Evolution and Revolution in the Music BusinessLa Maison Française, New York University 16 Washington Mews
Larry Miller, director of the Music Business Program at NYU Steinhardt, and Frabrice Sergent, the co-founder and CEO of Bandsintown Group, discuss the future of music and technology, and the impact digital media has had on the music industry.
Museum of Jewish Heritage — A Living Memorial to the HolocaustEdmond J. Safra Plaza, 36 Battery Place
8 p.m. Members, $108; $126, non-members; membership and ticket $146
Young Friends Light Up the Night Hanukkah Event.
A Christmas Carol the musicalThe Players Theatre, 115 MacDougal St.
7 p.m. $32-$52
The classic Dickens tale reimagined by Michael Sgouros and Brenda Bell
The Nutcracker Brookfield Place, Winter Garden, 230 Vesey St.
Dec. 4: 7 p.m. performance, 5 p.m.–6 p.m. photo opportunity; Dec. 5: 1 p.m. performance, 11 a.m.–noon photo opportunity; 7 p.m. performance, 5 p.m.–6 p.m. photo opportunity
The dance company presents its one-hour, kid-friendly The Nutcracker, with a chance before each show for audience members to take photos with their favorite character.
Outdoor Tree Lighting, Advent FairSt. Peter’s Chelsea, 346 West 20th St.
11 a.m.–5 p.m., indoor advent fair, 5 p.m. outdoor tree lighting
Art Gallery Tour in Chelsea.Visit 7 modern art galleries in the world’s center for contemporary art, including exhibits in painting, sculpture, electronic media and photography.
Meet at 526 West 26th St., between 10th and 11th Avenues
1 p.m. $25
2015 Native Art MarketSmithsonian’s National Museum of the American, Diker Pavilion, 1 Bowling Green
Dec. 5–6, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free
The Indian the Native Art Market offers one-of-a-kind, handmade, traditional and contemporary items directly from acclaimed Native artists of North, South and Central America.
Historic Flatiron District Walking TourMeet at the southwest corner of Madison Square Park, at 23rd Street and Broadway.
Sundays at 11 a.m., rain or shine
Professional guides take you on a 90-minute journey through this vibrant neighborhood, viewing some of the City’s most notable landmarks, including the New York Life Insurance Building, the MetLife Clock Tower, the Appellate Courthouse and the famous Flatiron Building.
chadd Presents Ms. Bonnie Schinagle: Harnessing the Power of the LawThe Church of St Thomas More, 65 East 89th St.
6-7:30 p.m. Free, with a $10 donation requested.
Join us for an exciting evening where you will learn about your legal rights and those of your school-aged child.
Take CareThe Flea, 41 White St., between Church and Broadway,
9 p.m. $15–$35
Take Care, a participatory performance by Niegel Smith and Todd Shalom, investigates the ways we respond to present and imminent danger. It includes individualized prompts for audience participation alongside scripted moments for The Bats.
THE MUSEUM OF FEELINGS
230 Vesey St.
11-9 p.m. Free
Open to the Public/Free of Charge
Combining smell and art to create and stunning expression of human emotion.
Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang in PyongyangBow Tie Chelsea, 260 West 23rd St.
9:40 p.m. $15.48, w/service fee)
Showing as part of the African Diaspora International Film Festival, this documentary chronicles former NBA basketballer Rodman’s friendship with leader Kim Jong-un. 212-864-1760. nyadiff.org/adiff-ny-2015-presents-dennis-rodmans-big-bang-pyongyang/
THE MORAL ANIMAL: VIRTUE, VICE & HUMAN NATURE
New York Academy of Sciences, 7 World Trade Center
7-8:30 p.m. Starting at $5
Philosophers Susan Neiman and Christian Miller join forces with science writer Michael Shermer dive into Tolstoy’s novella, “The Death of Ivan Ilyich” to see moral ecology and what this means for human nature.
Community Board 4
Cameo Studios, 307 West 43rd St., near Ninth Avenue, Studio B
Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen Land Use Committee meeting