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June is New York Music Month! If your organization has music related programs or events this June and would like to list them on the official New York Music Month calendar, please fill out this form.

The event calendar listings are provided for informational purposes only, and some listings are based on third-party submissions that have not been independently verified. The City of New York, including its Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, are not responsible for calendar listings provided by third parties. Any information or links to external websites are provided as a courtesy and should not be construed as an endorsement by the City of New York, including its Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment.

   
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  • 15Jun
    Concert: Danny Mixon

    Born in Harlem and based in Brooklyn, pianist Danny Mixon has long been one of New York City’s jazz treasures. His expressive technique and mastery of the blues have been on keen display from his early days with Patti Labelle and Betty Carter, through engagements with Charles Mingus, Art Blakey

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  • 24Jun
    New York Music Month Concert: Dr. K’s Motown Review

    The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Parks have teamed up again to present a series of concerts in Bronx and Queens parks to celebrate New York Music Month! Ranging from Caribbean music to Latin to R&B, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Please join us for

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  • 20Jun
    Music NFT Meetup

    MUSIC NFT MEETUP WAS FOUNDED TO BE THE PREMIERE GATHERING FOR THE TOP MINDS IN THE MUSIC NFT AND WEB3 SPACE AND IS TAKING PLACE JUNE 20TH DURING NFT NYC.

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  • 17Jun
    Summer & Smoke Album Release

    Elisa Winter presents two original shows at Littlefield (235 Sackett St) on Friday, June 17, including music from her upcoming debut album “Summer & Smoke”. Her dynamic performances incorporate cello, voice, synth, loopers, grunge, pop, theatrical elements, and her raw, genre-bending style. www.elisawinter.com

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  • 21Jun
    Street Studio

    In partnership with Found Sound Nation and HARMAN, the popular Street Studio returns after a two year pandemic hiatus. From 12:00 noon until 4:00 pm, local musicians and producers Ricardo Nigaglioni and Frankie Leroux will set up a mobile recording studio in front of the JBL Store SoHo (19 E

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  • 21Jun
    Apollo’s Music Under the Marquee

    Kickstart your summer with an afternoon of music under the Apollo’s iconic marquee. Hosts MamaSoul & The L.A.W. from The Harlem Connection radio show lead a musical journey through Motown, Soul, Hip-Hop, Afrobeat, Caribbean, Latin Music and more. Whatever your style, we’ve got you covered, so grab your crew and

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York: Sousapalooza

    The always popular participatory program affectionally known as Sousapalooza returns this season with a special evening performance from Bryant Park. You don’t need a ticket to join the event, just come out and enjoy! Calling all brass, woodwind, and percussion players of all backgrounds and skill levels! You are invited

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York: Mass Appeal Harmonicas

    Master harmonica player Jiayi He (as featured on America’s Got Talent) will lead lessons and a group play-along for harmonica players of all ages and skill levels, including beginners! Free Hohner harmonicas will be available to participants while supplies last. Location: Pilgrim Hill, Central Park.

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  • 17Jun
    To Be A Diva

    After their star turn covering Cher at Prohibition NYC, drag artist Chase Runaway and chanteuse Izze Stein unite to sing the songs of iconic divas who have historically stood by the LGBTQ+ community. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Trevor Project.

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  • 15Jun
    60s/70s Night

    NYC singer Izze Stein and her band cover all of the heavy hitters from the 60s/70s – Fleetwood Mac, Marvin Gaye, Steely Dan, Aretha Franklin, Carole King, the Beatles, and more. Come by to relive the summer of love!

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  • 18Jun
    Record Store Day: The Most Improbable Comeback of the 21st Century

    Celebrate the resurgence of vinyl records with Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL) on Record Store Day Drops, Saturday, June 18, 2022,  2-4 PM! New York-based journalist, Larry Jaffee, will be in conversation with Q104.3 DJ Ken Dashow and record industry executives Gina Williams and John Boulos to discuss Jaffee’s book, Record Store Day:

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  • 16Jun
    James Spooner with Theo Kogan: The High Desert

    James Spooner and Theo Kogan discuss how the punk communities of New York and California have informed their lives, their art, and their new books. This event is in-person at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL), 7th Floor. JAMES SPOONER is an accomplished tattoo artist, illustrator, and filmmaker. He directed the

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  • 21Jun
    Flowerpot Music

    Flowerpot Music, written by composer Elliot Cole and directed by percussionist Peter Ferry, is a composition for an unlikely but beautiful percussion instrument – the flowerpot! Flowerpot Music returns for Make Music Day 2022 on Tuesday June 21! Sign up here to host an event, and create outdoor soundscapes through

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York: Mass Ukulele Appeal

    Gwendolyn Fitz is a jazz-pop singer-songwriter, ukulele player, and theater creator who enjoys weaving stories through music and bringing them to life virtually and onstage. People of all ages and skill levels are invited to bring their Ukuleles and join together to make music! Location: Dana Discovery Center Plaza in

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  • 27Jun
    SCHOOL GIRLZ @ 54 Below!

    Class is in session at 54 Below! School Girlz, a musical cabaret directed by Zak Biggins, pays homage to the shows that raised the next generation of Broadway stars. Featuring Broadway/Television stars: Arica Jackson, Olivia Dei Cicchi, Jana Jackson, Nya,  Khaliah Johnson, Caroline Mixon & New comers: Juliet Perel, Isabel

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  • 15Jun
    SoundExchange Presents: Breakthrough Beats Featuring Spencer Crandall, mehro, and Moliy

    SoundExchange knows music and believes in the power of creators, above all else. We are proud to launch Breakthrough Beats, a new SoundExchange initiative dedicated to championing and amplifying the work of rising creators through artist-driven events and digital content. In celebration of Breakthrough Beats, and Indie Week 2022, SoundExchange

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  • 15Jun
    Mi Abuela: Queen of Nightmares

     Join the audience for the premiere of “Mi Abuela, Queen of Nightmares,” an original play by Christine Stoddard. The show will run 10 performances from June 15-26 at Gene Frankel Theatre in Manhattan, New York. Tickets are available for purchase on Eventbrite.  The performance dates & times are as follows:

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  • 23Jun
    Morgana ft. Giorgia Anguili, Facundo Mohrr & More

    MORGANA is a series of events to unwind and relax amidst the lounges and stellar sound at The Brooklyn Mirage, your evening soundtracked by a carefully curated selection of electronic music’s finest. Our second edition of the summer includes performances from critically acclaimed Italian live performer Giorgia Angiuli, Iceland’s Holmar,

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  • 25Jun
    Chelsea Music Festival: Family Event— Saturday Salon with Fanny & Felix

    New York, June 1, 2022— Chelsea Music Festival launches its annual June Festival with five dynamic days of concerts, conversation, and tastings with musicians, visual artists, chefs. Taking inspiration from the rich siblinghood, friendship, and deep bond between Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn on the 175th anniversary of their passing, Co-Artistic

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  • 22Jun
    Hokumfactory live at Rockwood musichall stage 2

    Uplift funk music for party people. 6 musicians onstage. Original music. In the vein of parliament, prince and Cameo. Free show! Live at Rockwood musichall @ 10:30pm  

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  • 25Jun
    Chelsea Music Festival: Family Event— Saturday Salon with Fanny & Felix

    Chelsea Music Festival launches its annual June Festival with five dynamic days of concerts, conversation, and tastings with musicians, visual artists, chefs. Taking inspiration from the rich siblinghood, friendship, and deep bond between Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn on the 175th anniversary of their passing, Co-Artistic Directors Melinda Lee Masur and

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  • 25Jun
    REVELRY at Connollys Klub 45 SAT JUNE 25TH – Hi Octane Classic and Contemporary Rock Hits

    REVELRY is aNYC based 5 PC Rock Cover Band playing uptempo Classic and Contemporary Rock Hits

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  • 25Jun
    Dexter Driscoll at Backside Pride

    On Pride Saturday Androgyne Superstar Dexter Driscoll’s band (think Iggy Pop meets Britney Spears) returns to Parkside Lounge for Backside Pride. Opening for Christeene and Tami Hart.

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  • 29Jun
    REVELRY at THE RED LION WEDS JUNE 29TH – Hi Octane Classic and Contemporary Rock Hits

    REVELRY is a NYC based 5PC Rock Band appearing at THE RED LION WEDS JUNE 29TH at 10PM playing your favorite Hi Octane Classic and Contemporary Rock Hits

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  • 21Jun
    MMNY UKULELE JAM

    Calling all ukulele players of all ages and playing levels, come join us June 21st at 6pmET for a ukulele playalong in Central Park! We’ll play popular tunes with easy to follow chord charts and strum patterns. If you don’t play the uke, you’re welcome to come sing along with

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  • 03Jun
    MGMT DJ Series Returns to Schimanski on 6/3

    Andrew VanWyngarden of MGMT, aka DJ Neat Freak, will return to Schimanski for a Summer of Schimanski DJ series! On Friday, June 3rd, dance to a special DJ set by MGMT’s Andrew Van Wyngarden! DJ Neat Freak will curate a series of shows at Schimanski over the summer, returning on

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  • 04Jun
    REVIVAL REGGAE dance party

    REVIVAL REGGAE dance party, a new beginning  Featuring DJ JASE & POINTBLANK SOUND + Jamaica & NYC’s Top Reggae DJs EARLY BIRD TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE! DOORS OPEN: 10:00pm to 4:00am EVENT INFORMATION LINE: 212-301-6650 LOCATION: Gaia NoMaya 510 Flatbush Ave Brooklyn (bet Empire Blvd / Lincoln Road) Prospect Lefferts

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  • 21Jun
    AnVilEntertainment’s Street Jamz at Forsyth Plaza

    Free show! 2pm-8pm! Tons of bands! Everyone will find something to love on this eclectic bill featuring ska, soul, indie rock and punk acts. Come hang out with us at the foot of the Manhattan Bridge as these amazing bands crank it up for Make Music Day. Forsyth Plaza, Forsyth

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  • 13Jun
    A2IM Indie Week

    A2IM Indie Week is a four-day international conference and networking event aimed at maximizing the global impact of Independent music. Featuring keynotes, panels, exclusive networking sessions, and more, Indie Week returns to the New York Law School June 13 to 16. Delve into the most important topics in music today,

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  • 13Jun
    BILAL w/ opener :Introducing Bee-B

    Sony presents Blue Note Jazz Festival Jill Newman Productions Presents BILAL Opener: Introducing Bee-B June 13, 2022 Sony Hall, NYC CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS  www.sonyhall.com @sonyhall www.officialbilal.com @bilalmusic – IG & Twitter www.facebook.com/officialbilal Jill Newman Productions Website Facebook Instagram Twitter

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York-1,000 Drums Crying for Peace

    Percussionist Andre E. Small of Afrikumba Utibé Drummers will bring the entire East Harlem community to vibrant life with a historic participatory performance experience: 1,000 Drums Crying for Peace. Drummers of all backgrounds, styles, ages and skill levels are invited and encouraged to take part and to take to the

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York-Queen Memory Live

    Join the Queens Memory Project team and the QPL bookmobile at Travers Park in Jackson Heights for a showcase of performances from musicians, storytellers, and poets. This live outdoor event will celebrate the third season of the Queens Memory Podcast, “Our Major Minor Voices,” which explores the rich and diverse

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York: “Pueblo Harlem”

    Pueblo Harlem is the Afro Latin Jazz Alliance’s (ALJA) annual celebration of Hispanic heritage and culture, which has taken place since 2014 with support from New York City Council District 7. The festive program takes place in General Grant National Memorial, Morningside Heights and includes activities for children and families,

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  • 03Jun
    Concert: George Braith

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America present George Braith.  A true original, saxophonist George Braith has brightened jazz with his innovations–from his classic 1960s recordings for Blue Note and Prestige, to his 1970s presentations at the lower Manhattan club Musart, which he ran, to

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  • 03Jun
    Concert: Durieux

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Bronx Council on the Arts presents Durieux.  Durieux is a self-taught singer-songwriter from the Bronx, NY, who’s sound blends elements of Alternative Rock, Funk, and Soul. He’s a storyteller and a performer that writes his music, from the heart, based on experiences

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  • 03Jun
    MGMT DJ Series Returns to Schimanski on 6/3

    Andrew VanWyngarden of MGMT, aka DJ Neat Freak, will return to Schimanski for a Summer of Schimanski DJ series! On Friday, June 3rd, dance to a special DJ set by MGMT’s Andrew Van Wyngarden! DJ Neat Freak will curate a series of shows at Schimanski over the summer, returning on

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  • 04Jun
    FRANCE ROCKS SUMMER FEST

    The largest festival of Francophone music in the U.S., France Rocks Summer Fest highlights the rich diversity of music from these countries featuring Free and Ticketed concerts across 25 New York venues. The festival presents a high-profile lineup of diverse artists for a series of concerts showcasing the best of

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  • 10Jun
    Concert: Retumba

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America presents Retumba, a multi-ethnic, all-female Afro-Caribbean dance and percussion ensemble whose electrifying presentations have been heard throughout the United States for almost 30 years. Retumba interweaves the dynamic power of Caribbean polyrhythms with the drama and excitement of

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  • 15Jun
    Concert: Retumba

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun presents Retumba.  Join us for an unforgettable performance by Retumba, a multi-ethnic, all-female Afro-Caribbean dance and percussion ensemble whose electrifying presentations have been heard throughout the United States for almost 30 years. In partnership with the Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Joyce Kilmer

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  • 15Jun
    Concert: Danny Mixon

    Join NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America for a concert with Danny Mixon. Born in Harlem and based in Brooklyn, pianist Danny Mixon has long been one of New York City’s jazz treasures. His expressive technique and mastery of the blues have been on

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  • 17Jun
    Concert: Ed Cherry Trio

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America present the Ed Cherry Trio.  Since his 14-year run with Dizzy Gillespie, guitarist Ed Cherry has cemented a spot as one of the great small-group bandleaders in jazz, especially in the organ trio format. With half a dozen

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  • 18Jun
    Concert: Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America present a Juneteenth concert with Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax.  Born in Philadelphia, but a longtime Brooklyn resident, Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax studied at Berklee College of Music and went on to work with many musical greats, including Kevin Eubanks, Eartha

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  • 20Jun
    Sing Out! A Broadway Musical Revue

    Sing Out! is a 90-minute Broadway revue infused with personal and inspiring stories from Grammy and Tony recognized performers who all identify as members of the LGBTQ+ community. Austin Artists Project will bring this show, which premiered in Austin, TX, to the Rose Theater at The Jazz at Lincoln Center

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  • 21Jun
    Concert: Mike Flythe “The Atomic Drummer” and the Atomic Band

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America celebrate the Summer Solstice with Mike Flythe “The Atomic Drummer” and the Atomic Band.  A versatile and explosive drummer, befitting of his nickname, Mike Flythe “The Atomic Drummer” is a Queens native with deep musical roots. A first

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  • 21Jun
    FETE DE LA MUSIQUE NEW YORK

    France Rocks Summer Fest will take over New York City in June for its fifth annual celebration, highlighting the rich diversity of music from France. Featuring 15 concerts across Brooklyn and Manhattan, with a high-profile line-up of electronic, jazz, world music, and pop/rock artists, the festival will culminate with a

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  • 08Jun
    The Legendary RAKIM w/ special guest RAVI COLTRANE. World Premiere.

    Sony presents Blue Note Jazz Festival Jill Newman Productions Presents The Legendary RAKIM with special guest RAVI COLTRANE. World Premiere Wed June 8, 2022 Sony Hall, NYC @thegodrakim @officialrakimallah @ravicoltrane www.ravicoltrane.com www.sonyhall.com @sonyhall Jill Newman Productions Website Facebook Instagram Twitter

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  • 05Jun
    Everybody LES Culture Mash Music Fest

    MOMENT NYC & Subterra present: Frank London’s Bagels & Bongos, Arthur Kill + Xi Feng, Momento Rumbero, Faith NYC, Subterra Soundsystem, members of Groove Collective, jam, and oral history. DROM 85 Ave A nyc

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  • 07Jun
    National Sawdust Gala Series – House Party: Forró Forever

    Celebrate the National Sawdust belief that artistic and musical expression helps us all create a more joyful and just world. This intimate evening of music, dance, food, and community is curated by Karen Wong and celebrates the Brazilian music and dance genre of forró.

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  • 18Jun
    Arts Gowanus ArtWalk on Atlantic Ave

    Arts Gowanus ArtWalk on Atlantic Ave is set to return the weekend of June 18th and run for two weekends until June 26th.   The 1.5-mile self-guided ArtWalk through Brooklyn neighborhoods of Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights, and Cobble Hill will include the works of local artists.

