National YoungArts New Season Includes Broadway Thanksgiving Concert and More | Playbill

News National YoungArts New Season Includes Broadway Thanksgiving Concert and More The National YoungArts Foundation in Miami has announced its 35th anniversary season, a slate that showcases the work of young artists in the fields of visual, literary, performing and design arts. The programming also includes a New York event scheduled for spring 2016 as well as a Broadway Thanksgiving Concert.

The season kicks off with the YoungArts Outside the Box series, featuring the work of emerging artists in Miami, running November 2015-May 2016. The series, which will include dance, multidisciplinary and opera performances, engages the community through public performances. The organization will celebrate Thanksgiving Nov. 27-28 with a Broadway Musical Variety Show @ Ted's, with more details to be announced soon. The event is part of the all-new Pairings at Ted’s series, in which performances and screenings are paired with a three-course dinner. Other highlights in the series include the Halloween-themed Spooky Requiems (Oct. 30–31), performed by Grammy Award-nominated chamber choir Seraphic Fire, and Rudi Goblen’s interactive one-man show called PET (Feb. 26–27, 2016).

The new year will launch with National YoungArts Week; the annual Miami event includes performances, readings, exhibitions and screenings from over 150 YoungArts finalists in various disciplines. In April 2016, the organization heads interstate to showcase the talents of young artists in New York, with public performances and exhibitions at Baryshnikov Arts Center, New York Live Arts and MoMA PS1. Click here for more information.

YoungArts provides support, resources and platforms to emerging artists to nurture their creative development and professional growth. For more information visit YoungArts.

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