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Last year, Metro-Make Music Program 2013. 75,000 copies distributed in 200+ music venues across New York in June 2013, ahead of Make Music Day on Jun 21, 2013

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Metro-Make Music Program 2013

  1. 1. Friday, June 21, 2013 A one-day festival of over 1000 free concerts in parks and streets citywide
  2. 2. June 21, 2013 makemusicny.orgBronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten IslandPage 2 On Friday, June 21, from 10 in the morning until 10 at night, musicians of all ages and musical persuasions will perform in over 400 public spaces throughout the five boroughs, including skate parks, church gardens, sidewalks, playgrounds, closed-off streets, the middle of the Central Park Lake, and beneath the Manhattan Bridge. From established global artists to teenage garage bands, music is played by anyone who wants to take part — and enjoyed by everyone who wants to listen. Just like the city itself, the range of offerings is spectacular. From 100 harmonicas to 175 keyboards, from Punk Island to gamelan orchestras, from hip hop block parties to brass band marathons, there is something for every listener. But don’t just listen — join the festival and make music yourself! Bring your instrument to a Mass Appeal event, pick up the mic on a karaoke pickup truck, join a daylong musical “happening” in Lower Manhattan, or stop by a late-night open mic. Use this program as your guide, check for late-breaking updates, download the Make Music North America app (iPhone or Android). Antonio’s Trattoria 2370 Belmont Ave 9:00 – 12:00 AM MMNY After Dark: Bronx Crotona Park Bandshell 1700 Crotona Ave 1:00 – 8:00 Manny’s Boogaloo Crew Afro-Cuban rumba and funky R&B East Kingsbridge Medical & Dental 48 Kingsbridge Rd 12:00 – 4:00 Crisscross reggae  Jacobi Medical Center 1400 Pelham Parkway S 12:00 Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concert: Son de Madre saucy Cuban music infused with jazz, funk, and Brazilian flavors New York Public Library: Bronx Branches Castle Hill 947 Castle Hill Ave 2:00 Koh Kazama classic guitar Francis Martin (at Aqueduct Walk Park) 2150 University Ave 3:30 MaG = D’Angelo + rhymes Grand Concourse 155 E 173rd St 3:30 SusLife hip hop showcase Jerome Park 118 Eames Pl 1:00 Brotherhood Experience urban Gospel and Christian rap Morrisania 610 E 169th St 3:30 Lowfi - locked on wisdom for insight hip hop 4:00 Nazdaq Brixx hip hop Morris Park 985 Morris Park Ave 2:30 Raymond Lyman 90’s style alt-rock Mott Haven 321 E 140th St 3:00 Brotherhood Experience urban Gospel and Christian rap Sedgwick 1701 University Ave 2:00 Primal Spuyten Duyvil 650 W 235 St 3:00 Kama Linden acoustic singer-songwriter Westchester Square 2521 Glebe Ave 3:00 Akshara percussive Indian classical Parkchester Greenmarket Westchester Ave & White Plains Rd 9:00 AM Daryl Shawn one-man band with a gut-string guitar Soundview Park Lafayette & Metcalf Ave 4:00 Bronx Compass High School student rock & rap ensembles, and a step team TME Studios 127 Lincoln Ave 1:00 Len Berzerk rap 2:00 Assembled at the Wizard Factory hip hop 3:00 Pulling All Cards progressive hip hop 4:00 Tye Tribe rock 5:00 Skila/Fear Is Dead heavy rock 6:00 Jam Session bring your instrument! Willis Avenue Dental 417 E 138 St 12:00 – 4:00 Smillie ENT Vincent Ciccarone Playground 188th St btw Arthur & Hughes Aves 5:00 Paul Tabachneck folk pop 6:00 Gladshot sun-kissed pop 7:30 Bella Diva Trio operatic pop 8:30 Rachel Zevita returns with over 1,000 free concerts on the first day of summer! Mass Appeal event After Dark event Major Presenters NY Public Library Or just take to the streets and ... This year, MMNY continues into the night with more than a dozen official “After Dark” locations throughout the five boroughs. Drop in to meet fellow MMNY participants, take in some music, or make more music of your own at designated Open Mics.
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June 21, 2013 Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten Island Page 3 BAYRIDGE Owl’s Head Park 68th St at Colonial Rd 4:00 – 8:00 PM Shore Road Conservancy presents an evening of music Bedford- Stuyvesant Bed-Vyne Brew 370 Tompkins Ave 12:30 Omega Sirius Moon eclectic and electric 3:00 The Lounge Act dueling guitars and sentimental vocals 4:00 Wire Spoke Wheels collaborative jazz 5:00 School Ov Thought conscious hip hop, reggae, poetry, afro-beat 6:00 Dr. Breakfast 7:00 Meridian 8:00 Watermelon BrownstoneJAZZ 107 Macon St 3:00 The Players Club well-known jazz musicians 4:00 Eric Lemon’s Ensemble 5:30 maddanmusic multi-keyboardist Cafe Denim 1114 Fulton St 12:00 Giselle Loren 2:00 BOOKS songwriter/rapper 3:00 Zenah inspirational hip hop 4:00 Kira Lyra jazzy bluesy singer- songwriter 5:00 Niva the Soul Diva soul and classic rock 6:00 SicksentZ trippy EDM & hip hop Clifton Place Memorial Garden 1035-1037 Bedford Ave 11:30 AM Smooth Perry soul singer 1:00 Petula Beckles gospel & jazz 2:00 Aisling Peartree old school and contemporary R&B 4:00 Chaz Van Queen Stevie Wonder meets Slick Rick 5:00 Kat Webb Austin soul singer 6:00 Delivered modern Christian music Common Grounds 376 Tompkins Ave 11:00 AM The Soul ChaYsa positive hip hop and gospel 11:30 AM Nakuu 16-year-old MC 4:00 Charisse Lee Quai 7:00 H.O.M.E. TEAM Denim Cafe 1013 Bedford Ave 10:00 AM Stefani Vara Latin pop 11:30 AM School Ov Thought conscious hip hop, reggae, poetry, and afro-beat 12:30 DAHL HAUS dreamy alt rock 1:00 Nick Pietrowski violinist & singer 6:30 Khybot punk and hip hop influenced computer music The Space Palace 844 Myrtle Ave 12:00 – 10:00 Ellis Ashbrook & Friends psychedelic rock Brooklyn Heights James Weir Floral Co. 155 Montague St 12:00 Chicken Barn Heroes acoustic bluegrass trio 1:00 KGenius roots reggae 5:00 Cosmic Messages 6:00 The Statue of David indietronica duo Brownsville M.S. 634 76 Riverdale Ave 12:00 Little Kids Rock restoring and revitalizing music education in public schools nationwide Bushwick Body Actualized 143 Troutman St 12:00 – 7:00 cosmic music and cosmic vibes all day Bushwick Coffee House 44 Wilson Ave 10:00 AM Alissa Vox Raw soul, doo-wop & blues reinterpreted through new technologies 10:30 AM Brendan Albert raw and honest Canadian singer-songwriter 11:15 AM Mimi Canadian songwriter 12:00 Karen and Joe pastoral, psychedelic and angsty folk-rock 12:30 The Soon-Another Peruvian synth-rock band 1:00 Pandafan Indie-folk 2:00 Anastasia Falcon 17-year-old ukulele player 2:30 Bird to Prey lo-fi indie pop 3:00 Aqua Cherry funk rock & reggae 4:00 Poor Remy indie pop 4:30 Useless Beauty 5:00 Leslie Paris Viking contemplative dance post-folk 5:30 Emily Rupp pop/folk flare 6:00 Lindsey Wilson 70’s style urban folk rock 7:00 Of Clocks & Clouds synth punk 8:00 Carmen Chiles soul 9:00 Clair Reilly-Roe experimental surf rock reggae Cafetería La Mejor 191 Suydam St 2:00 Mimi Canadian singer- songwriter 4:00 Viva DeConcini like a female Freddy Mercury 5:00 Tunacola Chilean electro pop The Firehouse Space 246 Frost St 4:00 lazurite percussion loops and echo-laden drones 5:00 Lauds 6:00 Trabajo ambient drones to bursts of high energy post punk 7:00 12000Trees improvisational free-form rock 8:00 lazurite Goodbye Blue Monday 1087 B’dway 3:00 Nicholas Nicholas nostalgic dream pop 4:00 maddanmusic multi- keyboardist, live performance artist 5:00 Home For Wayward Drummers 6:00 Jugger-nut 7:00 Atomic Hips 8:00 Space Meaw 9:00 KEN South ROCK Maria Hernandez Park Irving Ave & Starr St 3:00 – 7:00 featuring Big Volcano All Torn Up! hardcore punk Consumata Gypsy funk Rebelmatic alt punk / hip hop Majes-T reggae, funk, and soul Northeast Kingdom 18 Wyckoff Ave 5:00 – 7:00 Pass Kontrol pop rock Pine Box Rock Shop 12 Grattan St 3:00 Turnery Cody & Adam G. Holofcener 5:00 MOTP teenage rock 6:00 Baker St garage-rock meets indie-rock Rehearsal Space 353 Ten Eyck 7:00 The Library is On Fire art punk American indie rock Silent Barn and Warper Party Block Party Stanwix St & Melrose St 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM Silent Barn Stage and Warper Party Stages featuring Storyboard P, Uumans, Hieroglyph Thesaurus, Amaru Cloud, Run DMT, Lil Howling Wolf, Delta Delta Delta, Nass Gnawa and Void Moon and more, plus clowns, film screenings and food Carroll Gardens The Amazing Garden Carroll St & Columbia St 3:30 Spencer Brill sad pop about growing a beard and living in Brooklyn Carroll Park Court St & Smith St 6:00 Mass Appeal: Clarinets clarinet choir led by Paul Steinfeld plays works by Dvorak, Grundman, Mozart, Ravel, and Lady Gaga. Bring your clarinet and join them in sight reading some simple pieces at the end of the concert A Small Green Patch 348 Bergen St 1:00 Leah Coloff cellist & singer 3:00 Mary Westlake 4:00 Siddharth J. Mehta Clinton Hill Fresh Fanatic 275 Park Ave 1:00 Griot Blues spoken word/ musical duo 2:00 Omega Sirius Moon eclectic & electric 5:00 Phil Cohen a musician’s musician who plays rock and folk 6:00 Brook Pridemore dancey, yell-y, sing-y good time Green in BKLYN 432 Myrtle Ave 12:00 Cosmic Messages 1:00 Sanpo Matsumoto electronic musician dismantles sounds 2:00 The Statue of David indietronica duo 3:00 Barry Kay in the style of early 70s singer-songwriters 4:00 Aisling Peartree old school and contemporary R&B 6:00 Daryl Shawn one-man band with a gut-string guitar Hillstock Fest at Putnam Triangle Plaza Fulton St & Grand Ave 5:00 Boytoy hooky surf-pop 6:00 The Brooklyn What NYC rock 7:00 Brown Rice Family world roots JACK 505 1/2 Waverly 3:00 – 6:00 experimental and electronic acts Putnam’s Pub & Cooker 419 Myrtle Avenue, Downstairs 9:00 – 12:00 AM MMNY After Dark: Clinton Hill