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November

WQXR’s Midday Masterpieces

WQXR's Midday Masterpieces

Settle in for an hour of musical serenity with rising stars from The Juilliard School in this free midday concert featuring selections from some of classical music’s most beloved composers.

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Shell Shock 1919: How The Great War Changed Culture

Think we’re preoccupied with violence and technology? WNYC’s Sara Fishko traces the lingering cultural influence of The Great War and the parallels to today with author David Lubin, MOMA Chief Curator Ann Temkin, and New School Assistant Professor and Director of Race and Ethnicity, Rich Blint.  Pianist Uri Caine will also perform special selections for the evening.

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Man Up, Live

Podcast Mixtape

Aymann Ismail hosts a live taping of the podcast where men and women tell embarrassing, funny and sometimes disturbing stories about their lives as they try to figure out what they still have to learn—and unlearn—about manhood.

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The Brian Lehrer Show Live

The Brian Lehrer Show Live

Pull up a seat in our intimate studio space and see a live broadcast of WNYC’s Peabody Award-winning radio show.

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Next Best Thing: Happy Hour

Enjoy the cheapest drinks in SoHo in this happy hour open to all. Featuring our favorite wine and beer picks and a live DJ set.

Next Best Thing with Christi and Carly Ann

Next Best Thing

Catch our new variety show where anything goes! This is the place to see the adventurous, awe-inspiring and absurd performers who are redefining New York City’s cultural imprint. Featuring comedians Christi Chiello and Carly Ann Filbin. They are joined by actor and comedian Larry Owens, the multicultural ensemble band, Lady Moon & The Eclipse, the band Sullivann, and rap artist Yoh.

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WQXR Up Close: Together We Sing – Great Voices of New York City

WQXR's Classical Up Close

Join us for an evening celebrating the voice for next our WQXR Up Close.  We’ll hear from members of Wynton Marsalis’s The Abyssinian Mass Choir conducted by Damien L. Sneed.  The St. Thomas Choir will be here celebrating their 100th anniversary, and more, to be announced.

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Ticket To…Rwanda

Ticket To...Explore the World with the Alignist Book Club

Twenty five years after one of history’s most devastating genocides, explore Rwanda through Scholastique Mukasonga’s Our Lady of the Nile. We’ll talk about the post-colonial landscape that turned neighbor against neighbor, schoolchild against schoolchild.

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Heart, Strings: Dessa with the Argus Quartet and Matthew Santos

An evening of performance, conversation and unscripted nonsense exploring the unlikely friendship between an indie rapper and world class-symphonic orchestra. Expect moving string arrangements, funny stories and a chance to see the gears turning on an unusual creative process.

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Get Lit with All of It: Jacqueline Woodson

Get Lit with All Of It

Alison Stewart continues her book club with the bestselling author Jacqueline Woodson, discussing her latest, Red at the Bone. Plus a peek at the season’s new novels with Books Are Magic’s Emma Straub and performances to be announced.

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