus Avenue (at 91st St).

11 a.m. Storytime and Activities Featuring Bear Says Thanks What better way for Bear to say thanks than to have a big dinner with all his friends! Join us for this special Thanksgiving Storytime celebrating family and friendship and get a coupon from our Café for a grilled cheese sandwich with milk or juice for $4! Barnes & Noble, 82nd & Broadway, 2289 Broadway. FREE.

11 a.m. Community Conversations: Midterms 2018 Anxiety about the elections? Please join your neighbors and community members as we discuss what might shape up to be a highly consequential midterm election. We will make sense of what happened, what it means for the future of our country, and discuss local, state, and national news. Light refreshments served. St. Agnes Library. FREE.

1 p.m. until 2 p.m. Closer-Look Tour A tour of John Dunkley: Neither Day nor Night and Paa Joe: Gates of No Return, led by museum gallery guides. Meet in the museum atrium. American Folk Art Museum, 2 Lincoln Square. FREE.

2 p.m. Saturday Afternoon Movie: Sicario: Day of the Soldado Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2017, R, 122 min.) FBI agent Matt Graver enlists a mysterious operative to help investigate a Mexican drug cartel that has been smuggling terrorists into the U.S. Things escalate when the daughter of a top kingpin is abducted. Starring: Benicio Del Toro, Catherine Keener, Josh Brolin, Matthew Modine. Dir. Stefano Sollima. St. Agnes Library. FREE.

2 p.m. Explore the Magic Harry Potter Event Live the adventure of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts! Join us for activities, games, cosplay, LEGO building, special offers, and giveaways! Barnes & Noble, 82nd & Broadway, 2289 Broadway. FREE.

3 pm; 7:30 pm Choreographers and Composers Every fall, six pairs of Juilliard third-year dancers and composition students take a class in which they create original pieces that are then performed by student dancers. Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater. FREE.

7:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. Vietnam: Soldiers Tell Their Stories 40 Years Later American young men went off to war and now 40 years later, these soldiers are still here to tell their stories of unfathomable courage, extreme horrors, and unbreakable loyalty. Actors from Hudson Warehouse recount these stories in a multi-media event. Join us this Veteran’s Day to pay tribute to these men and women. From Goddard Riverside Community Arts. Created and produced by Hudson Warehouse.Goddard Riverside’s Bernie Wohl Center, 647 Columbus Avenue (between 91st & 92nd St). $0 – $15.

 Sunday, November 18th

8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Columbia Greenmarket Shoppers will find milk and yogurt, fruit and cider, baked goods, preserved fruits and vegetables, eggs, cheese, smoked meats, pickled vegetables, maple syrup, honey, fish, and focaccia topped with locally sourced fruit vegetables, herbs and cheeses, a lunch time favorite. Located in front of the gates of Columbia University; Broadway between 114th and 116th Streets.

8 a.m. until 5 p.m. 79th Street Greenmarket Located on beautiful, tree-lined Columbus Avenue, this year-round market stretches from 77th St. to 80th St. each Sunday. Just behind the American Museum of Natural History, shoppers will find grass-fed beef, goat cheese, fresh flowers, eggs, honey, baked goods, apple cider, and a large variety of fruit and vegetables. Columbus Avenue between 78th & 81st Streets.

10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Goddard Riverside Book Fair Now in a NEW location — get brand-new bestsellers at half price while supporting programs for the community! The 32nd Annual Book Fair will offer plenty of great titles in Fiction, Current Events, History, Cookbooks, Mystery, Children’s, Young Adult and other categories. Want to get a jump start on your shopping? Buy a ticket to the opening night party, First Look Friday, and enjoy cocktails and light bites while browsing the books. Bernie Wohl Center, 647 Columbus Avenue (at 91st St).

10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Grand Bazaar Indoors & outdoors, local artist, designers, and antique/vintage dealers sell one-of-a-kind and limited edition art, antique watches, vintage collectibles and fashion, handmade jewelry and furniture. Delicious artisianal edibles will unsure that you will never leave hungry. 100 West 77th St. (at Columbus Avenue). FREE admission.

11 a.m. Sunday Platform – Interview with Sheri Berman: Free Speech vs. Hate Speech Leader Anne Klaeysen interviews Sheri Berman, professor of political science at Barnard College, Columbia University, on the topic of free speech versus hate speech on university campuses. Dr. Berman’s research interests include the development of democracy and dictatorship, European politics, populism and fascism, and the history of the left. She is author of books on European social democracy and the fate of democracy during the interwar years, social democracy and fascism in 19th and 20th century Europe and her latest book, Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe: From the Ancien Régime to the Present Day is forthcoming from Oxford University Press. New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th Street (at Central Park West). FREE.

1:30 p.m. BOTTOMLESS: A Variety Show Join comedians Zach Teague & Drew Lausch for a Bottomless brunch variety show. Featuring comedians from SNL, Comedy Central, truTV & more! Seating is limited. Adults only. Reserve at 646-973-1300 or onlineWest Side Comedy Club, 201 West 75th St (between Amsterdam & Broadway). Tickets are $5 dollars with a 2 drink minimum or purchase of an $18 bottomless drink.

2:30 pm; 7:30 pm NEIDORFF-KARPATI HALL REOPENING CONCERTS Neidorff-Karpati Hall
Manhattan School of Music, 130 Claremont Avenue (located one block west of Broadway at 122nd Street). FREE.

4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Open Mic Night Join in the fun at this UWS jazz venue. With Keith Ingham. Cleopatra’s Needle, 2483-2485 Broadway and 92nd Street. No Cover, $10 Minimum.

4 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. A Festive Evensong: 125th Anniversary Join us for a festive evensong celebrating the 125th anniversary of the laying of the Cathedral cornerstone. RSVP allows access to the General Reserved section. Please see ushers upon arrival for direction. The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Avenue (at 112th Street). FREE.

6 p.m. until 7 p.m. Choral Evensong: Jared Cook In celebration of our magnificent Great Organ, the Cathedral presents a concert series following Sunday Evensong, featuring guest recitalists from around the country. The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Avenue (at 112th Street). FREE.