DJ Misbehavior Safeway Locksmith & Hardware 998 Bedford Ave 4:30 Nubreed Generation re-birth of hip hop with a message 5:00 – 8:00 DLK heavy riffage Soco 509 Myrtle Ave 4:00 – 8:00 Swagga Band featuring Chocolat Jared soul & funk CONEY ISLAND Boardwalk W 10th St 4:00 Oliver Dagum 6:00 Fey Eugenio 7:00 TARA electropop and soul Wonder Wheel 3059 W 12 St 1:30 Max Alper composer, improviser, vocalist, and multi- instrumentalist 2:00 PIMO lo-fi indie folk duo 3:00 Smokey Robotic electronic- pop-soul-hip-hop mix 4:00 Hot Wheels electronica 5:30 Helen Denham singer-songwriter 6:00 sean360x electronica, fusion & indie Crown Heights 739 Franklin Bar 739 Franklin Ave 8:00 Niva the Soul Diva funky dance music and inspirational R&B Breukelen Coffee House 764 Franklin Ave 3:00 Painless Parker country laments and sea shanties 4:00 Carter Zumtobel fine folk and acoustic merriment 6:00 Julia Weldon indie folk-pop Cool Pony 733 Franklin Ave 11:00 AM Hello, Fever! folk punk 12:00 Turnery Cody and Adam G. Holofcener 1:00 ieatpants sci-fi folk 3:00 Karen and Joe pastoral, psychedelic and angsty folk-rock 5:00 Nicholas Nicholas nostalgic dream pop 6:00 Alyssa Robbins Aimee Mann + Joni Mitchell + Janis Joplin 8:00 The Soon-Another Peruvian synth-rock Crown Inn 724 Franklin Ave 4:30 JULIA WELDON indie folk-pop 6:30 Bree Klauser quirky jazz about love, German folklore and anime LaunchPad 721 Franklin Ave 11:00 AM A Microscope spare pop 1:00 The Sonnet Man hip hop twist on Shakespeare 2:00 Lindsey Wilson 70’s style urban folk rock and conscious lyrics 3:00 Leslie Paris Viking contemplative post-folk 4:00 discoBAASSIK soul/funk/ electronica 5:00 Carter Zumtobel fine folk & acoustic merriment 6:00 Toys and Tiny Instruments catchy melodies, crickets, love & paranoia 7:00 Anastasia Falcon 17-year-old ukulele player 8:00 Alissa Vox Raw high-tech soul, doo-wop and blues 9:00 Throw Vision quirky indie rock Lily & Fig Bakery 727 Franklin Ave 12:30 Tempuus funky jazz 2:00 Rachel and Carlos Cordeiro clarinet and voice explore music theater and free improvisation PJs MART 630 Nostrand Ave 3:30 Kingdom live band with horn section from heaven 4:00 DOA 4:30 BaZ hip hop with a lot of swag 5:00 The Piano Man solo pianist 5:30 Joya Bravo 6:00 HOT ICE 7:00 Akasha 7:30 Tennisha reggae singer Ronald McNair Park Eastern Parkway 4:30 Mauricia Pascal alt. soca 5:00 Lennox Picou calypso & soul 5:15 Boodoo Singh Tassa Group four generations of Tassa drummers 5:30 Mellisia James Trinidadian vocalist simgs calypso 6:00 Yaiquab 6:30 Daria Primus soca & zouk 7:30 New York Pan Stars Steel Orchestra 20-piece young steel pan players Taste Buds 736A Franklin Ave 4:00 Katie Skare 5:15 Nakuu 16-year-old MC 6:00 Franky and the Momos 7:00 Price Tag 8:00 Super Hi-Fi The West Indies in Crown Heights
  4. 4. June 21, 2013 makemusicny.orgBronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten Island Downtown Brooklyn Albee Square Plaza 1 Dekalb Ave 11:00 AM Anne Dearth and Maya Bennardo flute and violin duo 1:00 Amma Whatt R&B, hip hop, jazz and world music fusion 2:00 SicksentZ trippy EDM and hip hop 4:30 D.J. Ace and Much Finesse postive-vibes hip hop 7:00 – 10:00 SusLife hip hop showcase Hoyt Plaza 45 Hoyt St 12:00 James Margolis singer- songwriter with a loop pedal Willoughby Plaza 409 Fulton St 11:00 AM – 2:00 Lindsey 70’s style urban folk rock and conscious lyrics 2:00 discoBAASSIK soul/funk/ electronics 5:00 KGenius roots, world and soul reggae music 8:00 Lina and Sakai DUMBO The Archway Water St & Pearl St all day Eli Keszler music created by a site-specific piano wire installation in the Archway, one day only! Plus a special performance with So Percussion at 6:30, presented with NPR Music and the DUMBO BID Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier One, Granite Prospect 2:30 Chicken Barn Heroes acoustic Bluegrass trio 3:00 Bleecker StQ contemporary world and pop quartet 3:30 Dharma Swara Gender Ensemble performers from NY’s village Balinese gamelan ensemble 4:00 Tipsy Oxcart electric, bumpin’ Balkan music 5:00 Akshara percussive Indian classical 5:30 Dharma Swara Gender Ensemble 5:45 Gamelan Dharma Swara 6:00 Union Street Preservation Society complete roots string band 6:30 Nerissa Campbell easy, swinging film noir jazz 7:00 Gamelan Dharma Swara ConEd Farragut Substation Plymouth St btw Gold St & Bridge St 7:30 Mass Appeal: Humming participants will use the transformers of the ConEd power station as a drone to create a vibrating, meditative environment while the sun sets over the East River. No musical knowledge needed, just the ability to hum or sing! A score by John P. Hastings (HUM 789) will be included for those who have some musical training Galapagos Art Space 16 Main St 12:00 Hungry March Band blazing entity of brass, blood, steel & wood Flatbush BPL: Cortelyou Road 1305 Cortelyou Rd 11:00 AM The Fuzzy Lemons kid- friendly rock 3:00 The Sonnet Man hip hop twist on Shakespeare 4:00 Taylor Ivana pop/R&B originals D’Savannah Bar & Lounge 1460a Flatbush Ave 5:00 Fiyah 9:00 School Ov Thought conscious hip hop, reggae, Afro-beat Eladia’s Kids 147 5th Ave 11:00 AM The Sonnet Man hip hop twist on Shakespeare Eladia’s Kids 264 Flatbush Ave 6:00 The House Band 7:00 Karaoke Hour! 8:00 Tyler and the Gang F & J Bake Shop 2085 Nostrand Ave 5:00 Feng Zhu melodica 6:00 The Lounge Act dueling guitars and sentimental vocals 7:00 Smax Music Caribbean rock and acoustic soul Flatbush Caton Vendors Market Plaza 794-814 Flatbush Ave 1:00 Nakuu 16-year-old MC 1:30 The Soul ChaYsa positive hip hop and gospel 7:00 Sherita Gillian Garcia Artistry 1445 Flatbush Ave 1:00 2DIVINE pop, rock, merengue and hip hop 2:00 Lisa Foster Wilson gospel / R&B operatic vocals Glenwood Hardware Inc 1453 Flatbush Ave 10:00 AM Free metaphors, analogies, and double-entendres 11:00 AM maddanmusic multi- keyboardist 3:00 100GrandGang a composer collective Newkirk Plaza 10:00 AM P.S. 214 K Chorus 2:00 Cesare Papetti percussion 2:30 The Sonnet Man hip hop twist on Shakespeare 5:00 Tempuus funky jazz 6:00 Taylor Ivana pop/R&B originals P.S. 119 3829 Ave K 10:00 AM – 2:00 December Francis P.S. 139K 330 Rugby Rd 2:00 P.S. 139K 4th Grade Band 2:30 Jeremy Fernandez 16-year- old urban/pop singer Woodland 242 Flatbush Ave 1:00 Giancarlo Frank & Corey Garcia pop-punk, contemporary jazz and improvisation 2:00 Tempuus gunky jazz 4:00 Elizabeth Sher Broadway, pop, jazz standards and folk YMCA 1401 Flatbush Ave 10:00 AM Desmond roots reggae singer-songwriter 12:00 Chaz Van Queen Stevie Wonder meets Slick Rick 2:00 Charisse Lee Quai 6:00 Aisha urban soul singer- songwriter Fort Greene BPL: Walt Whitman 93 St. Edwards St 1:00 LIJIE think Fiona Apple meets John Mayer 2:00 MOTP teenage rock band 3:30 jazz with spoken word Cuyler-Gore Park 795 Fulton St 3:00 Haiti Cultural Exchange Mizik Ayiti! featuring Brother High Haitian rara 4:00 Kelly Saint Patrick singer- songwriter 5:00 Soul Understated feat. Mavis ‘SWAN’ Poole soul, jazz, and gospel 6:00 Pillow Theory 7:00 BatalaNYC all women Afro- Brazilian drum ensemble Fort Greene Park at Tomorrow sculpture 1:00 P.S. 20 Chorus 3:00 Griot Blues spoken word/ musical duo at Monument Terrace 5:00 – 8:00 Opera On Tap and American Opera Projects present new American opera and music theatre projects Gnarly Vines 350 Myrtle Ave 2:00 Libby & Nicholas local duo on vocals & ukuleles 4:00 Andrew Ahr neighborhood jazz musician Le Petit Bakery 354 Myrtle Ave 12:30 – 3:30 Edwin Vazquez songs in English, Spanish and Taino with Island and City grooves 5:00 Sullied Accolades jazz, folk, and gypsy 6:30 Benny Lopez Trio Greenpoint American Playground 389 Milton St 5:00 CALLS instrumental 2-piece 6:00 VULTUS heavy metal hard 7:00 Escape Time multi- instrumental live looping 8:00 John Wilkes Booth rock Cato’s Army & Navy 654 Manhattan Ave 5:00 The Fascinators old jazz for the new depression McGolrick Park Nassau Ave & Russell St 1:00 Polish Theater Institute E. European version of Midsummer Night’s Dream (Night of Kupala) Milk and Roses 1110 Manhattan Ave 1:00 Tania Stavreva 2:00 Carolyn Enger classical concert pianist 4:00 Parhelion Trio 5:00 Pandafan indie-folk Newtown Creek Nature Walk Paidge Ave & Provost St 4:00 New Music Flash Choir Dafna Naphtali leads a flash choir made up of contemporary classical singer compatriots in original and experimental works Gowanus Thomas Greene Playground 3rd Ave at Douglass St. 6:00 Super Hi Fi jazz-inflected trombones, Jamaican dub, Latin funk 7:00 Drum and Samples Colombian folk rhythms reinvented w/ electronics Gemini & Scorpio Loft Douglass St. between 3rd ave & Nevins 10:00 – 2:00 AM MMNY After Dark: Gowanus electronic dance party 10:00 Sanpo Matsumoto media artist & electronic musician 10:45 DCRK jazzy electronica 11:30 Nicholas Nicholas nostalgic dream pop 12:15 discoBAASSIK soul/funk/ electronica 1:15 Khybot punk and hip hop influenced computer music Park Slope with additional performances curated by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID ( Brooklyn Public Library Grand Army Plaza 4:30 Underground Horns Afro-funk, bhangra, New Orleans grooves El Viejo Yayo Restaurant 35 Fifth Ave 2:00 Los Mas Valientes Latin jazz arrangements & originals 4:00 – 8:00 DJ Sensei Massive, DJ Krayze and DJ Stacks Fifth Ave Record Shop 439 5th Ave 10:00 AM The Somerton Suitcase versatile fusion of rock, jazz, folk, and reggae 4:00 Aurora Dawn high voltage rock 7:00 Cowpatch guitar rock/jam band 9:00 212th and Hillside post- psychedelic noise jazz fusion Freddy’s Bar and Backroom 627 5th Ave 2:00 DAHL HAUS dreamy alt rock 3:30 Meggin Ceol singer-songwriter 4:30 Claire Hawkins 16-year-old singer-songwriter 5:00 Even Twice bass and drum progressive/punk 6:00 