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Greenport: Winterfest Concert Series: Jeff Franzel Trio

March 05, 2017 at Peconic Landing in Greenport.

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Join renowned songwriter and composer Jeff Franzel along with musicians Corin Stigall and Yaala Ballin for an afternoon of Jazz classic covers and originals.
Jeff is currently working on a Billy Joel country tribute album as the pianist/arranger featuring Willie Nelson and Lady Antebellum. He has written songs for such diverse artists as The Temptations, Placido Domingo, Shawn Colvin, and Dianne Reeves. Jeff writes in virtually all styles and works with lyricists in many languages and has accompanied such artists as Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., and Mel Tormé.

Upright Bassist, Corin Stiggall, a stalwart member of the NYC jazz scene for over 20 years, has performed at the Village Vanguard and Carnegie Hall with many musical legends including George Cables, Gil Coggins, and Billy Higgins. Recorded for Columbia Records, taught at the Stanford Jazz workshop and is known for his plush”magic carpet ride” swing.

Yaala has recorded 3 CDs – “Travelin’ Alone” (Smalls Records), “On The Road” (Gallery Records), “Live Session” (Gut String Records) – and was recently featured on “The Music Of Duke Jordan” (Steeplechase Records) with the Chris Byars Septet, for which she also wrote original lyrics. In addition to appearances in New York City (Smalls, Smoke, Birdland), she tours frequently in Europe and has been featured at festivals and concert series in the Middle East.

Address: 1500 Brecknock Rd, Greenport
Winterfest Concert Series: Jeff Franzel Trio

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Tarrytown: Spin Madly at the Y

March 04, 2017 at Family YMCA at Tarrytown in Tarrytown.

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The Y is hosting a Tour de France Spin Contest on Saturday March 4 from 10am to 3pm! Sign up for one hour – or up to five hours – of spinning to raise money for our Y Strong Kids Community Impact Fund and to raise awareness of our new member referral program!

Secure sponsors to support your personal Spin Madly effort, or just donate $20/hour to participate, your choice.

Spin instructors will create maps of famous Tour de France locations, including mountain treks and city rides, add music and off you go for a ride you’ll never forget!

Every dollar raised goes to provide financial assistance so that children, families and individuals can be a part of our Y regardless of income level. We believe that every member of our community needs a place like the Y, where they can belong and grow. Won’t you consider being a part of the Tour de France team and help us keep the Y open to everyone?

Contact Diane McCarthy dianem@ymcatarrytown.org or speak with any Spin instructor. Register at the MSD, forms available in class or at MSD (Y Member Service Desk). First 50 registrants receive a great t-shirt commemorating the event! They’re going fast…

Address: 62 Main St, Tarrytown
Spin Madly at the Y

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New York: CRS Sound Healing Circle

March 10, 2017 at CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) in New York.

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March welcomes the Worm Moon, also known as the Crow Moon! Worms bring life back into the thawing soil. The birds celebrate in joyful song, sharing their timeless wisdom. To honor this energy, our sound healers, Miyoko and Senko, will help us to partner up and drum, rattle, and sing to one another (no experience or “talent” necessary) as we journey to meet our power animals and ask what seeds to plant. Let us shake, rattle and roll with the rhythm of cosmic vibration to help heal ourselves and all our relations.

Following a short share, CRS Healer Miyoko will lead us through a crystal bowl meditation to help us clear our minds and clarify what we have received from spirit.

The fee is $20 through March 9 and $25 on March 10.

Our purpose, guided by our devoted study and practice of A Course in Miracles, is to remind one another that we are one and the same, always already perfect expressions of love. Therefore, we will be training ourselves to look for and find such reminders in all of our visions and experiences. While the forms of our activities draw on or are adapted from various shamanic and healing traditions, we do not seek to hold up any particular forms as essential or superior in and of themselves. Any form or experience could be used to remember who we truly are and to join with others. We will be using these particular forms simply because we enjoy them!

