The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR

The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR Essential conversations and intimate performances, live from New York and heard everywhere on WNYC and WQXR.
Performance space of WNYC and WQXR. We galvanize conversations around the life, arts and politics of our city and our world through live journalism and performance.
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The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space is WNYC and WQXR's lab for new ideas, an incubator of fresh talent, a living room-meets-public square convening honest, inspired conversations about the life, art and politics of our city and our world.

Mission: The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space is WNYC and WQXR's lab for new ideas, an incubator of fresh talent, our living room-meets-public square convening honest, inspired conversations about the life, art and politics of our city and our world. Our deliberately eclectic programming includes live broadcasts of WNYC shows, classical concerts and festivals from WQXR, live tapings of the best podcasts produced in and out of public media, and original series like How I Got Over, Micropolis Live, 44 Charlton, Political Party with Keli Goff, and Encores! Unscripted. Be a part of our intimate audiences in studio or join the millions we reach across the world through our broadcasts, podcasts, and video.

TUESDAY Feb. 25! Why are we so angry right now?Angélique Roché investigates anger and our cultural moment with Color Of ...
02/21/2020

TUESDAY Feb. 25! Why are we so angry right now?

Angélique Roché investigates anger and our cultural moment with Color Of Change President Rashad Robinson, psychologist and neural scientist Jay Van Bavel, political advisor Nayyera Haq and author Tim Wu, with a performance by composer and vocalist Miriam Elhajli. 🎟️🎟️🎟️: http://bit.ly/39Q9Ooq

MONDAY! Come out for a night of magic and trickery as WNYC's Shumita Basu talks with NYC magicians who are expanding the...
02/19/2020

MONDAY! Come out for a night of magic and trickery as WNYC's Shumita Basu talks with NYC magicians who are expanding the craft. Featuring RJ's Magic, hypnotist and historian Belinda Sinclair and Dennis Kim, a.k.a. The Close-Up Artis. 🎟️🎟️🎟️: http://bit.ly/2V7xaCe

TUESDAY! Host Angélique Roché investigates anger and our cultural moment with Color Of Change President Rashad Robinson,...
02/19/2020

TUESDAY! Host Angélique Roché investigates anger and our cultural moment with Color Of Change President Rashad Robinson, psychologist and neural scientist Jay Van Bavel, political advisor Nayyera Haq and author Tim Wu, with a performance by composer and vocalist Miriam Elhajli. 🎟️🎟️🎟️: http://bit.ly/39Q9Ooq

02/18/2020
Get Lit with All of It

Alison Stewart hosts her monthly book club, Get Lit with All Of It With Alison Stewart, featuring debut author Kiley Reid to discuss her book, Such a Fun Age.

02/18/2020

On FEB 25, join host Angélique Roché (NBC News, Marvel) for a dynamic night of conversation and performance, zooming out from the headlines and clickbait to discuss anger, how outrage thrives on the internet, and what changes are happening to us as a society. 🗣️

Tickets available now! 🎫

✨THIS WEEK AT TGS✨TUESDAY, FEB 18: GET LIT WITH ALL OF IT: KILEY REID@iamalisonstewart hosts her monthly book club serie...
02/18/2020

✨THIS WEEK AT TGS✨

TUESDAY, FEB 18:
GET LIT WITH ALL OF IT: KILEY REID

@iamalisonstewart hosts her monthly book club series with debut author @kileyreid to discuss her book SUCH A FUN AGE.

FRIDAY, FEB 21:
BEGINNER’S EAR

@wqxr_classical presents one hour of guided meditation and live music, featuring principal clarinetist of the NY Philharmonic Anthony McGill, violist Amadi Azikiwe and pianist Kyle P. Walker.

More info on our website (link in bio)! @ The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR

02/13/2020

Dive into one hour of mindful deep listening with Beginner’s Ear, a guided, live music meditation series. Today’s Valentine’s Day edition features musical reveries for 4-hands piano performed by Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung, a duo of international superstars. Hosted and moderated by New York Times contributing critic Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim with meditation led by Thomas Droge, founder of the Pathfinder Institute.

02/13/2020

Dive into one hour of mindful deep listening with Beginner’s Ear, a guided, live music meditation series. Today’s Valentine’s Day edition features musical reveries for 4-hands piano performed by Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung, a duo of international superstars. Hosted and moderated by New York Times contributing critic Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim with meditation led by Thomas Droge, founder of the Pathfinder Institute.

Throwback to @citizentrain debuting his live score to the hallmark silent film “The Passion of Joan of Arc” at The Green...
02/13/2020

Throwback to @citizentrain debuting his live score to the hallmark silent film “The Passion of Joan of Arc” at The Greene Space on Jan 24!

