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  • 6:30 PMPunk Rope jump rope class
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    Punk Rope

    WHAT

    This 1-hour class blends jump rope and bodyweight training. Each class features a new playlist. All fitness levels welcome. 

    LINK TO ATTEND

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/390015546?pwd=S1kyRXN1ZjZtR1NDeVdHRzJiZmlZUT09

    HOW MUCH

    Suggested donation of $10 per class or pay what you can/free. Venmo (@Tim-Haft) or PayPal (tim@punkrope.com).

    WHEN every Tuesday, 6:30-7:30pm  EST

    BENEFITS

    Increased cardiovascular capacity Improved strength Improved timing and coordination Better balance Increased hand and foot speed Increased bone density Improved body composition  
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  • 6:30 PMPunk Rope jump rope class
  • Thumb black transparent 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

    Punk Rope

    WHAT

    This 1-hour class blends jump rope and bodyweight training. Each class features a new playlist. All fitness levels welcome. 

    LINK TO ATTEND

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/390015546?pwd=S1kyRXN1ZjZtR1NDeVdHRzJiZmlZUT09

    HOW MUCH

    Suggested donation of $10 per class or pay what you can/free. Venmo (@Tim-Haft) or PayPal (tim@punkrope.com).

    WHENevery Tuesday, 6:30-7:30pm  EST

    BENEFITS

    Increased cardiovascular capacityImproved strengthImproved timing and coordinationBetter balanceIncreased hand and foot speedIncreased bone densityImproved body composition  
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  • 6:30 PMPunk Rope jump rope class
  • Thumb black transparent 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

    Punk Rope

    WHAT

    This 1-hour class blends jump rope and bodyweight training. Each class features a new playlist. All fitness levels welcome. 

    LINK TO ATTEND

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/390015546?pwd=S1kyRXN1ZjZtR1NDeVdHRzJiZmlZUT09

    HOW MUCH

    Suggested donation of $10 per class or pay what you can/free. Venmo (@Tim-Haft) or PayPal (tim@punkrope.com).

    WHENevery Tuesday, 6:30-7:30pm  EST

    BENEFITS

    Increased cardiovascular capacityImproved strengthImproved timing and coordinationBetter balanceIncreased hand and foot speedIncreased bone densityImproved body composition  
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  • 11:00 PMLiminal States Series - Marilyn Nonken performs Feldman
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    Marilyn Nonken will perform Morton Feldman’s “Triadic Memories” from her studio in Manhattan.

    Bowerbird is pleased to present Liminal States, a new series of late night, live streamed concerts intended to be listened to as you fall asleep. Aiming to center and calm, the musicians will seek to lead listeners to that magic space between awake and asleep. Tune in and bliss out. 

    Admission to this online event is Free / Pay What You Wish. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please register at https://bowerbird.ticketleap.com/marilyn-nonken-performs-feldman/. SPACE IS LIMITED. A link will be sent to you the day of the event. The performance will start at 11:00pm Eastern Time and will run approximately 90 mins.

    This event is part of the Liminal States Series

    ABOUT THE ARTIST

    Upon her 1993 recital debut, Marilyn Nonken was heralded as “a determined protector of important music” (New York Times). Since then, she has been recognized as “one of the greatest interpreters of new music” (American Record Guide). Writes Fanfare: “Her voicings are exquisite, her pedaling throughout is a model to be studied, and, when necessary, her virtuosity is equaled only by the insight and passion with which every piece is imbued.” (2015) Since 2006, she has been Director of Piano Studies at NYU’s Steinhardt School, where she is Associate Professor.

    She has been presented at venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Miller Theatre, the Guggenheim Museum, Neue Galerie, (le) Poisson Rouge, and Roulette (New York), IRCAM, Reid Hall, and the Théâtre Bouffe du Nord (Paris), the ABC (Melbourne), Logos (Ghent), Instituto Chileno-Norteamericano (Santiago), Chicago Cultural Center and Symphony Center, Barnes Foundation (Philadelphia), Phillips Collection (Washington DC), Menil Collection and Rothko Chapel (Houston), and conservatories and universities around the world. Festival appearances include Résonances and the Festival d’Automne (Paris), Musica Nova (Helsinki), Aspects des Musiques d’Aujourd-hui (Caën), Rencontres Musicales de Jaugette, ATEMPO (Caracas), New Music Days (Ostrava), Musikhøst (Odense),When Morty Met John, Making Music, Works and Process, and Composers Now (New York), American Sublime (Philadelphia), The Festival of New American Music (Sacramento), Music on the Edge (Pittsburgh), Puerto Piano (San Juan), Piano Festival Northwest (Portland), NUNC! (Chicago), Unruly Music (Milwaukee), and the William Kapell International Piano Festival and Competition. Composers who have written for her include Michael Byron, Richard Carrick, Victoria Cheah, Jason Eckardt, Michael Finnissy, Michael Kuehn, Liza Lim, Tristan Murail, Arlene Sierra, Christopher Trapani, and Nina C. Young.

