Holiday Arts and Crafts Exhibition and SaleNCJW NY, 241 West 72nd St.
Peruse artwork created in the Council Lifetime Learning arts program - including painting, stained glass, collage, weaving, and more Crafts will be available for purchase.
Empowering Ethical EldersNew York Society for Ethical Culture, Elliott Library, Room 507, 2 W 64th St.
“Technology with Medical Treatments,” Dr. Allen D. Andrade, a reriatric specialist at Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai.
Give the Drummer SomeBloomingdale School of Music, 323 West 108th St.
7-8 p.m. Free.
The Jeremy Noller Quartet showcases compositions by some of jazz music’s most notable drummers, from Max Roach to Brian Blade.
VC3 Cello TrioChrist and St. Stephen’s Church, 120 West 69th St., between Columbus Avenue & Broadway.
The innovative new cello trio VC3 performs masterpieces by Bach and Brahms arranged for three cellos, original modern works for three cellos by Penderecki and Desenne, and rarely performed works for three cellos by Johann Rudolf Zumsteeg and Fernand de la Tombelle.
Welcome to the SymphonyBarnes & Noble, Broadway and 82nd Street
11 a.m. Free
Carolyn Sloan reads her new children’s book Welcome to the Symphony, accompanied by a 24-member live chamber orchestra and specially designed puppets by Evolve Company.
DocFestColumbia Universtiy, Pulitzer Hall
10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Students in the Documentary Program will showcase their projects.
Columbia University’s Music PerformanceColumbia University’s Teatro at Italian Academy, 1161 Amsterdam Ave.
3 p.m. Free
Ensembles directed by Sarah Adams, Allen Blustine, Kenneth Cooper, Ahling Neu and Susan Palma Nidel.
Cellist Jay Campbell PerformsWeill Recital Hall, 881 Seventh Ave.
7:30 p.m. Free.
Campbell is the winner of Juilliard’s 4th annual Leo B. Ruiz Memorial Recital.
Chanukah on IceWollman Rink, 830 Fifth Ave., Central Park.
6-9 p.m. Online Pricing: $25 with skate rental, $18 without; At the door: $28 with skate rental; $20 without.
Celebrate Chanukah in the heart of the city, skating to the sounds of Ta Shma Orchestra. Complementary kosher food.
Feminist To The Core (Rubens Paints Rape), Margaret CarrollSchermerhorn Hall, 754 Schermerhorn Ext, 1198 Amsterdam Ave.
12-3 p.m. Free
Feminist to the core puts feminist in conversation with the Columbia Core, inspiring new ways of seeing and thinking about the texts.
New York, New York Series: American MavericksBloomingdale School of Music, 323 West 108th St.
Works by major American composers who have lived and worked in New York City, including Copland, Ives, Previn and Del Tredici.
NTLive Screening: Coriolanus (Encore)Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway.
1 p.m. $24; seniors, $22; members, $20; 30 and under, $16.
Part of the National Theatre Live bringing screenings of the National Theatre to theatres around the world.
Mid-Day Music @ Columbia featuring cu Jazz EnsembleFaculty House, Garden Room 2, 64 Morningside Dr.
Noon-1 p.m. Free.
Come join us in the Garden Room at Faculty House, where students and music associates from Columbia University’s Music Performance Program.
Moral PhilosophyNew York Society for Ethical Culture Adler Study, Room 514, 2 West 64th St.
12:30-2:30 p.m. Free.
We will discuss, analyze and apply basic moral theories including ethical relativism, ethical egoism, consequentialism, Kant’s Categorical Imperative and others.