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Anchored by the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the BAM Cultural District is home to venues including the Harvey Theater, BAM Rose Cinemas and the Howard Gilman Opera House, where Forte residents may take advantage of world-class theater, music, dance, opera and film events.
With more dancing than Kammer/Kammer at Brooklyn Academy of Music last spring, and less text-though still plenty of it--this piece places 16 dancers into a deep, cavernous space.
Zadie Smith, author of On Beauty and White Teeth, will be among the nine featured authors for the third season of Eat, Drink & Be Literary: Dinner and a Reading series in BAMcafe, presented by the National Book Awards and the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM).
Jennifer Stark, Director or Special Events, Brooklyn Academy of Music
Taped in July at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the J-Records release features a full set of hits along with several new songs exclusive to Keys' ``Unplugged'' performance.
The company as reached an audience over 4 and a half million and has performed in such prestigious venues as The Goodman Theatre, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Smithsonian Institute, Annenberg Center, Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Wolftrap Performing Arts Park and the Anchorage Performing Arts Center.
3]'s strong portfolio of work for such institutions as the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and the Theatre for a New Audience/TFANA in downtown Brooklyn (in collaboration with Frank Gehry).
Kagemi floats into the Brooklyn Academy of Music Oct.