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  • 09Jun
    Jerron Herman and Molly Joyce: Left and Right with an opening performance by Val-Inc

    A part of The Future Is… Festival: Featuring contributions from Brandon Kazen-Maddox, Max Greyson and Austin Regan with an opening performance by Val-Inc aka Val Jeanty (2022 Toulmin Fellow at National Sawdust and Center for Ballet and the Arts) and Jean Appolon: Pozesyon. Left and Right is a collaboration between composer/performer

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  • 10Jun
    ChamberQUEER Festival – Opening Night

    A part of The Future Is… Festival: ChamberQUEER 2022 opens their two-show engagement at National Sawdust on June 10 by drawing centuries of music into conversation – juxtaposing boundary-breaking Renaissance nuns with the voices of three fantastic emerging composers drawn from their 2020 Call for Scores. A new collaboration by

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  • 11Jun
    Chris Grymes and Open G Records present – Music in The Constellation: An In-Person Immersive Audio Experience

    A part of the The Future Is… Festival: Open G Records presents Music in The Constellation: An In-Person Immersive Audio Experience, an invitation to our community to engage with National Sawdust’s performance space and to explore the possibilities and nuance of our state-of-the-art sound technology. Open G Records presents Music in

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  • 11Jun
    Irreversible Entanglements

    A part of The Future Is… Festival: Irreversible Entanglements cultivate the liberation technologies of jazz and associated Black music in root, stem, and branch.

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  • 12Jun
    ChamberQUEER Festival – Closing Night

    A part of The Future Is… Festival: The June 12 performance of ChamberQUEER’s Pride Festival highlights Gay Guerrilla by iconoclastic queer composer Julius Eastman, in a new arrangement for string septet by Jessie Montgomery, and featuring the arranger on violin.

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  • 16Jun
    Karen Slack: Of Thee I Sing

    A part of the The Future Is… Festival: Celebrated American soprano Karen Slack’s dynamic opera and recital performances combined with her passionate advocacy for racial justice and women composers make her a sought-after artist on many fronts. For her performance at National Sawdust, Slack performs Of Thee I Sing, her

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  • 18Jun
    Alex Peh

    Contemporary pianist Alex Peh explores the piano as a hybrid global instrument in a program of new work by Ne Myo Aung, Anna Clyne, Hafez Modirzadeh, Nikos Ordoulidis, Phyllis Chen and Susie Ibarra.

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  • 03Jun
    Global Roots: Mi Alma, Mi Voz, Mi Corazón: A Journey Through Argentinian and Armenian Folk and Popular Song

    Ranging from folk tunes to tangos to classical arrangements, this program will explore Argentinian and Armenian music through the medium of Baroque instruments. Join us for this intercultural dialogue across the ages, featuring Armenian-Argentinian American mezzo-soprano, Solange Merdinian.

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  • 03Jun
    Five Boroughs Music Festival Presents the Harlem Chamber Players

    5BMF’s 2021-2022 Season closes with two performances by members of the HARLEM CHAMBER PLAYERS, true pillars of the Uptown music scene whose brilliant, innovative programs have served a loyal following of music lovers in Harlem and beyond for nearly 15 years. The members of HCP’s string quartet will perform a

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  • 04Jun
    Five Boroughs Music Festival Presents the Harlem Chamber Players

    5BMF’s 2021-2022 Season closes with two performances by members of the HARLEM CHAMBER PLAYERS, true pillars of the Uptown music scene whose brilliant, innovative programs have served a loyal following of music lovers in Harlem and beyond for nearly 15 years. The members of HCP’s string quartet will perform a

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  • 04Jun
    Global Roots: Mi Alma, Mi Voz, Mi Corazón: A Journey Through Argentinian and Armenian Folk and Popular Song

    Ranging from folk tunes to tangos to classical arrangements, this program will explore Argentinian and Armenian music through the medium of Baroque instruments. Join us for this intercultural dialogue across the ages, featuring Armenian-Argentinian American mezzo-soprano, Solange Merdinian.

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  • 05Jun
    Global Roots: Mi Alma, Mi Voz, Mi Corazón: A Journey Through Argentinian and Armenian Folk and Popular Song

    Ranging from folk tunes to tangos to classical arrangements, this program will explore Argentinian and Armenian music through the medium of Baroque instruments. Join us for this intercultural dialogue across the ages, featuring Armenian-Argentinian American mezzo-soprano, Solange Merdinian.

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  • 08Jun
    BRIC! Celebrate Brooklyn

    The 2022 season of the free festival will kick off at 8:00pm on Wednesday, June 8th (doors open at 6:00pm) with Kamasi Washington as the headliner, DJ Reborn and Ravyn Lenae as openers. For more information on artist lineup, tickets and more, visit bricartsmedia.org/bcb.

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  • 19Jun
    The Serpentones Album Release with SIlent Fury leading the heavy rotation 7pm-12am

    The Serpentones is having an album release party on June 19th, starting at 7pm in NYC. Another one of our punk-hardrock clients, SILENT FURY is leading the end of evening heavy rotation.   

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  • 16Jul
    Intergenerational Jazz Power Jam – Message From Saturn at Jazzmobile’s Summerfest

    Presented by Jazzmobile’s Summerfest, “Message From Saturn” – Jazz Power Initiative’s jazz musical about the healing power of the blues – concludes its Intergenerational Jazz Power Jam summer concert series Friday, July 16, 2021 at 7pm, live and in-person at the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater in Marcus Garvey Park, Harlem, New

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  • 28Jun
    Amirtha Kidambi & Matteo Liberatore, Album Release, opening set by Lucie Vítková

    Titled after a passage in Clarice Lispector’s book The Passion of G.H., the LP “Neutral Love” gathers the latest outburst of the two artists’ collaboration featuring new recordings blending minimalism and experimentalism. Opening set by Lucie Vítková, The event will also be live-streamed. Proof of vaccine required for the audience

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  • 01Jul
    Bees Deluxe Swarm the Shrine World Music Venue

    Bees Deluxe, Boston’s notorious Acid Blues and Modern Jazz Band come to Pennsylvania for a debut area appearance at the Shrine World Music Venue on Thursday July 1st. The band has won audiences from Maine to the Mississippi with their arresting and highly danceable originals and their innovative interpretation of

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  • 16Jun
    BMHC Percussion Discussion: El Tambor Árabe – Part 2

    BMHC June episode of Percussion Discussion continues our exploration of El Tambor Árabe.  Zafer Tawil and Dum Tak Quartet (featuring Michael Burdi, Nezih Antakli and Phillip Mayer) join us for the Part 2 interview with co-artistic director, Bobby Sanabria and will include music from Egypt, Palestine and Turkey.  The band will

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  • 19Jun
    BMHC Bronx Rising! Masking the Seasonsof the Bronx: Inti Raymi

    BMHC Bronx Rising! series continues the Masking the Seasons in the Bronx theme exploring music & dance seasonal celebrations that incorporate masked traditions with INTI RAYMI, featuring a perfomance by Peruvian Quechua group, ABYA -YALA ARTE y CULTURA.  Join us for this celebration of the Fiesta de Sol (the Festival

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  • 23Jun
    BMHC’s Music by the Book Series: Ivor L. Miller

    BMHC’s Music by the Book features an interview with senior lecturer of University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria, IVOR L. MILLER.  The author of Voices of the Leopard and Cuba and Aerosol Kingdom: Subway Painters of New York, will discuss the book, The Sacred Language of the Abukura by

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  • 17Jun
    Musical Instrument Making with Louie Miranda

    Join Materials for the Arts (MFTA) for a live creative reuse instrument-making workshop with musician and teaching artist, Louie Miranda. Through MFTA’s education programs, Miranda teaches students and educators how to use music and sound as a tool for learning and ways to create musical instruments from commonly found objects.

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  • 23Jun
    Getting the Most out of Free Software: Music Production

    Interested in music production on a shoestring budget? We’ll look at free software/apps and see how you can incorporate them into your creation process. In this lively workshop we’ll demo music creation workflows and dive into hands-on projects you can do for free on a smart device or computer.

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  • 25Jun
    Getting the Most out of Free Software: Video Production

    Did you know you can create high quality videos using free video editing software? In this practical class we’ll compare free downloadable and browser-based apps for video creation. We’ll walk through the essential skills you’ll need to start video editing for free, and practice with some hands-on creative projects together.

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  • 21Jun
    Getting the Most out of Free Software: Podcasting

    It’s possible to launch your own show with free software, and we’ll show you exactly how to do it in this introductory class. We’ll dive into software and apps available for podcasters and walk you through the steps to creating, producing, and publishing your own show with zero budget.

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  • 03Jun
    Mobetta Thursdays Curated By Maurice Brown Presents Marcus Gilmore

    Mobetta Thursdays curated by Grammy Award-winning Maurice Brown is taking over Brooklyn’s newest Music Venue “Now and Then NYC!” Enjoy some new material along with covers and impromptu songs made up on the fly by some of the world’s most talented musicians. This week June 3rd Mobetta Thursdays Presents Marcus Gilmore. Marcus Gilmore

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  • 25Jun
    Chelsea Music Festival

    We are delighted to present our 2021 Weaving the Moment Festival. Our virtual Festival weekend will include concerts, conversation, and culinary explorations through brand new performances and talks with musicians, artists, chefs, and Artistic Directors Melinda Lee Masur and Ken-David Masur. These pieces form a unified work that brings strength,

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  • 31Jul
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn!

    The 2021 season of the free festival will kick off at 7:30pm on Saturday, July 31st (doors open at 6:00pm) with Ari Lennox as the headliner, KAMAUU and Nesta as openers. For more information on artist lineup, tickets and more, visit bricartsmedia.org/live. 

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  • 28May
    Mobetta Thursdays Curated By Maurice Brown Presents Marcus Strickland’s Trio May 27th

    Mobetta Thursdays curated by Grammy Award-winning Maurice Brown is taking over Brooklyn’s newest Music Venue “Now and Then NYC!” Enjoy some new material along with covers and impromptu songs made up on the fly by some of the world’s most talented musicians. Expect to hear some Jazz, Funk, Hip Hop, Soul and

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  • 04Jun
    The Apollo Documentary: Viewing and Live Discussion

    Universal Music Group is hosting a virtual screening of the HBO Documentary Film, THE APOLLO, which chronicles the unique history and contemporary legacy of the Apollo Theater, and a live panel discussion with UMG General Counsel and interim CEO of Def Jam Recordings Jeff Harleston; film producer Lisa Cortés; and Apollo Theater Executive Producer Kamilah Forbes.

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  • 18Jun
    APOLLO MUSIC CAFÉ: ADELINE – BLACK MUSIC MONTH ENCORE

    In celebration of Black Music Month, tune in to the rebroadcast of Apollo Music Café featuring the French-Caribbean singer/ songwriter and bassist Adeline (pronounced ad-uh-leen). Her self-titled debut album and the recent release of her EP entitled Intérimes have garnered praise from NPR, The Fader, American Songwriter, Vogue, Essence, Rolling Stone and more. Powered by

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  • 27Jun
    APOLLO LIVE WIRE: HAZEL SCOTT – BLACK MUSIC MONTH ENCORE

    HAZEL SCOTT: THE DARLING OF CAFÉ SOCIETY Curated and Directed by Karen Chilton Musical Direction by Damien Sneed As we celebrate Black Music Month, tune in to the encore presentation of the Apollo Live Wire highlighting the life and accomplishments of Hazel Scott. In a career that spanned over four decades, Juilliard-trained

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  • 20May
    Mobetta Thursdays at Now & Then NYC May 20th 2021

    This Thursday, Grammy winning Trumpeter, Songwriter, Producer Maurice Brown aka MOBETTA is getting together with a few all-star friends and they’re taking over Brooklyn’s newest Music Venue “Now and Then!” Enjoy some new material along with covers and impromptu songs made up on the fly by MOBETTA and his super

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  • 20May
    Old Stories & New Choreographies: Migration of Tales, People, & Dance

    Contemporary choreographers around the world reimagine oral traditions, which may or may not “belong” to them, as emotionally and politically-potent dance works. What types of transformation become possible in these physicalized reinterpretations? Join an international panel of dancemakers as they explore how the global movement of narrative, people, and dance

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  • 22May
    Bronx Rising! presents Masking the Seasons in the Bronx: Gagá

    Bronx Music Heritage Center’s May Bronx Rising! will feature another program under the theme Masking the Seasons in the Bronx.  The May program will explore, Gagá, which is celebrated in the Dominican Republic as part of the springtime agricultural cycle. Featuring performance by Gagá Pa’l Pueblo with an introduction by Ivan Dominguez.

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  • 26May
    BMHC’s Music by the Book: Ben Lapidus

    Bronx Music Heritage Center May episode of Music by the Book, features Ben Lapidus, author of International Sound of Music talking with co-artistic directors Elena Martinez and Bobby Sanabria.  Mr. Lapidus will present chapters from his latest book New York and the International Sound of Latin Music 1940-1990.

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  • 19May
    BMHC May Percussion Discussion: El Tambor Árabe (Part 1)

    Bronx Music Heritage Center Percussion Discussion series May episode, El Tambor Árabe (Part I) — will look at the frame drum from its roots in North Africa to the Iberian Peninsula to the Caribbean. Featuring Nizzar Dahmani, Norka Hernández Nadal and Catarina dos Santos in a discussion moderated by BMHC

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  • 04May
    Francisco Mela Trio

    Francisco Mela, William Parker, and Zoh Amba in Performance & Discussion. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday.

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  • 06May
    Nasheet Waits Trio

    Nasheet Waits, Antoine Roney, and Marcos Varela in Performance & Discussion. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday.

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  • 11May
    Whit Dickey Quartet

    Whit Dickey, Rob Brown, Mat Maneri, and Brandon Lopez in Performance & Discussion. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday.

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  • 13May
    Christi / Mela / Parker / Nicholson Parker

    Ellen Christi, Francisco Mela, William Parker, and Patricia Nicholson Parker in Performance & Discussion. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday.

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  • 18May
    Jason Kao Hwang Human Rites Trio

    Jason Kao Hwang, Ken Filiano, and Andrew Drury in Performance & Discussion. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday.

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  • 10May
    Young People’s Chorus of New York City Presents Virtual Spring Gala: “Opportunity Reimagined: In the Key of Love”

    The Young People’s Chorus of New York City’s largest fundraiser of the year supports year-round programs for more than 2,000 children in New York City and beyond.  Famed pianist Lang Lang will be honored at the gala. It will also feature lively vignettes including guest appearances by award-winning artists.

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  • 09May
    Creativity, Community and Connection: Intergenerational Jazz Power Jam

    New York City, April 20, 2021 – Jazz Power Initiative (JPI) continues its 2021 season of INTERGENERATIONAL JAZZ POWER JAM on Sunday, May 9, 2021 at 3 PM EST on Facebook Live and YouTube. In collaboration with The National Jazz Museum in Harlem, “Creativity, Community and Connection” is our May

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  • 28Apr
    BMHC Music by the Book: Prof. Rafael Aponte Ledée

    Bronx Music Heritage Center’s monthly series, Music by the Book, will talk with musician and Puerto Rican composer, Prof. Rafael Aponte Ledée, considered one of the most important contemporary classical composer, to discuss his book El Ombligo de la Plena with BMHC’s co-artistic director Bobby Sanabria. This interview will be

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  • 21Apr
    BMHC Percussion Discussion: Water Drum

    Bronx Music Heritage Center’s April episode of its monthly series, Percussion Discussion, will feature the water drum used by women in the West African Basamung tradition. Co-artistic director, Bobby Sanabria, will moderate the discussion with Gambian artists Salieu Suso and Sunkary Kamaso.