Angel Band Jam veteran country & bluegrass 7:00 Gypsy George & the Open Road Love Affair indie folk 8:00 Les Sans Culottes francophonic rockers 9:00 Painless Parker country laments and sea shanties GreenSpace @ President Street at 5th Ave 7:00 Kristin Porter Bossa Nova, blues, jazz and neo-soul Sheep Station 149 4th Ave 7:00 Maracatu New York NYC’s only ensemble dedicated to traditional Maracatu de Baque Virado and northern Brazilian styles Warren St Marks Community Garden 623 Warren St 7:00 Bella Voce Singers 45-member multigenerational choir Prospect Heights Bitter & Esters 700 Washington Ave 4:00 Kenn Lowy Elliot Smith and Rod Serling meets David Lynch and Chris Carter 6:30 The Alex Mallett Band old- timey songs for broken-hearted banjo lovers Branded Saloon 603 Vanderbilt Ave 3:00 Two Boroughs 4:00 Lindsey Wilson 70’s style urban folk rock and conscious lyrics 5:00 Rachel Zevita 6:00 The Dan Sheehan Conspiracy rock 7:00 Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls artists from the non-profit music & mentoring program 8:00 Bree Klauser quirky songs about German folklore and anime heroines 9:00 Note! lo-bit aesthetic Elberta Restaurant & Bar 335 Flatbush Ave 7:00 Benita Charles soul-stirring and inspirational music from Harlem Hanson Dry 925 Fulton St 1:00 – 8:00 featuring Roger Street Friedman folk, blues and R&B, rock The Bright Smoke ambient The Sharp Shadows indie pop Barbaric Yawp old fashioned, guitar riff driven funk Hooti Couture 321 Flatbush Ave 2:30 Hello, Fever! folk punk duo 4:00 Leah Coloff cellist and singer 5:00 Nick Pietrowski violinist and singer 6:00 Spencer Brill sad pop about growing a beard and living in Brooklyn 6:30 Echo Bloom orchestral folk Nu Wave Kultural Kreations 712 Washington Ave 4:00 Higher Levin steel band Piquant Restaurant 239 Flatbush Ave 6:00 Fame Junkies eclectic horns 8:00 Parias Ensemble Sit & Wonder 700 Washington Ave 3:00 The Baby Train raucous, melodic, emotive Americana Sunset Park AmeriKick 5815 5th Ave 7:00 – 10:00 AmeriKick Casa Vieja 6007 5th Ave 6:00 – 10:00 Panglez Spaget Mariachis George’s Restaurant 5701 5th Ave 6:00 – 10:00 Regina Opera Happy Days 4802 5th Ave 5:00 – 10:00 Sol Tawil Indonesia in DUMBO Page 4
  5. 5. June 21, 2013 Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten Island Page 5 His & Hers Unisex 5219 5th Ave 5:00 – 10:00 Grupo Cultural, DJ Johnny’s Pizzeria 5806 5th Ave 6:00 – 10:00 Close Enuf La Vida Inc 5402 5th Ave 4:00 – 10:00 Max Reiser and the Apples Rivera Dry Cleaners 6113 5th Ave 4:00 – 10:00 NY American Talent Royal Kings 5211 5th Ave 8:00 DJ DMZ and Friends Tacos Cachanilla 5807 5th Ave 6:00 – 10:00 DJ McFly & Sonido VC Games 5518 5th Ave 6:00 – 10:00 DJ Williamsburg 525 Dar 525 Grand St 12:00 Richard Thorne quirky acoustic pop and urban folk rock 2:00 Gabriel Zucker composer, classical & jazz pianist 4:00 Christine Sweeney and the Dirty Stayouts think Grace Potter meets KT Tunstall 5:00 Baker St garage-rock meets indie-rock 6:30 The New Gallery Band of York collaborative and participatory music and art project Brooklyn Brewery 79 N 11th St 6:00 – 9:00 A.P. Smith’s 30th Birthday Extravaganza with The Inflatable Menagerie and Special Guests CAVE Art Space 58 Grand St 4:45 Possibly Apostrophe 5:15 Rioux with Stephon electronic psychedelic producer 5:45 Big Volcano danceable, upbeat surf disco 6:45 Xenia Rubinos aggressively danceable songs 7:15 Jeremy D. Slater multi- disciplinary artist City Reliquary 370 Metropolitan Ave 2:00 Glaser Drive sister driven bluegrass 3:00 Triple A String Band old time fiddle and banjo from Appalachia 4:00 Chicken Barn Heroes acoustic bluegrass trio 5:00 Twigs traditional, Appalachian folk 7:00 – 10:00 MMNY After Dark: City Reliquary presents a Bluegrass Extravaganza featuring Union Street Preservation Society runaway train instrumentals and down-home harmonies, Sara Banleigh original tunes that sound like traditional folk, and The Bushwick Gospel Singers harbingers of a new world Cooper Park Morgan Ave & Maspeth Ave 5:45 Musical Monk interactive live storytelling with funk, reggae, ska 7:00 Zap & The Naturals deep bass grooves, island rhythms and urban expressions P.S. 132 320 Manhattan Ave 2:00 P.S. 132 Junior and Senior Bands duckduck bar 161 Montrose Ave 6:00 Agent Strange evolving from the concrete village and urban alleyways 7:00 NotAFan funk inspired electro- hop rock 8:00 NinjaSonik punk, hip hop, skating, and Peter Pan syndrome Fada Restaurant 530 Driggs Ave 6:00 Mar Salé Rumba Flamenca, Brazilian rhythms and Spanish pop 7:00 Yaiquab 9:00 Trombonita Bossa Nova, salsa, standards, boleros and Cuban Fresthetic 552 Grand St 4:00 Dehpeshcii Musiq hip hop 7:00 Chris Wise & Black Market Wares Collective hip hop 7:00 – 10:00 The Power Lords multimedia performance/installation with robots and monsters Grand Street BID Bushwick Ave & Grand St 4:00 Kagero urban-gypsophonic, groove-loving feel-good band 6:00 Cheating on New York love/ hate songs about NY & Vienna Kinfolk Studios 90 Wythe Ave 4:00 Pete Galub 5:00 Daniel Harris think Tortoise, Sonic Youth, and Faraquet 5:30 The Kandinsky Effect post- modern jazz 6:30 Avi Wisnia and Friends think Ben Folds meets Norah Jones, if they had a lovechild in Brazil 9:00 Hard Nips four Japanese girls with a rockin-heavy metalic party sound Liberty Department Store 780 Grand St 2:00 Bella Diva Trio operatic pop 4:30 Grand Street Five groove- oriented danceable funk band 6:30 Andrea Mazzariello solo performer with novel instruments LP’n Harmony 683 Grand St 9:00 – 12:00 AM MMNY After Dark: Williamsburg $1 off any drink, code “MMNY LP ‘n Harmony” McCarren Park Back Lawn, Lorimer St & Driggs St 5:00 - 10:00 Vaudville Park presents Splendor in McCarren Park, featuring Ian M Colletti from dark wave to post classical Delphic Oracle new age pop Faten Kanaan arabwave The Use experimental theremin What Color is Your Machine Gun? multi-instrumentalist and performance artist Eric Lemmon solo viola and electronics  N. 8th St 68 N 8th St 7:00 The Black Black 8:00 Corrupt Autopilot 9:00 Vulture $hit punk with no guitars Nieves Latin Dance Studio 670 Grand St 1:00 Trombonita Bossa Nova, salsa, Boleros and Cuban Son 6:00 DA LATINGROOVE BAND hot salsa Panoply Performance Laboratory 104 Meserole St 3:00 The Luddites cacophony of free jazz, funk and pop  Rebelution Ink 560 Grand St 4:00 Dani Tersini 5:00 Watermelon 6:00 Kagero urban-gypsophonic, groove-loving feel-good band next door 7:00 Progress 8:00 The Mona Passage Sam, Emma and Laura’s Music-Fest 199 N 8th St 3:30 Sam Friedman Emma Peleg Laura Berger Sheridan Playground Wythe Ave & S 1st St 5:00 – 8:00 Mass Appeal: Ukuleles discover why the humble uke is making a big comeback as the ultimate People’s Instrument. Sing-along from 5-6pm, followed by performances from 6-8pm by NYC’s rich trove of ukulele all-stars Sound Booth 776 Lorimer St 2:00 Amelia Marzec enabling activist communities through technology 3:00 DCRK jazzy electronica Sternberg Park Lorimer St at Montrose Ave 5:00 Griot Blues spoken word/ musical duo 6:00 Leon Hash 7:00 Emily Rupp pop/folk flare on ukulele 8:00 Mappa Mundi Tender Trap 245 S 1st St 6:00 – 10:00 Tender Trap Jazz Musicians open jazz jam session: bring your instrument and sit in on a tune! Urban Rustic 236 N 12th St 12:30 I’m Not Holden Caulfield medio-core folk punk 1:30 Bird to Prey lo-fi indie pop 2:00 Zach Jones garage folk acoustic pop 2:30 Bill Eberle 3:00 Jesse “Cannonball” Statman fast-paced, danceable, folky tunes 5:00 PIMO lo-fi indie folk rock 6:00 Gina Mobilio singer-songwriter UPPER MANHATTAN Washington Heights / Inwood Beans and Vines 4842 B’dway 3 singer-songwriters 4:00 Jeneen Terrana 7:00 Kierstin Gray 8:30 Mimi Bennett Park Ft Washington Av & W 183 St 6:00 Samantha Rise 7:00 Matt Davis’ Aerial Photograph jazz ensemble to foster community Corcho Wine Room 231 Dyckman St 6:00 Sarah Jane Cion Ft Tryon Park: Linden Terrace Flagpole 689 Fort Washington Ave 7:00 Demetrius Daniel spoken word showcase Inwood Hill Park Dyckman St 5:00 Academy new classical & electroacoustic improvisation 6:30 Ghost Ensemble sacred sound & space, improv and works by Oliveros, Cage and more Isham Park Isham & Park Terrace 5:00 Griot Blues spoken word La Plaza De las Americas B’dway & W 175th St 3:00 andPlay violin/viola duo committed to new works Le Cheile 839 W 181st St 6:00 Jeneen Terrana singer- songwriter 7:00 Carmen Magro influenced by Americana The Monkey Room 589 Ft Washington Ave 7:00 Olamide hard-driving beats & soulful lines 8:00 Justina Valentine NJ singer/ rapper 9:00 The Howlin’ Thurstons instrumental rock 10:00 MMNY After Dark: Washington Heights Nail Lounge 4752 B’dway 3:00 Justina Valentine NJ singer Pick and Eat 4179 B’dway 1:00 Justina Valentine NJ singer Harlem Askeya! by Marion 2276 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd 1:00 b.FUNK 5-piece hip hop band 2:30 Two Parallel 4:00 Katrena Rene classic R&B from Dallas, TX Bad Horse Pizza 2222 Frederick Douglass Blvd 5:30 ARRA 12-year-old R&B singer & dancer 6:45 Soul Unlimited “old school” cover band with an extensive repertoire Casa Frela Gallery 47 W 119th St 2:30 Mara Measor Chez Lucienne 308 Lenox Ave 4:30 Cynthia Eytina 6:30 Katrena Rene classic R&B from Dallas, TX 8:30 Fletchstar Smokey Robinson- esque Boulevard Bistro 239 Lenox Ave 6:30 Ajo R&B and soul Corner Social 321 Lenox Ave 6:00 Da Latingroove Band hot salsa 9:00 – 12:00 AM MMNY After Dark: Harlem Drastadub Studios 31 W 127th St 7:00 – 10:00 Num & Nu Afrika reggae Grandma’s Place 84 W 120th St 4:30 KDW Hip Hop Duo middle school-aged brother and sister 5:00 Jeremy Fernandez 16-yr-old Bronx native with a free-spirited outlook Harlem Food Bar 2100 Frederick Douglass Blvd 4:00 – 9:00 DJ Damon Alston Harlem School of the Arts 645 St Nicholas Ave 5:00 HAS Jazz Strings, HAS Jazz Student Duo and Power in Praise Mass Choir Harlem Tavern 2153 Frederick Douglass Blvd 1:00 Tali & The Grind world pop with Israeli roots and Latin passion 2:30 Olamide singer-songwriter with hard-driving beats 5:00 Amma Whatt musical storyteller