Beautiful photos by @rachaelhacking @ The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR

02/12/2020

On FEB 25, join host Angélique Roché (NBC News, Marvel) for a dynamic night of conversation and performance, zooming out from the headlines and clickbait to discuss anger and outrage’s effects on the American public. 🗣

Tickets available now! 🎫

02/11/2020

Join us as we toast to classical music’s great love affairs and epic breakups while listening to some of the most romantic music ever composed, performed live by real-life couples violinist Tessa Lark and bassist Michael Thurber; violinist Stefan Jackiw & clarinetist Yoonah Kim - clarinetist; pianists Gregg Kallor & Dasha Koltunyuk; plus a special performance by ChamberQUEER. Beers provided by our friends at Alewife Brewing Company, Greenport Harbor Brewing Company, Sixpoint, and Wild East Brewing Co..

02/11/2020

Join us as we toast to classical music’s great love affairs and epic breakups while listening to some of the most romantic music ever composed, performed live by real-life couples violinist Tessa Lark and bassist Michael Thurber; violinist Stefan Jackiw & clarinetist Yoonah Kim - clarinetist; pianists Gregg Kallor & Dasha Koltunyuk; plus a special performance by ChamberQUEER. Beers provided by our friends at Alewife Brewing Company, Greenport Harbor Brewing Company, Sixpoint, and Wild East Brewing Co..

02/11/2020

@debbiemillman interviewed @amberrosetamblyn during last night’s special taping of the Design Matters podcast!

Head to our website (link in bio) to watch the full 15th anniversary show!!

02/11/2020
Ticket to: Afghanistan

This month, we travel to Afghanistan through the lens of Nadia Hashimi novel, A House Without Windows. Host Beenish Ahmed speaks with Afghan-American poet Zohra Saed and Afghan pianist Elham Fanous.

02/10/2020
Design Matters, Live!

Debbie Millman hosts a special 15th anniversary episode taping of Design Matters featuring award-winning author, actress and director Amber Tamblyn, visual artist Marilyn Minter, and a special performance by musician Erin McKeown

✨THIS WEEK AT TGS✨MONDAY 2/10: DESIGN MATTERS, LIVE!@debbiemillman celebrates her 15th anniversary of Design Matters wit...
02/10/2020

✨THIS WEEK AT TGS✨

MONDAY 2/10: DESIGN MATTERS, LIVE!

@debbiemillman celebrates her 15th anniversary of Design Matters with a special episode taping with guests @amberrosetamblyn, @marilynminter and a performance by @erinxmckeown.

TUESDAY 2/11: TICKET TO AFGHANISTAN

Join as we travel to Afghanistan through the lens of Nadia Hashimi’s novel A House Without Windows. Host @beenishfahmed will talk to poet @zohrasaed, pianist Elham Fanous and author @amywaldmanwriter.

WEDNESDAY 2/12: WQXR BEER JAM

Our recipe for Valentines Day? Classical music paired with craft beer! Join us as we raise a pint glass to classical music’s great love affairs and breakups.

THURSDAY 2/13: BRIAN LEHRER, LIVE!

Pull up a seat and see a live broadcast of @wnyc’s Peabody Award-winning radio show.

FRIDAY 2/14: BEGINNER’S EAR

Join us for a Valentines Day guided meditation with a performance by international pianist duo Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung.

Tickets at www.thegreenespace.org/events/ @ The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR

✨THIS WEEK AT TGS✨MONDAY 2/10: DESIGN MATTERS, LIVE!@debbiemillman celebrates her 15th anniversary of Design Matters wit...
02/10/2020

✨THIS WEEK AT TGS✨

MONDAY 2/10: DESIGN MATTERS, LIVE!

@debbiemillman celebrates her 15th anniversary of Design Matters with a special episode taping a/ guests @amberrosetamblyn, @marilynminter and a performance by @erinxmckeown.

TUESDAY 2/11: TICKET TO AFGHANISTAN

Join as we travel to Afghanistan through the lens of Nadia Hashimi’s novel A House Without Windows. Host @beenishfahmed will talk to poet @zohrasaed, pianist Elham Fanous and author @amywaldmanwriter.

WEDNESDAY 2/12: WQXR BEER JAM

Our recipe for Valentines Day? Classical music paired with craft beer! Join us as we raise a pint glass to classical music’s great love affairs and breakups.

THURSDAY 2/13: BRIAN LEHRER, LIVE!

