May
21
Thu
HUNTER COLLEGE VIRTUAL SERIES [email protected] ANNOUNCES NEW PROGRAMMING
May 21 all-day
HUNTER COLLEGE VIRTUAL SERIES HUNTER@HOME ANNOUNCES NEW PROGRAMMING

HUNTER COLLEGE VIRTUAL SERIES [email protected] ANNOUNCES NEW PROGRAMMING

Members of the Hunter College community from across the globe are invited to tune in to the newly launched [email protected] The virtual series presents lectures, readings, and discussions covering a wide range of topics as opportunities for the Hunter College community and friends to thrive and learn in moments that can provide relief.

Tune in to this week’s [email protected] events: Saving Phillip, Losing Alexander: Hamilton’s Doctor and New York City in an Age of Epidemics, a reading from American Eden with Prof. Victoria Johnson, in conversation with Gregory Mosher; How Elephants Think: Studying Their Behavior Can Help Us Protect Them with Dr. Joshua Plotnik; X-Troop: The Secret Jewish Commandos of World War II with Prof. Leah Garrett; and A Conversation with Liz Moore and Beth Macy.

[email protected] events take place via livestream with new topics available every week through this ongoing initiative encouraging colleagues and friends to stay up to date on major issues and in touch with one another during a time of social distancing as the Hunter community stays home to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. After the livestreams end, recorded programs are available to view on “Hunter on Demand”.

Zoom Online Video Conferencing links to each virtual event are shared with attendees that RSVP. Reservations to one of [email protected]’s upcoming discussions and events can be made here.

RSVPs can now be made for the following upcoming [email protected] events:

Thursday, May 14 at 3:00 p.m.

Saving Philip, Losing Alexander: Hamilton’s Doctor and New York City in an Age of Epidemics.

Reading by Victoria Johnson, Associate Professor of Urban Policy and Planning, In conversation with Gregory Mosher, Chair of the Theatre Department, followed by live, virtual Q+A.

 

Monday, May 18 at 7:30 p.m.

How Elephants Think: Studying Their Behavior Can Help Us Protect Them

Discussion by Dr. Joshua Plotnik, Assistant Professor of Psychology and the Animal Behavior and Conversation Program,  followed by followed by live, virtual Q+A and video chat with the elephants of the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation in Chiang Rai, Thailand.

 

Wednesday, May 20 at 1:00 p.m.

X Troop: The Secret Jewish Commandos of World War II

Discussion with Leah Garrett, Professor and Director of Jewish Studies, followed by live, virtual Q+A.

 

Thursday, May 21 at 3:30 p.m.

A Conversation with Liz Moore and Beth Macy

Discussion between Liz Moore, Hunter College Alumna ’09, and Beth Macy, award winning journalist and author of Dopesick, followed by live, virtual Q+A.

Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard kickoff Virtual Fleet Week New York + Schedule for May 21
May 21 all-day

Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard kickoff Virtual Fleet Week New York

NORFOLK, VA (NRMA) – The U.S. Navy (USN), Marine Corps (USMC) and Coast Guard (USCG) kicked off Virtual Fleet Week New York 2020 today with videos showing an unmanned surface vessel, the inside of a harbor patrol security boat, and question and answer sessions with an E-2D “Hawkeye” pilot and a member of the Navy’s elite “Leap Frogs” parachute team.

The weeklong event on social media is a new way for the residents of New York City and the surrounding tri-state area to continue to take part in the annual celebration despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“We know we will be back again one day, but until then we want to give you an opportunity to interact with us in the meantime,” Rear Adm. Charles W. Rock, Commander, Navy Region-Mid-Atlantic, said in a welcome video. “You’ll be able to see virtual ship tours, see some of our nation’s aircraft, hear our military bands play, ask questions of our men and women in uniform. All from the comfort and safety of your own home.”