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June 21, 2013 makemusicny.orgBronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten IslandPage 6 Hope Steven Garden 1656 Amsterdam Ave 12:30 Katrena Rene classic R&B from Dallas, TX 2:30 Yolanda R. sings R&B, pop 3:15 Zeek ‘The Experience’ 4:00 Bryan “Smooth” Perry time- stopping R&B vocals 5:00 Camille Gainer soulful blend 6:00 Petula Beckles award-winning gospel & jazz Jackie Robinson Park 85 Bradhurst Ave 4:00 Brian J 15-year-old pop/R&B singer from Montville, CT 6:45 Zdub Jacob Restaurant 373 Lenox Ave 2:00 Desmond roots reggae Jacob Restaurant 2695 Frederick Douglass Blvd 4:30 Tschaka Tonge a regular on the Harlem reggae & jazz scene for 30+ years Jado Sushi 2118 Frederick Douglass Blvd 8:00 Rubyboo Records presents “This Ain’t your Daddy’s Jazz” featuring Willis Wilson & Traci Tota Johnson Community Center 1833 Lexington Ave 5:00 NYCHA Youth Chorus L Lounge 2131 Frederick Douglass Blvd 6:00 KFHox Bronxite singer and actor (appears in Kanye’s “Monster” video) 7:30 Zeek ‘The Experience’ Lakshmi Community Garden 224 W 123rd St 6:00 Adela and the Ucars experimental 4 piece indie 7:00 The Goddess Lakshmi Harlem-based roots, reggae and psychedelica Lenox Coffee 60 W 129th St 12:00 Feng Zhu melodica 1:15 Claire Rodriguez singer- songwriter 2:30 Ive C Puerto Rican vocalist sings boleros 5:00 Two Parallel 6:15 James Margolis originals & covers, sometimes with a loop pedal 8:00 Ken Silverman jazz guitar Lido 2168 Frederick Douglass Blvd 6:30 Frankie Keane singer- songwriter, R&B/soul Londel’s Supper Club 2620 Frederick Douglass Blvd 6:45 Kat Webb Austin soul singer 8:00 Ajo soul and R&B Marcus Garvey Park Amphitheatre 4:00 Harlem Witness gospel & hip hop with an urban flavor 4:30 Zdub 4:45 Revol’Angleo social-anarchist New-Age Revolutionary hip hop 5:00 Lowfi - locked on wisdom for insight hip hop 5:30 MaG = D’Angelo + rhymes NYPL: Harlem Library 9 W 124th St 3:30 Fayola classically-trained singer with doo-wop jazz chops NYPL: George Bruce 518 W 125th St 2:00 Dalito ft. Ronny Ristorante Settepani 196 Lenox Ave 5:00 Bella Diva Trio operatic pop 6:00 Ken Silverman jazz guitar St. Nicholas Miracle Garden 330 St. Nicholas Ave 11:00 AM Petula Beckles award- winning gospel & jazz 12:00 Clair Reilly-Roe surf rock 3:00 Daria Primus Soca & more, with a contagious smile 7:30 Helen Denham singer- songwriter 8:30 MaG = D’Angelo + rhymes St. Nicholas Park St Nicholas & W 135th St 1:30 ARRA 12-year-old R&B singer & dancer 2:00 B Gerzy soul from NJ 4:00 The Big Boss 4:30 Sukari SWING A Concept Shop 1960 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd 4:00 James Margolis originals & covers, sometimes with a loop pedal 5 & Diamond Restaurant 2072 Frederick Douglass Blvd 5:00 Audrey Silver vocal jazz standards & originals Lacquer Palace 184 Lenox Ave 2:00 Simona D classy style, killer vocal range 4:30 Lisa Foster Wilson classical trained voice, pure gospel emotion The National Jazz Museum in Harlem 104 E 126th St 2:00 The Lucky Chops Brass Band Second Line sounds of New Orleans The Winery 257 W 116th St 6:00 Isaac Sussman 7:00 Dawn Drake & ZapOte original Afro-Latin Funk dance music William B. Washington Memorial Garden 321-325 W 126th St 5:30 Simona D classy style, killer vocal range 6:00 KDW Hip Hop Duo middle school-aged brother & sister 7:00 Jeremy Fernandez 16-year- old Bronx native with a free-spirited outlook East Harlem Casa Latina Music Shop 151 E 116th St 2:00 Da Latingroove Band hot salsa for your enjoyment 4:00 Ive C Puerto Rican vocalist sings boleros East Harlem Cafe 1651 Lexington Ave 5:30 Rolando Rockoso chill jazz guitar with something to say 7:30 Ive C Puerto Rican vocalist sings boleros La Corsa Pizza Restaurant 123 E 110th St 3:00 2DIVINE rock, merengue & hip hop 4:00 Gospel City music to move crowds and souls NYPL: 125th Street 224 E 125th St 3:00 Ken Silverman jazz guitar The Brownstone 24 E 125th St 1:00 Two Parallel 2:30 Katrena Rene classic R&B from Dallas, TX 5:00 Fletchstar Smokey Robinson- esque Urban Garden Center 1640 Park Ave 5:00 Ana Cifuentes Latin American music, folklore to current artists 8:00 Marcus Steele Morningside Heights Columbia Secondary School Community Garden Amsterdam Ave & W 119th St 3:30 Face the Music teen string quartet from Kaufman Music school 4:00 Alchemy Winds flute & oboe 5:30 Le Rogue Trio Gypsy swing & original jazz Frederick Douglass Playground W 102th St & Amsterdam Ave 2:00 Rachel Arac 4:15 Chorofunk - Pandeiro Beat multi-media Brazilian percussion 5:00 Cavalier intellectual hip hop 5:45 Portarock 6:15 The Sonnet Man hip hop twist on Shakespeare Morningside Park 7:15 Kwame & the Uptown Shakedown diverse and kinetic soulful rock 8:30 Byron Westbrook In SHUFFLE, members of the audience wander with handheld speakers, defining the arc of the piece through their navigation of the landscape 9:00 Jonathan Zalben VIBRATI paints a whimsical and impressionistic view of the summer solstice through projections and recorded and live audio 9:30 Du Yun EVENING PRAYER brings chants from different musical and cultural practices together NYPL: 115th Street 203 W 115th St 2:00 Rolando Rockoso chill jazz guitar with something to say Sakura Park Riverside Dr & W 122 St 11:00 AM Roger Street Friedman singer-songwriter 12:00 Elijah Shiffer 1:00 Akshara percussive Indian classical 2:00 Nailah Nombeko soprano Adrienne Patino and violinist Vita Wallace perform Nallah’s songs written to the poetry of Felicia Hemans 2:30 Solstice Singers a cappella mix 3:00 Mass Appeal: Toy Pianos Alexa Dexa debuts “Spottings on Safari,” composed for any even number of toy pianos and tape. Inspired by John Cage, Spottings on Safari provides children and adults the opportunity to perform together in an unconventional way. Toy pianists of all ages are encouraged to participate. Contact Alexa for more info: 4:00 Dominic Cammarota classical & modern Japanese shakuhachi 6:00 Adam and Raysh klezmer, Celtic, classical St. John the Divine: Peace Fountain 1047 Amsterdam Ave 5:30 Mass Appeal: Harps everyone is welcome to come, lever and pedal harps alike. No stairs! Short rehearsal at 4:15; email alyssa@ for details 6:30 Mass Appeal: Mass join acclaimed conductor Kent Tritle for a heavenly sing-it-yourself performance of Faurés Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, accompanied by harpist Alyssa Reit and her Mass Appeal Harp ensemble. Singers of all kinds are invited to join! The only requirement is to show up, with music in hand and joy in heart 7:30 Mass Appeal: “Anyone’s Story” a 20-minute mass singing event by Paul Pinto. Singers sing in 4-part harmony but everyone makes up their own lyrics, creating a chorale of individual stories, rants, questions, answers, and opinions. All ages are invited, no experience or rehearsal required. Just bring your portable music player (smart phone, iPod, mp3 player), headphones and sunglasses. Download the sing-along track at or email Central Park France & India in Central Park Central Park Summerstage Rumsey Playfield 7:00 – 10:00 IAM with special guest Rakim French hip hop group mixes both rage and intelligence, infused with the sounds of Egyptian, African, Asian and American music. Legendary hip hop artist Rakim’s iconic album Paid in Full has been deemed “the greatest hip hop album of all time” by Rolling Stone. Presented in association with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and the French Music Export Office Dairy Lawn enter at 59th St & 6th Ave 4:00 – 8:00 HarmoNYom: A Rhythmic Journey of Indian Classical Music Dalehead Arch 64th St & West Dr 7:00 Mass Appeal: Accordions Melissa Elledge leads an all- accordion performance of the minimalist classic “In C” by Terry Riley, under a stone arch. All accordionists are welcome, email to join! Frederick Douglas Circle CPW & 110th St 6:00 New York Taiko Aiko Kai traditional Japanese percussion Great Oval Hill W 104th St & CPW 11:00 AM Cynthia Goddeau singer- songwriter 12:00 Elaine Romanelli indie folk/ pop with a Celtic lilt 2:00 Joe Miller 3:00 Paul Tabachneck folk pop 4:00 Folk Music Society and NYC Street Singers present a sing- around Hootenanny 6:30 New York Late Starters String Orchestra supportive, noncompetitive chamber orchestra for beginning or recently returning adults Lake Music enter at W 77th & CPW Americas Society and MMNY present large-scale works by Canadian composer R. Murray Schafer 7:30 AM TILT Brass performs Dawn from “Music for Wilderness Lake” 5:00 George Steel conducts “Credo” for 144 singers on rowboats 8:30 TILT Brass performs Dusk from “Music for Wilderness Lake” Strangers Gate W 106th & CPW 6:00 Mass Appeal: Harmonicas free harmonicas will be provided by Hohner for you to play & keep! Anyone is welcome: kids, young people, adults, seniors, and whole families. International harmonica virtuoso Jia-Yi He will conduct a mini seminar, and lead you in a massed harmonica band. Even if you’ve never played before, after 40 minutes you’ll be able to join in on “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” and “When the Saints Go Marching In” Wollman Rink Terrace 4:00 Mass Appeal: Flutes a 2-hour performance venue just for flutists, all ages and skills welcome. Lead by Mary-Ann Tu, founder of Masterclasses NYC, and Valerie Holmes from the Kaufman Special Music School. Sightreading and prepared performances are on the agenda. All ages and ability levels welcome! Just bring your flutes (high and low!), a music stand, & binder clips so your music doesn’t fly away Upper East Side Cozy’s Cuts For Kids 1416 2nd Ave 1:30 The Fuzzy Lemons kid- friendly rock about smelly shoes, being nice to monsters Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden 421 E 61st St 5:00 Gibraltar Jazz retro & rocking Museum of Motherhood 401 E 84th St 2:00 Adam Fisher (Adam and the Argentinians) moves freely between jazz, tango, & classical
