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Events at Flushing Town Hall

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In the Galleries

Thu Apr 24th - Thu May 15th Exhibition: Queens College Studio Arts Senior Projects
This exhibition presents drawings, paintings, photographs, ceramics and sculpture from the Undergraduate Studio Arts Senior Projects of Queens College.

April

Thu Apr 17th - Tue Apr 22nd Sculpture Camp
For Families: Flushing Town Hall offers its first Sculpture Camp during Spring Break, for children ages 7-15. Students will work with sculptor Chun-Sen Yang using recycled materials to create sculptures. Starts at 10:00 AM.
Tue Apr 22nd Earth Day Festival
For Families: Develop your green thumb, learn about bee-keeping and the importance of clean waterways while making sculptures, jewelry and art out of recycled materials. Starts at 1:00 PM.
Sat Apr 26th QJOG Spring Jazz Festival
For Families: The Second Annual Queens Jazz OverGround Spring Jazz Festival features performers from around the borough of Queens, from jazz legends to rising artists. The afternoon will also feature masterclasses by top music educators, and performances by local middle and high school jazz ensembles. Starts at 12:00 PM.

May

Sat May 3rd Cinco de Mayo Festival
For Families: PINATA MAKING WORKSHOP AT 12:30 PM; MEXICAN MUSIC & DANCE WORKSHOP AT 1 PM & MARIACHI REAL DE MEXICO AT 2:15 PM Starts at 12:30 PM.
Sun May 4th Elena Moon Park & Friends
For Families: This performance features Korean-American mandolinist, violinist, and ace trumpeter Elena Moon Park, a frequent Dan Zanes collaborator, who mixes Asian languages with English in Japanese sea shanties, Tibetan jump-rope rhymes, Korean harvest sing-alongs and Taiwanese train songs. Starts at 1:00 PM.
Wed May 7th 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 their monthly Jazz Clinic. Stick around for the Monthly Jazz Jam immediately after the clinic. Starts at 5:00 PM.
Wed May 7th Monthly Jazz Jam
Open to professional jazz musicians, graduate students studying jazz, and music educators. Meet new contacts, hone your chops and jam each month with your peers! All are welcome! Don’t want to play? Come & listen! House band and jam session led by Queens Jazz OverGround. Starts at 7:00 PM.
Sat May 10th Happy Mother's Day Concert
For Families: Mother's Day concert featuring a variety of music and dance. Starts at 6:00 PM.
Thu May 15th 35th Anniversary Gala
FUN! FOOD! & FRIENDS! Come celebrate our diversity, our arts and our community! Starts at 6:00 PM.
Fri May 16th Queens Jazz Orchestra - TO BIRD & DIZZY WITH LOVE
A musical homage to Charlie “Bird” Parker and Dizzy Gillespie; the two men most responsible for creating the Bop Bop vernacular and changing the way Jazz musicians approached improvisation. Pre-show Discussion with Jimmy Heath, Music Director and Conductor of the Queens Jazz Orchestra @ 7:30 PM Starts at 7:30 PM.
Sun May 18th Interactive Arts: Ologunde
For Families: Learn to play Afro-Brazilian percussion! Master percussionist Dende will teach you proper technique, exercises, and traditional rhythms. Children with adults welcome. Drums provided. Starts at 1:00 PM.
Sun May 18th Ologunde
For Families: Ologunde celebrates the rich Afro-Brazilian culture of Salvador, Bahia through a diverse repertoire of music, dance and martial arts. Ologunde will perform a diverse repertoire which includes candomble, capoeira, maculele and samba de roda. Part of Queens College, Year of Brazil. Starts at 2:15 PM.
Wed May 21st - Thu May 22nd Once on this Island
For Families: MUSICAL PERFORMANCE BY JHS 189 STUDENTS Set in the Caribbean, Once on This Island, tells the story of a peasant girl who brings together the people of her island through love and forgiveness. Starts at 6:00 PM.
Fri May 23rd Helen Sung Trio - THE "(RE)CONCEPTION PROJECT"
Winner of the Kennedy Center’s Mary Lou Williams Piano Competition, pianist & composer Helen Sung has been called “one of the brightest emerging stars in jazz today.” A captivating performer with a singular sound and style, she is pioneering her own path as a uniquely placed artist. Starts at 8:00 PM.
Sat May 24th South American Voices of NY - TANGOLANDO & FESTEJATION
2 ensembles, 1 stage & an open dance floor offer varying takes on Latin Jazz. Featuring Tangolando, the first encounter of the tango with Afro-Peruvian music, and FESTEJATION’s traditional Afro-Peruvian music with jazz, funk, and other Latin styles. Supported in part by NYC Council Member Daniel Dromm. Starts at 7:00 PM.