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From the Indian Ocean to Staten Island, the Sri Lankan Dance Academy of New York brings the amazing artistry and fanciful costumes of their homeland to the stage.

Representing Brooklyn, the magical sound culture of Sandaraa featuring internationally acclaimed vocalist Zeb Bangash and composer/clarinetist Michael Winograd take Pakistani & Afghani music into new realms, melding it with Balkan music and other influences.

At Playwrights Rehearsal Studios, Room 4A, 440 Lafayette St., Manhattan. Together in partnership with New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC), and Common Cause New York, this will be the third (and final!

) in a series of pop-up community festivals promoting voter registration, the arts, and local community resources, all in honor of the centennial of women’s suffrage.

In addition to local craft demonstrations and voter registration tables, each event will feature performances by leading ensembles representing the music and dance traditions of each neighborhood. The second of three events will take place Saturday, October 14th from - pm, in historic Tappen Park in Stapleton, Staten Island (Bay Street between Canal & Water Streets), and will feature performances by: the Sri Lankan Dance Academy of NY (Traditional Kandyan dance and drumming from Sri Lanka), Jose Ocasio y Su Cultura (Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba and Plena music and dance), and NAPELA NYC (Youth performances of traditional dance from Liberia).

Plus: Traditional (West African gourd percussion instrument) making and bead work with Cheryl Thomas "The Gourd Lady" and share and tell about your first voting memory with the Five Boro Story Project!

At Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Blvd., Queens. Sunday, December 3: Two well-known Brooklyn-based Yiddish performers, Eléonore Biezunski (vocals and violin) and Madeline Solomon (vocals, accordion, flute and puppets) present a concert of Hanukkah songs and spirited klezmer music that young audiences and families of all backgrounds will enjoy.

While you don't need to speak Yiddish to enjoy this concert, you might just leave singing a Yiddish song! At Midwood Library, 975 East 16th Street, Brooklyn. Friday, November 24: Specializing in the songs and dances of the tribes of the Northwest Coast, Woodlands (Iroquois and Winnebago), Plains (Sioux), and the Southwest (Hopi and Santo Domingo), Thunderbird American Indian Dancers preserve through their performances the varied traditions of the Native American peoples.

This work rearranges the manifestations of different periods from enslavement to the present. at pm) Saturday, October 14: CTMD is celebrating the centennial of women's right to vote in New York State with a series of festivals combining performing arts and voter registration!

Join CTMD Touring Artists Oyu Oro for their annual premiere performance. At HOSTOS Repertory Theater 450 Grand Concourse, Bronx. Join us in partnership with New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC) and Common Cause New York for NY Voices/NY Votes, pop-up community festivals in Brooklyn, Staten Island, and Queens.

( - pm) Thursday, September 28: Performance by Farzad Amoozegar.

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