  7. 7. June 21, 2013 Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten Island Page 7 Carl Schurz Park: Playground E 84th St & E End Ave 4:00 The Fuzzy Lemons kid- friendly rock about jumping in puddles, funky hair Upper West Side 97th St Greenmarket at Columbus Ave 10:00 AM Catahoula Cajun Band Southern Louisiana-style 2-steps & waltzes 11:30 Amanda Thorpe bittersweet, evocative singer-songwriter Brandeis High School Garden Amsterdam Ave & W 84th St Sponsored by Council Member Gale A. Brewer & Brandeis HS 4:00 Sarah DeLeo jazz vocalist 5:00 Hippie In A Can teenage psych-rock trio 6:00 Sean Grissom cellist and subway entertainer 7:00 Poez spoken word pioneer MLK Educational Complex Plaza 122 Amsterdam Ave Kaufman Center presents 6:30 Face the Music & Peabody Preparatory Wind Symphony teen new music ensemble, with Baltimore’s Peabody Prep Wind Symphony, play major works by John Adams La Boite en Bois Restaurant 75 W 68th St 4:30 Greg Smith Group Hall & Oates meets Van Halen 8:00 Maynard and the Musties NYPL: 67th Street 328 E 67th St 3:30 Elina Akselrud Ukrainian- American classical pianist NYPL: Columbus 742 10th Ave 2:00 Brook Pridemore dancey, yell-y, sing-y good time NYPL: Riverside 127 Amsterdam Ave 1:00 Martha Mooke electro- acoustic violist, classical with digital effects and improv P.S. 84 Garden 32 W 92nd St 2:00 P.S. 84 Lilian Weber Rhythm Band and Recorder Ensemble Riverside Park at 110th St 3:00 – 10:00 The Songwriters’ Exchange of Greenwich Village: Mini Folk Fest day one of their yearly Mini Folk Fest, with over 17 artists at 100th St 11:00 AM Stephen Lewis interactive computer-controlled music 12:00 Nhu AnDo singer-songwriter 1:00 Jake Marmer 1:30 Hartford Independent Percussion Performing Organization (HIPPO) provocative sonic landscapes Sapphire 1845 B’dway 5:00 – 8:30 Les Ballets de l’Opera Chinois de New York fuses traditional Beijing opera w/ classical ballet Straus Park B’dway & W 106 St 7:30 Mass Appeal: Recorders noted performer/conductor Deborah Booth leads a recorder PLAY-IN to help raise the profile of this wonderful instrument. The repertoire will include a selection of pieces from the Renaissance, Baroque, and contemporary eras including Bach, Telemann, Gabrieli, Josquin, and ragtime composers. All recorder players (non-beginners) are welcome; bring music stands with clips for outdoor playing, and RSVP deborah@flute-recorder- Theodore Roosevelt Park Columbus Ave & W 81 St 6:30 Mass Appeal: Mandolins the NY Mandolin Orchestra (est. 1924) leads the Mass Appeal featuring mandolins, mandolas, & mandocellos, with music by Lennon/ McCartney, Leroy Anderson, Bach, & Duke Ellington, conducted by Jeffrey Ellenberger. Musicians of all ages and levels are welcome to join! RSVP: Whole Foods 808 Columbus Ave playing together 11:00 AM – 3:00 Steve Elliot, Andrea Wright expressive and vulnerable jazz folk Marion Cowings master of scat vocals, Smalls Jazz Club regular MIDTOWN Hell’s Kitchen Hell’s Kitchen Park 10th Ave & W 47th St 12:00 Frankie Keane Chicago singer-songwriter 1:00 Trumpet Grrrl brings her Converse Rubber Tracks studio work 1:30 Alissa Vox Raw soul, doo-wop and blues with a loop pedal 2:00 Caprice Starbrite sassy rock 2:30 School of Rock NYC 14-17-year-olds play rock classics 3:00 Laura Eister sweet, soulful crooning 3:30 If All Else Fails a hard-rock band of friends 4:00 Harrison Fine blend of organic and synth 4:30 Two Boroughs 5:00 Angela Everwood country singer 5:30 Motor Heart Man alt. grunge infused rock band 6:00 Jed Luckless 6:30 Wooden HEZ three-piece rock with grunge on the brain 7:00 Peace of Heart Choir non- profit promotes healing & diversity through music 7:30 Gotham Rock Choir NYC’s only choir devoted to pop, rock and soul High School For Environmental Studies 444 W 56th St 11:00 AM Oscar Bazan Trio instrumental rock trio 12:00 Ivan Del Aguila Combo jazz, rock, and good old fashioned jamming Oasis Community Garden 505 W 52nd St 5:00 Taluna Italian gypsy band with soulful singing, accordions, violins, guitars, tambourines 6:00 Yolanda R. 7:00 Carlos Jimenez Mambo Dulcet jazz flautist and band leader 8:00 Kings County Ramblers scrappy group of pickers 9:00 Codigo Sur unites the vast sonic landscape of South America Midtown East 245 Park Ave Lexington Ave side 12:00, 12:30, 1:00 Arts Brookfield presents The Jazz Saxophone 3 short sets by Stacy Dillard 300 Madison Ave lobby 12:00, 12:30, 1:00 Arts Brookfield presents The Jazz Saxophone 3 short sets by the Dan Martin Trio 601 Lexington Ave 11:00 AM – 2:00 Boston Properties presents Toot Sweet! French chansons, 50s rock, and 60s soul fill venues with joy Dag Hammarskjold Plaza 833 1st Ave 3:00 and 5:00 3 for 4 father and two sons play The Beatles Fragrance & Beauty Outlet 301 Madison Ave 1:30 School Ov Thought feel good music with a conscious message 3:00 Paul Phillips Band indie fun! 8:00 Zdub NYPL: 58th Street 127 E 58th St 2:00 Dave Hall “an artist of considerable lyrical clout” (NY Times) NYPL: Grand Central 135 E 46th Street 1:00 Elizabeth Sher sings Broadway, pop, jazz Ralph Bunche Park E 43rd St 4:00 Brendan Albert raw and honest 4:00 Alissa Vox Raw soul, doo-wop and blues with a loop pedal 4:45 Ariel Camaligan traditional Puerto Rican folk with contemporary songwriting 5:00 The Graduates prog-rock from NJ 5:30 Nikki O. buttery tone and powerful pipes 6:15 Dancing Goats groove band blends old school R&B with anything they feel like 7:00 Two Boroughs 7:30 Gotham Rock Choir NYC’s only choir devoted to pop, rock and soul Turtle Bay Music School 244 E 52nd St 11:00 AM Turtle Bay Music School Faculty Performers 12:00 The Lucky Chops Brass Band! Second Line sounds of New Orleans 12:00 Matthew Silberman 1:00 andPlay violin/viola duo committed to new works Laura Eister sweet, soulful crooning 1:30 Sasha Papernik 2:00 Turtle Bay Orff-estra 3:00 Tonal Emersion passionate & touching 4:00 oMoO layered loops, voice, a music box, and a sampler Neo Blues Maki new approach to old- school Japanese soul 5:00 Anastasia Falcon 17-year-old ukulele player Vero Wine Bar 1004 2nd Ave 5:45 Paul Sforza Midtown West Israel in Midtown Bryant Park 6th Ave & W 41st St 12:30 R*Time (Reut Regev) trombonist/composer and her unabashedly modern jazz trio. Presented with Israel’s Office of Cultural Affairs in NY Desmond’s Steakhouse 513 7th Ave at 38th St 1:00 Helen Denham singer-songwriter 2:00 KenWade journey through the American musical landscape 3:00 Noah Becke well-travelled jazz saxophonist 6:00 Gotham Rock Choir NYC’s only choir devoted to pop, rock & soul 7:00 Tracy Mothershed jazz vocalist with a warm sound 9:00 Paul Mills aka Poez spoken word pioneer Gibson NYC Showroom 421 W 54th St 7:30 – 3:00 AM MMNY After Dark: Gibson Presents the Official MMNY Afterparty Bands and DJ sets by Emanuel Gibson, CC Sheffield, Chaz Van Queen and more! Late-night open stage jam and drinks all night long brought to you by Emanuael Gibson, Christian Detres (CD3 Productions) and Gibson Guitars. RSVP by 6/20 Grace Building (Plaza) 1114 Ave of the Americas 12:00, 12:30, 1:00 Arts Brookfield presents The Jazz Saxophone 3 short sets by Dmitry Baevsky Korea in Midtown Herald Square 6th Ave at 34th St 3:00 NY Korean Traditional Marching Band Chun-seung Lee leads the first organization that actively promotes and performs Daechwita outside of Korea. Presented with the Korean Cultural Service and Isabel Soffer 6:00 Mass Appeal: Gongs gongs have been used for communication, processions, and religious ceremonies since ancient times. Here is your chance to feel the vibrations. From small tuned (nipple) gongs to large tam tams, a variety of metallic creations will be on hand for you to join this dramatic performance led by percussion duo Loop 2.4.3 Waltz 24 42nd St at 7th Ave 12:30 Mass Appeal: 49 Waltzes John Cage’s 1977 Ode to New York City invites anyone and everyone to share what they hear at 147 sites throughout the five boroughs. On June 21, led by Avant Media, we will attempt to document sounds at all 147 addresses, and we need your help! Anyone with a smartphone, audio recorder, or camera can take part by visiting a site, uploading a field recording, and sharing the link , giving a worldwide audience a glimpse into the city on the summer solstice. This group meet-up will celebrate the day and allow us to make multi-angle recordings. Visit for more info Chelsea Big Road in Chelsea 235 W 23rd St 10:00 AM Big Road Blues Band acoustic prewar blues 12:00 The Highland Divas folk music of Ireland, Scotland & N. Zealand 1:00 Pork Chop Willie and Melissa Tong music from the northern Mississippi hill country 2:00 Ken Ficara old-timey music on a the harmonitronica, an instrument of his own creation 3:00 Los Hijos de la Gran Puna Andean musics 4:00 Fuzzy Island ragtime- influenced guitar arrangements of pop standards 5:00 Sasha Papernik 6:00 Buck Meek and Shine hot jazz, Romanian waltzes, & klezmer 7:00 Alan Gilbert brass quintet 8:00 Robin Greenstein singer- songwriter 8:45 World Music to Support Japan high-energy percussion and dance jam featuring rhythms from Brazil BreakThru Radio 116 W 23rd St 12:00 BreakThru Radio Artists 2:00 Bird Courage 5:00 Dead Stars early 90s fuzzy rock The General Theological Seminary 440 W 21st St 6:30 Chelsea Winds Recorder Ensemble renaissance to modern on recorders Meatpacking District Gansevoort Plaza Ninth Ave & W 12th 12:00 New Music Collage cross- continental program with live performances of over 40 newly- composed vignettes 7:00 The Greenwich Village Orchestra Brass Quintet a selection of popular orchestral favorites, pop tunes, marches & more Dubspot 348 W 14th St all day electronica 12:00 Dubspot Students and Instructor Performances 12:45 SumKind 4:00 Baba Israel and Duv produced by Yako 440 8:00 Exaltron High Line at W 15th St 8:00 High Line Live! Presents: Mungo Thompson Cricket Orchestra a chamber orchestra of violins, flutes & percussion mimics the sound of crickets, based on transcribed field recordings at 21st St 8:15 Mass Appeal: 49 Waltzes John Cage’s 1977 Ode to New York City invites anyone and everyone to share what they hear at 147 sites throughout the five boroughs. Visit for more info
