4:00 pm
Quintet of the Americas, Queens’ renowned woodwind quintet, will present Americans in Paris and Back Again, a program that explores the influence on American composers of Nadia Boulanger, the famous 20th century composition teacher, on Sunday. Boulanger’s influence was far and wide, with over 1,200 composers coming from all over the world to study with
Queens Botanical Garden
7:00 pm
Come enjoy a free evening concert of classical choral pieces by Schola Sine Nomine. This Ozone Park based chorus returns for their annual performance at Maple Grove. The program will include pieces by Palestrina, Schubert, Bruckner, Gounod and more. There will be a world premiere of “Ave Maria” by Schola Sine Nomine’s own Shawn Chang.
The Center at Maple Grove Cemetery
7:30 pm
In the 19th century, lower-class immigrant communities in the Rioplatense region of Argentina and Uruguay found expressions like sorrow and longing for connection through tango music and dance. In The Travelers, Artists By Any Other Name uses tango to explore the journey of departure and coming to terms with new realities. The production is inspired
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning: Black Box Theatre
Jun 9 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
4:00 pm
Join in for an afternoon of Broadway, Contemporary Pop and Jazz favorites. Dedicated to singers Jimmy Rushing (1901-1972), LaVern Baker (1929-1997) and Kyle Jean Baptiste (1993-2015) at Maple Grove. RSVP for free admission or $5 at the door. Light refreshments after the concert. Free parking on cemetery grounds – only the gate at Kew Gardens Rd.
The Center at Maple Grove Cemetery
Jun 19 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
8:00 pm
Last & final night of the N.E.X.T. OPEN MIC Spring 2018 competition. This is your last chance to win cash, studio time and your own gig at the tiny local pub once voted “Best Music Venue In Astoria”. Come and vote for your favorite act. (free beer by Budweiser) 21+ with I.D.
Shillelagh Tavern
6:00 pm
Brandon Bain is a Brooklyn-born vocalist, activist, and songwriter known for his warm, easygoing delivery of the greatest jazz, pop, calypso, and classics of the American songbook. In the vintage spirit of such musical giants as Nat King Cole, Sam Cooke, Harry Belafonte, and Sammy Davis Jr., Bain blends pure silky tones, humor, and modernly
Queens Library
7:30 pm
Central Astoria LDC continues our 2018 Waterfront Concert Series, and they are proud to be bringing you the Doo Wop musical wonders that has thrilled generations for six decades “The Devotions!” This free concert is open to the public and no RSVP or tickets are required. Just show up! We thank NYC Council Members Costa
Astoria Park Great Lawn
4:30 pm
Join the Black Spectrum Theatre Co. for The 16th Annual St. Albans Jazz and R&B Festival, which has delighted audiences in Southeast Queens and beyond with energetic music and entertainment performances in years past and will do so once again this year with performances by: *Crown Heights Affair featuring the legendary William Anderson: nationally acclaimed R&B
St. Albans Park