CRS Co-Founder Christopher Pelham will lead the circle this month. Chris has a background in ensemble and improvisational theatre and has been studying ACIM since 2003 and offering healing and spiritual counseling since 2013. He leads the Monday night guided meditation and Healing Clinic at CRS, teaches A Course of Love on Wednesday nights, participates in the Tuesday night Healing Clinics and assists Yasuko in the leading of the Monday night ACIM Classes.

Address: 123 4th Ave, New York
CRS Sound Healing Circle

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Flushing: Jeffery Broussard & the Creole Cowboys

March 10, 2017 at Flushing Town Hall in Flushing.

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Mardi Gras is never over with one of the most influential accordionists and vocalists in modern zydeco music, Jeffery Broussard! He began his career with traditional Creole zydeco music playing drums in his father’s band, moved on to develop the nouveau zydeco sound in Zydeco Force, then returned to the more traditional zydeco sound with his own band. Pre-concert zydeco dance lessons will include the two-step and the waltz, and will get you ready to move!

DATE: FRI, MAR 10, 7 PM (DANCE LESSONS) & 8 PM (CONCERT)
Tickets: $16/$10 Members & Students​ (Free for Teens Age 13-19 with ID.)

Address: 137-35 Northern Blvd, Flushing
Jeffery Broussard & the Creole Cowboys

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New York: CHILL with Chill Factor

February 25, 2017 at Gramercy Ale House NYC in New York.

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Come CHILL with Chill Factor this Saturday Night for an awesome Live Music Performance!

Stop on by to hear your favorite tunes from 80s, 90s and today! Enjoy ice cold beers, great deals and an incredible performance at Gramercy Ale House… where Everyone has a front row seat!

Party starts at 8 pm and goes until midnight, but good times last all night!

Address: 272 3rd Ave, New York
CHILL with Chill Factor

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Brooklyn: Freaks Don’t Cry

March 10, 2017 at Coney Island USA in Brooklyn.

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Coney Island USA Presents: A Linked Dance Theatre and Funhouse Philosophers Production

Freaks Don’t Cry is an immersive experience inspired by Coney Island’s acclaimed sideshow. Our cast is seeking a daring audience, enthusiastic about joining the act.

Calling back to the Glam Rock era of the mid 1970’s, and the death defying acts and curiosities of sideshows, we seek to entertain and mystify you. We also are inviting the possibility of a single audience member getting to be initiated as a honorary freak to help us save our show!

The show is loosely based on Hans Christian Anderson’s ‘The Little Mermaid’ and seeks to explain the reason freaks like mermaids don’t cry.

Linked Dance Theatre makes stories come to life through movement, text, music and everything related to the body. Out of our practice, comes staged and immersive works that subvert the conventional norms of what theatre or dance should or should not be. Linked Dance Theatre works tend to question very liminal spaces and seek to explore the essence of what makes us human.

Featuring Performances by: Steve Moore, Jordan Chlapecka, Tessa Fairey, Rita McCan, Shan Y. Chuang Original Music by Stephen Bennett, Justin Boccitto, and Brendan Littlefield, Musicians: Stephen Bennett, Brenden Littlefield, and Heidi Blair Clark.

Tickets are $25 online, or at the door.

Address: 1208 Surf Ave, Brooklyn
Freaks Don

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New York: Chess Match No. 5

March 19, 2017 at SITI Company Anne Bogart in New York.

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conceived and directed by Anne Bogart
text arranged by Jocelyn Clarke from public conversations with John Cage
created by SITI Company

featuring Will Bond & Ellen Lauren

choreographer: Barney O’Hanlon
scenic and costume designer: James Schuette
lighting designer: Brian H Scott
sound designer: Darron L West

Chess Match No. 5″ is a new play based on texts from the many public conversations with American composer, writer, artist, and philosopher John Cage. SITI actors Will Bond and Ellen Lauren embody the dramatic journey of a long-term relationship over the course of a single night and a chess game. Come experience the wide-open mind-bending brilliance of Cage’s insights about the world, about art and music, philosophy and the adventures that life presents through teh conversations that he engaged in throughout his life. Dense and humorous, graceful and penetrating, this is SITI Company in an adventurous mood, landing lightly upon the profound truths to which we all can relate.