Tomorrow’s schedule of events includes:

  • 9 a.m. – Take a virtual tour of USS Laboon (DDG 58) from Naval Station Norfolk on Facebook.
  • 11 a.m. – Meet a Military Working Dog Handler based at Naval Weapons Station Earle, New Jersey on Facebook.
  • 12 p.m. – Learn about Naval Weapons Station Earle’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal robots at Naval Weapons Station Earle, New Jersey on Facebook.
  • 2 p.m. – USO Show Troupe presents “America the Beautiful” on Facebook and Instagram.
  • 3 p.m. – Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band performs “Come Together” by The Beatles on Facebook.
  • 8 p.m. – The NY Subliners join the Navy eSports team in Call of Duty Warzone squad stream on Twitch at Twitch.tv/AmericasNavy.

Additional content will appear on social media throughout the day, including a look at New York’s Naval History presented by Naval History and Heritage Command on Instagram.

For up-to-date information on all FWNY events, “Like” FleetWeekNewYork on Facebook, and “Follow” @FleetWeekNYC on Twitter and Instagram at www.instagram.com/fleetweeknyc. Join the conversation on social media by using #VirtualFleetWeekNYC.

All content that has appeared on the Fleet Week New York social media feeds can be found at www.fleetweeknewyork.com.

May
23
Sat
Virtual Fleet Week 2020: Musicians representing nine Navy Bands to showcase virtual concerts over Memorial Day weekend
May 23 – May 24 all-day
Virtual Fleet Week 2020: Musicians representing nine Navy Bands to showcase virtual concerts over Memorial Day weekend

Virtual Fleet Week 2020: Musicians representing nine Navy Bands to showcase virtual concerts over Memorial Day weekend

NORFOLK, VA (NRMA) – Musicians representing nine Navy Bands from the East Coast and overseas will offer two virtual concerts on Facebook today and tomorrow as part of Virtual Fleet Week New York. Both concerts will begin promptly at noon. Additionally, the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing Band will provide a performance on Instagram of “One Call Away,” which is as a tribute to first-responders.

After the concerts, viewers are encouraged to stay after the show to submit questions live with select band members, beginning at 12:30 p.m.

By using streaming video technology and through hours of planning, the band members collectively recorded songs from remote locations to compile two cohesive concerts, bringing a unique musical experience for all to see.

“Each year we look forward to performing at Times Square and taking part in the New York City celebration. Music is a common bond that often brings people together, and promotes joy,” said Lt. Joel Borrelli-Boudreau, Director of Navy Band Northeast. “This new format will allow us to continue to connect with you in a meaningful way, and you will be able to see performances from nearly every musical group we have.”

Today’s concert line-up will feature musicians from the U.S. Fleet Forces Band, based in Norfolk, Virginia; Rhode Island Sound and President’s Duo from Navy Band Northeast, based in Newport, Rhode Island; Naval Forces Europe Band, based in Naples, Italy; and Navy Band Southeast, based in Jacksonville, Florida.

Tomorrow’s concert line-up will feature musicians from Navy Band Northeast’s Trident Brass Quintet, Crosswinds Quintet, Protocol Combo and Top Shelf Brass Band.

In addition to the concerts, the weekend schedule of events will include:

Today, May 23

9 a.m. – Take a virtual Tour of U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Coho (WPB-87321) from New London, Connecticut.

10 a.m. – Navy Divers will discuss the Standard Navy Double Lock (SNDL) Recompression Chamber, which is one of the most important pieces of equipment they use.

11 a.m. – U.S. Fleet Forces Environmental Stewardship: Learn about Sonar in the Marine Environment.

2 p.m. – Take an aerial drone tour of the tall ship USCGC Barque Eagle (WIX-327).

3 p.m. – Meet a Navy helicopter pilot from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron FIVE. Afterwards, hear some answers to various questions we received through social media about Navy pilots at 4 p.m.

Tomorrow, May 24

9 a.m. – Take a virtual tour of U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Katherine Walker (WLM-552) from Bayonne, New Jersey.

10 a.m. – Hear a special message from Troy E. Black, the 19th and current Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, regarding the annual Tug-of-War challenge.

2 p.m. – See a flashback performance by the U.S. Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment conducted at Father Duffy Square.

3 p.m. – Take a look at a high-energy U.S. Marine Corps Air Show demonstration.

