November 21st, 2014
Powerful singer songwriter, Martha Redbone, fuses 18th century poetry with her Native American and African- American roots to create The Garden of Love - a gorgeous collision of cultures. She is joined by her husband, Aaron Whitby, on keys and melodica, Alan Burroughs on guitar and vocals, Fred Cash on bass and Tony Mason on drums. NEW! Pre-show Members Lounge at 6:30 PM
November 22nd, 2014
Family Workshop: Martha Redbone
Traditional music workshop with Martha Redbone (Cherokee & Choctaw). Martha will introduce you to Native American rhythms and sounds in this interactive family-friendly workshop.
December 3rd, 2014
Monthly Jazz Clinic
For high school students and up. If you're interested in learning more about Jazz, and playing alongside other musicians, join the Queens Jazz OverGround for its monthly Jazz Clinic. Stick around for the monthly Jazz Jam immediately after the clinic. Learn arrangements and curriculum from the Queens Jazz OverGround | Equipment Provided: Drum Set, Keyboard, Bass Amp and Music Stands | Free Metro Cards provided | Free Admission to Monthly Jazz Jams to observe
December 3rd, 2014
Monthly Jazz Jam
Whether you're a student, jazz musician, or music educator, come join the Queens Jazz OverGround as they lead the house band in this monthly jam session. Held on the first Wednesday of every month, Jazz Jams are a fun way to hone your skills, and jam each month with your peers. Our Steinway baby grand and drum kits are available. Don't play? Come listen!
December 5th, 2014
To mark Human Rights Week 2014 in the tradition of the famous Flushing Remonstrance, six amazingly diverse performing groups will come together at Flushing Town Hall to celebrate Religious Freedom and to raise awareness of the persecution of religious minorities around the world. (Please contact the Flushing Interfaith Council at email@example.com or 646-926-7844 for more information.)
December 7th, 2014
Flushing Historic House Tour
Seven historic sites in Flushing invite you to celebrate the holiday season and learn about their unique histories. Each site will offer special activities and delicious refreshments. A trolley will be available to take visitors from one historic house to the next.
December 14th, 2014
Winter Holiday Festival
Celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas & Kwanzaa with an art-making workshop and storytelling. Storyteller Robin Bady will share her favorite stories of miracles, menorahs and dreidels; with Timothy Bellavia, we'll create beautiful Christmas wreaths using up-cycled fabrics and ribbons that will be donated to local senior centers in Queens; and storyteller Tammy Hall will share tales from African traditions that are typically told during the Kwanzaa season.
December 19th, 2014
Theo Croker with DVRKFUNK
Trumpeter/composer Theo Croker, the bold young soul-jazz newcomer & grandson of trumpet legend Doc Cheatham, is fortified by tradition and sparks of contemporary electricity to propel him into the future. He's performed with jazz greats including Dee Dee Bridgewater, The Heath Brothers, and multi-Grammy winning composer/recording artist Donald Byrd, who refers to Theo as a "Titan". NEW! Pre-show Members Lounge at 7PM
December 21st, 2014
Classical Singer's Holiday Concert Jam
Queens College alumnus, Alex Schirling, teams up with Erick Urgiles and Classical Singer’s Career Development Club in a performance full of Holiday Spirit. Musicians from Queens College are taking their craft on a journey of classical music imbued with those values that we treasure most during the holidays.