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June 21, 2013 makemusicny.orgBronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten IslandPage 8 Zimbabwe in Chelsea Hudson River Park: Pier 45 West St & W 10th St 12:00 Stormin’ Norman & Friends originals with a bluesy New Orleans flavor 1:00 Wiktor electro-acoustic 2:00 Poingly rock your socks off 2:30 mbiraNYC Shona mbira music from Zimbabwe 4:00 Sanpo Matsumoto media artist & electronic musician 5:00 Lynne Watson and Positive N-ergy high quality, professional funk 7:00 Max Gallico singer-songwriter Murray Hill NYPL: Kips Bay 446 3rd Ave 1:00 Noah Becker well-travelled jazz saxophonist Straus Performing Arts Center 225 E 27th St 12:00 – 4:00 NYCHA Talent Show Winners talented public housing residents with bmz positive hip hop and Feng Zhu melodica Gramery / Flatiron Calvary-St. George’s Church 61 Gramercy Park N 4:00 Alexa Babakhanian multi- media composition “There was a Child Went Forth”, based upon Walt Whitman’s Poem Leaves of Grass, performed by children and seniors 6:00 Jazz Conception Orchestra 9-piece collective, in the Jazz idiom and beyond Flatiron Building Plaza B’dway & E 23rd St 6:30 Mass Appeal: Cellos Brooklyn-based cellist Shayne Lebron ( leads participants in works of J.S. Bach, and other music popularized by Pablo Casals. There will also be an improvisatory piece with real-time composition. Cellists of all ages and skills can easily participate! Bring your own cello, stand, and clothespins; all music will be provided. Rehearsal at 6:30, performance at 7:00 SGI-USA 7 E 15th St 6:00 Emily Dawn Joffee folk pop 7:30 Mike Walters: Two But Not Two jazz saxophone Stuyvesant Square 2nd Ave & E 15 St 5:00 Bleecker StQ uber-groovy string quartet 5:30 EZstein 7:30 16 oz’s Union Square B’dway & W 14th 4:00 – 7:00 Mass Appeal: Guitars Guitar World Magazine and NYC Guitar School host this epic ensemble of guitarists open to players of all ages, styles, and skill-levels! Festivities begin at 4pm with practice sessions and booths; play-along jam at 6pm will feature songs by the Beatles, Florence + The Machine, Tom Petty, CCR, and more, led by guitarists Mark Stewart, MilitiA, and more! Worth Square B’dway & W 25 St 6:00 Mass Appeal: Violas 3rd annual Mass Viola event led by Sharon Bohen Riley, with classical music and country fiddle tunes. All levels of players are welcome. Email for info: DOWNTOWN Chinatown Alfred E. Smith Park 80 Catherine St 1:00 – 4:00 P.S. 126 / MAT Band program Columbus Park Pavilion 69 Mulberry St New York, NY 12:00 – 3:00 Lin Sing Manhattan Music Club Inc. community based multi-disciplinary art group presents annual concert featuring their choir, music ensemble, solo singing and dance troupes Division St & Bowery St 6:00 Florentine Music School Students, Faculty & Friends, Chinatown Partnership Festival Musicians 6:30 New Apostolic Christian Choir Chinatown promoting peace & love through music NYPL: Chatham Square 33 E B’dway 2:00 Kyle Tieman-Strauss & Buck McDaniel cellist & organist, composers East Village Abe Lebewohl Park E 10th St & 2nd Ave 4:00 Inky Glass Robert Johnson meets Janis Joplin 4:30 Wendy 5:00 Lucy Kalantari family friendly ukulele 5:30 Kole Hansen 6:30 Nhu An Do 6:30 Karen Davis 7:00 Allison’s Invention singer- songwriter 7:30 Dorit heavy minimalism with E. European gypsy influences 5 Napkin Burger 150 E 14th St 6:00 Josh Flagg poetic rock 6th St & Ave B Garden 7:00 East River Jazz Band big band-style standards and originals Charlie Parker House 9th St & Ave B 11:00 AM – 3:00 Ras Moshe jazz saxophone Ella Lounge 9 Ave A 5:00 The Shook Ones female pop punk trio 5:30 The Nicholas James Band old blues, traditional rock, funk & soul 7:00 Giant Flying Turtles high energy roots music 8:00 Zeek ‘The Experience’ soul- stirring pop and jazz singer First Park 33 E 1st St 12:00 Electric Djinn electronic music 1:00 Christopher Safos gutbucket blues and dreamy explorations 2:00 Amanda Thorpe bittersweet, evocative singer-songwriter 5:00 Ben Brody electric guitar master Green Oasis Community Garden E 8th St btw Ave C & Ave D 5:00 Erel Pilo think Fiona Apple and Billie Holiday 6:00 Pete Margolis reworked Americana classics 7:00 Zak Sherzad music at the intersection of jazz and digital technologies 8:00 All City Gang rap with slick lyrics and new age beats Joe’s Pub Block Party Astor Place 12:00 – 7:00 Joe’s Pub presents Beck Song Reader Stage Beck’s sing-it-yourself album, all day long, with house bands Balthrop, Alabama and Mother Falcon Nuyorican Poets Cafe 236 E 3rd St 1:00 Chorofunk - Pandeiro Beat multi-media Brazilian percussion 2:00 Tunacola Chilean electropop 3:00 Drumadics Afro-centric funk from a 10-piece percussion band 4:00 Sweet Electra Spanish electronica Sidewalk Cafe 94 Ave A 11:00 AM MOTP teenage rock band 12:00 Leslie Paris Viking contemplative Americana dance post-folk 1:15 NWSPR new wave electronica 2:15 Wyland 3:15 Of Clocks and Clouds synth punk 4:15 Brook Pridemore dancey, yell-y, sing-y good time 5:15 Meggin Ceol singer-songwriter 6:15 Paul Claro 7:15 Lame Drivers freeform power- pop 8:15 Mercury Morning indie rock 9:15 The Current -- NYC Contemporary A Cappella pop, rock, R&B and folk 10:00 MMNY After Dark: East Village Sidewalk Next To Table 12 186 Ave A 6:00 According To Wendy reggae to acoustic rock Supercuts 19 St. Marks Place 7:00 – 10:00 Globular Cluster family-friendly musical arts collective Tompkins Square Park E 7th & Ave A 4:00 – 8:00 Brass Ascension Submerge yourself in the lush, euphoric sound of brass! Veteran NYC independent producer Sara Valentine and musical director Frank London celebrate the brass tradition with performances by The Himalayas (led by Kenny Wollesen), PitchBlak Brass Band, Lucky Chops Brass Band, a double brass quintet from the Brooklyn Wind Symphony, Tom Zlabinger and students from York College, Shinbone Alley Stilt Band, and a special appearance by Extra Action Marching Band from Oakland, CA Greenwich Village / West Village AIDS Memorial Wall West St at Bank St 4:00 – 7:00 mbiraNYC Shona Mbira music from Zimbabwe Bleecker Playground Hudson St & W 11 St 5:00 Mass Appeal: Double Reeds the oboes, bassoons and English horns of the NY area join to perform repertoire from cultures around the world! Yue Cheng, principal oboist of the Shanghai Philharmonic, shares his expertise on music of his homeland, arranged for double reed ensemble, followed by Handel’s “Royal Fireworks.” No rehearsal necessary; just bring your horn and a music stand Village Alliance MacDougal St & W 8th St 1:00 Jeff Jacobs 3:00 Fame Junkies 4:00 Brian Follweller 5:00 Paul & Bets Camaje Bistro 85 MacDougal St 2:00 Siddharth J. Mehta 7:30 The New Thereminstrals indie rock on theremin and guitar Christopher Park (Sheridan Square) Christopher St at W 4 St 3:00 – 6:00 Songwriter’s Beat a showcase brought to you by NYC’s premiere night for performing songwriters 6:00 Renaissance Street Singers sacred music from the golden age of polyphony Composer’s Collaborative Block Party Cornelia St 11:00 AM Mass Appeal: Keyboards Yamaha will donate 175 keyboards for the world premiere of ‘Broken Record’, a 30-minute composition by Jed Distler for 175 keyboards and grand piano. This outdoor block party performance will set a new Guinness Book record for the world’s largest keyboard ensemble! To join, email pierre@ First Presbyterian Church 12 W 12th St 4:00 Show Stoppers seniors performing pop standards Gould Plaza 40 W 4th St 7:00 Vocal Heights co-ed a cappella sings contemporary rock and pop Jackson Square Park W 13 St & Greenwich Ave 10:00 AM – 8:00 Plus One 11:00 AM The Black River Rabble Rousers guitar, accordion, mandolin and bass 12:00 Jim Danner singer- songwriter with roots in Austin, TX 1:00 Mike Holliday just a man with songs to sing 3:00 The Mad Hatters Irish tradition with American class 4:00 Elaine Romanelli indie folk/ pop with a hint of Celtic lilt 6:00 Roger Street Friedman folk, blues, R&B, rock and country 7:00 Good Grief jazz La Guardia Corner Community Garden LaGuardia Pl & Bleecker St 5:00 Kings County Ramblers bluegrass, rag time, Americana improv 8:15 The Nevermind Orchestra Nirvana reinterpreted through New Orleans-style brass Little Red Square Bleecker St & 6th Ave 6:00 Mass Appeal: Saxophones co-led by Jessica Lurie and Stefan Zeniuk, we are looking for saxophonists of all horns and levels to join this Mass Appeal. We’ll be joined by great NYC horn players such Ras Moshe, Calire Dailey, members from RMO, the Tiptons, the Himalayas, and Zion80 Big Band, playing avant-garde free jazz, structured improvisations, micro-big band, gospel, whimsical jazz and nocturnal funk. RSVP: zipamusic@ NYPL: Hudson Park 66 Leroy St 2:00 Adam Tully Tango Trio traditional instrumentals from Argentina Peanut Butter & Co. 240 Sullivan St 12:00 Rainbow Fresh Retro 70s 3:30 Toot Sweet! French chansons, standards, 50s rock, 60s soul & original songs 6:30 The Mona Dahls rootsy grooves, and bluesy riffs 7:30 Andi Rae Healy The Quarter 522 Hudson St 11:00 AM Daryl Shawn one-man band with a gut-string guitar and flamenco twist 12:00 Bree Klauser quirky jazzy lyrics about German folklore and anime heroines 1:15 Paul Mills aka Poez spoken word pioneer 2:15 Kira Lyra singer-songwriter 4:00 Catahoula Cajun Band Northern Fried Cajun 5:15 Noshir Mody ethnic jazz-rock 7:15 ensemble, et al. contemporary percussion ensemble 9:00 The Speakeasys acoustic jazz and Bossa Nova