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  • 19Jun
    THE KNIGHTS PERFORM AT RITE OF SUMMER FESTIVAL ON GOVERNORS ISLAND

    This summer, The Knights migrate to Governors Island laden with music for flute, clarinet, strings and harp inspired by birds, birdsong, and the spiritual experience of “taking flight” through song. Join us for this free outdoor concert, featuring: Vivaldi: Flute Concerto in D Major, “Il Gardellino” Price: String Quartet in

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  • 15Jun
    NAUMBURG ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS – THE KNIGHTS @ CENTRAL PARK

    The Knights are delighted to return to the Naumburg Orchestral Concert Series for the 12th time! Celebrate the return of the summer concert season with this outdoor event at Naumburg Bandshell in central park. Aoife O’Donovan joins the Knights to perform her brand new song cycle, America, Come, and virtuoso

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  • 22Apr
    Val Kinzler Band Live At The Bitter End NYC

    Award winning singer, songwriter and founder of NYC Women Who Rock’s community concert series Val Kinzler and her band of veteran rockers will play the historic Bitter End for their 60th anniversary! Information and tickets: http://www.valkinzler.com http://www.instagram.com/nycvalkyrie  

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  • 10Apr
    Bronx Music Heritage Center’s Bronx Rising! series presents WANARAGUA

    BMHC’s Bronx Rising! series returns this Saturday, April 10 with an event celebrating Garifuna Heritage Month.  The Wabafu Garifuna Dance Theater will present the celebration WANARGUA.  This FREE event marks our return to in-person programming at this outdoor performance in the Bronx Music Hall Plaza, 438 East 163rd Street (corner of Washington), our future

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  • 03Apr
    Zoomed Out – An Interactive Online Magic Show

    Don’t miss this chance to see award winning magician Nathaniel Segal perform a one of a kind online magic show live and streamed directly to you! This show will feature a brand new variation of an original routine that will soon be featured on the hit television show Penn & Teller: Fool

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  • 01Apr
    Caravan Social Club virtual lounge event for April Fool’s Day – expect music, comedy and more

    Tomorrow Caravan Social Club is hosting a free virtual lounge event on Thursday, April 1st at 8:30pmEST on zoom   You can RSVP here  – please RSVP to receive login information You will be able to meet other creatives and join in with musicians, actors, comedians and brands.   Caravan Social Club

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  • 24Mar
    BMHC’s Music by the Book: Author Basilio Serrano

    Bronx Music Heritage Center’s monthly Music by the Book series will honor Women’s History Month interviewing author, Basilio Serrano, about his latest book, Puerto Rican Women From the Jazz Age: Stories of Success.  The discussion with BMHC’s co-artistic directors will explore the role of women in America’s greatest art form.

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  • 16Mar
    Annie O. Presents Fanelly: Live from Paris

    Throughout the pandemic, NYC-based cultural curator and artist manager Annie O. has presented a series of short live performances by a wide-range of music luminaries on Instagram Live. This installment features Paris-based, Italian singer-songwriter Fanelly, who makes personal, emotional, pop music drawing on jazz, soul, and other international styles.

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  • 14Jun
    US Army Birthday

    U.S. Army celebrates its 246th Birthday through a series of public events in every Borough presented by the U. S. Army New York City Recruiting Battalion, culminating in a Times Square Cake cutting ceremony at the iconic Military Island U.S. Army Recruiting Station in New York City’s Time Square with

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  • 25Mar
    C4: The Choral Composer/Conductor Collective Presents: “Illumination”

    Members of C4, Inversion Ensemble, and C3LA present our seventh live, remote choral concert! Featuring 3 world premieres and a talk-back with the composers after the concert.

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  • 08Apr
    BRIC JazzFest

    BRIC, the Brooklyn-based leading arts and media institution, announced its artist lineup for the 2021 BRIC JazzFest, which will be a virtual musical marathon with a stellar jazz line up. The three-day festival will take place from Thursday, April 8 through Saturday, April 10 at 7pm ET at BRICartsmedia.org/jazzfest with

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  • 10Mar
    Artist Workshop

    Please join the Pride Center of Staten Island for our FREE artist workshops! We will be holding 3 artist workshops in March (3/3, 3/10, and 3/17) at Snug Harbor with our artist Janet Gonzalez. We will be looking at women artists for Women’s History Month, and creating artwork inspired by

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  • 17Mar
    Artist Workshop

    Please join the Pride Center of Staten Island for our FREE artist workshops! We will be holding 3 artist workshops in March (3/3, 3/10, and 3/17) at Snug Harbor with our artist Janet Gonzalez. We will be looking at women artists for Women’s History Month, and creating artwork inspired by

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  • 09Mar
    Ken Filiano, Michaël Attias, TA Thompson, William Mazza

    Ken Filiano, Michaël Attias, Michael TA Thompson, and William Mazza in Performance & Discussion. Suggested minimum donation is $5. Donations go towards funding artist fees. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday. Tuesday March 9, 2021, 8PM ET Video remains

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  • 11Mar
    Darius Jones, Cooper-Moore, Gerald Cleaver, Shara Lunon

    Darius Jones, Cooper-Moore, Gerald Cleaver, Shara Lunon in Performance & Discussion. Suggested minimum donation is $5. Donations go towards funding artist fees. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday. Thursday March 11, 2021, 8PM ET Video remains available to view

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  • 04Mar
    Ava Mendoza, Luke Stewart, Ches Smith, Keegan Monaghan

    Ava Mendoza, Luke Stewart, and Ches Smith in Performance & Discussion. Suggest minimum donation is $5. Donations go towards funding artist fees. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday. Thursday March 4, 2021, 8PM ET Video is available to view

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  • 02Mar
    jaimie branch trio and theo darst

    The jaimie branch trio and visual artist theo darst in Performance & Discussion. Suggested minimum donation is $5. Donations go towards funding artist fees. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday. Tuesday March 2, 2021, 8PM ET Video remains available

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  • 16Mar
    William Parker “The Blinking of the Ear”

    William Parker, Eri Yamamoto, AnnMarie Sandy, Rob Brown, and Miriam Parker in Performance & Discussion. Suggested minimum donation is $5. Donations go towards funding artist fees. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday. Tuesday March 16, 2021, 8PM ET Video

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  • 18Mar
    Devin Brahja Waldman, James Brandon Lewis, Gerald Cleaver, Ala Dehghan

    Devin Brahja Waldman, James Brandon Lewis, Gerald Cleaver, and Ala Dehghan in Performance & Discussion. Suggested minimum donation is $5. Donations go towards funding artist fees. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday. Thursday March 18, 2021, 8PM ET Video

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  • 25Mar
    Newman Taylor Baker’s Washboard XT

    Washboard XT in Performance & Discussion. Suggested minimum donation is $5. Donations go towards funding artist fees. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday. In 2010 Newman Taylor Baker met the washboard, and it changed his life. With the washboard,

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  • 30Mar
    Matt Lavelle, Larry Roland, Ryan Sawyer

    Matt Lavelle, Ryan Sawyer, Larry Roland in Performance & Discussion. Suggested minimum donation is $5. Donations go towards funding artist fees. Arts for Art’s On_Line Salon series features live streaming FreeJazz performances and conversations every Tuesday and Thursday. Tuessday March 30, 2021, 8PM ET Video is available to view through

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  • 25Feb
    BMHC Voices of Justice: Black & Brown Solidarity

    Bronx Music Heritage Center Voices of Justice series brings together activist, poets and hip hop artists to talk about the issues that unite African-Americans and Latinos and how these artists’ work is influenced by those issues.  This evening’s theme is about “Black and Brown Solidarity.”

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  • 27Mar
    Ways of Seeing: The String Quartet

    Ways of Seeing begins: “tonight, it isn’t so much the paintings themselves I want to question… as the way we now see them.. because we see these paintings as nobody saw them before.” Inspired by his ambition, AEON will take on the age-old string quartet highlighting the women who composed

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  • 16Feb
    Seth’s Virtual Showcase

    SETH’S VIRTUAL TALENT SHOWCASE Tuesday, February 16th, 2021 at 7PM AMY ERLANGER ESTELLE GOODWIN AMANDA LEIGH & KEITH KRAFT ALICE JEANETTE LAMBERT JAMIE LAMMERS LORI NATTRASS L’OREAL O’NEILL JULIA SEGAL Featuring SETH BISEN-HERSH as the Emceeing Accompanist $10 Suggested Donation payable via Venmo (@seth-bisen-hersh) or Paypal (paypal.me/sethbh) Streaming on Facebook

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  • 23Feb
    Seth’s Virtual Showcase

    SETH’S VIRTUAL TALENT SHOWCASE Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021 at 7PM AVAH BOOCK JOLIE COOK ADI GREENBERG SOFIA JARMEL CHLOE BLUEBELL JOYCE TIERNEY VIOLET JOYCE AUDREY SCHOHAN ALLIANA LILI YANG Featuring SETH BISEN-HERSH as the Emceeing Accompanist $10 Suggested Donation payable via Venmo (@seth-bisen-hersh) or Paypal (paypal.me/sethbh) Streaming on Facebook Live

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  • 02Mar
    Seth’s Virtual Showcase

    SETH’S VIRTUAL TALENT SHOWCASE Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021 at 7PM CAROLYN ROSE COLE SARAH GAINES KAY KOCH MATT ROSEN SARAH SCHULER ALEXANDRA DE SUZE ASHLEY WETTLIN Featuring SETH BISEN-HERSH as the Emceeing Accompanist $10 Suggested Donation payable via Venmo (@seth-bisen-hersh) or Paypal (paypal.me/sethbh) Streaming on Facebook Live (@sethbhdotcom) or YouTube

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  • 09Mar
    Seth’s Virtual Showcase

    SETH’S VIRTUAL TALENT SHOWCASE Tuesday, March 9th, 2021 at 7PM NESSA AMHERST BROOKE DELLA’ZANNA CHRISTOPHER HAGER KATE MCCAULEY ROBERT POOLE MEGHAN WILMOTT Featuring SETH BISEN-HERSH as the Emceeing Accompanist $10 Suggested Donation payable via Venmo (@seth-bisen-hersh) or Paypal (paypal.me/sethbh) Streaming on Facebook Live (@sethbhdotcom) or YouTube (https://tinyurl.com/sethbhdotcom)

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  • 12Feb
    River Tidings : The Hudson featuring Sonia De Los Santos

    Tune in to the BPCA YouTube Channel for River Tidings, a captivating digital series that celebrates the bounty of the world’s waterways! We kick things off with the Hudson River, learning about BPCA’s Marine Education & Zero Waste programs. Plus a special performance by Latin Grammy nominated performer Sonia De Los

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  • 24Feb
    BMHC’s Music by the Book

    Bronx Music Heritage Center’s new series, Music by the Book, features conversations with authors of recent music books with topics of relevance to the Bronx. In this inaugural episode, author Sheila Anderson, DJ at WBGO, talks with BMHC co-artistic director & fellow WBGO DJ, Bobby Sanabria about the second edition

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  • 19Feb
    BMHC Percussion Discussion – Castanets

    JoDe Romano and Samir Langus will discuss & demonstrate castanets used in there respective music traditions, flamenco castanets from southern Spain and the metal quarqaba castanets from Gnawa community of Morocco. The discussion will be moderated by BMHC co-artistic director and 8-time Grammy nominated bandleader, percussionist, educator, Bobby Sanabria.

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  • 25Feb
    Brooklyn Americana Music Festival at Folk Alliance (Day 2)

    Day Two: Our annual outdoor festival stages in the DUMBO Archway and Brooklyn Bridge Park take to the virtual realm at Folk Alliance International. ‘Unlocked’ Showcases original folk, roots, country blues, and more. Little Red Hen Music Collective twenty year reunion with Buffalo Gals, Darlene Raven, Megan Palmer, Myshkin, Maya

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  • 24Feb
    Brooklyn Americana Music at Folk Alliance

    Our annual outdoor festival stages in the DUMBO Archway and Brooklyn Bridge Park take to the virtual realm at Folk Alliance International. ‘Unlocked’ Showcases original folk, roots, country blues, and more with Gangstagrass, Queen Esther, Elyas Khan, Ali Dineen, Rachel Lee Walsh, Troubadours of Divine Bliss, Pete Lanctot and Ginger

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  • 06Feb
    Michael’s Cookbang
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  • 18Jun
    Umoja Events Juneteenth 2021 Family Day

    With over 12 years of this anticipated commemoration. Our annual juneteenth family fun day Festival gathers 5,000+ attendees local to the NYC community to enjoy a vibrant day of rich culture through music, dance, poetry, skits, history, vendors, and family activities for single-family homes, married, with children, and extended families.

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  • 13Mar
    Seven Queens of Kwanzaa Excellence Hat Awards Celebration

    The 7 Queens of Kwanzaa event is bringing to you, live and center, 7 Queens who have amazed the masses, are building legacies in leadership, and who will be honored in this event. Our communities and this event will be lifting these Queens in celebration for who they are and

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  • 14Feb
    Valentine’s Day with the Harlem Gospel Choir

    Valentine’s Day with the Harlem Gospel Choir at Sony Hall. On demand through February 21. For the best experience, please watch the concert on the latest version of Google Chrome.

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  • 18Feb
    Garcia Peoples feat. Macrodose Visuals

    Every livestream ticket purchase comes with a free download of the audio for this show. The download will be provided separately by the artist team via Bandcamp.

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  • 20Feb
    House of Waters Livestream

    House of Waters has scored an Emmy winning documentary for ESPN, and has shared the stage with some of the most influential musical leaders of the century including: Pandit Ravi Shankar, Victor Wooten, Tinariwen, Jimmy Cliff, Snarky Puppy, Karsh Kale, and more. Their self titled first record on Snarky Puppy’s

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    08:00 PM
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    09:30 PM
    Free
  • 03Feb
    DJ 101 – With International DJ Dviious

    It’s music month and we are giving back to the community with a FREE online virtual workshop to help set you up to be “FREESSHH” on the one’s and two’s   World renowned Producer/DJ Dviious will take you through the necessary steps of Blending, Cue points, and BPM’s to set

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    06:00 PM
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    08:00 PM
    Free
  • 17Feb
    Remote Recording for the Modern Creative w/ Ebonie Smith

    Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions During the Remote Recording for the Modern Creative, Audio Engineer and Producer Ebonie Smith will explore the different applications that allow creatives to collaborate remotely and analyze  problems and potential solutions

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    12:00 PM
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    01:00 PM
    Free
  • 24Jan
    The Songbook Sessions with the Glenn Crytzer Quartet

    Join Glenn and his Quartet on a journey through the Great American Sonbook from 1920-1944, with songs from a different year each week!

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    02:30 PM
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    03:30 PM
    Free
  • 25Jan
    The Art of Podcasting: Podcasting 101

    Anyone can make a podcast but should you? What gear/software do you need to get started? How long should your podcast be? How often should it come out? What format works best? This workshop will cover all these questions and more. This workshop will be taught by Nina Pollock All

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    06:00 PM
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    07:00 PM
    Free
  • 01Feb
    Explore the Beat: Beat Making in the Cloud

    The internet is a boundless resource and there are an array of tools that can be used to start producing music TODAY with no software or downloads. This workshop will explore beat making using a variety of tools found on our Toolbox. This workshop will be taught by Vaughn Levi.

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    06:00 PM
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    07:00 PM
    Free
  • 27Jan
    Antiracism & True Allyship with Women In Music

    Join us for an anti-racism workshop and roundtable conversation about true allyship in music as we learn about the formation of racist ideologies, how they affect our lives and our industry, and identify ways in which we can create change as individuals, and as a community. Featured Speakers: Dr. Raygine

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    07:00 PM
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    08:00 PM
    Free
  • 20Jan
    BMHC Percussion Discussion with Sammy Figueroa

    This monthly series features talks and lessons from noted Bronx percussionists.  In tonight’s episode, SAMMY FIGUEROA, son of the South Bronx and Puerto Rico, one of the world’s most sought after percussionists having worked with Bowie, Miles, Seis de Solar, George Benson, Mick Jagger, among others, is interviewed by co-artistic

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    08:00 PM
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    09:30 PM
    Free
  • 28Jan
    BMHC Palabreando Spoken Word and Open Mic – January Online Edition

    Bronx Music Heritage Center’s monthly series, Palabreando features original poetry, storytelling and other short format work by artists and writers from the Bronx and beyond.  Hosted by Bocafloja and Lyrical Bliss. January’s special guest performer, Anissa Boujdani. To present, sign up at emartinez@whedco.org.  Livestream from any device on our Facebook

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    07:00 PM
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    09:00 PM
    Free
  • 28Jan
    BMHC Palabreando, Spoken Word and Open Mic Series – Online Edition

    Bronx Music Heritage Center presents the January edition of its monthly spoken word and open mic series, Palabreando. Hosted by Bocafloja and Lyrical Bliss, the series features original work by artists from the Bronx and beyond. January special guest performer Anissa Boujdani. Spoken word artists and performers sign up at 

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    07:00 PM
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    09:00 PM
    Free
  • 08Feb
    The Art of Podcasting: The Art of Interviewing

    This workshop will cover booking guests, choosing your questions & the art of listening. Walk away feeling prepared with tips and best practices for awesome interviews. This workshop will be taught by Jewels Dodson

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    06:00 PM
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    07:00 PM
    Free
  • 15Feb
    Explore the Beat: Find the Beat – An Exploration of Drum Sequencing

    Learn foundations of drum programming as we explore the functions of the step sequencer, available in most DAWs. Provided for your first class will be a link to download a FREE drumkit to use on your productions. This workshop will be taught by SammAyOnTheBeat

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    06:00 PM
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    07:00 PM
    Free
  • 22Feb
    The Art of Podcasting: Getting Good Tape – Recording 101

    This workshop will cover everything that is Recording. How do you choose the right microphone & audio recorder? How do you watch your levels and record out in the field? How can you get the cleanest audio for your podcast? This workshop will be taught by Pierre Bienaimé

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    06:00 PM
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    07:00 PM
    Free
  • 01Mar
    Explore the Beat: Creative Approaches to Sampling

    In this workshop, we will show methods of composing, sampling, & making edits in creative ways. We will explore different methods of chopping/editing/& arranging samples to create original productions & remixes within your DAW of choice. This workshop will be taught by Pozibelle

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    06:00 PM
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    07:00 PM
    Free
  • 08Mar
    The Art of Podcasting: The Final Touches – Editing, Mixing & Making Your Podcast Sing

    What audio editing software should you use for your podcast? And what are the best practices for editing sound? In this workshop, you’ll learn the basics on how to edit, mix and export your audio and ultimately bring life to your podcast. This workshop will be taught by Jeremy S.

