This season, Bach at One evolves into Bach + One: featuring one Bach cantata each week paired with a complementary work from early to modern composers. Trinity’s presentation of Bach’s entire monumental output of vocal sacred music has been praised by The New York Times for its “dramatic vigor.” Johann Sebastian Bach Meine Seufzer, meine Tränen, BWV 13 Gerald Finzi Lo, the full final sacrifice The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; The Trinity Baroque Orchestra; Robert Mealy, concertmaster; Avi Stein, chorusmaster and continuo; Julian Wachner, conductor
I Migration is an original play about immigration, its surrounding opinions, and what it truly means to be an American. I Migration will create a narrative from historical sources and current oral histories, using storytelling, music and imagery to explore our collective status as descendants of migrants of one form or other. Featuring: Orion Crossman, Yadira De La Riva, Immanuel Farmer, Jayraj Gill, Helen Lingaard, Lily Randall, Vassilea Terzaki, Denise Turkan & Toussaint. Director Reg Flowers. Original Music Alex Siesse. Choreography Thaddaeus Abbott. Set & Costumes Deb O. Lighting Design Christopher Studley. PR Dylan Share. Producer Christopher Hammett. Stage Manager Emily Pierce. Runs Thurs. Sun., May 16 19 & May 23 26 at 7PM. Sunday, May 19 & May 26 at 3PM. Monday, May 28 at 2PM. The Waterfront Barge Museum, 290 Conover St., Brooklyn, NYC. TICKETS $25.
It’s a NYC favorite, now in its twenty-first year! Bring a blanket and enjoy this free early summer performance. The concert features The New York City Symphonic Band at Third Street, led by music director Paul Corn and hosted by guest conductor Brian P. Worsdale. Each year we feature the musical works of Green-Wood’s permanent residents Fred Ebb, Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Leonard Bernstein, and others. Local vendors will be on site selling food and drink throughout the afternoon. The concert is free, but RSVPs are recommended. Please make an optional donation with your reservation, to help Green-Wood continue to offer these events free of charge. Click here for our inclement weather policy.
Program to include: * JOHN RUTTER Gloria * MONTEVERDI Gloria (ed. John Rutter) * VARIOUS Selections from Oxford Choral Classics Anthology of Sacred Choral Music (ed. John Rutter) none Program to include: none* JOHN RUTTER Gloria none* MONTEVERDI Gloria (ed. John Rutter) none* VARIOUS Selections from Oxford Choral Classics Anthology of Sacred Choral Music (ed. John Rutter) MidAmerica Productions presents John Rutter conducting an evening of choral classics and his own works.
Gypsy Jazz Jam session with Kings County Swing!
#AllStarMondays inside THE DON ( @thedonondean )•951 Dean Street, Brooklyn, NY 9pm-2am Powered by @areitan @duce_og •music by @djexeqtive •hosted by @cognacchroniclespodcast and @suckerfreewes $10 hookahs powered by @luxuryhookahlife *(candy flavored tips 2 for $5)* •Ladies free mandatory shots on the walk-in *NO SHOT-NO ENTRY*
Super excited to invite you guys to our dope new afterwork party, "The Urban Hang Suite" at the awe inspring High Bar, located inside of the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel in Times Square! You will be about to experience breathtaking 360 degree views of Manhattan while dining on some of the best food and drink in midtown! Music by Superhero DJ Jon Quick and Tim Grae! Be sure to mark your calendars for April 23rd as we have guest mixmaster Omega Psi Phi's own DJ NP3 and guest host The Celebrity Orthodontist Dr. Bobbi Peterson in the building for Greek Night! SUPERHERO DJ JON QUICK & TIM GRAE PRESENTS "THE URBAN HANG SUITE: GREEK NIGHT EDITION @HIGH BAR - 346 W 40th St. (inside of the Double Tree Hotel) Every Tuesday afterwork 5pm - 11pm Happy Hour 5pm-7pm: Domestic beer - 5.00 Imported beer - 6.00 House wine - 8.00 Cocktails - 9.00 Food available (menu below) Music by DJ Jon Quick, Tim Grae and special guest DJ NP3 Hip Hop - R&B - Afrobeat - Soca - Reggae - Top 40 - Trap NO COVER WITH RSVP - urbanhangsuite2019.eventbrite.com Birthday parties welcome - email...
Live jazz every Wednesday at The Great Nothern Foodhall 5.30-7.30 no cover. The duo plays easy listening mainstream jazz, ballads to uptempo tunes, hot jazz, and Latin music. With inspiration from masters such as; Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Chet Baker, and Django Reinhard, this duo will make your night a swingin' Affair Andreas Toftemark Saxophone Pat Brennan Guitar
May 2019 will mark 20 years since Ostrava Days was conceived. The first biennial Ostrava Days institute and festival took place in 2001. Since then, 69 young and emerging American composers have come to Ostrava – to name a few: Alex Mincek, Noni Epstein, Sam Hilmer, Kate Soper, James Ilgenfritz, Matthew Welch and Carolyn Chen. At Ostrava, these emerging composers worked and collaborated with such established composers as George Lewis, Bernhard Lang, Kaija Saeriaho, Rebeca Saunders, Roscoe Mitchell, Miroslav Srnka, Louis Andriessen, Philip Glass, Martin Smolka, Jennifer Walshe, Marc Sabat, Muhal Richard Abrams, Carola Bauckholt, etc. (besides the almost yearly participation of Wolff, Lucier and Kotik). Please join us at 6pm for a screening of video documentation from Ostrava Days. Following the screening will be a discussion about the festival's impact in Europe and America with past participants of Ostrava Days.
Each and Every Tuesday Boom-Boom Ent NYC & Saurel Celestin Events Present: ~KOMPA TUESDAYS~ At Katra Lounge Every Tuesday come experience the elegant ambiance & rich Haitian culture with 2 for 1 cocktails until 8 pm Fine Haitian Cuisine and most importantly Kompa!!! For birthday celebrations and packages Contact: 973-725-0664 #HaitianCuisine #AfterWork #FeelTheBoom #KompaTuesdays
We would like to invite you to an evening filled with friends, inspiring performances, hors d'oeuvres, wine, a silent auction, and videos of our last festival. There might even be some other surprises! Come join us in New Docta's mission to enrich the lives of children of all backgrounds with the joys of live music. With your help, together, we make it possible for world-class artists to open the eyes and ears of thousands of children, both here and in Argentina, to a world filled with beauty, hope, compassion, peace and unity. Our activities all year round in NYC culminate in the VII Annual New Docta Festival in Cordoba and Buenos Aires from Aug. 26-Sept 5. For this year's festival, we plan to - Feature 6 world-class artists who will perform, teach, and mentor; - Reach over 3000 kids through fun, interactive Educational Concerts in Public Schools and Youth Sports Academies; - Offer 4 Free Concerts to General Public for approximately 2500 audience members; - Teach over 60 young musicians through Master Classes; - Provide 10 hours of Private Lessons to advanced students; - Visit 2...
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we came with directions? Join Kristen, Sarah, Emmett, and Mimi on a musical journey as they navigate the sometimes crazy, always eventful adventure that is life. Tickets are $30.00 for adults and $10.00 for students with code There is an additional $20.00 food and/or beverage minimum per person for this performance Doors open at 6:00 PM Click HERE for tickets