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Wednesday, May 3 (See map view)

Jazz Jams are a fun way to hone your skills and jam with your peers. House band led by saxophonist Carol Sudhalter. All are welcome, regardless of instrument (vocalists, too!). Don’t play? Come listen!

7 pm to 10 pm.

Friday, May 5 (See map view)

Global Mashup #4 offers dance lessons and a concert at 8 pm -We’re mashing up 2 cultures on 1 stage with an open dance floor! Featuring Stephanie Chou, saxophonist, singer, and composer whose music combines Classical and Chinese influences with jazz, and Jamaican artist Owen Romeo with his group Tribal Legacy, presenting an array of Caribbean music. Each band plays a set, then the two meet and jam.

7 pm.

Saturday, May 6 (See map view)

My Mom, My Doll, and Me - Dress in your teatime finery, bring your inner child, and create your own doll! Award-winning children’s author, illustrator, educator, and FTH Space Grantee, Timothy Bellavia leads this workshop for all ages, genders, and backgrounds, inspired by notable global mothers. It also includes a tea party with snacks, read aloud, book signings, and special red carpet photo-op. For ages 4 years old and up.

2 pm.

Shanghai Memories shares songs of the 30’s and 40’s Narrated and hosted by Zhou Yi, this performance by Ba Ban Chinese Music Society is a demonstration of the cultural melting pot that existed in Shanghai during World War II, presenting traditional Shanghai music infused with western influences from jazz and popular music of the day. It paints a vintage scene, depicting Shanghai as the Paris of the East.

7:30 pm.

Saturday, May 13 (See map view)

Celebrate Mother’s Day with a chamber opera about a Korean tradition where Korean women, post-birth, are given seaweed soup, which is prepared by their own mother, and believed to assist in recovery. This story, composed by Jeeyoung Kim, deals with love and reconciliation through one mother providing something to help her daughter, only to face rejection. Performance in Korean with English subtitles.

7:30 pm.

Friday, May 19 (See map view)

Global Mashup #5 offers dance lessons and a concert at 8 pm - We’re mashing up 2 cultures on 1 stage with an open dance floor! Deum Band presents traditional and contemporary dance music from Thailand, and Josh Cho and Le Bandu Barracud presents authentic Tahitian music. Each band plays a set, then the two meet and jam.

7 pm.

Saturday, May 20 (See map view)

Interactive workshop at 1 pm followed by a show - the artist leads a family workshop in the making of paper bag puppets and then help children bring their puppets to life. A memorable shared family experience.

1 pm (2:15 pm).

Tim Kubart and special guests sing about all new adventures: the kind you can find in your home and in your heart, with your friends and with your family, in the little moments we live every day. Tim will weave childhood memories through textured pop tunes with lyrics that bridge the gap between innocence and wisdom in a way that listeners of all ages will appreciate and understand.

2:15 pm.

Sunday, May 21 (See map view)

Music by EtM Con Edison/FTH Composer-in-Residence Tidtaya Sinutoke, Hart Island Requiem is an experimental, immersive, and investigative theater piece that highlights stories of those who have died and are buried in Hart Island, a public burial ground located in the Bronx. Suitable for teens.

2 pm.

Friday, May 26 (See map view)

Part of Carnegie Hall’s Neighborhood Concert series - offers performances of French-Canadian and Celtic dance tunes, traditional songs, and original compositions. Vocals and fiddle, accordion, and hurdy-gurdy. A pre-concert Quebecois dance class taught by Dave Harvey of NYC Barn Dance will get your feet ready for the fun. RSVP required.

7 pm (8 pm concert).

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