    A student of David Burge at the Eastman School, Marilyn Nonken received a Ph.D. in musicology from Columbia University. Her monograph The Spectral Piano (Cambridge University Press, 2015) was received as “a screaming success …. Few books can boast as much, and it is gratifying to encounter an international concert performer who can make so engaging a discourse around her core repertoire.” (Bob Gilmore, Tempo). Identity and Diversity in New Music: The New Complexities (Routledge) was published in July 2019. She has written chapters for Perspectives on the Performance of French Piano Music, Messiaen Perspectives, and the forthcoming Messiaen in Context and Oxford Handbook of Spectral Music; served as a guest editor for Contemporary Music Review; and contributed articles to numerous journals.

    A Steinway artist, Marilyn Nonken has recorded for New World, Mode, Lovely Music, Albany, Metier, Divine Art, Hanging Bell, Harrison House, Innova, CRI, BMOP Sound, New Focus, Kairos, Tzadik, and Bridge. Forthcoming recordings include Morton Feldman’s complete works for violoncello and piano, with Stephen Marotto (Mode).

    More performances in the Liminal States Series: 

    JEFF ZEIGLER

    Sun, January 31 at 10pm

    LARAAJI

    Sun. February 14 at 10pm

    LAURA BAIRD

    Thu, February 25 at 10pm

    TATSUYA NAKATANI

    Wed, March 10 at 11pm

    MARY LATTIMORE

    Thu, March 25 at 11pm

    VARIANT 6

    Thu, May 6 at 10pm

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  • 6:00 PMVision Driven Consulting pres. FREE Workshop - Fundraising for Artists & Arts Organizations
  • Thumb 135620682 2354566261353923 7457995357017725061 n 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    A workshop that covers myriad ways to fund your art, whether you're an individual or an organization

    About this Event

    Facilitated by Brittany Campese

    Learn about six different categories of fundraising (including, but not primarily, grants) Brainstorm more than a hundred methods for resourcing your work Create a simple budget that will help guide your fundraising choices Registration is required. The Zoom event link will be sent to all registered guests shortly before the event. Register HEREVision Driven Consulting (VDC) supports the visionary work of artists, community groups, and not-for-profit organizations by providing consulting, facilitation, and training services.

    Also! 

    Monday, February 8 - Taxes for Artists 

    Facilitated by Tim White 

    Monday, March 8 - Intro to Arts Grants 

    Facilitated by Tezarah Wilkins 

    Monday, April 12 - Finances for Artists

    Facilitated by River Nice of Be Intentional Financial

    Monday, May 10 - Social Media & Marketing

    Facilitated by Brittnie Knight

    Monday, June 14 - Website Basics for Artists 

    Facilitated by Marria Nakhoda

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  • 6:30 PMPunk Rope jump rope class
  • Thumb black transparent 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

    Punk Rope

    WHAT

    This 1-hour class blends jump rope and bodyweight training. Each class features a new playlist. All fitness levels welcome. 

    LINK TO ATTEND

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/390015546?pwd=S1kyRXN1ZjZtR1NDeVdHRzJiZmlZUT09

    HOW MUCH

    Suggested donation of $10 per class or pay what you can/free. Venmo (@Tim-Haft) or PayPal (tim@punkrope.com).

    WHENevery Tuesday, 6:30-7:30pm  EST

    BENEFITS

    Increased cardiovascular capacityImproved strengthImproved timing and coordinationBetter balanceIncreased hand and foot speedIncreased bone densityImproved body composition  
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  • 10:00 PMLiminal States Series - Synth musician Jeff Ziegler
  • Thumb jeffzeigler liminalstates 10:00 PM - 10:45 PM

    Synth musician Jeff Zeigler will perform from his home in Philadelphia.

    Bowerbird is pleased to present Liminal States, a new series of late night, live streamed concerts intended to be listened to as you fall asleep. Aiming to center and calm, the musicians will seek to lead listeners to that magic space between awake and asleep. Tune in and bliss out. 

    Admission to this online event is Free / Pay What You Wish. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please register at https://bowerbird.ticketleap.com/jeff-zeigler---liminal-states/. SPACE IS LIMITED. A link will be sent to you the day of the event. The performance will start at 10pm Eastern Time and will run approximately 45 mins.

    This event is part of the Liminal States Series

    ABOUT THE ARTIST

    Jeff Zeigler is a Philadelphia-based musician, engineer and producer, who, in addition to playing in harp and synthesizer duo with harpist Mary Lattimore and electronics duo with Dash Lewis (Gardener) plays solo on a mixture of electronics, treated melodica, marxophone and percussion. Equal parts hypnotic and abrasive, he has previously shared the stage with Hans-Joakim Roedelius, Phil Niblock, Merzbow, Blanck Mass and more.

    More performances in the Liminal States Series: 

    MARILYN NONKEN performs FELDMAN 

    Wed, January 20 at 11pm

    JEFF ZEIGLER

    Sun, January 31 at 10pm

    LARAAJI

    Sun. February 14 at 10pm

    LAURA BAIRD

    Thu, February 25 at 10pm

    TATSUYA NAKATANI

    Wed, March 10 at 11pm

    MARY LATTIMORE

    Thu, March 25 at 11pm

    VARIANT 6

    Thu, May 6 at 10pm

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