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    06:00 PM
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    07:00 PM
    Free
  • 15Mar
    Explore the Beat: Music Composition & Arrangement

    Learn how to turn your sketches and ideas into full fledged songs in this workshop on music composition and arrangement. We will go over how to create movement in your music and effectively take your listener on a journey through your arrangement decisions. This workshop will be taught by Dale

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    04:00 PM
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    05:00 PM
    Free
  • 17Mar
    Cross Cultural Collaboration: How Blending Cultures Leads to Innovation

    Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions During the Cross-Cultural collaboration master class, students will learn how to use technology to seamlessly combine elements from different cultures into a commercially successful recording through the use of music production software (ProTools,

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    01:00 PM
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    02:00 PM
    Free
  • 25Mar
    Music And Film: Who Gets To Score For Film And Why Are So Many Talented Voices Omitted From The Soundtracks Of Our Times?

    In 2019, 94% of scores for the top 250 box office films were written by men. There are no official stats about race and ethnicity. Get advice and perspectives from composers and filmmakers about what we can do to reduce barriers and increase opportunities for the many composers yet to

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    Free
  • 21Apr
    A Master Class on Laptop Production: From Nothing to Something

    Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions In this class with multi-platinum music producer Jerry Wonda, students will learn: How to produce a song by using a laptop with VSP and software programs including ProTools, Logic, Ableton, FL Studio, Akai

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    12:00 PM
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    01:00 PM
    Free
  • 19May
    Immersive Audio Master Class with Emily Lazar, GRAMMY-Winning Mastering Engineer

    Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions New immersive audio formats including Dolby Atmos and Sony 360 are the new frontier for both creators and consumers alike. They provide a new way to showcase what happens in the studio and

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    12:00 PM
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    Free
  • 09Jun
    Master Class on Self Management

    Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions In this master class with Mastering Engineer and studio owner Dave Kutch, you will learn to divide your day into 3 parts: Hustling (the art of meeting new clients and keeping the ones

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    Free
  • 11Apr
    Interlude+

    INTERLUDE+ is a hands-on music & art three-part workshop series for and by the LGBTQ+ community, bringing together respected musicians, artists and industry leaders to inspire a new generation of creatives in nontraditional virtual environments. Disco Discourse: An in-depth conversation with the iconic Studio 54 tracing their influence on queer

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    03:00 PM
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    06:00 PM
    Free
  • 22Apr
    Amplifying Voices: Who’s Composing Orchestral Music Today And How Can We Make It More Inclusive?

    Hear from composers and representatives of the orchestral world about how we can support and promote symphonic music which better reflects the diverse communities of NYC. What are the barriers for composers and what can the leaders of major institutions do to transform the current and future landscape? Confirmed speakers:

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    Free
  • 16Jun
    Mixing Remotely Master Class

    Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions Now more than ever with the advancement of remote technology, the dynamic of music creatives has changed. Today, more creatives are working in the confines of their home studios, making virtual collaboration key.

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    Free
  • 27Feb
    The Priceless Band live

    The Priceless Band will have you on your feet non stop singing your favorite tunes

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    08:00 PM
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    10:30 PM
    Free
  • 10Mar
    Creating Electronic Music with Everyday Sounds with Izzi Ramkissoon

    In this introductory hands-on workshop with  an instructor in the Electronic Music Program at the College of Staten Island, participants will learn how to create music using everyday sound in the musique concrete style. Attendees will learn about musique concrete, listen to examples, record sounds using a computer or phone, edit and process sounds using

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    06:30 PM
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    07:30 PM
    Free
  • 06Mar
    Grow it Live! with Mehmet Dede of Drom

    A companion to the “Make it Live! A Practical Approach to Getting Gigs in NYC” workshop, this session will  cover marketing concerts, identifying your fanbase and grassroots promotion tools. Led by the talent buyer for one of NYC’s top live performance venues.

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    Free
  • 02Mar
    Distribution Derby with A2IM

    Learn what distributors do and which one is right for you. Presented by A2IM, the association that represents independent record labels.

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    05:00 PM
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    06:00 PM
    Free
  • 11Feb
    Make it Live! A Practical Approach to Getting Gigs in NYC with Mehmet Dede of Drom

    Led by the talent buyer for one of NYC’s top live performance venues,  this online presentation is an essential primer for independent artists and performers who will be introduced to tools, tactics and insider tips on how the independent booking world operates. The presentation will cover an introduction to booking NYC

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    05:00 PM
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    06:15 PM
    Free
  • 29Jan
    Making Money with Music, with Randy Chertkow and Jason Feehan

    Musicians will learn how to: Take advantage of 45-plus revenue streams that do NOT require in-person performance; boost income and audience; and lower expenses to take home more money. The workshop is run by noted music business authors Randy Chertkow and Jason Feehan (The Indie Band Survival Guide, Making Money with Music), whom Billboard

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    11:30 AM
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    01:00 PM
    Free
  • 23Feb
    Digital Strategy: Stand Out from the Crowd with A2IM

    Artists will learn how to connect with their fans online. Presented by A2IM, the association that represents independent record labels.

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    05:00 PM
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    06:00 PM
    Free
  • 25Feb
    SummerStage Anywhere Presents: Michael Mwenso: Hope, Resist & Heal, performance and conversation with Shannon Effinger

    Michael Mwenso: Hope, Resist & Heal, performance and conversation with Shannon Effinger, in association with New York Music Month Extended Play, an initiative of the NYC Mayor’s Office of Entertainment. Musician, artist and social commentator Michael Mwenso offers his unique and ancestral perspective on Black music and its power to

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    07:45 PM
    Free
  • 11Feb
    SummerStage Anywhere Presents: “Rodney King” Film Conversation with Roger Guenveur Smith and Dr. Stephanie Leigh Batiste

    This conversation will focus on the 2017 film “Rodney King” directed by Spike Lee, featuring the Bessie-Award winning solo performance shot at SummerStage in Manhattan’s East River Park, and will feature the writer and star of the film Roger Guenvuer Smith and academic, author, and performance artist Dr. Stephanie Leigh

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    07:45 PM
    Free
  • 15Jan
    SummerStage Anywhere Presents “Marching On: Celebrating The Life & Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”

    Marching On: Celebrating The Life & Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in association with Winter Jazzfest and Voices of a People’s History of the United States celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and commitment to equity, freedom & peace for Black Americans and all people of this

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    07:45 PM
    Free
  • 11Jun
    Tour Fest Music

    Tour Fest Music

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    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Leon & the Peoples

    Spectra Music recording artists Leon & The Peoples, one of NYC’s hottest rising bands, has developed their signature Soul/Reggae/Pop sound while performing nationwide and building a loyal fan base for the last 10 years. The multitalented performer, singer-songwriter, actor & producer Leon passionately leads the band with his smooth, sultry vocals and heart felt

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    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Mass Appeal Guitars

    Make Music New York’s most popular Mass Appeal concert returns! Meet at the steps of the South Plaza no later that 7pm to join the hour-long group jam sesssion inspired by the 50thanniversary of the Woodstock Festival and play along with free music booklets provided courtesy of Alfred Music. And arrive

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    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Mass Appeal Vocals, Mozart’s Requiem

    Back by popular demand, singers of all skill levels are welcomed and encouraged to take part in a rousing performance of Mozart’s masterpiece in the heart of Central Park. Conducted by Douglas Anderson, Manhattan Borough Community College. The Music and Art Department of the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC),

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    07:30 PM
    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Mass Appeal French Horns

    Join Linda Blacken and The French Horn Nation in an amicable aggregation of conical bore brass instruments, performing music from classical to jazz and beyond! Walk ups are welcome, but for additional information and to sign up ahead of time, email us at: lacornista@verizon.net.

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    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Mass Appeal Harmonicas

    NYC-based virtuoso Jia-Yi He, (featured on “America’s Got Talent”), will lead a lesson designed for all ages and skill levels, including beginners, in which participants will receive a crash course on reading sheet music and playing by ear. Learn to play (or come to show off)! NYC-based virtuoso Jia-Yi He

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    08:00 PM
    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Mass Appeal Mandolins

    The New York Mandolin Orchestra, now celebrating its 95th year, leads the 8th annual Mass Appeal Mandolins. Players of all skill levels are encouraged to join by contacting orchestra leaders at NYMandOrchestra@gmaill.com. Visit NYMandolin.org for additional details and to attend one of their weekly rehearsals.

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    06:30 PM
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    07:30 PM
    Free
  • 31Dec
    Make Music New York – Mass Appeal Ukuleles

    Play and sing along with Makalina Abalos Gallagher, one of NYC’s premier uke players and organizer of the NYC Ukulele MeetUp group. Participants will receive free copies of Alfred’s learn-to-play book “It’s Ukulele Time” when they arrive! Walk ups are welcome, but if you know you are coming, email us at: makalina@gmail.com.

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    11:00 PM
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    07:30 PM
    Free
  • 23Jun
    Make Music New York – Porch Stomp

    Porch Stomp is a folk celebration unlike any other.  Set on the beautiful greenery of Governors Island, Porch Stomp! invites over 150 bands, artists and performing arts organizations to utilize the historic porches of Nolan Park as a pulpit for performance and education, highlighting artistry ranging from traditional folk to

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    Free
  • 12Jun
    LEZLIE HARRISON SINGS FROM THE GREAT AMERICAN SOULBOOK

    Lezlie Harrison’s burnished, soulful alto highlights her distinctive blend of jazz and classic 70s soul drawing upon the deepest foundations of her musical orientation. Her Great American Soul Book features songs written by the likes of Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Bob Dylan. Jazz standards will preside alongside popular songs laced

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    07:00 PM
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    11:30 PM
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – The Heart Chant

    The Heart Chant is a participatory Deep Listening® meditation, an offering of sonic healing for all beings through vocalization and listening. Written by Pauline Oliveros in 2001, the work’s simple instructions invite any and all to participate in creating community through sound; no musical training is required. Participants gather in a circle, putting one hand

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    12:00 PM
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    03:00 PM
    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Immigrant Dream

    Based in Jackson Heights, Queens, Percussia plays music that’s as eclectic as the neighborhood it calls home, performing a mash-up of classical, modern, popular and world music style to local communities in informal settings. In this very special collabataion with Make Music New York, the ensemble — Ingrid Gordon & Frank Cassara,

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    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Joe’s Pub Block Party

    In the spirit of inclusiveness, this summer’s Joe’s Pub Block Party remains dedicated to voices from within the NYC artistic community who represent indigenous, immigrant, and international voices, and will feature six artists that contribute to our city’s vibrancy. Presented by Joe’s Pub in partnership with the The Village Alliance. 1pm Martha Redbone 2pm Trio 4-5-6 3pm Lauren

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    07:00 PM
    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Moondog on the Streets

    Join us for a very special performance in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the passing of American-born avant-garde composer and “street musician” Louis Thomas Hardin, aka Moondog, featuring acoustic performances by Moondog specialists . Beginning in 1949 and for nearly twenty-five years, the man who was quickly nicknamed the Viking of 6th Avenue –

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    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Music in the Oak Grove

    NYU Faculty Housing Happenings include a per season public offering designed to celebrate our outdoor spaces on the superblocks headlined by the Oak Grove. Recommended by the Superblock Stewardship Advisory Committee, these community events are generously supported by Provost Katherine E. Fleming and organized by Erin Donnelly, Community Liaison, Office of Faculty Housing & Residential

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    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – On the Waterfront

    2019’s version of “On the Waterfront” will feature highlights of American four-hand piano compositions as played by young students and professionals. Presented in partnership with Summer on the Hudson and generously supported by PianoPiano. Special thanks to Joan Forsyth and Mira Gill of Third Street Music School Settlement; and Emily White

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    04:30 PM
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    07:00 PM
    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Mp3 Experiment Sixteen

    Mp3 Experiments, produced by Improv Everywhere, are free, open-to-the-public, participatory audio adventures where attendees download a smart phone app and listen to synchronized secret instructions via headphones in a public space. Hilarity ensues as participants carry out coordinated, often ridiculous instructions. Over fourteen years, the events, attended by diverse crowds

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    Free
  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York – Water Night

    Join us for a very special performance of Grammy Award-winning composer Eric Whitacre’s “Water Night.” With lyrics inspired by the poetry of Octavio Paz, the choral piece, written for soprano, alto, tenor and bass, will be performed by thirty vocalists from canoes provided by the Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club as the musical

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    Free
  • 12Jun
    EMMET COHEN B3 TRIO

    Multifaceted Emmet Cohen, is currently a Hammond B-3 organist-in-residence at Smoke on Wednesday nights at 11:30PM. Cohen has performed, recorded or collaborated with Christian McBride, Herlin Riley  Kurt Elling, Billy Hart, Jimmy Heath, Brian Lynch, Ali Jackson, Lea DeLaria, and many others.

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    11:30 PM
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    01:00 AM
    Free
  • 13Jun
    One For All

    Inspired by Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, One For All has been called “New York’s premier hard bop supergroup,” by JazzTimes.  Comprised of some of the most in-demand players in modern jazz, this band has managed to stay together for over 20 years Set Times: 7pm, 9pm & 10:30pm

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    11:30 PM
  • 14Jun
    One For All

    Inspired by Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, One For All has been called “New York’s premier hard bop supergroup,” by JazzTimes.  Comprised of some of the most in-demand players in modern jazz, this band has managed to stay together for over 20 years Set Times: 7pm, 9pm & 10:30pm

    TIME START
    07:00 PM
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    11:30 PM
  • 15Jun
    One For All

    Inspired by Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, One For All has been called “New York’s premier hard bop supergroup,” by JazzTimes.  Comprised of some of the most in-demand players in modern jazz, this band has managed to stay together for over 20 years Set Times: 7pm, 9pm & 10:30pm

    TIME START
    07:00 PM
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    11:30 PM
  • 13Jun
    ISAIAH J. THOMPSON QUARTET

    Isaiah J. Thompson is a jazz pianist, bandleader, and composer. He has performed with major artists including Christian McBride, Joe Farnsworth, Rodney Whitaker, and was featured on ‘Handful of Keys’ with the Jazz at Lincoln Center with Wynton Marsalis.

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    11:30 PM
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    01:00 AM
    Free
  • 14Jun
    THE MIDNIGHT SHOW WITH JOHNNY O’NEAL

    “…this fine pianist and singer is a throwback to the long-gone days when performers had to know any song that was thrown at them, and then toss it off with authority. He has built a coterie of devoted listeners entranced by his old-school erudition. O’Neal celebrates the release of his

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    11:30 PM
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    02:00 AM
    Free
  • 15Jun
    THE HARLEM SESSIONS HOSTED BY MARC CARY

    The Harlem Sessions began in 2015 as a performance jam session concept led by Harlem based artist and composer, Marc Cary. Recognizing that much of the innovation of jazz and ground broken came from the late-night jams and shed sessions in Harlem, Marc was inspired to reinvigorate this tradition.

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    11:30 PM
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    02:00 AM
    Free
  • 16Jun
    “SUNDAY SUPPER” WITH CYNTHIA SCOTT

    For three decades, the vocal artistry of multi-talented Arkansas-born vocalist Cynthia Scott has encompassed the swing of jazz, the soul of blues, R&B, and the sacred stirrings of gospel music. She is loved by musicians from Wynton Marsalis to Ray Charles Set times: 7pm, 9pm & 10:30pm

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  • 16Jun
    PUBLIC SOUND

    Quintet that features a handful of rising stars in the NYC Jazz scene.