Pull up a seat and see a live broadcast of @wnyc’s Peabody Award-winning radio show!

FRIDAY 2/14: BEGINNER’S EAR

Join us for a Valentines Day guided meditation with a performance by international pianist duo Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung.

Tickets at www.thegreenespace.org/events/ @ The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR

02/07/2020

Flashback clip to Lori Gottlieb explaining the process behind her book, Maybe You a Should Talk to Someone at the @allofitwnyc book club on Jan 22!

You can watch the full show on our website: www.thegreenespace.org/watch

02/04/2020

Cellist Sophia Bacelar from The Juilliard School joins us for a special edition of Midday Masterpieces live from The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR. The event is sold out, but tune in here to enjoy an all-Russian program of music including works by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, and Rimsky-Korsakov.

02/04/2020

Cellist Sophia Bacelar from The Juilliard School joins us for a special edition of Midday Masterpieces live from The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR. The event is sold out, but tune in here to enjoy an all-Russian program of music including works by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, and Rimsky-Korsakov.

✨THIS WEEK AT TGS✨WEDNESDAY, FEB 5: @wqxr_classical’s MIDDAY MASTERPIECESSettle in for a free hour of musical serenity w...
02/03/2020

✨THIS WEEK AT TGS✨

WEDNESDAY, FEB 5: @wqxr_classical’s MIDDAY MASTERPIECES

Settle in for a free hour of musical serenity with rising stars from the @juilliardschool. This weeks performer is cellist @sophiabacelar accompanied by pianist Alexandra Joan.

FRIDAY, FEB 7: BEGINNERS EAR

Unplug to recharge with an hour of guided meditation accompanied by live music from violinists Katie Hyun and Beth Wenstrom

Visit our website for tix and more info: www.thegreenespace.org/events/ @ The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR

01/31/2020

Unplug and recharge your batteries during a 60-minute guided, live music meditation. Today’s edition will feature classical pianist Lisa Moore performing the hypnotic music of Julia Wolfe, Philip Glass, Hannah Lash and Colombian composer and sound artist Julián De La Chica. Hosted and moderated by New York Times contributing critic Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim with meditation led by Thomas Droge, founder of the Pathfinder Institute.

01/31/2020

Unplug and recharge your batteries during a 60-minute guided, live music meditation. Today’s edition will feature classical pianist Lisa Moore performing the hypnotic music of Julia Wolfe, Philip Glass, Hannah Lash and Colombian composer and sound artist Julián De La Chica. Hosted and moderated by New York Times contributing critic Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim with meditation led by Thomas Droge, founder of the Pathfinder Institute.

01/29/2020
Do We Still Need Faith in the 21st Century?

Do we need faith in the 21st century? Journalist Angélique Roché hosts a discussion on this question with a panel of experts and leaders, part of the ongoing series, Very Biggest Questions

01/24/2020

Recenter your mind and spirit with meditation and a program of improvised music in celebration of the Lunar New Year. The stylistically polyglot vocalist Jen Shyu is joined by Le Gamin.music, a master practitioner of piri, taepyongso and saenghwang, and Kaoru Watanabe on Japanese flutes and drums. Beginner’s Ear is hosted and moderated by New York Times contributing critic Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim with meditation led by Thomas Droge, founder of the Pathfinder Institute.

01/24/2020
Does NYC Have the Best Chinese Food Scene (Outside of China)?

New Yorkers have been obsessed with Chinese food for generations, but in recent years this obsession has hit entirely new heights. Thanks to an immigration boom and the Sichuan revolution, we now inhabit a vast empire of deliciousness, stretching from Little Neck to Bensonhurst to the East Village. How exactly did we get here?

01/23/2020

Recenter your mind and spirit with meditation and a program of improvised music in celebration of the Lunar New Year. The stylistically polyglot vocalist Jen Shyu is joined by Le Gamin.music, a master practitioner of piri, taepyongso and saenghwang, and Kaoru Watanabe on Japanese flutes and drums. Beginner’s Ear is hosted and moderated by New York Times contributing critic Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim with meditation led by Thomas Droge, founder of the Pathfinder Institute.

01/23/2020
Get Lit with All of It: Lori Gottlieb

Join Alison Stewart, host of WNYC’s All of It, for the next installment in her monthly book club series with bestselling author Lori Gottlieb for a discussion of her book, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. With a musical performance by Jill Sobule.

01/22/2020
Immigration in 2020: A Civil Talk About The Biggest Controversy

Immigration is perhaps the most polarizing issue in our current political climate, and yet there are several policy proposals that have widespread support — what’s apparently lacking is the political will to bring about reform.
WNYC immigration reporters Matt Katz and Beth Fertig take you beyond the soundbites and lean on historical perspective, lived experience and experts on different sides to talk over achievable solutions to this controversial issue.

