Friday, April 24
The Geringas Baryton Trio—comprised of cellists David Geringas and Jens-Peter Maintz and violist Hartmut Rohde—play a Haydn program focusing on the composer’s Italian influences at the Library of Congress’s Coolidge Auditorium. The concert starts at 8.
Saturday, April 25
The National Gallery of Art screens For Robert, a tribute to photographer and filmmaker Robert Frank, in its East Building auditorium at 3:30. The film is a selection of poetic avant-garde works chosen by curator Michael H. Shamberg and includes: Junkopia (Chris Marker, 6 minutes); NYC Weights and Measures (Jem Cohen, 6 minutes); p.s. beirut (Michael H. Shamberg, 7 minutes); Notes on Iceland (Melody Owen, 5 minutes); After Writing (Mary Helena Clark, 4 minutes); Monsanto (Paula Gaitán, 22 minutes); Nocturne (Joel Schlemowitz, 3 minutes); Ah Liberty! (Ben Rivers, 19 minutes); Summer Cannibals (Robert Frank, 4 minutes); Run (Robert Frank, 4 minutes); and Playback (Pere Portabella, 8 minutes).
Sunday, April 26
The Korean Film Festival continues this week with Milky Way Liberation Front at 1 in the Freer Gallery’s Meyer Auditorium. The witty black comedy directed by Yoon Seung-ho follows the personal and professional shortcomings of a neurotic filmmaker who suffers from aphasia, endures a break-up, and risks losing his directing job.
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