3 p.m. – Learn about the Marine Corps Gunner on Instagram. Gunners have taken part in the molding and perfection of tactical weapons employment.

4 p.m. – Hear a narrated U.S. Coast Guard Search and Rescue demonstration.

6 p.m. – Take a look at New York’s Naval History presented by Naval History and Heritage Command.

For up-to-date information on all FWNY events, “Like” FleetWeekNewYork on Facebook, and “Follow” @FleetWeekNYC on Twitter and Instagram at www.instagram.com/fleetweeknyc. Join the conversation on social media by using #VirtualFleetWeekNYC.

All content that has appeared on the Fleet Week New York social media feeds can be found at www.fleetweeknewyork.com.

Jun
2
Tue
Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series
Jun 2 @ 7:05 pm – 7:05 pm

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Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series

The concerts will raise funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund

Select Dates in June at 7:05 PM EDT

Tuesday, June 2nd
Wednesday, June 3rd
Tuesday, June 9th
Wednesday, June 10th
Tuesday, June 16th
Wednesday, June 17th
Sunday, June 21st (Finale)

Immediately following the collective applause for essential workers in NYC

Live streamed at TSQ.org/Songs

COST:            Free

The Times Square Alliance will bring new music directly to audiences while in-person events are still on pause through the first ever Songs for Our City, a virtual songwriting challenge commissioning new music from singer-songwriters in response to the current COVID-19 crisis. Twenty-seven artists will perform original songs about community, the Theater District, or their memories on Broadway in a series of seven livestreamed concerts throughout the month of June, while audience members vote at home for their favorite performances. The concerts will also serve as a fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, which provides urgent resources to those within the performing arts community.

Performers include: Alice Ripley; Ethan Slater; Rob Rokicki; Leslie Becker; Sam Carner, Derek Gregor, and Selda Sahin; Jaime Cepero; Lauren Elder; Drew Gasparini; John Arthur Greene; F Michael Haynie; Marcus Paul James; Donnie Kehr; John Krause; Janet Krupin; Molly and the Memphis Thunder; Anthony Norman; Alexander Sage Oyen; Jennifer Sánchez; Max Sangerman; Heath Saunders; Dru Serkes; Starbird & the Phoenix; Will Taylor; Will Van Dyke & Jeff Talbott; Joel Waggoner; Mike Wartella; and Tim Young. All performers are past participants of the Broadway Buskers concert series, which showcases Broadway performers’ original music through free summer concerts in the Times Square pedestrian plazas. The series will be hosted by Broadway Buskers host & curator Ben Cameron.

Audience members will decide which performer from each night to send to the final concert of the competition, which will coincide with Make Music New York on June 21, 2020. The finale will be judged by a panel of esteemed industry notables who will determine a winner in addition to the Audience Choice Winner.

 

Jun
3
Wed
Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series
Jun 3 @ 7:05 pm – 7:05 pm

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Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series

The concerts will raise funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund

Select Dates in June at 7:05 PM EDT

Tuesday, June 2nd
Wednesday, June 3rd
Tuesday, June 9th
Wednesday, June 10th
Tuesday, June 16th
Wednesday, June 17th
Sunday, June 21st (Finale)

Immediately following the collective applause for essential workers in NYC

Live streamed at TSQ.org/Songs

COST:            Free

The Times Square Alliance will bring new music directly to audiences while in-person events are still on pause through the first ever Songs for Our City, a virtual songwriting challenge commissioning new music from singer-songwriters in response to the current COVID-19 crisis. Twenty-seven artists will perform original songs about community, the Theater District, or their memories on Broadway in a series of seven livestreamed concerts throughout the month of June, while audience members vote at home for their favorite performances. The concerts will also serve as a fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, which provides urgent resources to those within the performing arts community.

