New York City Labor Chorus
he New York City Labor Chorus, with 75 members representing over 20 labor unions and District Councils, was founded in 1991. The chorus promotes worker solidarity by expressing through song the history and ongoing struggles of unions and working people for economic and social justice. Their dynamic repertoire combines the power and culture of union music with the great gospel, jazz, classical and folk traditions.
Venue: The Peoples' Voice Cafe
40 East 35th St. Map
Elvis Lives Tribute Direct from Atlantic City at Club Bonafide
Fri | 7PM
Elvis may have left the building forever, but he'll never leave the hearts of adoring fans especially when you've got Jeff Krick Jr. channeling the rock legend in Elvis Lives!...
Moya Brennan: An Irish Christmas at The Met Fifth Avenue
Fri | 7PM
The "First Lady of Celtic Music," Moya Brennan is joined by Dublin-based Irish harp virtuoso Cormac De Barra, two-time all-Ireland fiddle champion Patrick Mangan, and other special guests for a thrill...
The Cosmic Synthesis of Sun Ra and Afrofuturism: Sisters, Sounds and Science of Afrofuturism—Moor Mother, Black Quantum Futurist & Nona Hendryx at Harlem Stage
Fri | 7:30 PM 10PM
The Past longing for the Present that will be the Future! The voices of our future ancestors alive in Moor Mother and Black Quantum Futurist who are interdisciplinary creatives, unraveling the Past-Pr...