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    11:30 PM
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    01:00 AM
    Free
  • 17Jun
    VINCENT HERRING QUARTET

    Long regarded as one of the foremost artists in jazz, Vincent Herring has performed with a veritable who’s who including Art Blakey, Horace Silver, Dizzy Gillespie, Freddie Hubbard, Donald Byrd, Jack DeJohnette, Cedar Walton and so many more. Set times: 7pm & 9pm

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    11:30 PM
  • 18Jun
    MIKE LEDONNE’S GROOVER QUARTET

    Hammond B3 master Mike LeDonne, who was nominated for Best Keyboard Artist 2012 by the prestigious Jazz Journalists Association, leads a jazz dream team of artists including saxophonist Eric Alexander, guitarist Peter Bernstein and drummer Joe Farnsworth Set times: 7pm, 9pm & 10:30pm

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  • 18Jun
    Broadway Buskers: Carner & Gregor

    Enjoy original music performed by Carner & Gregor. Their songs have been performed in thousands of venues around the world and have received 13 MAC nominations. Audiences can enjoy food and Happy Hour drinks while taking in the free concert in Times Square.

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    Free
  • 18Jun
    Broadway Buskers: Molly and the Memphis Thunder

    Enjoy original music performed by Lauren Elder and Friends. Lauren is an actress, singer-songwriter and world champion whistler living in New York City. Audiences can enjoy food and Happy Hour drinks while taking in the free concert in Times Square.

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    06:00 PM
    Free
  • 18Jun
    Broadway Buskers: Lauren Elder and Friends

    Enjoy original music performed by Lauren Elder and Friends. Lauren is an actress, singer-songwriter and world champion whistler living in New York City. Audiences can enjoy food and Happy Hour drinks while taking in the free concert in Times Square. 

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  • 13Jun
    Jazz in Times Square: Endea Owens and the Cookout featuring Shenel Johns

    Give your Thursday night a new rhythm as you head to the train or wait for a colleague to join you for dinner. Jazz at Lincoln Center brings the city’s hottest jazz bands to Broadway plaza, creating the feeling of an intimate club amidst the lights of Times Square.

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    07:00 PM
    Free
  • 25Jun
    Broadway Buskers: Alysha Umphress & Jeff Blumenkrantz

    Enjoy original music performed by Alysha Umphress and written by Jeff Blumenkrantz. Jeff received a Tony Award nomination as one of the co-writers of the score of Urban Cowboy. Audiences can enjoy food and Happy Hour drinks while taking in the free concert in Times Square.

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    Free
  • 27Jun
    Jazz in Times Square: Alexa Tarantino Quartet

    Give your Thursday night a new rhythm as you head to the train or wait for a colleague to join you for dinner. Jazz at Lincoln Center brings the city’s hottest jazz bands to Broadway plaza, creating the feeling of an intimate club amidst the lights of Times Square.

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    Free
  • 21Jun
    Collabarét PRIDE Showcase ‘Queens Come at Night’

    Join Collabarét at Nublu on Friday, June 21st to celebrate PRIDE through our themed showcase, Queens Come at Night. The evening will celebrate all things queer + those that do or don’t identify. Come as you are; painted in pizzazz, rocked out in rainbows, glittered in glam. A multi-genre experience where

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  • 21Jun
    MAKE MUSIC NEW YORK!

    This Friday, June 21st 3:30 to 6:30 it’s the show of the summer! Featuring our girl #poets, #MCs, #DJs, singers, dancers, step team & performances from @daiburger the Lynelle Whitchard Kids Ensemble @rkhty @_moonmoonmoo @revbillytalen & the jazz funk mastery of the Kim Clarke Trio.

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  • 18Jun
    Young Hero Presents: ALL OUT Treble Tuesdays

    Join us for a special World Pride edition of Treble Tuesdays celebrating LGBTQ talent and culture with immersive audience-driven performances. Sign up to get access to first release tickets + full lineup here: https://younghero.us/sign-up World Pride is all about celebrating what makes us unique. ALL OUT drives that point home with

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  • 04Jun
    #TrebleTuesdays

    #TrebleTuesdays is switching it up! Meet @jagermeisterusa and the Treble fam at @thefreehold for a spectacular show featuring @itsruthb who will be performing songs from her new EP, “Maybe I’ll Find You Again.” And it’s F R E E. https://www.instagram.com/p/ByIZQCBl6zU/

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  • 06Jun
    EVO Recordings Presents: Music Industry Mixer

    The music industry comes together in a Happy Hour style mixer and networking event. You’ll be able to meet people from different roles and responsibilities within the industry including, but not limited, to engineers, managers, songwriters, marketers, publishers, songwriters and artists.

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  • 06Jun
    Nona Hendryx and Vernon Reid

    The legendary Labelle singer is joined by the acclaimed Living Colour guitarist to kick off the summer with a joyful blend of soul, rock, and funk.

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  • 13Jun
    Ghost-Note

    Snarky Puppy’s Grammy-winning percussion duo Robert “Sput” Searight and Nate Werth provide the vibrant beats at the center of this seductive jazz funk-fusion band.

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  • 20Jun
    Roy Ayers

    The soul-jazz icon and acclaimed vibraphonist shares the soulful skills and feel-good vibes that make him a touchstone of R&B.

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  • 27Jun
    Phony Ppl / Conya Doss

    Five childhood friends from Crown Heights transform their love of classic hip-hop, 90s rap, and bossa nova into original, shape-shifting songs on the MetroTech stage, alongside indie soul-singer Conya Doss.

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  • 13Jun
    Rock and Roll Benefit for 44th Street Fire!

    A benefit for the Sunset Park 44th Street Fire Family Fund, featuring Antibodies 10:30p Shelter Dogs 10pm The Space Merchants-9:30pm Rancho Cowabunga – 9pm Feral Scouts -8:30p Pete Galub- 8pm Lester Luster and The Molasses Disaster-7:30p Raffle with cool prizes! $10

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  • 26Jun
    The Twotakes//Seven Year Witch//Jack & The Beanstalk//earthTone

    Seven Year Witch– 10:45 The Twotakes– 10:00 Jack & The Beanstalk– 9:15 earthTone– 8:30 $10

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  • 23Jun
    Miracle Sweepstakes, Oil Bay, Pennants, Red Wedding

    Miracle Sweepstakes Oil Bay Pennants Red Wedding Doors 8 pm $10 21+

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  • 08Jun
    The FREEDOM Project Album Release Party

    Come celebrate her debut EP at the Bowery Electric with Barbara B.   Other artist such as Valentino the poet, Michael Cyr, Edson Sean, and Mandella Eskia will be performing too! Dj Yung Blu will be making sure the dance floor stays busy! $10 in Advance / $15 At Door  

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  • 08Jun
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Presents: Ibeyi / Sudan Archives / Orion Sun

    AMERICAN EXPRESS WOMEN IN MUSIC SERIES As IBEYI, the French-Cuban twins Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Díaz send soaring liquid vocal harmonies over an “intoxicating blend of hip hop, electronica, and traditional Yoruba” (NPR) music. SUDAN ARCHIVES, another genre-defying musical alchemist, “transposes the bounce and swing of R&B and hip hop onto a

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  • 13Jun
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Presents: Benefit Concert: The National / Courtney Barnett

    No strangers to the Bandshell stage, The National returns for a benefit concert this year, along with indie rocker Courtney Barnett.

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  • 15Jun
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Presents: Rich Medina / Shareef Keyes & The Groove

    The Bandshell will turn into the biggest family dance party in Brooklyn with RICH MEDINA, “one of the most in-demand DJs out there, capable of turning any type of crowd into a frenzy” (Philly Voice) spinning grooves old and new, and local favorites SHAREEF KEYES & THE GROOVE, who have built a

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  • 19Jun
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Presents: Benefit Concert: Father John Misty / Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit / Jade Bird

    Indie rock and alt-country come together when singer-songwriters Father John Misty and Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit bring their co-headlining tour to the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival this summer. British singer-songwriter Jade Bird, described by Rolling Stone as “an indie-pop sensation with a punk edge,” opens the show.

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  • 20Jun
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Presents: Tank and the Bangas / Cory Henry & the Funk Apostles

    Fronted by the unstoppable slam poet and singer Tarriona “Tank” Ball and rolling out a joyous sound that’s equal parts funk, hip hop, gospel, and spoken word, TANK AND THE BANGAS “are #BlackExcellence, #BlackGirlMagic, and Sly and The Family Stone rolled up into one beautiful collective.” (Okayplayer) Brooklyn native CORY HENRY, a Snarky

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  • 21Jun
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Presents: Calexico and Iron & Wine / Adia Victoria

    CALEXICO and IRON & WINE’s collaborative record Years to Burn—the follow-up to their 2005 EP In the Reins, which was “rich and evocative, the lyrics poignant and probing” (No Depression)—drops on June 14, and the buzz is deafening. The two bands become one here to play music from both records, as well as from

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  • 22Jun
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Presents: Tortoise: TNT / Emily Wells with Metropolis Ensemble

    The legendary experimental rock band TORTOISE will play its “weirdly beautiful and impossible to pin down” (Pitchfork) 1998 masterpiece TNT start to finish. EMILY WELLS “works in the space between art-pop and neoclassical chamber music.” (New Sounds with John Schafer)

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  • 26Jun
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Presents: Chucho Valdés – Jazz Batá / Dafnis Prieto Si o Si Quartet

    Chucho Valdés, with last year’s Jazz Batá 2, “burnishes his stature as a towering Afro-Cuban pianist of our time.” (WBGO) He performs at the Bandshell along with Cuban percussionist Dafnis Prieto and his electrifying quartet.

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  • 27Jun
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Presents: Protoje / Jah9 / Yoga on Dub / DJ Top & MICRO DON Notch

    BUD LIGHT MUSIC SERIES Fronting his militant band Indiggnation, Protoje articulates the righteous anger of a generation, and he performs at the Bandshell alongside Jah9 and DJ Top Notch & MICRO DON. Plus a session of Yoga on Dub!

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  • 28Jun
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Presents: Celso Piña / Dos Santos / Riobamba

    The revolutionary singer, accordionist, and bandleader Celso Piña comes to the Bandshell, along with Chicago’s Dos Santos and Riobamba, the Brooklyn-based Ecuadorian-Lithuanian producer, DJ, and cultural activist.

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  • 29Jun
    BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Presents: Liz Phair / Ted Leo and the Pharmacists / Caroline Rose

    AMERICAN EXPRESS WOMEN IN MUSIC SERIES Liz Phair, whose influence on female voices in alternative music is still pronounced more than two decades after the release of Exile in Guyville, comes to the Bandshell with Ted Leo and the Pharmacists and Caroline Rose.

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  • 24Jun
    BOKU BAZAAR MUSIC FEST

    DANCE BATTLE AND LIVE PERFORMANCES A festival of theatrical performances within the Hip Hop Culture. Dedicated to bringing the 5 pillars together, Worldwide… BOKU BAZAAR – JUNE 24th, Brooklyn NY. Warriors, come out and Playaaayeeeeaaa!” THE WELL Address: 272 Meserole St, Brooklyn, NY 11206  L train to Montrose Avenue Station JUNE 24th,

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  • 19Jun
    Brooklyn Jazz Hall of Fame Juneteenth Ceremony

    This hall of fame ceremony posthumously inducts NEA Jazz Master Randy Weston. On a day of liberation and during a month-long celebration of Black music. The program weaves music genres, Afro-Caribbean, gospel, speaking-drum, and jazz to honor this international jazz icon. Tickets at Eventbrite.

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  • 07Jun
    Prince Birthday Dance Party: BRC’s 2nd Annual Purple Ball

    He was one of us, so, on what would have been his 61st birthday, the Black Rock Coalition is gonna dance on to remember Prince Rogers Nelson. Four solid hours of sweet, sweaty Paisley worship with DJ sets from Blak Emoji’s Kelsey Warren, Rimarkable, and more.

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  • 18Jun
    Tatiana Owens at The Shrine in Harlem, NY

    Tatiana Owens – funky, soulful R&B. Tatiana & her band bring their special “mash up” vibe to The Shrine in Harlem NYC “Trigger”(Tatiana Owens)/”Pappa Was A Rolling Stone” (The Temptations), “Can’t Lose” (Tatiana Owens)/”Kiss” (Prince) Tatiana welcomes all artist(s) at her open mic, singer/songwriter, story teller, folk music, R&B, hip

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  • 19Jun
    Tatiana Owens at The Groove in Greenwich Village

    Tatiana Owens brings her funky, soulful R&B to The Groove in Greenwich Village. Tatiana and her band perform Tatiana’s hit song “Trigger” from the television show Shameless on Showtime as well as R&B/funk/soul mash-ups. Tatiana may also “debut”  some music from her side project with actor/comedian Tracy Morgan.

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  • 06Jun
    Diversity and the Music Industry Panel

    On June 6th Diverse Representation presents a reception and panel discussion on diversity and the music industry. The panel features: Erika Stallings (Counsel, Broadcast Music, Inc.), Gerard Anthony (Counsel, AFROPUNK), Shante Bacon (Owner, One/35), Jackie Robinson (Attorney, Akerman LLP) and Naima Cochrane (Founder, #MusicSermon). Diverse Representation is a new platform

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  • 13Jun
    ROOTS ROCK REGGAE(Live Music)THURSDAYS

    Roots Rock Reggae Live Music Thursdays is a weekly Thursday night Live Reggae Music experience. The best New Reggae Music Introduced & Old Reggae Music Celebrated! Highlights: Live Reggae Band* Guest Artists & DJ’s *Reggae Arts* Culture* Fashion and much more! “Dis A Reggae Music”! All Inquiries send to: airmwanda@gmail.com

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  • 08Jun
    INTERLUDE+ 2019: COMMUNITY+

    An interactive zine workshop on community & representation in the music industry – with an exhibition hosted in a hidden storefront throughout June.

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  • 15Jun
    INTERLUDE+ 2019: New Ballroom, New History

    New Ballroom, New History with Skyshaker, DJ Delish, Capital Kaos, & Nunney Karma: Skyshaker of the Royal House of Labeija curates a vogue masterclass with the scene’s top dancers & DJs in a ballroom within the city’s historic LGBT center.

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  • 22Jun
    INTERLUDE+ 2019: Deconstructed, Track-by-Track

    Deconstructed: Track-by-Track with Tygapaw, Debit, & Splice. Renowned experimental dance producers break down their tracks stem-by-stem in an interactive workshop on musical production in an old piano factory.

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  • 29Jun
    INTERLUDE+ 2019: Lunchtable Conversations

    Lunchtable Conversations on Evolution & Identity with Kodie Shane & LE1F. Two rappers from different worlds come together to talk about their career-defining evolutions in identity, hosted over a PB&J lunch at Brooklyn’s premier design center.

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  • 07Jun
    Unplugged: Ali Dineen & Feral Foster with Special Guest Little Nora Brown

    Unplugged features intimate acoustic acts performed at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 3 Greenway Terrace, Friday evenings in June and July. Artists in June are curated by Brooklyn Americana Music and feature a range of Americana music including Folk, Country Blues, Old Time, Bluegrass, and Jazz. Ali Dineen & Feral Foster

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  • 14Jun
    Unplugged: Tim Grimm with Special Guest Linda McRae

    Unplugged features intimate acoustic acts performed at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 3 Greenway Terrace, Friday evenings in June and July. Artists in June are curated by Brooklyn Americana Music and feature a range of Americana music including Folk, Country Blues, Old Time, Bluegrass, and Jazz. Tim Grimm  in a rare

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  • 21Jun
    Unplugged: Queen Esther with Special Guests Jan Bell & The Maybelles

    Unplugged features intimate acoustic acts performed at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 3 Greenway Terrace, Friday evenings in June and July. Artists in June are curated by Brooklyn Americana Music and feature a range of Americana music including Folk, Country Blues, Old Time, Bluegrass, and Jazz. Queen Esther “Secrets do have

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  • 28Jun
    Unplugged: Will Scott & Charlie Burnham with Special Guest Greg Schätz

    Unplugged features intimate acoustic acts performed at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 3 Greenway Terrace, Friday evenings in June and July. Artists in June are curated by Brooklyn Americana Music and feature a range of Americana music including Folk, Country Blues, Old Time, Bluegrass, and Jazz. Will Scott Will Scott is

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  • 03Jun
    Sing for Hope Pianos Official Unveiling

    Celebrate the official unveiling of the 2019 Sing for Hope Pianos on Monday, June 3rd, beginning at 12:00 p.m., at Fosun Plaza at 28 Liberty in New York City. The festivities will include all 50 artist-designed pianos in one place, available for all to play, as well as pop-up performances

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  • 01Jun
    Jazz Concert: Eddie Allen

    Join NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America for a live jazz concert with Eddie Allen; trumpeter, composer, arranger, author, and educator, known for his versatility. He has worked with legends like Art Blakey, Bette Midler, Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, T.S. Monk, and Kool & the

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  • 07Jun
    The Sound of Disco

    Join us for an evening of dance, fitness, and fun. Enjoy the sounds and songs of the 70’s and 80’s followed by a 70’s dance contest.

