SubCulture

Music & Nightlife

Off-Off Broadway

East Village

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  • Address:

    SubCulture 45 Bleecker St
    East Village
    New York
    10012

  • Cross Street:

    between Bowery and Lafayette St

  • Venue website:

    subculturenewyork.com

  • Transport:

    Subway: B, D, F, M to Broadway–Lafayette St; 6 to Bleecker St

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Ariel Quartet

Chamber

  • $$
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Formed in Israel and fledged in the U.S., this prizewinning group starts a complete cycle of the Beethoven string quartets at SubCulture on Sept 30, with Op. 18 (No. 3), Op. 95 and Op. 135. (Seven additional concerts in the series will occur over the...

  1. Tue Sep 30
  2. SubCulture
  3. $25–$30
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Inon Barnatan

Chamber

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  • Critics' pick

Quite apart from his poised, poetic playing, Inon Barnatan has become a reliable source for intriguing programming. His new set list includes the New York premiere of Matthias Pintscher's Whirling Tissue of Light. That bracing bit of contemporaneity will...

  1. Until Tue Sep 23
  2. SubCulture
  3. $25
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Harlem Quartet

Chamber

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This gifted and versatile young string quartet presents a typically interesting program of Chick Corea's Adventures of Hippocrates and Mendelssohn's Quartet in F Minor Op. 80.

  1. Mon Oct 6
  2. SubCulture
  3. $23
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John McEuen featuring David Amram and John Cable

Country & folk

  • $$

Folk-rock veteran John McEuen, who made his name working with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in the mid-’60s, teams up with ex-NGBD member John Cable and octogenerian jazz and world-music eclectic David Amram.

  1. Wed Oct 1
  2. SubCulture
  3. $30, advance $25
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Spektral Quartet

Classical and opera

The Chicago quartet joins up with bandoneonist (and accordionist) Julien Labro for a set of music drawn from their recent album, which features jazz-classical explorations of pieces by Villa-Lobos, Piazzolla and Miguel Zenón.

  1. Thu Oct 2
  2. SubCulture
  3. $25
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Krysty

this space is incredible. it will satisfy your every music need and the staff is super friendly! Not to mention the acoustics, lighting and overall feel - very chic. Highly recommended!