  9. 9. June 21, 2013 Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten Island Page 9 Lower East Side Afro Asian Block Party Suffolk St & Delancey 4:45 Megumi Watada Japanese pop singer 5:30 d’Mor hip hop 7:00 2 Divine Latin 7:30 Salome James blues and jazz Bowery Houston Mural 78 E Houston St 12:00 Elevator9 Productions a showcase from the collective that runs a zine, production unit and record label 1:00 Wyland 1:30 oMoO loops, a music box, and a sampler 1:30 Nativix Brazilian duo plays electro rock 2:15 Mano multi-lingual rapper from Burkina Faso 3:00 Chris Stewart sounds like nothing until you listen 3:30 Rousseau 5:00 The Lucky Chops Brass Band! Second Line sounds of New Orleans 6:30 We Are The Wilderness indie rock and interactive video CultureFix 9 Clinton St 12:00 Mass Appeal: Circuit Bent Orchestra with Hans Tammen a large open form piece, performed by an ensemble of circuit bent instrument, noise maker and smartphones! All are welcome to join, but must RSVP to 2:30 Tania Stavreva 3:00 Carter Zumtobel fine folk and acoustic merriment 3:30 Helen Denham guitar and piano 4:30 Jim Danner singer-songwriter with roots in Austin, TX 5:00 Barry Kay in the style of early 70s singer-songwriters 5:30 Charlie Weeks 6:30 The Dardys indie pop 7:00 Kris Keyser low-bit compositions made on Nintendo Game Boys 7:30 Wiktor electro-acoustic 8:00 Jodi Good 8:30 Cyd Blaise think Karen Dalton meets Stevie Nicks 9:00 The Lilted tribute to the musical spirit of the late 60’s 9:30 Poor Remy indie rock 10:00 MMNY After Dark: LES Le Petit Versailles 346 E Houston St 5:00 Garrin Benfield freestyle acoustic rock 8:00 DJ Dandylion prolific west coast DJ 8:30 Bruno G Tavares Bossa Nova and Tropicalia 9:00 Justin Sayre think Charles Ludlum meets CharlesBusch 9:30 Amber Martin vocalist and comedic performance artist Malt & Mold 221 E B’dway 12:00 Triple A String Band old time fiddle and banjo band from southern Appalachia 1:00 Poor Remy indie rock 2:00 Richard Thorne quirky acoustic pop and urban folk rock 3:00 Andrew James Hughes Top 40s 4:00 Joe Miller 5:00 Jesse “Cannonball” Statman danceable, folky tunes 6:00 Painless Parker country laments and sea shanties 7:00 The Nevermind Orchestra Nirvana reinterpreted through New Orleans-style brass Mic-Club at Siempre Verde Garden 137 Attorney St 3:00 Tracy Thorne 3:30 Dan Douchy 4:00 Nick Danger 5:00 Jens Jepson 5:30 The Fire Fly Project 6:00 Lord Lorax this time, the trees shall be heard 6:30 Mark Kamhi 7:00 James Reed 7:30 Liam Brown and The Pound 8:00 INKARAYKU Andean music and performance NYPL: Tompkins Square 331 E 10th St 3:00 The Library is On Fire art punk indie rock band Pier 42 South St at Montgomery St 5:00 Collin Couvillion fingerpickin’, slide playin’, foot-stompin’ good time 5:45 Desmond roots reggae 6:30 Los Hijos de la Gran Puna Andean music and performance 8:00 Akshara percussive Indian classical P.S. 140 123 Ridge St 12:00 P.S. 140 Band Sara Roosevelt Park Chrystie St at E Houston St 4:00 CIRLU 4:30 Hobo Bob and Obsidian wordsmiths and lyrical poets 6:00 Deep Intent blues, rock, and funk 7:00 Purple Flame Lower Manhattan Bowling Green B’dway & Beaver St 11:30 AM – 3:30 Grant’s Tomb 10-piece band with a serious horn section Brookfield Place Waterfront Plaza, 220 Vesey St. 12:00, 12:30, 1:00 Arts Brookfield presents The Jazz Saxophone 3 short sets by Sam Newsom City Hall Greenmarket B’dway at Chambers St 11:00 AM HooP toe tappin’, finger snappin’, foot Stompin’, crowd pleasing 12:00 Steven Spost originals, with some Ray LaMontagne and Jack Johnson covers 2:00 Waynocat classical, rock, and jazz ukulele City Hall Park B’dway & Park Row 6:00 Polish Theater Institute musical theater group performs E. European version of Midsummer Night’s Dream (Night of Kupala) Nelson A. Rockefeller Park River Terrace & Warren St 2:00 River to River presents: Peripatetic Audio Visual Ensemble digital bricoleur Liubomir Borissov & composer Konrad Kaczmarek superimpose new sights/sounds on Lower Manhattan. Download the app from One New York Plaza Water & Broad St 12:00, 12:30, 1:00 Arts Brookfield presents The Jazz Saxophone 3 short sets by Hailey Niswanger South Street Seaport Fulton St & Water St 7:00 Mass Appeal: French Horns we’ll perform all kinds of Horn- centric music from classical to jazz to something we wrote the night before. All horn players are welcome! Contact Marshall Sealy, homsinger@ Zuccotti Park B’dway & Liberty St 12:00, 12:30, 1:00 Arts Brookfield presents The Jazz Saxophone 3 short sets by Sharel Cassity Soho Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral 263 Mulberry St 11:00 AM Mariamusician pianist- singer-songwriter 12:00 Kyle Tieman-Strauss & Buck McDaniel cellist & organist, composers 1:00 Alchemy Winds flute & oboe B’dway & Houston St 1:00 Madam West electro-soul trio 2:00 Anyway, so pop 4:00 Trombonita Bossa, salsa, jazz, bolero & Cuban Son played on trombone 4:45 Risha Gorig dark noir pop 5:30 Lulla Japanese singer-songwriter 6:00 Trombonita Bossa, salsa, jazz, bolero & Cuban Son played on trombone 7:00 The Kissing Club 7:45 AVANT DUEL dramatic flare, pulsating synths & big room rock drums 8:30 Risha Gorig dark noir pop NYC iSchool 131 6th Ave 1:00 NYC iSchool Artists students play rock and jazz NYPL: Mulberry Street 10 Jersey St 1:00 Barry Kay in the style of early 70s singer-songwriters Pera Soho Brasserie 54 Thompson St 6:00 Sinem Saniye Turkish/German songstress 8:00 Chris Yetner Trio jazz trio Soho Square 6th Ave & Spring St 3:00 Ken Camino 17-year-old makes catchy conversational music 4:00 Sarah Elizabeth Foster 5:00 Supermajor big choruses, vocal harmony and laser sounds 6:00 NYC# A Cappella 9 person co-ed 6:30 Codigo Sur landscape of South America processed through a contemporary alternative lens 7:00 One Lucky Lady Tribeca AnVilEntertainment Recorders Street Jamz Duarte Square 2:00 Himes 3:00 plastiq passion all girl rock band 4:00 The Subtexts reminiscent of 1980s college rock glory days 5:00 Sad Ladders 6:00 Johnny Mellor’s Bastardos louder in a four-piece than anything Phil Spector could ever have wished for 7:00 Teribalanamal new wave / post-punk 3 piece The Flea Theater 41 White St 7:00 Gregg Wramage + Yotam Haber, featuring the Contemporaneous Ensemble Los Americanos 305 Church St 5:00 – 9:00 Secret Weapon mashup of turntables, keyboards, guitars and bass NYPL: New Amsterdam 9 Murray St 12:00 Aisling Peartree old school and contemporary R&B Saleya 65 W B’dway 4:00 The Alex Mallett Band old- timey songs for broken-hearted banjo lovers 8:30 Kat Webb Austin, TX-born soul singer Tribeca Park W B’dway & Beach St 5:00 David Chidsey Spanish Guitar 6:00 Flor de Toloache NYC’s only all-women mariachi band 7:00 Orquesta del Cabaceo Beginning at 11am on June 21, in partnership with River to River, Mantra Percussion will lead the New York premiere of Cornelius Cardew’s 1970 masterpiece The Great Learning, travelling between seven public spaces over 10 hours in Lower Manhattan. The Great Learning is a work in seven parts, based on translations of Confucius by Ezra Pound, and written for trained and untrained musicians performing on pipe organ, slide whistles, percussion, double basses, voice, and more. Due to its extreme and unconventional demands, a complete performance of The Great Learning is exceedingly rare. Joining Mantra Percussion will be Nick Hennies from Austin New Music Co-op, and dancers from the Shakedown Dance Collective led by Deborah Lohse and Jamie Benson. For the full, updated itinerary, visit