01/17/2020

Watch (and breathe) as WQXR presents Beginner’s Ear, a guided, live music meditation series at The Greene Space. The inaugural session begins with 15 minutes of guided meditation led by Daoist teacher Thomas Droge, followed by Taka Kigawa, taking us on a sonic journey anchored by Debussy, Chopin and Bach.

01/16/2020

Watch (and breathe) as WQXR presents Beginner’s Ear, a guided, live music meditation series at The Greene Space. The inaugural session begins with 15 minutes of guided meditation led by Daoist teacher Thomas Droge, followed by Taka Kigawa, taking us on a sonic journey anchored by Debussy, Chopin and Bach.

Join us NEXT THURSDAY 1/23 for Micropolis: Does NYC Have the Best Chinese Food Scene (Outside of China)?Host Arun Venugo...
01/16/2020

Join us NEXT THURSDAY 1/23 for Micropolis: Does NYC Have the Best Chinese Food Scene (Outside of China)?

Host Arun Venugopal sits down with the editors at Eater NY for an evening of conversation and, of course, delicious food. They will be joined by CEO of Xi'an Famous Foods Jason Wang and owner of Málà Project Amelie Kang. Plus, enjoy a special musical performance by the Blue Pipa Trio!

Get tix here: https://bit.ly/2suyhQi

01/15/2020
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.

Host Brian Lehrer will take questions from the audience and welcome guests on stage to talk about what matters most now in local and national politics, our own communities and our lives.

01/10/2020
Generator Series: Gloria Steinem

NOW: Ilana Glazer hosts night two of the Generator Collective series with special guests Gloria Steinem, Amanda Nguyen, founder of the civil rights organization Rise, and Marti Allen-Cummings.

01/08/2020
Midday Masterpieces: The Kila Quartet

Watch the The Juilliard School’s Kila Quartet live from The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR in a program of Mozart and Bartók, part of WQXR’s Midday Masterpieces series.

01/07/2020

Watch the The Juilliard School’s Kila Quartet live from The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR in a program of Mozart and Bartók, part of WQXR’s Midday Masterpieces series.

Don't miss Next Best Thing on THURSDAY, JANUARY 16 at 7PM! Josh Gondelman (writer, Desus & Mero on Showtime) hosts the J...
12/26/2019

Don't miss Next Best Thing on THURSDAY, JANUARY 16 at 7PM!

Josh Gondelman (writer, Desus & Mero on Showtime) hosts the January installment of our signature variety show where anything goes.

This month's lineup features musician Hannah Gill (Postmodern Jukebox), comedy duo Friends Who Folk and stand up comic Jes Tom. Get your tickets today!

https://bit.ly/374iuGu

Join us FRIDAY, JANUARY 10 at 7 PM for a live taping of Vox podcast Switched on Pop!Through live musical illustrations a...
12/26/2019

Join us FRIDAY, JANUARY 10 at 7 PM for a live taping of Vox podcast Switched on Pop!

Through live musical illustrations and joyful discourse, Co-hosts Nate Sloan and Charlie Harding deconstruct the iconic pop songs we cant get out of our heads. Whether you're a virtuoso or a musical novice, you'll come away with new ears. Get your tickets now!

https://bit.ly/39hxDq6

That's a wrap for our 2019 shows! We're excited to start out the new year with Madison McFerrin Presents: The Sissierett...
12/18/2019
Madison McFerrin Presents: The Sissieretta Series | The Greene Space

That's a wrap for our 2019 shows!

We're excited to start out the new year with Madison McFerrin Presents: The Sissieretta Series on January 7 with comedy by Lorelei Ramirez and music by soul singer Duendita. Get your tickets before the holidays.

http://bit.ly/TGS1720

Each edition of her residency at The Greene Space will feature a unique lineup, curated by Madison herself. In addition to performances and intimate conversations, each show will be preceded by a happy hour featuring live DJ sets and artisanal crafts by artists of color for sale. This edition featur...

12/17/2019

WNYC reporters Christopher Werth and Kai Wright discuss lead poisoning, America’s longest running public health crisis with a panel of experts and public officials.

12/13/2019
Just Another Day- Adeline

In cased you missed it, check out Adeline's performance of "Just Another Day" as part of Madison McFerrin's Artist-in-Residence series on December 3. Check out the last show of The Sissiertta Series on January 7th at 7pm!

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