Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

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  • The Metropolitan Oper A Vibrant Home For The Most Creative

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    its newest Form 990, to provide the performance of opera to public. As a nonprofit institution, it defined its vision as “sustaining, encouraging, and promoting musical art, and educating the general public about music, particularly opera” (Our Story, the Met). The Metropolitan Opera is the world’s largest independent performing arts organization and one of the oldest in the United States. Its value is to always lead the innovation and

  • Describe New York

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    about it. Some of the things i will mention is food, performing arts, and attractions. I will talk about is Attractions. There are many amazing places to visit in New York city like Empire state building, Statue of liberty, Rockefeller Center,and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. One major place is the empire state building people think of it as a symbol of New York. One other place is the Rockefeller Center it is a vast entertainment center and shopping area with an outdoor skating rink it is

  • Ceo Robert A. Disney Corporation

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    In his letter to shareholders that proceeds the 2014 financial report, Disney’s CEO Robert A. Iger divulges Disney’s brand strategy, he states, “we’ve reached this level of sustained success by focusing on three strategic priorities that unlock the limitless potential of this remarkable company: unparalleled creativity, innovative technology, and global expansion” (Fiscal Year 2014 3). Though Iger does not specifically refer to Disney Theatrical Productions (DTP) in his letter, the company’s strategic

  • Roman Neoclassical Style

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    European Paintings at The Metropolitan Museum of Art (2002). Even during the 20th and 21st Centuries, the influence of the ancient Greeks can be seen in newly-built structures that are

  • Free Bird Campaign

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    Madison Square Garden Presents New Campaign/Team iLuminate Collaboration Campaign Promotes Self-Expression and Empowerment Through the Arts for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Features Falyn Vega, 17-Year Old Singer, Cancer Survivor, and Face of Campaign New York, NY (September 22, 2016) - A Free Bird is launching the “I Am A Free Bird Campaign.” Last week, Madison Square Garden gave a platform for the release of a new single and the first ever anthem against childhood cancer. The inspiring and

  • The Diagram Of The Dance Company

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    related lymphoma. Although the principal choreographer of this company is Bill T. Jones, the company has also collaborated with various artists such as Anne Bogart, Keith Haring, Cassandra Wilson, Orion String Quartet, and the Chamber Society of Lincoln Center. 2. In the past, Bill T. Jones has worked and cofounded the American Dance Asylum. He was educated at the State University of New York, Binghamton, where he focused on studying both classical ballet and modern dance. At SUNY, Binghamton, he met

  • New York City Where the Dreams Come True

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    funny cities, far cities and friendly cities. But there is only one city in the world, able to make your dreams come true. This is New York the most populous city in the United States and the center of the New York Metropolitan Area. New York exerts a significant impact upon global commerce, finance, media, art, fashion, research, technology, education, and entertainment. With a population of 8,175,133, New York is the most densely populated major city in the United States. The New York City Metropolitan

  • Heard-Chamber Music Concert Analysis

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    and Music Department Faculty. The third and final concert, The Struggle to be Heard¬– Music of Social Justice, will present music inspired by some of the most significant social justice issues of the past and present, most notably Aaron Copland’s A Lincoln Portrait, and Elmer Bernstein’s film score to

  • Frederick Phineas: A Brief Biography And Analysis

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    Vice-Chair of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and a Trustee of Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, Rockefeller University, the New York Public Library, and the New York Philharmonic (list not complete). He was also well known as a philanthropist, who according to his obituary in the New York Time “gave away more than $95 million” during his lifetime. This included gifts of $20 million to the American Museum of Natural History for the Rose Center for Earth and

  • Policy Proposal: Restriction to Freedom of Speech Clause

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    Policy Proposal Restriction to Freedom of Speech Clause The Restriction to Freedom of Speech Clause would add the following to exceptions that are allowed to speech and expression under the First Amendment (see boldface text). Restrictions on freedom of speech are currently permitted to be imposed on Speech that incites illegal or subversive activity Fighting words Symbolic expression Commercial speech Freedom of expression in public schools Obscenity and pornography Regulation of