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Virtual Art Exhibitions

In-person visitors are welcome but all visitors must wear a mask and have temperature checked at security desk before visiting the gallery. No more than 25 people at a time. The Interchurch Center Gallery is open Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Curator, Jennifer Roberts. Presented by Executive Director Paula M. Mayo.

Virtual Noonday Concerts in the Chapel

September through May, The Interchurch Center sponsors a series of programs by professional artists from the New York metropolitan area and beyond. Programs range from string quartets to woodwind ensembles, traditional African folk music to Celtic songs and dances, medieval to jazz, vocal soloists to choirs, and emerging artists to established professionals. These concerts are pre-recorded and available on our YouTube channel.

Virtual Art Exhibitions

Street Scene | Recent Work By Delphine Le Goff

Delphine Le Goff is a French artist who lives and works in the East Village. She is excited to have her first solo show at The Interchurch Center. During the lockdown in New York City last year, she began a sketching practice, making drawings initially of her apartment and then moving on to buildings and streets around her neighborhood. Her lively sketches bring a wonderful bit of New York to life on paper. She also shares her hats and turbans, another creative outlet that brings joy and color to the street. Delphine thinks that every day should be full of laughter and smiles because they cost nothing but bring joy.

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POWER PLAY | Lucy Rovetto & Armisey Smith

Celebrating Women’s History month, in our previous show Power Play, we have work from two artists, Lucy Rovetto and Armisey Smith. These two women work in very different ways, using various mixed media as well as traditional materials. Both however are interested in questioning power structures, the status quo and bringing into view things that are not always easily seen. Both also have a dark sense of humor that at times brings some levity and play to the weighty topics they explore. And both invite the viewer to participate and imagine some new perspectives.

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Artist Talk with Photographer Bob Gore
Virtual Opening
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Personal/Universal Three Contemporary Women Artists

Sharela May Bonfiend | Pam Cooper | Gosha Karpowicz

Virtual Concert Series

June 2 | Music for Flute & Piano 

Amy Tu, flute & Yevgeny Morozov, piano

May 19 | Music for Vocal Duet

Meghann Vaughn, mezzo-soprano | Sidney Outlaw, baritone | Christopher Johnson, piano

May 5 | Music for Soprano, Clarinet, and Piano

Liz Lang, soprano | Agnes Marchione, clarinet | Steve Beck, piano

Apr. 21 | Illuminations of Love and Justice

Erik Rasmussen, tenor | Cullan Bryant, piano

Apr. 7 | Anton Arensky’s String Quartet #2

Emily Smith, violin | Celia Hatton, viola | Jia Kim, cello | Caitlin Sullivan, cello

Mar. 17 | Songs of Water and the Spring

Lisa Daehlin, soprano | Tor Morten Kjøsnes, pianist

Mar. 3 | Side by Side: Music of the Americas

Alexander Wu, Yamaha Piano Artist

Feb. 3 | Music by J. Rosamond Johnson and H. T. Burleigh

Erika Banks-Alvarez, soprano | Nnenna Ogwo, piano

Jan. 20 | Downtown Folk Band

Harrison Hollingsworth, fiddle | Ross Martin, acoustic guitar
Bam Bam Rodriguez, upright bass

Jan. 6 | Aria with Thirty Variations (BWV 988)

Steven Beck, piano

Dec. 16 | Home for Christmas

Vocal Quartet: Liz Lang, Meghann Vaughn, Erik Rasmussen, Christopher Judd

December 2 | Music by Handel, Bach, Gershwin & Piazzolla

Gonzalo Cortes, flute | Natasha Ulyanovsky, piano

Nov. 18 | Rachmaninoff’s Cello Sonata, Op. 19

Jameson Platte, cello | Christopher Cooley, piano

Oct. 28 | A Feast of Sacred Favorites

Meghann Vaughn, mezzo-soprano | Christopher Johnson, piano

Oct. 21 | Celebrating the Titans of the Tenor Saxophone

Justin Flynn, tenor saxophone | Steve Einerson, piano
Jim Greene, bass | Joe Strasser, drums

Oct. 14 | Black & Brown

Diana Solomon-Glover, reader | James Dargan, baritone | Joshua Anand Slater, piano

Oct. 7 | Reflections on “Home”

Christopher Johnson, piano and organ