3:00 pm
The number one selling UK trio, Tenors Unlimited, returns to the US with their show From Venice to Vegas, an exciting program of classical and popular music. Also known as The Rat Pack of Opera, the tenors will take you on a fantastic musical journey that will move you and make you laugh, in equal
Queensborough Performing Arts Center
7:30 pm
Artist and producer Kim Clarke is the founder of LADY GOT CHOPS, a women’s history month music and arts Festival. She has organized concerts, advertised for fellow musicians, and enhanced careers of women in jazz and music for 17 years. This concert will be a culmination of a long dream to present a Global healing
Flushing Town Hall
Mar 24 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
2:00 pm
Celebrating their 40th season of performing chamber music, we welcome back the Con Brio Ensemble. Do not miss a delightful afternoon with musicians: Mittler-Battipaglia (pianist/co-founder of the ensemble) Alexander Meshibovsky (violin) Gary Dranch (clarinet) and Osceola Davis (soprano) The program includes: Handel – Arias for Soprano, Violin, and Piano Brahms – Violin Sonata, Op. 78
Voelker Orth Museum
Mar 24 @ 3:00 pm
3:00 pm
Matthew and Gunnar Nelson, the identical twin sons of Ricky Nelson, and Bobby Brooks Wilson, son of Jackie Wilson, come together to pay tribute to their legendary fathers. This unique multi-media entertainment event, features all of the billboard hits recorded by both Ricky Nelson and Jackie Wilson that kept a generation of rock and roll
Queensborough Performing Arts Center
Mar 29 @ 8:00 pm
8:00 pm
Award-winning musician Joe Kye brings his unique blend of violin looping, electronics, singing, and storytelling, with special guest, Chinese-American hip-hop artist Jason Chu. Migrants tells the story of Joe’s life as an immigrant Asian-American, weaving together original music, humorous stories, and cutting-edge technology. Pre-show workshop on expressing cultural identity through sound will have participants question:
Flushing Town Hall
3:00 pm
One of the most successful vocal groups of all time, The Platters are as popular today as they were when they first burst onto the world stage 50 years ago. With 40 singles making an appearance on the Billboard Hot 100, they were the most successful vocal group in the world, between 1955 and 1967.
Queensborough Performing Arts Center
Apr 5 @ 8:00 pm
8:00 pm
Latin Grammy Award-winning all-female mariachi group Flor de Toloache is pushing genre boundaries with their fresh, versatile take on traditional Mexican music with explosive vocal harmonies and searing solos rounded out by soaring violin, nimble vihuela, bright trumpets, and propulsive guitarron.
Flushing Town Hall
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. Spanglish Fly returns with that Latin Boogaloo, soul and R&B mix you can only find in NYC, mashed with ecstatic Eastern European Jewish melodies and rhythms by
Flushing Town Hall