Previews begin on March 9, 2017. For schedule, tickets, and more information visit http://abingdontheatre.org/chessmatch/

Address: 520 8th Ave, Ste 310, Fl 3rd, New York
Chess Match No. 5

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Brooklyn: BRM Women’s Voices: WRM Round Robin

March 29, 2017 at Brooklyn Raga Massive in Brooklyn.

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Doors Open | 8:00pm
WRM Round Robin | 8:30pm
Raga Jam Session | 10:00pm

Women’s Raga Massive presents a Round Robin, bringing together 12 women who will perform a series of spontaneous, improvised duets. The group will then break into larger ensembles and present original works, each led by a different member of the collective. Tabla sculpture installations by Seema Lisa Pandya will be on display.

Women’s Raga Massive is primarily concerned with exploring and making visible the diverse creative work of female-identified artists in a musical world where those voices are a minority. WRM seeks to create a platform for minority artists to engage in primarily musical conversations that are referential to Indian classical music and what it means to be a female artist in contemporary America.

Featuring:
Morley (voice)
Roopa Mahadevan (voice)
Priya Darshini (voice)
Pyeng Threadgill (voice)
Haleh Gafori (voice)
Trina Basu (violin)
Anjna Swaminathan (violin)
Camila Celin (guitar, sarod)
Tali Rubinstein (recorder)
Amali Premawardhana (cello)
Roshni Samlal (tabla)
Lauren Crump (percussion)

BRM Women

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Brooklyn: Sunday Sounds feat. bmai, Lizzie No, and Level 2

March 12, 2017 at 61 Local in Brooklyn.

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Sunday Sounds is 61 Local’s weekly intimate Sunday night music series. Frustrated after playing a number of shows at various loud local bars, Jess Best developed the ideal creative space for performance – a place that is intimate, focused on listening, and really fostering a community between performers and audience. Each event is carefully curated to showcase up-and-coming musicians in a space where audiences can listen to and discover new music. Come and enjoy this special night with craft wine and beer, dinner and an up-close night of music!

Doors at 7:00, music hits right at 7:30!
$10 Suggested Donation

This night will feature:

bmai
bmai is a solo project from Brandon Mai, a singer from a neo-soul/r&b/electronic trio called SP CE. Pronounced like ‘space’, their music sounds like a heart beating light years away.

Links:

http://www.facebook.com/wearespce
http://www.instagram.com/wearespce

Lizzie No
https://lizzieno.bandcamp.com/

Level 2
https://level2sounds.bandcamp.com/

Address: 61 Bergen St, Brooklyn
Sunday Sounds feat. bmai, Lizzie No, and Level 2

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New York: Disney Cabaret Auditions

March 01, 2017 at Lamplighters NYU in New York.

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Calling all Disney Fanatics!

Come audition for Lamplighters’ first event of the semester… A Disney Cabaret!

Auditions will take place March 1st from 7:00pm-10:00pm and March 2nd from 7:00pm-10:00pm in Kimmel Room 620.

What to prepare: A 32 bar cut of A Disney song! Be prepared to sing the full song if asked. Songs should be performance ready at time of the audition. Please be prepared to sing a cappella or with a karaoke track as an accompanist will not be provided.

*Duets, Trios and Groups are welcome to audition but should also be ready at time of the audition

Auditions slots are filling up fast so sign up for an audition slot by signing up on the google doc below Walk-ins will be seen on a first come, first serve basis.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zYLED9rGdqnolMLQJg9M2Ithrn6MM7fSZfQOtfTr3eU/edit?ts=58aba792#gid=0

Can’t make auditions in person? Email a video of you performing your song to lamplightersnyu@gmail.com by Thursday, March 2nd at 10:00pm.

Performance
The cabaret will be Saturday, April 1st. Performers will be required to attend a scheduled sound check between 6pm-8pm, with the performance starting at 8pm.

Disney Cabaret Auditions

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