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June 21, 2013 makemusicny.orgBronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten IslandPage 10 Astoria Astoria Neighborhood Music Showcase 3558 29th St 3:00 Anne Mironchik toe-tappin’ standards and originals 5:30 Brendan Albert raw and honest Canadian singer-songwriter 6:00 Shannon Pelcher Tin Pan Alley and 1960s folk 6:30 Angela Everwood country singer-songwriter 7:00 Paul Tabachneck folk pop from Harlem’s most available singer-songwriter Astoria Park Skatepark 21 Hoyt Ave Punk rock showcase brought to you by Mike SOS 5:00 Prostitution 5:30 Phosphate 6:00 Omissionary 6:30 Section 8 Cartel 7:00 SOS 7:30 Thinning The Herd Athens Square Park 30th St & 30th Ave 4:00 Scotty Epstein 4:30 Ulyses Cannon 5:30 Dirty Wings outlaw music 6:30 Greenstreets 7:30 Missing Teens 8:30 Beecher’s Fault catchy clever rock Athens Triangle 32-15 Newtown Ave 4:15 Going Somewhere, Jackie? 5:00 Hejira - a World Music Experience musical bridge between Middle Eastern & Western audiences 5:30 Space Jump Live! 5:45 Erica Russo cross between Joanna Newsom, Heart & Ani Difranco 6:15 The Static Rising Krautrock- based psychedelica 6:45 The Concentrics rock’n’roll 7:30 illimanjaro Bubba’s Bistro 31-13 Ditmars Blvd 5:00 Laura Butler jazzy-folk Cafe Bar 32-90 36th St 1:00 Roberto Buscarsi roving ukulele instructor 3:00 Yaiquab 4:00 Jim Duffy 5:00 Mimi Canada singer-songwriter 6:00 Alissa Vox Raw soul, doo-wop and new technology 7:00 Malachi Souljah reggae 8:00 Christopher Safos gutbucket blues 9:00 Tali & The Grind Israeli and Latin influenced world pop Crescent & Vine 2503 Ditmars Blvd 5:00 Jean Marie 6:00 Nervous Breakdowns outside of society Martha’s Country Bakery 36-21 Ditmars Blvd 3:00 Pandafan indie-folk inspired by The Carter Family to Pink Floyd 6:00 Hello, Fever! folk punk duo 7:30 Laura Butler jazzy-folk Olde Prague Tavern 28-48 31st St 9:00 – 12:00 AM MMNY After Dark: Astoria featuring Little Creatures Queens Council on the Arts 37-11 35th Ave, Entrance on 37th St 10:00 AM Mind Open four piece Bossa-nova and jazz 12:00 Roberto Buscarsi roving ukulele instructor 2:00 Jeanne Marie Boes powerful soul singer Queens Library at Broadway 40-20 B’dway 3:30 Roberto Buscarsi roving ukulele instructor P.S. 84 School Yard 22-45 41st St 10:00 AM P.S./M.S. 84 Student groups Corona Corona Plaza Roosevelt Ave & 104th St 4:00 Corona Bucket Orchestra students from Corona and environs Elmhurst Dunningham Triangle 82nd St & Baxter Ave 2:30 Roberto Buscarsi roving ukulele instructor 4:00 Edgar Iniguez Latin flavored folk rock 5:30 Stefani Vara 6:30 DJ Freue 8:00 The Players Club jazz Far Rockaway Mixed Notes @ Rockaway Beach Band Shell Beach 17th St & Boardwalk 6:00 Danielle and Jennifer singing sisters 6:45 Como Brothers Band rock’n’roll 7:30 MOTP teenage rock 8:15 Mixed Notes All Stars Featuring: Les Paultre, No Image, Ron Henry, Deuce & Lil Kev, Devine, Oriel R&B, reggae, hip hop and roots Rockaway Artists Alliance 206 Beach 116th St 4:00 The Como Brothers Band rock’n’roll 5:30 JAMMIN JON KIEBON 6:15 Rockaway Artists Alliance All Stars experimental guitar madness 7:00 Jessica Brown 8:00 Poorhouse 9:00 The Brotherhood of The Grape Flushing China in Flushing Queens Crossing Mall Outdoor Plaza 136-17 39th Ave 5:30 - 8:30 SuperNova Chinese American Singing Contest Final 20 signing contest finalists perform live, co-hosted by Hong Kong’s TVB Jackson Heights Manuel de Dios Plaza 83rd St & Roosevelt Ave 5:00 jKb Freedom Jazz US Post Office in Jackson Heights 78-02 37th Ave 6:00 Poingly will rock your socks off Jamaica Mckinley’s Children’s Garden 108-56 Union Hall St 10:00 AM Roberto Buscarsi roving ukulele instructor 10:30 Feng Zhu melodica 11:00 Ariane Alexander classically trained violinist 11:30 Angela Everwood country singer-songwriter 12:00 PM Hejira - a World Music Experience musical bridge between Middle Eastern & western audiences 12:30 oMoO 1:00 La’Rayne singer-songwriter 1:30 Amber Stowell originals and covers from a young singer- songwriter 2:30 Benita Charles soul-stirring music from Harlem Rufus King Park Jamaica Ave & 153rd St 2:00 Chrivane Witiker and Friends Long Island City 5 Points: Giant Mural Building 45-46 Davis St 1:00 The Shook Ones dynamic power trio 2:00 Chaz Van Queen Stevie Wonder meets Slick Rick 3:00 Mind Open four-piece Bossa Nova jazz 5:00 HART experimental R&B and rockabilly neo-soul 8:00 Dream Circle genre-bending journey into soul, house, hip hop & dub Court Square Park Jackson Ave & Court Sq 3:00 EKRA 4:00 Saturn Unleashed 5:00 St Angels LIC Bar 45-58 Vernon Blvd 9:00 – 2:00 AM MMNY After Dark: Long Island City featuring DJ DEZ and DJ ACRE Mural on 47th + Vernon 47th Rd & Vernon Ave 11:15 AM Joseph Martin solo pianist, accompianist, chamber musician, and organist Mexico in Long Island City Socrates Sculpture Park 32-01 Vernon Blvd 5:00 - 10:00 PM Socrates Sculpture Park Presents: Toca & Alé Alé Drummers, a Solstice Celebration Space Womb Gallery 22-48 Jackson Ave 12:00 Gravax teenage electronic producer 2:00 Ekayani and The Tom Glide Space yoga on the dance floor with Sanskrit mantras 5:00 PM Creation Myth dream-pop 6:00 Christopher Safos gutbucket blues 7:45 TheBandCC female fronted rock 8:30 Verbosa post hardcore, indie, and ambient rock Spice Cafe 47-45 Vernon Blvd 2:00 Joseph Martin solo pianist, accompianist, chamber musician, and organist 5:00 TARA electropop soul with island vibes 7:00 Barry Kay early 70s style acoustic guitar and smooth vocals 9:00 Hejira - a World Music Experience bridging Middle Eastern & western audiences Sweet Leaf 10-93 Jackson Ave 1:00 Jim Duffy 3:45 Daryl Shawn one-man band with a gut-string guitar and flamenco twist 2:00 Lizzy Baine Cleveland-based soulful indie-folk Ridgewood 71st Avenue Triangle at Myrtle Ave 4:00 - 8:00 Joe Fuoco’s Music Center and Friends Ridgewood Veteran’s Triangle Myrtle Ave & Cypress Ave 2:00 Lisa Winter 4:00 The Bushwick Gospel Singers harbingers of a new world Venditti Square Woodbine St & Myrtle Ave 2:00 Echo Bloom orchestral folk 4:00 Lani Ford acoustic alt-Americana 6:00 Bushwick Gospel Singers harbingers of a new world Roosevelt Island NYPL: Roosevelt Island 524 Main St 2:00 Mariamusician pianist-singer- songwriter Sunnyside 40th St/Lowery St Plaza 2:00 Forbidden Donut a smorgasbord of sounds 7:00 Roberto Buscarsi roving ukulele instructor 46th St/Bliss St Plaza 3:00 History two piece band plays gospel, rock and soul 5:00 The Occident acoustic duo 6:30 Ten and Change a cappella featuring tight harmonies and side- splitting humor Cafe Marlene 41-11 49th St 8:00 Cafe Marlene presents “Songs of the Season”, a musical round robin. Featured artists include Breakaway, Barry Kay, Cyd Blaise, Roberto Buscari and DDyole, but all are invited to come perform The Courtyard Ale House 40-18 Queens Blvd 9:00 – 12:00 MMNY After Dark: Sunnyside SSS DVD and Video 47-18 Greenpoint Ave 5:00 Punch and Judy blues to Broadway 6:00 Matthew Polashek funk, jazz Make Music New York has organized June 21st concerts on Rikers Island since 2011, for prisoners and guards who rarely get to hear music in their daily lives. This year, we have launched a more sustained music program on Rikers, where every Tuesday, six professional NYC percussionists teach a one-hour music theory class and a one-hour private drum lesson for 10 inmates, on instruments generously donated by Remo. On June 21st, after 10 weeks of lessons, all of the students and teachers will play together at a final Make Music New York concert for the larger inmate population. Following the concert, we will offer students additional free weekly individual lessons, once they get out, plus “class reunions” for all ten students to play together every couple of months, and at future MMNY celebrations, giving them a way to integrate into New York’s greater musical community.
  11. 11. June 21, 2013 Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten Island Page 11 Historic Richmond Town 441 Clarke Ave 12:00 Joe Miller NYPL: Richmondtown 200 Clarke Ave 1:00 Sharon Ostrov soulful, harmonic, real P.S. 29 1581 Victory Blvd 10:00 AM 3rd Grade Recorder Ensemble 10:30 AM Como Brothers Band Long Islanders write originals and rock out onstage 11:00 AM P.S. 29 Concert Band folk songs at a beginner level 11:30 AM P.S. 29 5th Grade Concert Band a variety of pop tunes 12:00 P.S. 29 Chorus 5th graders sings pop and folk Westerleigh Park 1:00 Daryl Shawn one-man band with a gut-string guitar & flamenco twist 4:00 Daniel Hartig performs all styles 6:00 Geremy Grant covers from alt to pop 7:00 Gabby Pisapia 7:15 Lauren Buttermark 7:45 Samantha Frank 8:00 Julia Gargano and Kacey Velazquez Native Staten Island singer-songwriters (and high schoolers) create a fusion of pop, country and rock 9:00 Frank Glaz and friends satirical songs about today’s technology, and oldies Cpl Thompson Park Henderson & B’dway 12:30 Chris Scarpa 1:15 Born Rightwise 1:45 Dinosaur Monday 2:15 FigureHead 3:00 Clockwork SI-based rock power trio likes to make “all the sounds on the everything” 4:30 Emergency Protocol NYPL: Tottenville 7430 Amboy Rd 3:00 Canvas Radio the next wave of folk rock evolution Snug Harbor 1000 Richmond Terrace 6:00 Radioactive pre-teen phenom cover band Tappen Park Bay St 12:00 Cadre of Two original songs inspired by the whole universe 12:15 Strays 1:00 Frank Mirra Staten Island bluesman and recent recipient of a Blues Hall Of Fame award 1:15 Doziac 2:00 The Government 3:00 Jamie Glass 4:00 Nuclear Boots Make Music NY’s SIXTH Annual Curated by ABC No Rio’s HC/Punk Collective SATurday JUNE 22 2013 At the Coast Guard Plaza & Pier STATEN ISLAND (100 yards south of the Ferry Terminal) 11AM-10PM Free ferries from Battery Park every 30 minutes With over 90 punk bands including: The F.U.’s All New Episode Antidote (US) Apparation Archie Alone Aye Nako Barroom Heroes Blackout Shoppers Braincandy Budd Dwyer Capacities Citizen Blast Kane Cop Problem Dead Tricks Dead Wurm Debtors Union Dennis Fucking Quaid Done with you Doug Zambon (The Vansaders) Dutch Guts Eli Whitney & the Sound Machine Emergency Break Empty Vessels Ex By V Feudalism Girlcrush GLTR PNCH Goddammit (PA) Habits Homewreckers Honah Lee Ides InCircles International Override Joey Steel and the Attitude Adjusters Jukai Kill the Clock Little Waist Live Fast Die Fast Lords Of Death Manalive Meek is Murder Menopaws Miscegenator More Than True Not the Bees! Obamanation OC45 Oh the Humanity Penguin Petes Lost Luggage Playing Dead Polyphony Poor Lily Quantice Never Crashed Railyard Ghosts Reason Enough Rebelmatic Repellers Rew Starr Running Thoughts Ruthless Dudes Shivering Brigade Skarroneros South Second Sped Suburban Grass The Best Lies The Facts The Jukebox Romantics The Goat Herders The Last Regret The Last Stand The New Scum The Old Edison The Radicals The Scandals The Sharp Lads The Straphangers Tied For Last Tiny Teeth Tri-State Conspiracy Two Fisted Law Up For Nothing Uncle Isaac (Old Lady) Uzuhi Warsaw Sage World War IX XPassageX Yeti Zombie Fight Illustrations by Steven Guarnaccia Front cover by Seymour Chwast
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