For those who are park enthusiasts and culture lovers, Bryant Park collaborates with Carnegie Hall Citywide, Greenwich House Music School, and Harlem Stage to uplift audiences with the many sounds of music. Here is a brief list to upcoming free events. Take advantage.
Carnegie Hall Citywide: The KnightsJoin this extraordinary ensemble for a concert that showcases vibrant music by Jessie Montgomery, Anna Clyne, and Christina Courtin alongside Mozart’s classic Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.Carnegie Hall Citywide: Adrienne Warren & Friendswith Special Guests Matthew Griffin, Amber Iman, Ashley Loren, and Jhardon Milton
and Guest Host Mauricio Martinez
Celebrate in the role of Tina Turner on Broadway, Warren will be joined by emerging Broadway special guest performers Matthew Griffin, Amber Iman, Ashley Loren, and Jhardon Milton; the performance will be guest-hosted by Mauricio Martinez (On Your Feet!).Greenwich House Music School: Riley Mulherkar and Ella BricRiley Mulherkar is a 2020 recipient of Lincoln Center’s Emerging Artist Award for his work as “an original bandleader, composer, arranger, educator, community activist and advocate for jazz and the arts.” Briceño is stepping forward for the first time as a frontwoman where she can experiment with R&B, trap, folk, Afro-Latin and jazz from within the performing persona of Ella Bric.Terence Blanchard featuring The E-Collective with Turtle Island QuartetOne jazz master salutes another when 2018 United States Artists Fellow, two-time Oscar nominee, and five-time Grammy Award-winning trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard celebrates saxophone icon Wayne Shorter. Jazz lovers, this one's for you!
Harlem Stage: World Premiere of Craig Harris’ Nocturnal Nubian Ball for Conscientious Ballers and Cultural Shot Callers
Featuring Marshall Allen and Nation of Imagination
A mashup of intricate melodies, harmonies and rhythms, Craig Harris’ Nocturnal Nubian Ball for Conscientious Ballers and Cultural Shot Callers honors the music, influence, and teachings of the late icon and visionary artist, Sun Ra, and pays tribute to Marshall Allen, an original member of the Sun Ra Arkestra who has led the Arkestra since 1993.