Brooklyn Represents

Brooklyn is home to so many great musicians and serves to inspire artists from around the world. This pairing brings together artists from Brooklyn, celebrating Brooklyn or making art in Brooklyn. “Très Brooklyn” as the French would say.

The Revolution Vol. 10

December 10, 2016 - 10:00pm THE REVOLUTION is an emerging musical series that highlights artists and musicians that not only represent the core of independent pop culture in 2016 but who are standing in the breeding ground of an evolution within their genre. As a part of VOL. 10, The Revolution will feature three incredible live performances from NYC based artists

YOA RA UKA

December 4, 2016 - 7:00pm four musicians, twin drums, bass, keyboard, circle, not square, site specific, shape, facing, connecting, running, liquid, fluid, fluent, flow, current, tides, psyche, ablution, repeat, four musicians, twin drums, bass, keyboard, circle, not square, site specific, shape, facing, connection, running, liquid, fluid, fluent, flow, current, tides, psyche, ablution, repeat, four musicians, twin drums, bass, keyboard, circle, not square, site specific, shape, facing, connection, running, liquid, fluid, fluent, flow, current, tides, psyche, ablution, repeat, four musicians, twin drums, bass, keyboard, circle, not square, site specific, shape, facing, connection, running, liquid, fluid, fluent, flow, current, tides, psyche, ablution, repeat

The Revolution Vol. 9

November 26, 2016 - 10:00pm THE REVOLUTION is an emerging musical series that highlights artists and musicians that not only represent the core of independent pop culture in 2016 but who are standing in the breeding ground of an evolution within their genre. ft. Jakk The Rhymer, Singularity, & Johnny Uniteus.

Brooklyn Youth Chorus presents: Silent Voices

November 20, 2016 - 3:00pm Brooklyn Youth Chorus’ latest project, Silent Voices, harnesses the power of young people to be instruments of change, giving voice to those who have been silenced or marginalized by social, cultural or religious circumstances. The Chorus has commissioned a diverse group of innovative artists to interpret rich historical narratives and personal stories and create music that explores race and identity, inequity and social disparity—music that matters. Brooklyn Youth Chorus’ Founding Artistic Director, Dianne Berkun Menaker, conceived of the project and is co-curating it with director Kristin Marting.