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  • 14Jun
    Jazz Concert: Ed Cherry Trio

    Join us for a live jazz concert with Ed Cherry. With half a dozen albums under his name, he is in high demand, especially since his two recent releases with Posi-Tone. This show features Kyle Koehler on organ and Anwar Marshall on drums.

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  • 14Jun
    Jazz Concert: Ed Cherry Trio

    Join us for a live jazz concert with Ed Cherry. With half a dozen albums under his name, he is in high demand, especially since his two recent releases with Posi-Tone. This show features Kyle Koehler on organ and Anwar Marshall on drums.

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  • 15Jun
    Tonight We Dance: A Night of Jazz and Swing!

    Join us for a night of swing, dance and live jazz! Enjoy dancing with The Harlem Swing Dance Society and Harlem Renaissance Orchestra. Wear your best white outfit, share stories and listen to the music reminiscent of the Big Band Era.

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  • 21Jun
    Latin Summer Night

    Join us for the celebration of Music Month. This June we will enjoy an evening of Latin Dance where we will learn a variety of Latin dance including Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, and Cha-cha-cha.

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  • 27Jun
    Step Into Dancing

    Join us for an evening of both old school and modern line dance. In addition to line dancing, there will be some Western-style square dances. Have fun and meet new people as you dance the night away.

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  • 20Jun
    8th Annual Libera Awards

    The Libera Awards are the largest Independent music award show in the world, celebrating the successes of the independent music community from the creators and artists to the professionals putting the music on the forefront of our culture.

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  • 22Jun
    Spencer Krug in the Round with Light Conductor

    After fifteen years of writing and performing with projects like Wolf Parade, Sunset Rubdown, Moonface, Swan Lake, and Frog eyes, this prolific artist has finally decided to release and tour the music he makes under his own name – Spencer Krug. First gaining attention in the mid 2000s as co-leader

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  • 26Jun
    Joep Beving

    Henosis is the title of Joep Beving’s newest solo album, released on April 5, 2019. It is his third solo album and the final piece of a trilogy. This trilogy started in 2015 when he released his piano album Solipsism independently. For his sophomore album Prehension from 2017, he signed a record deal with the

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  • 26Jun
    Prefuse 73

    Prefuse 73 is the foremost alias of Guillermo Scott Herren, a producer and musician whose novel approach to hip-hop production helped bridge the ’90s output of the Mo’ Wax label to the following decade’s Los Angeles beat scene. Starting with albums such as Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives (2001) and

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  • 27Jun
    Runnin’ On Empty with Yotam and Lisa

    Runnin’ on Empty is a monthly stand-up show with nothing to lose! The show features a mix of pros and up-and-comers, from people who last performed on Conan to people who last performed to three tumbleweeds. To be fair, those tumbleweeds hadn’t laughed that hard in years. Join us at

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  • 27Jun
    Uranium Club with Pinnochio and Nandas

    You’re being urgently, naughtily rushed up the tallest, steepest stairs you’ve ever climbed. Smile cautiously as the Uranium Club welcomes you into their stinky apartment. You’ve been here before, right? Oh, that must have been someone else. Do you have a brother or sister? One of the members mumbles some

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  • 27Jun
    Donna Grantis

    Canadian guitarist Donna Grantis leads a five-piece group that is wholly unique in today’s music scene. Backed by an acclaimed rhythm section, Donna’s incendiary guitar playing is highlighted against the percussive tabla rhythms of guru Suphala to create a sound described by The Minneapolis Star Tribune as, “New millennium jazz-rock

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  • 28Jun
    LPR Presents: Natural Velvet with Piss Priest and the Rizzos

    Natural Velvet is Corynne Ostermann (bass, vocals), Greg Hatem (drums), Spike Arreaga (guitar) and Kim Te (guitar). The post-punk quartet is known in their native Baltimore for a distinct sound that is both aggressive and catchy. Framed by washing guitars, vocals that alternately howl and harmonize, and throbbing drum sounds,

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  • 29Jun
    CEG Presents: Denizen with the New Tarot & the US Americans

    Cousins Dave Schafer and Pete Vale bore the idea of forming a rock band late in 2011 as a therapeutic release from the pressurized day to day of New York City living. Adding on bass guitarist Andrew Wilkes, drummer Ben Selznick, and keyboard player James Gettinger, the band was complete

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  • 30Jun
    LPR Presents: Crime Junkie Podcast Live

    You’ve said it before: Crime Junkie feels like you are sitting in a room with your best friends Ashley & Brit talking about true crime. Now is your chance to do that for real! For four days only, Ashley & Brit are bringing you a never before told case. You’ll

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  • 11Jun
    NYMM: Make it Live: A Practical Approach to Getting Gigs in NYC and Touring

    The live music market in New York City and the United States offer a wide range of opportunities for concerts and tours for a wide variety of musicians. This highly informative session provides participants with practical knowledge of how booking and touring works, the clubs network that exists for independent

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  • 21Jun
    How to Make Money with Music: Seminar

    Long-time industry professionals, Electronic Musician Magazine columnists, and authors Randy Chertkow and Jason Feehan take musicians step-by-step through proven techniques for establishing steady revenue streams in today’s music business. This seminar covers how to tap and boost over 40 revenue streams while minimizing the money they spend. This includes 17

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  • 23Jun
    NYMM: How to Make Money in Music Seminar and Workshop – Workshop

    Bring your ​laptop, tablet, or phone to this hands-on workshop with ​actionable ​steps for musician audience members to add revenue streams in real-time, right there during the talk. ​Through a series of 5-10 minute labs and an electronic ​Making Money With Music​ ​Revenue Stream Worksheet Packet​ providing links, resources, and

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  • 19Jun
    Sound Thinking NYC Career and College Expo at Viacom

    The STNYC Expo invites middle and high school students to explore how to turn a passion for music into a possible college and career path, especially in music production. The Expo will spotlight NYC’s vibrant music scene, music/arts organizations, and educational institutions.

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  • 04Jun
    NYMM Conference: Innovation at the Intersection of Music + Tech

    On June 4, as a part of New York Music Month, join us to hear from innovators and companies at the intersection of music and tech. New York City’s music ecosystem supports 60,000 jobs, $5 billion in wages, and $21 billion in economic output. More music related digital services companies

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  • 01Jun
    Teen Daze

    Teen Daze with Instupendo

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  • 05Jun
    Shane Koyczan

    In a realm where poets rarely intersect with stardom, the Opening Ceremonies for the 2010 Winter Olympics introduced us to Shane Koyczan. With a collective “wow” across Canada and beyond, we found the poet of our generation. And we weren’t even looking for one. The world took notice when Shane’s

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  • 07Jun
    LPR Presents: Dead Meadow with Dommengang

    Dead Meadow formed in 1998 with Jason Simon on vocals and guitar, Steve Kille on bass, and Mark Laughlin on drums. They began to combine 70s hard rock and 60s psychedelic rock with far out and sometimes mystically minded lyrical themes occasionally even hinting at the obscure genius H. P.

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  • 08Jun
    Rhythm Revue Retro Soul and Dance Party

    Rhythm Revue dance parties are New York’s biggest and longest-running classic soul dances. They’ve filled Resorts World NYC, Roseland Ballroom, Nokia Theater, Irving Plaza, Highline Ballroom, Hammerstein Ballroom, B.B. King’s, the Hornblower yachts, NJPAC, the Terrace Ballroom and other venues in the metro area since 1991.

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  • 12Jun
    Flor De Toloache

    Latin Grammy® winning, New York-based all-female ensemble and beloved press-darlings, Flor de Toloache continue to win the hearts of both progressive and traditional mariachi music fans alike through their distinct artistic vision and sophisticated, enlightened interpretation of traditional mariachi instruments. The female quartet’s diverse ethnicities and musical backgrounds have also

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  • 13Jun
    LPR Presents: Cheick Hamala Diabaté with dj henri

    Washington may be chock-a-block with lobbyists and consultants, but only one of them rocks the n’goni, the West African plucked lute covered with animal skin. He advises presidents and the World Bank. He’s played for everyone from a struggling couple trying to save their marriage, to the U.S. Congress. He’s

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  • 13Jun
    Aged Inventory- A Benefit for Greenwich Village Little League

    Aged Inventory was formed by a group of employees at Credit Suisse to play at the company holiday party 14 years ago.  Since then, the band has played over 60 shows raising nearly two million dollars for over a dozen charitable causes.

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  • 14Jun
    Swamp Dogg

    “Swamp Dogg is a national treasure.” – Swamp Dogg In 1970 the Southern soul music maverick Jerry Williams, Jr. made the most radical move of his career. Frustrated with music business politics Williams reinvented himself as Swamp Dogg, an irreverent anti-hero smashing the conventions of commercial R&B music. Swamp Dogg’s

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  • 15Jun
    A Night of Tarab with Yousef Shamon and Tarab Ensemble

    The concert will feature Muwashshahat and Qudud Halabiyya as well as renditions of Arabic Tarab songs originally performed by Umm Kulthum, Mohammed ‘Abd Al-Wahab, Asmahan and Abdel Halim Hafez, among many others. The concert will also feature more contemporary Arabic Tarab songs as well as vocal and instrumental improvisations. This

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  • 19Jun
    Earth with Helms Alee

    Earth is an American musical group based in Seattle, Washington, formed in 1990 and led by guitarist Dylan Carlson. Earth’s music is mostly instrumental, and can be divided into two distinct stages. Their early work grew out of the Seattle-area grunge scene and is recognized as pioneering the genre of

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  • 19Jun
    Kishi Bashi “Omoiyari” Intimate Album Release Show

    Imagine being forced from your home. Imagine being sent to a prison camp with no trial, and no promise of release. Imagine all this happened simply because of the language you speak, the shade of your skin, or the roots of your family tree. For over 120,000 Japanese-Americans this was

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  • 20Jun
    LPR Presents: Nakhane with The Illustrious Blacks

    One of the glorious things about pop music is the way that singular talents can come from anywhere – and 2018 will be made infinitely more interesting by the arrival of Nakhane. Born 30 years ago in Alice, a small town on the eastern Cape of South Africa, Nakhane has

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  • 01Jun
    NYMM: Harlem Renaissance Walking Tour

    Take a two-hour historical, architectural, and musical tour of the Harlem Renaissance with The Levys’ Unique New York! Tour Guides.

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  • 08Jun
    NYMM: Harlem Renaissance Walking Tour

    Take a two-hour historical, architectural, and musical tour of the Harlem Renaissance with The Levys’ Unique New York! Tour Guides.

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  • 15Jun
    NYMM: Harlem Renaissance Walking Tour

    Take a two-hour historical, architectural, and musical tour of the Harlem Renaissance with The Levys’ Unique New York! Tour Guides.

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    Free
  • 22Jun
    NYMM: Harlem Renaissance Walking Tour

    Take a two-hour historical, architectural, and musical tour of the Harlem Renaissance with The Levys’ Unique New York! Tour Guides.

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  • 29Jun
    NYMM: Harlem Renaissance Walking Tour

    Take a two-hour historical, architectural, and musical tour of the Harlem Renaissance with The Levys’ Unique New York! Tour Guides.

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  • 22Jun
    NYMM: Harlem Renaissance Walking Tour

    Take a two-hour historical, architectural, and musical tour of the Harlem Renaissance with The Levys’ Unique New York! Tour Guides.

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  • 08Jun
    NYMM: South Bronx Latin Music Walking Tours

    This tour with folklorist Elena Martinez will explore the Hunts Point/Longwood neighborhoods in the Bronx where many Latin music performers lived and worked. Along the way, we’ll point out the dance clubs, theaters and social clubs where the music was performed and flourished.

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  • 29Jun
    NYMM: South Bronx Latin Music Walking Tours

    This tour with folklorist Elena Martinez will explore the Hunts Point/Longwood neighborhoods in the Bronx where many Latin music performers lived and worked. Along the way, we’ll point out the dance clubs, theaters and social clubs where the music was performed and flourished.

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  • 02Jun
    NYMM: New York City’s Punk and Classic Rock Music History Walking Tour

    Interested in learning about the exciting history of Rock ’n’ Roll, Folk, Blues, and Punk Music in New York City? This 2-hour walking tour with The Levys’ Unique New York! kicks off at the Washington Square arch and takes you through Greenwich Village, East Village and over to the Bowery.

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  • 09Jun
    NYMM: New York City’s Punk and Classic Rock Music History Walking Tour

    Interested in learning about the exciting history of Rock ’n’ Roll, Folk, Blues, and Punk Music in New York City? This 2-hour walking tour with The Levys’ Unique New York! kicks off at the Washington Square arch and takes you through Greenwich Village, East Village and over to the Bowery.

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  • 16Jun
    NYMM: New York City’s Punk and Classic Rock Music History Walking Tour

    Interested in learning about the exciting history of Rock ’n’ Roll, Folk, Blues, and Punk Music in New York City? This 2-hour walking tour with The Levys’ Unique New York! kicks off at the Washington Square arch and takes you through Greenwich Village, East Village and over to the Bowery.

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    Free
  • 23Jun
    NYMM: New York City’s Punk and Classic Rock Music History Walking Tour

    Interested in learning about the exciting history of Rock ’n’ Roll, Folk, Blues, and Punk Music in New York City. This 2-hour walking tour with The Levys’ Unique New York! kicks off at the Washington Square arch and takes you through Greenwich Village, East Village and over to the Bowery

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  • 30Jun
    NYMM: New York City’s Punk and Classic Rock Music History Walking Tour

    Interested in learning about the exciting history of Rock ’n’ Roll, Folk, Blues, and Punk Music in New York City. This 2-hour walking tour with The Levys’ Unique New York! kicks off at the Washington Square arch and takes you through Greenwich Village, East Village and over to the Bowery.

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  • 01Jun
    NYMM: Morrisania Musical Legacy Bronx Walking Tours

    The Morrisania neighborhood was the home to many jazz musicians and was also one of the
 cradles of Hip hop in the Bronx. This walking tour will explore the jazz, doo-wop, Latin music and hip hop history of the neighborhood as well as its social history from the fires that

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  • 15Jun
    NYMM: Morrisania Musical Legacy Bronx Walking Tours

    The Morrisania neighborhood was the home to many jazz musicians and was also one of the
 cradles of Hip hop in the Bronx. This walking tour will explore the jazz, doo-wop, Latin music and hip hop history of the neighborhood as well as its social history from the fires that

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  • 07Jun
    CityFM Radio and Podcast Show

    Join us as we explore New York City’s music, its musicians, musical communities and cultural histories, opening listeners up to the experiences that are part of the Big Apple’s rich fabric.

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  • 14Jun
    CityFM Radio and Podcast Show

    Join us as we explore New York City’s music, its musicians, musical communities and cultural histories, opening listeners up to the experiences that are part of the Big Apple’s rich fabric.

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    12:00 PM
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    01:00 PM
    Free
  • 21Jun
    CityFM Radio and Podcast Show

    Join us as we explore New York City’s music, its musicians, musical communities and cultural histories, opening listeners up to the experiences that are part of the Big Apple’s rich fabric.

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    12:00 PM
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    01:00 PM
    Free
  • 29Jun
    CityFM Radio and Podcast Show

    Join us as we explore New York City’s music, its musicians, musical communities and cultural histories, opening listeners up to the experiences that are part of the Big Apple’s rich fabric.

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    01:00 PM
    Free
  • 07Jun
    Jazz Concert: Annette St. John

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun presents Annette St. John in concert. Born and raised in Harlem, Annette St. John grew up in a very artistic family that influenced her musical style: equal parts jazz, blues, standards and gospel.  In partnership with the Jazz Foundation of America.

