Make Music New York takes place all day on the 135th Street Plaza (135th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue in the Park) this Saturday from 12pm-8pm. Musician line-up is below. Join the Friends of St. Nicholas Park in the park for a day of music.
Make Music New York is NYC's largest music event, with 850 free concerts on streets, sidewalks and parks, all on the first day of summer.
Noon–1pm: Martian Walrus And The Symphonic Winds And Brass (Jazz / Classical) An 8-member acoustic ensemble plays original works, from Baltic to Classical to Jazz/Improv. http://www.martianwalrus.com/
1pm–2pm: Tantra-Zawadi (Spoken Word / Jazz) Performance poet performing original work to live music. Accompanied by King Tut on flute and saxophone. http://www.tantrasmasterwordplay.com/
2pm–3pm: Adsila (World / Jazz) Adsila performs "jazz to world music, and all the notes in between," in the natural amphitheater of St Nicholas Park. http://www.musicbuilder.ning.com/profile/Adsila
3pm–4pm: Kimistry (World / Jazz) Kimistry, an original jazz/pop group, is led by Kim Kalesti, who has performed & recorded with Kenny Barron, Clark Terry, and George Clinton. http://www.kimkalesti.com/
5pm–6pm: Huxley Vertical Cabaret Nouveau is an acoustic cabaret orchestra made up of strings, piano, bass, accordion, trumpet and a myriad of other instruments. http://www.sonicbids.com/huxleyvertical
6pm–7pm: Kabbala (Latin) Urban artist Kabbala, from Washington Heights, boasts a unique style and rhythmic mixes to make all races, genders and ages of people dance! http://www.myspace.com/odsquadproduction
7pm–8pm: Leni Stern (Jazz / World) Leni Stern, "a musician of uncommon caliber and vision" (Thom Jurek, AllMusic), is a singer, guitarist, and composer, inspired by jazz and the music of Mali.
For questions please visit the Make Music New York website or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org