Always a crowd pleaser, the Dady Brothers are a versatile duo -- playing the fiddle, mandolin, guitar, bodhran, banjo, uilleann pipes, harmonica, and even pennywhistle.
Their explosive blend of Afro-Cuban rhythms and jazz improvisation is contagious!
This group has been astounding audiences with their hefty Americana sounds.
You'll enjoy this five-member group with roots in reggae and experimental dub.
Join us for a special screening of a series of mini-documentaries produced by a group of young filmmakers.
The Brennan-Goldman Institute, WXXI, and The Little Theatre are pleased to present a free screening of this film followed by a panel discussion.
Join us for an evening of film and poetry, showcasing the empowerment of women.
Filmmaker Aliona van der Horst followed the trail of the unconventional Dutch-Japanese pianist and artist Tomoko Mukaiyama who made a huge work of art on the theme of womanhood and fertility.
This documentary is about young Eastern European women who’ve been drawn into a netherworld of sex trafficking and abuse.
Pink Saris chronicles one survivor’s fight for women’s rights in rural India.