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  • 30Jun
    Songathon Performance

    Songathon is the 24-Hour Songwriting Competition that brings together talented songwriters for an exciting weekend of competition, collaboration, and mentorship by respected members of the music industry. During Songathon, songwriters are given 24 hours to write a song that is then performed live for an audience of music lovers, who

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York

    Make Music New York celebrates the skills and passions of local NYC musicians, connects New Yorkers to their communities and with each other, and energizes the shared social spaces that make NYC a cultural capital. Join in the annual flagship Summer Solstice celebrations on June 21st–the longest day of the

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  • 15Jun
    NYMM Concert Series | Uptown Vinyl Supreme, a DJ Collective, Ana Garcia, DJ Perly and Grandmaster Caz

    The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Parks have teamed up to present a new series of concerts in Bronx and Queens parks to celebrate New York Music Month! Ranging from Caribbean music to Latin to rock and roll, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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  • 01Jun
    NYMM Concert Series | The Dirty Sock Funtime Band, and Alex and the Kaleidoscope

    The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Parks have teamed up to present a new series of concerts in Bronx and Queens parks to celebrate New York Music Month! Ranging from Caribbean music to Latin to rock and roll, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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  • 09Jun
    NYMM Concert Series | British Dependency, Mr. Kool, and Paul Brown

    The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Parks have teamed up to present a new series of concerts in Bronx and Queens parks to celebrate New York Music Month! Ranging from Caribbean music to Latin to rock and roll, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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  • 07Jun
    NYMM Concert Series | Orquesta Afinke

    The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Parks have teamed up to present a new series of concerts in Bronx and Queens parks to celebrate New York Music Month! Ranging from Caribbean music to Latin to rock and roll, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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  • 22Jun
    NYMM Concert Series | Yasser Tejeda

    The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Parks have teamed up to present a new series of concerts in Bronx and Queens parks to celebrate New York Music Month! Ranging from Caribbean music to Latin to rock and roll, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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  • 22Jun
    NYMM Concert Series | The History of Rock and Roll Band

    The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Parks have teamed up to present a new series of concerts in Bronx and Queens parks to celebrate New York Music Month! Ranging from Caribbean music to Latin to rock and roll, there is something for everyone to enjoy

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  • 29Jun
    NYMM Concert Series | Therapi Band

    The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Parks have teamed up to present a new series of concerts in Bronx and Queens parks to celebrate New York Music Month! Ranging from Caribbean music to Latin to rock and roll, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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    Free
  • 29Jun
    NYMM Concert Series | Disco Unlimited

    The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Parks have teamed up to present a new series of concerts in Bronx and Queens parks to celebrate New York Music Month! Ranging from Caribbean music to Latin to rock and roll, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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  • 01Jun
    Lane 8

    With guests Ben Bohmer & Enamour  

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    11:30 PM
  • 01Jun
    MattyB

    Featuring the Haschak Sisters

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  • 01Jun
    Bikini Kill

    With guest Sammus

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  • 01Jun
    WFUV.Presents Glen Hansard

    This show is All Ages

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    10:00 PM
  • 01Jun
    The Happy Fits

    With Guests Kid Brother 16+

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  • 01Jun
    Loud & Live and Move Concerts: Pedro Capo

    16+

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  • 04Jun
    One Nation Under a Grove – Farewell Tour 2019: George Glinton & Parliament Funkadelic

    With Galactic, Fishbone, Dumpstaphunk & Miss Velvet All Ages

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  • 04Jun
    Bikini Kill

    With Pinocchio All Ages

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    11:00 PM
  • 04Jun
    Ages and Ages

    With Kyle Emerson 21+

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    11:30 PM
  • 05Jun
    Bikini Kill

    With Gauche All Ages

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    11:00 PM
  • 06Jun
    Empire of the Sun

    16+

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    11:00 PM
  • 06Jun
    Middle Kids

    16+

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    09:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 06Jun
    Bedouine

    21+

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    09:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 07Jun
    Empire of the Sun

    16+

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    08:00 PM
  • 07Jun
    Empire of the Sun

    16+

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    08:00 PM
  • 07Jun
    Alexisonfire

    With ANGEL DU$T All Ages

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    11:00 PM
  • 07Jun
    Samia

    With Indigo De Souza 18+

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    08:30 PM
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    11:30 PM
  • 07Jun
    Local Natives

    With Middle Kids 16+  

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    11:00 PM
  • 08Jun
    Alexisonfire

    With DRUG CHURCH All Ages

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    11:00 PM
  • 08Jun
    Empire of the Sun

    16+

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    11:00 PM
  • 08Jun
    Machine Gun Kelly

    16+

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 09Jun
    Beach House

    16+

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 10Jun
    Beach House

    16+

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    11:00 PM
  • 11Jun
    New Found Glory

    With Real Friends, The Early November, Doll Skin

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    10:00 PM
  • 11Jun
    Pink Sweat$

    16+

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    11:00 PM
  • 08Jun
    NYMM Concert Series | Bobby Sanabria

    The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Parks have teamed up to present a new series of concerts in Bronx and Queens parks to celebrate New York Music Month! Ranging from Caribbean music to Latin to rock and roll, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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    Free
  • 11Jun
    SYML

    With Fleurie

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    11:00 PM
  • 12Jun
    The National

    With Courtney Barnett All Ages

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    07:00 PM
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    10:00 PM
  • 12Jun
    Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real

    16+

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    11:00 PM
  • 12Jun
    Move Forward Music Presents TOBi

    16+

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    11:00 PM
  • 13Jun
    The National

    With Courtney Barnett All Ages

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    10:00 PM
  • 13Jun
    Nails

    With Misery Index; Devourment; Outer Heaven 18+    

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    10:00 PM
  • 13Jun
    Howard Jones

    With Men Without Hats, All Hail The Silence 16+

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    11:00 PM
  • 13Jun
    Feed Me

    With Black Gummy 16+

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    11:00 PM
  • 13Jun
    Mystic Braves

    21+

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    09:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 14Jun
    Real Estate

    16+

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    09:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 14Jun
    Ikebe Shakedown 10 Year Anniversary + Kings Left Behind LP Release Show

    With Special Guests Say She She 21+  

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    09:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 14Jun
    The Specials

    With L.A. Salami 16+

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    09:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 15Jun
    Madison House Presents: Death Cab For Cutie

    With Jenny Lewis

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    06:30 PM
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    10:00 PM
  • 15Jun
    Snarky Puppy

    16+

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 15Jun
    Sweet Spirit

    with High Waisted; Spiral Heads

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    08:30 PM
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    11:30 PM
  • 15Jun
    City of the Sun

    with Fruit & Flowers 16+

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    09:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 16Jun
    DaBaby

    16+

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 17Jun
    Maverick Sabre

    18+

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 18Jun
    Night Moves

    21+

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 19Jun
    WFUV Presents: Father John Misty & Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

    With Jade Bird All Ages

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    06:30 PM
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    10:00 PM
  • 19Jun
    Dido 6/19

    with Jack Savoretti All Ages

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    07:00 PM
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    10:00 PM
  • 19Jun
    A R I Z O N A

    With morgxn 16+

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    11:00 PM
  • 19Jun
    Dylan LeBlanc

    21+

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    11:00 PM
  • 20Jun
    Khruangbin

    with Connan Mockasin and Kikagaku Moyo All Ages

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    10:00 PM
  • 20Jun
    Letterkenny Live

    16+

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    10:00 PM
  • 20Jun
    Lauren Daigle

    Lauren Daigle @ Radio City Music Hall

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    10:00 PM
  • 20Jun
    Cuco

    With Triathlon 16+

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 20Jun
    X Ambassadors

    with Your Smith 16+

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 20Jun
    Ocean Alley

    with Ruby Waters 18+

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    09:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 20Jun
    Letterkenny Live

    16+

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    10:00 PM
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    11:30 PM
  • 21Jun
    SOAK.

    with Fenne Lily 18+

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    09:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 21Jun
    SOAK.

    with Fenne Lily 18+

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    11:00 PM
  • 21Jun
    Titus Andronicus – An Obelisk LP Release Show

    16+

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    11:00 PM
  • 22Jun
    ALT 92.3 Summer Open : The Lumineers

    with The Revivalists, Sharon Van Etten, Catfish and the Bottlemen, and Matt Maeson

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    08:00 PM
  • 22Jun
    Jawbox

    with LAPeCHE 16+

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 22Jun
    Culture Abuse

    18+

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    09:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 23Jun
    ALT 92.3 Summer Open: The Head and The Heart

    with Young the Giant, Fitz & The Tantrums, A Special Acoustic Performance by Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional, and Smith & Thell

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    09:00 PM
  • 23Jun
    The Ocean Blue

    21+

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 23Jun
    Little Simz

    18+

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    08:30 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 24Jun
    Houses

    21+

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    08:30 PM
    TIME END
    11:00 PM
  • 25Jun
    Leif Vollebekk

    21+

    TIME START
    07:00 PM
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    10:00 PM
  • 26Jun
    The Babe Rainbow: Earth is an Egg, Don’t Frack It Tour

    with Tim Hill 18+  

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    09:00 PM
    TIME END
    11:00 PM
  • 27Jun
    Jordan Rakei

    18+

    TIME START
    09:00 PM
    TIME END
    11:00 PM
  • 28Jun
    Trixie & Katya Take World Pride

    All Ages

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 28Jun
    Great Good Fine Ok

    18+

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    09:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 29Jun
    Ty Sunderland Presents: Devil’s Playground

    21+

    TIME START
    10:00 PM
    TIME END
    11:30 PM
  • 30Jun
    Little Tybee

    with ROTEM; Adam Neely’s JAZZSCHOOL 21+

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    08:00 PM
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    11:00 PM
  • 07Jun
    International Musical Sensation Kaia Kater at Flushing Town Hall

    Kaia Kater was born of African-Caribbean descent in Quebec, and her original music is influenced by the Canadian folk music of her parents and the years she studied and performance Appalachian music in West Virginia. Her songs are fueled by her rich tenor vocals, jazz-influenced instrumentation, and beautifully understated banjo

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  • 14Jun
    Kabir Cafe

    As the pioneers of Kabir Rock, Kabir Cafe is on a quest to ensure the verses of 15th century mystic poet-saint Kabir are accessible through contemporary music to the rest of the world. Kabir Cafe’s music reflects the universality of their namesake by integrating his timeless words with the vibrancy

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  • 21Jun
    Queens Jazz Orchestra: It Ain’t Over Yet

    This concert is the title of QJO’s Music Director Jimmy Heath’s latest big band album “It Aint Over Yet”, a testimony to his life and long legacy of great music. The compositions are all arranged by Jimmy Heath for this 17-piece big band and will span the corridors of his

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  • 22Jun
    World Refugee Day Concert

    On June 22, in celebration of World Refugee Day, dozens of musicians from all over the world will perform both traditional and contemporary music.

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    06:00 PM
    Free
  • 21Jun
    Carnegie Hall Concerts | Jayme Stone’s Folklife

    Jayme Stone bridges folk, jazz, and chamber music as he celebrates the banjo’s historic role in music around the world. Stone is an eclectic musician who has performed with such diverse artists as Malian kora master Mansa Sissoko (a recorded collaboration that earned Canada’s JUNO Award), former Carolina Chocolate Drop

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    Free
  • 22Jun
    Carnegie Hall Concerts | Birds of Chicago

    Birds of Chicago—husband-and-wife team JT Nero and Allison Russell—has been making soulful, heartfelt music since 2012. In Nero’s words, the duo’s self-described “secular gospel” songs open up “channels of love.” Birds of Chicago’s voices—Nero’s gritty and Russell’s smooth—blend beautifully and recall country blues, doo-wop, and classic soul. The pair’s newest

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    05:00 PM
    Free
  • 22Jun
    Carnegie Hall Concerts | Studio 57 Live Concert

    Studio 57 is an open, teen-driven space that includes opportunities to join an artistic community of peers, work side-by-side with professional musicians, and participate in monthly concerts. Teens ages 14–19 (high school and up) from across NYC gather to choose their own musical adventure. Studio 57 is free, and MetroCards

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Past Events

  • 03Jun
    Concert: Durieux

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Bronx Council on the Arts presents Durieux.  Durieux is a self-taught singer-songwriter from the Bronx, NY, who’s sound blends elements of Alternative Rock, Funk, and Soul. He’s a storyteller and a performer that writes his music, from the heart, based on experiences

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  • 03Jun
    Concert: George Braith

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America present George Braith.  A true original, saxophonist George Braith has brightened jazz with his innovations–from his classic 1960s recordings for Blue Note and Prestige, to his 1970s presentations at the lower Manhattan club Musart, which he ran, to

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  • 03Jun
    Five Boroughs Music Festival Presents the Harlem Chamber Players

    5BMF’s 2021-2022 Season closes with two performances by members of the HARLEM CHAMBER PLAYERS, true pillars of the Uptown music scene whose brilliant, innovative programs have served a loyal following of music lovers in Harlem and beyond for nearly 15 years. The members of HCP’s string quartet will perform a

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  • 03Jun
    Global Roots: Mi Alma, Mi Voz, Mi Corazón: A Journey Through Argentinian and Armenian Folk and Popular Song

    Ranging from folk tunes to tangos to classical arrangements, this program will explore Argentinian and Armenian music through the medium of Baroque instruments. Join us for this intercultural dialogue across the ages, featuring Armenian-Argentinian American mezzo-soprano, Solange Merdinian.

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  • 03Jun
    MGMT DJ Series Returns to Schimanski on 6/3

    Andrew VanWyngarden of MGMT, aka DJ Neat Freak, will return to Schimanski for a Summer of Schimanski DJ series! On Friday, June 3rd, dance to a special DJ set by MGMT’s Andrew Van Wyngarden! DJ Neat Freak will curate a series of shows at Schimanski over the summer, returning on

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  • 03Jun
    MGMT DJ Series Returns to Schimanski on 6/3

    Andrew VanWyngarden of MGMT, aka DJ Neat Freak, will return to Schimanski for a Summer of Schimanski DJ series! On Friday, June 3rd, dance to a special DJ set by MGMT’s Andrew Van Wyngarden! DJ Neat Freak will curate a series of shows at Schimanski over the summer, returning on

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  • 04Jun
    Five Boroughs Music Festival Presents the Harlem Chamber Players

    5BMF’s 2021-2022 Season closes with two performances by members of the HARLEM CHAMBER PLAYERS, true pillars of the Uptown music scene whose brilliant, innovative programs have served a loyal following of music lovers in Harlem and beyond for nearly 15 years. The members of HCP’s string quartet will perform a

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  • 04Jun
    Global Roots: Mi Alma, Mi Voz, Mi Corazón: A Journey Through Argentinian and Armenian Folk and Popular Song

    Ranging from folk tunes to tangos to classical arrangements, this program will explore Argentinian and Armenian music through the medium of Baroque instruments. Join us for this intercultural dialogue across the ages, featuring Armenian-Argentinian American mezzo-soprano, Solange Merdinian.

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  • 04Jun
    FRANCE ROCKS SUMMER FEST

    The largest festival of Francophone music in the U.S., France Rocks Summer Fest highlights the rich diversity of music from these countries featuring Free and Ticketed concerts across 25 New York venues. The festival presents a high-profile lineup of diverse artists for a series of concerts showcasing the best of

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  • 04Jun
    REVIVAL REGGAE dance party

    REVIVAL REGGAE dance party, a new beginning  Featuring DJ JASE & POINTBLANK SOUND + Jamaica & NYC’s Top Reggae DJs EARLY BIRD TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE! DOORS OPEN: 10:00pm to 4:00am EVENT INFORMATION LINE: 212-301-6650 LOCATION: Gaia NoMaya 510 Flatbush Ave Brooklyn (bet Empire Blvd / Lincoln Road) Prospect Lefferts

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  • 05Jun
    Global Roots: Mi Alma, Mi Voz, Mi Corazón: A Journey Through Argentinian and Armenian Folk and Popular Song

    Ranging from folk tunes to tangos to classical arrangements, this program will explore Argentinian and Armenian music through the medium of Baroque instruments. Join us for this intercultural dialogue across the ages, featuring Armenian-Argentinian American mezzo-soprano, Solange Merdinian.

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  • 05Jun
    Everybody LES Culture Mash Music Fest

    MOMENT NYC & Subterra present: Frank London’s Bagels & Bongos, Arthur Kill + Xi Feng, Momento Rumbero, Faith NYC, Subterra Soundsystem, members of Groove Collective, jam, and oral history. DROM 85 Ave A nyc

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  • 07Jun
    National Sawdust Gala Series – House Party: Forró Forever

    Celebrate the National Sawdust belief that artistic and musical expression helps us all create a more joyful and just world. This intimate evening of music, dance, food, and community is curated by Karen Wong and celebrates the Brazilian music and dance genre of forró.

