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Joseph Eid's East Coast EP Release Show
Thursday July 27th. 8pm
Sidewalk Cafe

Join Americana singer-songwriter, Joseph Eid as he plays with a full band in honor of his CD release. The band will be playing songs from Eid's brand new EP, Watch It Fall, including “Diary”, “One and Only” and “Watch It Fall.” This show is all ages. Admission is free

Free. For more information visit.
https://www.facebook.com/events/1361999917222437

Sidewalk Cafe | 94 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009


 

Korea GAYOJE in association with SUMMERSTAGE
Monday June 26th 6 pm~10pm (Doors open at 5pm)
Central Park, Rumsey Playfield

For the first time, one of New York’s most celebrated and dynamic outdoor festivals, Central Park’s SummerStage takes on a Korean twist as the Korean Cultural Center New York and SummerStage proudly presents Korea GAYOJE! Korean artists take center stage for a summer evening at this iconic event, with the lineup featuring three diverse groups of artists who exemplify the focus of SummerStage: music, diversity, and community.

Open to the public and free for all, we hope that you join us for a night of “mesmerizing and wonderful” folkloric world music with Coreyah, the magnetic glam rock of SsingSsing, and the defining lyrical flow of Year of the OX.

Korea GAYOJE is presented by SummerStage and the Korean Cultural Center New York, and is supported by SORI, the Korea Arts Management Service, and Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism as part of the Traveling Korean Arts project as well as the Korean Culture Day 2017.

For more information, please visit www.koreanculture.org

Free admission

SummerStage | Central Park, Rumsey Playfield, New York, NY


Summer Music at The Museum of Modern Art

Summergarden: New Music for New York
Four Sunday Evenings Beginning July 9th

Summer Thursday
Thursday evenings in July and August

MoMA

Live Music Returns to the Sculpture Garden for 2017 with Summergarden and Summer Thursdays

The Museum of Modern Art announces its lineups of live music events in The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden for summer 2017. The annual Summergarden: New Music for New York free concert series returns for four Sunday evenings beginning July 9. A tradition since 1971, Summergarden is part of the Museum’s long history of presenting contemporary classical music and jazz. The Museum once again welcomes the collaboration of its programming partners, The Juilliard School and Jazz at Lincoln Center. Members of the New Juilliard Ensemble, under the artistic direction of Joel Sachs, perform on July 9 and 23, offering two distinctive programs of contemporary compositions that are receiving their New York premieres. Juilliard concerts are performed by members of the New Juilliard Ensemble, which, under the artistic direction of Joel Sachs, specializes in presenting new music in the most diverse styles from all over the world, and the Verona Quartet, which has just concluded a two-year residency at Juilliard. Jazz at Lincoln Center has selected two jazz groups whose concerts on July 16 (Marquis Hill Project) and July 30 (Patrick Bartley’s Dreamweaver Society) emphasize original works. Each Jazz at Lincoln Center evening features one world premiere.

On Thursday evenings in July and August, the Museum presents Summer Thursdays, a series of musical performances free with Museum admission, organized in collaboration with PopRally, a cross-departmental committee that programs events at the Museum and MoMA PS1. Beginning July 6, the Museum will remain open until 9:00 p.m. on Thursdays and present concerts in the Sculpture Garden. The 2017 Summer Thursdays series features performers who cross geographical and stylistic borders in every sense, blending genres as wide-ranging as punk, jazz, Afro-beat, and electro, and claiming cultural influences and heritage from around the globe. They include groups as diverse as ¡Aparato!, Alsarah and the Nubatones, and Banda Magda. The series begins with the “neo-Sufi” sounds of the Pakistan-born Arooj Aftab, and closes with Helado Negro's idiosyncratic fusion of Latin pop and synth-rock. This year, Summer Thursdays performances are presented in conjunction with the digital exhibition Crossing Borders: Immigration and American Culture. The series is also presented in conjunction with Citizens and Borders, a series of projects at MoMA related to works in the collection that offer critical perspectives on histories of migration, territory, and displacement.

Information: MoMA.org

MoMA | 11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019


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