8:00 pm
We’re mashing up 2 cultures on 1 stage with an open dance floor! Starting with dance lessons, each band plays a set, then the two meet and jam. Lemon Bucket Orkestra, Toronto’s multiaward winning, world-touring, groundbreaking guerrilla-folk party-punk Balkan-brass band, meets NYC’s Kakande, with lush vocals, sinewy koras, flutes, cellos and the balafon (xylophone) of
Flushing Town Hall
12:00 am
Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley were arguably the most influential popular music figures of the 20th century. Although some might think of them as competitors, their comparable appeal and cultural influence on America cannot be denied. In fact, they shared many of the same traits, which kept them at the top of the pop charts
St. John’s University, The Little Theater
May 10 @ 10:00 pm – May 11 @ 3:00 am
10:00 pm
Quiet Events returns to Katch Astoria for a hot night of Caribbean and Latin dancing! At 10pm the party kicks off with 2 live DJs and 1 instructor teaching salsa dance moves. This spot has a perfect dance floor for all you salseros out there! At 11pm all 3 DJs will be live and you’ll
Katch Astoria
11:00 am
Let our Quiet Events DJs watch your kids while you enjoy a Saturday afternoon brunch with friends. Katch Astoria is Queens’ Premiere Gastropub offering a huge dance floor for your kids to party & a wide range of drinks and tasty meals for everyone. Just take a look at their Brunch Menu. Make this your
Katch Astoria
2:30 pm
Friends of Pomonok Present- The special duo of wonderful singer Edwin Vasquez and brilliant violinist Omer Ashano is joined by the talented dancer Lorena Ayub for an afternoon of passionate music with a gypsy soul and a latin heart! Please join us for this exclusive event at Queens Public Library, Pomonk branch FREE ENTRY
Queens Public Library- Pomonok branch
5:00 pm
Queens Symphony Brass Ensemble returns to Maple Grove with a selection of music commemorating the Spanish American War in 1898. One hour program followed by light refreshments. Free admission and free parking on cemetery grounds.
The Center at Maple Grove
7:30 pm
Inspired by the ancient Chinese wisdom residing in the Book of Change (I-Ching), which explores the concept of Bagua (eight trigrams) and Yin-Yang, this music and dance work “Changes” demonstrates the Eastern thought of the power of changes, the relationship between changeable small units, and the big universal energy, that emanates from humans and nature.
Flushing Town Hall
6:00 pm
Mezzo-soprano Tessa Romano and pianist Christopher Bradshaw take you on a journey through the music of Edvard Grieg, Francis Poulenc and John Harbison. PROGRAM: GRIEG – Haugtussa, Op. 67 (1895) POULENC – Banalités (1940) HARBISON – Mirabai Songs (1982)
Church of the Redeemer