Upcoming events at Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center

Tuesday Matinees: Verona Quartet
Art

Tuesday Matinees: Verona Quartet

Tuesday 2:00pm (16 January)
Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center, New York

Ecstatic Music Festival: Xenia Rubinos & Adam Schatz
Festival

Ecstatic Music Festival: Xenia Rubinos & Adam Schatz

Saturday 7:30pm (27 January)
Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center, New York

Ecstatic Music Festival: ModernMedieval & Julianna Barwick
Festival

Ecstatic Music Festival: ModernMedieval & Julianna Barwick

Thursday 7:30pm (19 April)
Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center, New York

Events around Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018
Sport

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018

Thursday 9:00am (15 March)
Rednecks with Paychecks Offroad, Saint Jo

Late Night Rose, feat. music by Spohr & Mozart
Music

Late Night Rose, feat. music by Spohr & Mozart

Thursday 9:00pm (15 February)
Rose Studio at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, New York

Manger Winter Learning Seminar
Religion

Manger Winter Learning Seminar

Sunday 7:45am (07 January)
Mechon Hadar, New York

Singing Communities Intensive
Music

Singing Communities Intensive

Monday 7:45am (25 December)
Mechon Hadar, New York

Graduation Recital Lukas Stepp

Graduation Recital Lukas Stepp

Friday 8:00am (15 December)
At Julliard Paul Recital Hall, New York

40th Anniversary Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio
Music

40th Anniversary Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio

Sunday 5:00pm (08 April)
Alice Tully Hall, New York

Yeethoven II: Two Eras, One Radical Spirit
Art

Yeethoven II: Two Eras, One Radical Spirit

Thursday 8:00pm (18 January)
Alice Tully Hall, New York

Wanderlust
Music

Wanderlust

Sunday 5:00pm (11 February)
Alice Tully Hall, New York


Liberals Hold the Moral High Ground

Liberals Hold the Moral High Ground


When?

Start time: Thursday 7:00pm (07 December)
End time: Thursday 8:45pm (07 December)

About

Do conservative or liberal philosophies lead to more just outcomes? Opposing moral philosophies have long fueled debate about America’s policy goals and national identity. For conservatives, morality is grounded in ideals such as patriotism, including a respect for order and authority; fairness and liberty in the sense that an individual’s actions yield just rewards, or consequences; and reverence for the sanctity of religious and moral tradition. Liberals place moral emphasis on caring: for the poor, the disadvantaged, and the marginalized; on fairness in the sense of redressing both historic wrongs and current inequalities of outcome; and on generosity extending beyond the bounds of nations or cultures. In today’s divisive political arena, which side best embodies the nation’s most cherished virtues? Morally speaking, is the left right?

FOR THE MOTION:
Howard Dean, Former DNC Chairman and Governor of Vermont

Melissa Harris-Perry, Scholar, Activist & Professor, Wake Forest University

AGAINST THE MOTION:
David Brooks, Op-Ed Columnist, The New York Times

Robert George, Political Philosopher & Professor of Jurisprudence, Princeton University