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Virtual Art Opening | KNOW JUSTICE, KNOW PEACE

Photographs by Bob Gore from the BLM protests in NYC, 2020.
On view at The Interchurch Center through February 25, 2021.
In-person visitors are welcome but all visitors must wear a mask and have temperature checked at security desk before visiting the gallery. No more than 25 people at a time. The Interchurch Center Gallery is open Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Curator, Jennifer Roberts. Guest Curator, Bob Gore
Presented by Executive Director Paula M. Mayo.

Virtual Noonday Concerts in the Chapel

September through May, The Interchurch Center sponsors a series of programs by professional artists from the New York metropolitan area and beyond. Programs range from string quartets to woodwind ensembles, traditional African folk music to Celtic songs and dances, medieval to jazz, vocal soloists to choirs, and emerging artists to established professionals. These concerts are pre-recorded and available on our YouTube channel.

KNOW JUSTICE, KNOW PEACE | Virtual Art Opening

To view more photographs from this series and order prints, visit: https://bobgore.smugmug.com/George-Floyd-Protests-New-York.
Reach Bob directly via email at bgpinc@aol.com.


Jan. 6 | Aria with Thirty Variations (BWV 988)

Steven Beck, piano

December 16 | Home for Christmas

Vocal Quartet: Liz Lang, Meghann Vaughn, Erik Rasmussen, Christopher Judd

December 2 | Music by Handel, Bach, Gershwin & Piazzolla

Gonzalo Cortes, flute | Natasha Ulyanovsky, piano

Nov. 18 | Rachmaninoff’s Cello Sonata, Op. 19

Jameson Platte, cello | Christopher Cooley, piano

Oct. 28 | A Feast of Sacred Favorites

Meghann Vaughn, mezzo-soprano | Christopher Johnson, piano

Oct. 21 | Celebrating the Titans of the Tenor Saxophone

Justin Flynn, tenor saxophone | Steve Einerson, piano
Jim Greene, bass | Joe Strasser, drums

Oct. 14 | Black & Brown

Diana Solomon-Glover, reader | James Dargan, baritone | Joshua Anand Slater, piano

Oct. 7 | Reflections on “Home”

Christopher Johnson, piano and organ
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