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  • 08Jun
    BRIC! Celebrate Brooklyn

    The 2022 season of the free festival will kick off at 8:00pm on Wednesday, June 8th (doors open at 6:00pm) with Kamasi Washington as the headliner, DJ Reborn and Ravyn Lenae as openers. For more information on artist lineup, tickets and more, visit bricartsmedia.org/bcb.

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  • 08Jun
    The Legendary RAKIM w/ special guest RAVI COLTRANE. World Premiere.

    Sony presents Blue Note Jazz Festival Jill Newman Productions Presents The Legendary RAKIM with special guest RAVI COLTRANE. World Premiere Wed June 8, 2022 Sony Hall, NYC @thegodrakim @officialrakimallah @ravicoltrane www.ravicoltrane.com www.sonyhall.com @sonyhall Jill Newman Productions Website Facebook Instagram Twitter

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  • 09Jun
    Jerron Herman and Molly Joyce: Left and Right with an opening performance by Val-Inc

    A part of The Future Is… Festival: Featuring contributions from Brandon Kazen-Maddox, Max Greyson and Austin Regan with an opening performance by Val-Inc aka Val Jeanty (2022 Toulmin Fellow at National Sawdust and Center for Ballet and the Arts) and Jean Appolon: Pozesyon. Left and Right is a collaboration between composer/performer

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  • 10Jun
    Concert: Retumba

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America presents Retumba, a multi-ethnic, all-female Afro-Caribbean dance and percussion ensemble whose electrifying presentations have been heard throughout the United States for almost 30 years. Retumba interweaves the dynamic power of Caribbean polyrhythms with the drama and excitement of

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  • 10Jun
    ChamberQUEER Festival – Opening Night

    A part of The Future Is… Festival: ChamberQUEER 2022 opens their two-show engagement at National Sawdust on June 10 by drawing centuries of music into conversation – juxtaposing boundary-breaking Renaissance nuns with the voices of three fantastic emerging composers drawn from their 2020 Call for Scores. A new collaboration by

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  • 11Jun
    Chris Grymes and Open G Records present – Music in The Constellation: An In-Person Immersive Audio Experience

    A part of the The Future Is… Festival: Open G Records presents Music in The Constellation: An In-Person Immersive Audio Experience, an invitation to our community to engage with National Sawdust’s performance space and to explore the possibilities and nuance of our state-of-the-art sound technology. Open G Records presents Music in

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  • 11Jun
    Irreversible Entanglements

    A part of The Future Is… Festival: Irreversible Entanglements cultivate the liberation technologies of jazz and associated Black music in root, stem, and branch.

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  • 12Jun
    ChamberQUEER Festival – Closing Night

    A part of The Future Is… Festival: The June 12 performance of ChamberQUEER’s Pride Festival highlights Gay Guerrilla by iconoclastic queer composer Julius Eastman, in a new arrangement for string septet by Jessie Montgomery, and featuring the arranger on violin.

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  • 13Jun
    A2IM Indie Week

    A2IM Indie Week is a four-day international conference and networking event aimed at maximizing the global impact of Independent music. Featuring keynotes, panels, exclusive networking sessions, and more, Indie Week returns to the New York Law School June 13 to 16. Delve into the most important topics in music today,

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  • 13Jun
    BILAL w/ opener :Introducing Bee-B

    Sony presents Blue Note Jazz Festival Jill Newman Productions Presents BILAL Opener: Introducing Bee-B June 13, 2022 Sony Hall, NYC CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS  www.sonyhall.com @sonyhall www.officialbilal.com @bilalmusic – IG & Twitter www.facebook.com/officialbilal Jill Newman Productions Website Facebook Instagram Twitter

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  • 15Jun
    Concert: Retumba

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun presents Retumba.  Join us for an unforgettable performance by Retumba, a multi-ethnic, all-female Afro-Caribbean dance and percussion ensemble whose electrifying presentations have been heard throughout the United States for almost 30 years. In partnership with the Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Joyce Kilmer

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  • 15Jun
    Concert: Danny Mixon

    Join NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America for a concert with Danny Mixon. Born in Harlem and based in Brooklyn, pianist Danny Mixon has long been one of New York City’s jazz treasures. His expressive technique and mastery of the blues have been on

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  • 15Jun
    Concert: Danny Mixon

    Born in Harlem and based in Brooklyn, pianist Danny Mixon has long been one of New York City’s jazz treasures. His expressive technique and mastery of the blues have been on keen display from his early days with Patti Labelle and Betty Carter, through engagements with Charles Mingus, Art Blakey

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  • 15Jun
    Mi Abuela: Queen of Nightmares

     Join the audience for the premiere of “Mi Abuela, Queen of Nightmares,” an original play by Christine Stoddard. The show will run 10 performances from June 15-26 at Gene Frankel Theatre in Manhattan, New York. Tickets are available for purchase on Eventbrite.  The performance dates & times are as follows:

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  • 15Jun
    SoundExchange Presents: Breakthrough Beats Featuring Spencer Crandall, mehro, and Moliy

    SoundExchange knows music and believes in the power of creators, above all else. We are proud to launch Breakthrough Beats, a new SoundExchange initiative dedicated to championing and amplifying the work of rising creators through artist-driven events and digital content. In celebration of Breakthrough Beats, and Indie Week 2022, SoundExchange

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  • 15Jun
    60s/70s Night

    NYC singer Izze Stein and her band cover all of the heavy hitters from the 60s/70s – Fleetwood Mac, Marvin Gaye, Steely Dan, Aretha Franklin, Carole King, the Beatles, and more. Come by to relive the summer of love!

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  • 16Jun
    James Spooner with Theo Kogan: The High Desert

    James Spooner and Theo Kogan discuss how the punk communities of New York and California have informed their lives, their art, and their new books. This event is in-person at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL), 7th Floor. JAMES SPOONER is an accomplished tattoo artist, illustrator, and filmmaker. He directed the

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  • 16Jun
    Karen Slack: Of Thee I Sing

    A part of the The Future Is… Festival: Celebrated American soprano Karen Slack’s dynamic opera and recital performances combined with her passionate advocacy for racial justice and women composers make her a sought-after artist on many fronts. For her performance at National Sawdust, Slack performs Of Thee I Sing, her

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  • 17Jun
    Concert: Ed Cherry Trio

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America present the Ed Cherry Trio.  Since his 14-year run with Dizzy Gillespie, guitarist Ed Cherry has cemented a spot as one of the great small-group bandleaders in jazz, especially in the organ trio format. With half a dozen

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  • 17Jun
    Summer & Smoke Album Release

    Elisa Winter presents two original shows at Littlefield (235 Sackett St) on Friday, June 17, including music from her upcoming debut album “Summer & Smoke”. Her dynamic performances incorporate cello, voice, synth, loopers, grunge, pop, theatrical elements, and her raw, genre-bending style. www.elisawinter.com

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  • 17Jun
    To Be A Diva

    After their star turn covering Cher at Prohibition NYC, drag artist Chase Runaway and chanteuse Izze Stein unite to sing the songs of iconic divas who have historically stood by the LGBTQ+ community. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Trevor Project.

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  • 18Jun
    Arts Gowanus ArtWalk on Atlantic Ave

    Arts Gowanus ArtWalk on Atlantic Ave is set to return the weekend of June 18th and run for two weekends until June 26th.   The 1.5-mile self-guided ArtWalk through Brooklyn neighborhoods of Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights, and Cobble Hill will include the works of local artists.

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  • 18Jun
    Concert: Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America present a Juneteenth concert with Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax.  Born in Philadelphia, but a longtime Brooklyn resident, Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax studied at Berklee College of Music and went on to work with many musical greats, including Kevin Eubanks, Eartha

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  • 18Jun
    Record Store Day: The Most Improbable Comeback of the 21st Century

    Celebrate the resurgence of vinyl records with Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL) on Record Store Day Drops, Saturday, June 18, 2022,  2-4 PM! New York-based journalist, Larry Jaffee, will be in conversation with Q104.3 DJ Ken Dashow and record industry executives Gina Williams and John Boulos to discuss Jaffee’s book, Record Store Day:

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  • 18Jun
    Alex Peh

    Contemporary pianist Alex Peh explores the piano as a hybrid global instrument in a program of new work by Ne Myo Aung, Anna Clyne, Hafez Modirzadeh, Nikos Ordoulidis, Phyllis Chen and Susie Ibarra.

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  • 19Jun
    The Serpentones Album Release with SIlent Fury leading the heavy rotation 7pm-12am

    The Serpentones is having an album release party on June 19th, starting at 7pm in NYC. Another one of our punk-hardrock clients, SILENT FURY is leading the end of evening heavy rotation.   

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  • 20Jun
    Music NFT Meetup

    MUSIC NFT MEETUP WAS FOUNDED TO BE THE PREMIERE GATHERING FOR THE TOP MINDS IN THE MUSIC NFT AND WEB3 SPACE AND IS TAKING PLACE JUNE 20TH DURING NFT NYC.

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  • 20Jun
    Sing Out! A Broadway Musical Revue

    Sing Out! is a 90-minute Broadway revue infused with personal and inspiring stories from Grammy and Tony recognized performers who all identify as members of the LGBTQ+ community. Austin Artists Project will bring this show, which premiered in Austin, TX, to the Rose Theater at The Jazz at Lincoln Center

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  • 21Jun
    Street Studio

    In partnership with Found Sound Nation and HARMAN, the popular Street Studio returns after a two year pandemic hiatus. From 12:00 noon until 4:00 pm, local musicians and producers Ricardo Nigaglioni and Frankie Leroux will set up a mobile recording studio in front of the JBL Store SoHo (19 E

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  • 21Jun
    Apollo’s Music Under the Marquee

    Kickstart your summer with an afternoon of music under the Apollo’s iconic marquee. Hosts MamaSoul & The L.A.W. from The Harlem Connection radio show lead a musical journey through Motown, Soul, Hip-Hop, Afrobeat, Caribbean, Latin Music and more. Whatever your style, we’ve got you covered, so grab your crew and

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  • 21Jun
    AnVilEntertainment’s Street Jamz at Forsyth Plaza

    Free show! 2pm-8pm! Tons of bands! Everyone will find something to love on this eclectic bill featuring ska, soul, indie rock and punk acts. Come hang out with us at the foot of the Manhattan Bridge as these amazing bands crank it up for Make Music Day. Forsyth Plaza, Forsyth

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York: Sousapalooza

    The always popular participatory program affectionally known as Sousapalooza returns this season with a special evening performance from Bryant Park. You don’t need a ticket to join the event, just come out and enjoy! Calling all brass, woodwind, and percussion players of all backgrounds and skill levels! You are invited

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York: “Pueblo Harlem”

    Pueblo Harlem is the Afro Latin Jazz Alliance’s (ALJA) annual celebration of Hispanic heritage and culture, which has taken place since 2014 with support from New York City Council District 7. The festive program takes place in General Grant National Memorial, Morningside Heights and includes activities for children and families,

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York-Queen Memory Live

    Join the Queens Memory Project team and the QPL bookmobile at Travers Park in Jackson Heights for a showcase of performances from musicians, storytellers, and poets. This live outdoor event will celebrate the third season of the Queens Memory Podcast, “Our Major Minor Voices,” which explores the rich and diverse

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York-1,000 Drums Crying for Peace

    Percussionist Andre E. Small of Afrikumba Utibé Drummers will bring the entire East Harlem community to vibrant life with a historic participatory performance experience: 1,000 Drums Crying for Peace. Drummers of all backgrounds, styles, ages and skill levels are invited and encouraged to take part and to take to the

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  • 21Jun
    Flowerpot Music

    Flowerpot Music, written by composer Elliot Cole and directed by percussionist Peter Ferry, is a composition for an unlikely but beautiful percussion instrument – the flowerpot! Flowerpot Music returns for Make Music Day 2022 on Tuesday June 21! Sign up here to host an event, and create outdoor soundscapes through

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York: Mass Appeal Harmonicas

    Master harmonica player Jiayi He (as featured on America’s Got Talent) will lead lessons and a group play-along for harmonica players of all ages and skill levels, including beginners! Free Hohner harmonicas will be available to participants while supplies last. Location: Pilgrim Hill, Central Park.

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  • 21Jun
    FETE DE LA MUSIQUE NEW YORK

    France Rocks Summer Fest will take over New York City in June for its fifth annual celebration, highlighting the rich diversity of music from France. Featuring 15 concerts across Brooklyn and Manhattan, with a high-profile line-up of electronic, jazz, world music, and pop/rock artists, the festival will culminate with a

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  • 21Jun
    Concert: Mike Flythe “The Atomic Drummer” and the Atomic Band

    NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun and the Jazz Foundation of America celebrate the Summer Solstice with Mike Flythe “The Atomic Drummer” and the Atomic Band.  A versatile and explosive drummer, befitting of his nickname, Mike Flythe “The Atomic Drummer” is a Queens native with deep musical roots. A first

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  • 21Jun
    MMNY UKULELE JAM

    Calling all ukulele players of all ages and playing levels, come join us June 21st at 6pmET for a ukulele playalong in Central Park! We’ll play popular tunes with easy to follow chord charts and strum patterns. If you don’t play the uke, you’re welcome to come sing along with

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  • 21Jun
    Make Music New York: Mass Ukulele Appeal

    Gwendolyn Fitz is a jazz-pop singer-songwriter, ukulele player, and theater creator who enjoys weaving stories through music and bringing them to life virtually and onstage. People of all ages and skill levels are invited to bring their Ukuleles and join together to make music! Location: Dana Discovery Center Plaza in

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  • 22Jun
    Hokumfactory live at Rockwood musichall stage 2

    Uplift funk music for party people. 6 musicians onstage. Original music. In the vein of parliament, prince and Cameo. Free show! Live at Rockwood musichall @ 10:30pm  

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  • 23Jun
    Morgana ft. Giorgia Anguili, Facundo Mohrr & More

    MORGANA is a series of events to unwind and relax amidst the lounges and stellar sound at The Brooklyn Mirage, your evening soundtracked by a carefully curated selection of electronic music’s finest. Our second edition of the summer includes performances from critically acclaimed Italian live performer Giorgia Angiuli, Iceland’s Holmar,

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  • 24Jun
    New York Music Month Concert: Dr. K’s Motown Review

    The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and NYC Parks have teamed up again to present a series of concerts in Bronx and Queens parks to celebrate New York Music Month! Ranging from Caribbean music to Latin to R&B, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Please join us for

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  • 25Jun
    Chelsea Music Festival: Family Event— Saturday Salon with Fanny & Felix

    Chelsea Music Festival launches its annual June Festival with five dynamic days of concerts, conversation, and tastings with musicians, visual artists, chefs. Taking inspiration from the rich siblinghood, friendship, and deep bond between Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn on the 175th anniversary of their passing, Co-Artistic Directors Melinda Lee Masur and

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  • 25Jun
    Chelsea Music Festival: Family Event— Saturday Salon with Fanny & Felix

    New York, June 1, 2022— Chelsea Music Festival launches its annual June Festival with five dynamic days of concerts, conversation, and tastings with musicians, visual artists, chefs. Taking inspiration from the rich siblinghood, friendship, and deep bond between Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn on the 175th anniversary of their passing, Co-Artistic

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  • 25Jun
    Dexter Driscoll at Backside Pride

    On Pride Saturday Androgyne Superstar Dexter Driscoll’s band (think Iggy Pop meets Britney Spears) returns to Parkside Lounge for Backside Pride. Opening for Christeene and Tami Hart.

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  • 25Jun
    REVELRY at Connollys Klub 45 SAT JUNE 25TH – Hi Octane Classic and Contemporary Rock Hits

    REVELRY is aNYC based 5 PC Rock Cover Band playing uptempo Classic and Contemporary Rock Hits

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  • 27Jun
    SCHOOL GIRLZ @ 54 Below!

    Class is in session at 54 Below! School Girlz, a musical cabaret directed by Zak Biggins, pays homage to the shows that raised the next generation of Broadway stars. Featuring Broadway/Television stars: Arica Jackson, Olivia Dei Cicchi, Jana Jackson, Nya,  Khaliah Johnson, Caroline Mixon & New comers: Juliet Perel, Isabel

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  • 29Jun
    REVELRY at THE RED LION WEDS JUNE 29TH – Hi Octane Classic and Contemporary Rock Hits

    REVELRY is a NYC based 5PC Rock Band appearing at THE RED LION WEDS JUNE 29TH at 10PM playing your favorite Hi Octane Classic and Contemporary Rock Hits

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