Performers include: Alice Ripley; Ethan Slater; Rob Rokicki; Leslie Becker; Sam Carner, Derek Gregor, and Selda Sahin; Jaime Cepero; Lauren Elder; Drew Gasparini; John Arthur Greene; F Michael Haynie; Marcus Paul James; Donnie Kehr; John Krause; Janet Krupin; Molly and the Memphis Thunder; Anthony Norman; Alexander Sage Oyen; Jennifer Sánchez; Max Sangerman; Heath Saunders; Dru Serkes; Starbird & the Phoenix; Will Taylor; Will Van Dyke & Jeff Talbott; Joel Waggoner; Mike Wartella; and Tim Young. All performers are past participants of the Broadway Buskers concert series, which showcases Broadway performers’ original music through free summer concerts in the Times Square pedestrian plazas. The series will be hosted by Broadway Buskers host & curator Ben Cameron.

Audience members will decide which performer from each night to send to the final concert of the competition, which will coincide with Make Music New York on June 21, 2020. The finale will be judged by a panel of esteemed industry notables who will determine a winner in addition to the Audience Choice Winner.

 

Jun
9
Tue
Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series
Jun 9 @ 7:05 pm – 7:05 pm

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Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series

The concerts will raise funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund

Select Dates in June at 7:05 PM EDT

Tuesday, June 2nd
Wednesday, June 3rd
Tuesday, June 9th
Wednesday, June 10th
Tuesday, June 16th
Wednesday, June 17th
Sunday, June 21st (Finale)

Immediately following the collective applause for essential workers in NYC

Live streamed at TSQ.org/Songs

COST:            Free

The Times Square Alliance will bring new music directly to audiences while in-person events are still on pause through the first ever Songs for Our City, a virtual songwriting challenge commissioning new music from singer-songwriters in response to the current COVID-19 crisis. Twenty-seven artists will perform original songs about community, the Theater District, or their memories on Broadway in a series of seven livestreamed concerts throughout the month of June, while audience members vote at home for their favorite performances. The concerts will also serve as a fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, which provides urgent resources to those within the performing arts community.

Performers include: Alice Ripley; Ethan Slater; Rob Rokicki; Leslie Becker; Sam Carner, Derek Gregor, and Selda Sahin; Jaime Cepero; Lauren Elder; Drew Gasparini; John Arthur Greene; F Michael Haynie; Marcus Paul James; Donnie Kehr; John Krause; Janet Krupin; Molly and the Memphis Thunder; Anthony Norman; Alexander Sage Oyen; Jennifer Sánchez; Max Sangerman; Heath Saunders; Dru Serkes; Starbird & the Phoenix; Will Taylor; Will Van Dyke & Jeff Talbott; Joel Waggoner; Mike Wartella; and Tim Young. All performers are past participants of the Broadway Buskers concert series, which showcases Broadway performers’ original music through free summer concerts in the Times Square pedestrian plazas. The series will be hosted by Broadway Buskers host & curator Ben Cameron.

Audience members will decide which performer from each night to send to the final concert of the competition, which will coincide with Make Music New York on June 21, 2020. The finale will be judged by a panel of esteemed industry notables who will determine a winner in addition to the Audience Choice Winner.

 

Jun
10
Wed
Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series
Jun 10 @ 7:05 pm – 7:05 pm

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Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series

The concerts will raise funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund

Select Dates in June at 7:05 PM EDT

Tuesday, June 2nd
Wednesday, June 3rd
Tuesday, June 9th
Wednesday, June 10th
Tuesday, June 16th
Wednesday, June 17th
Sunday, June 21st (Finale)

Immediately following the collective applause for essential workers in NYC

Live streamed at TSQ.org/Songs

COST:            Free

The Times Square Alliance will bring new music directly to audiences while in-person events are still on pause through the first ever Songs for Our City, a virtual songwriting challenge commissioning new music from singer-songwriters in response to the current COVID-19 crisis. Twenty-seven artists will perform original songs about community, the Theater District, or their memories on Broadway in a series of seven livestreamed concerts throughout the month of June, while audience members vote at home for their favorite performances. The concerts will also serve as a fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, which provides urgent resources to those within the performing arts community.

Performers include: Alice Ripley; Ethan Slater; Rob Rokicki; Leslie Becker; Sam Carner, Derek Gregor, and Selda Sahin; Jaime Cepero; Lauren Elder; Drew Gasparini; John Arthur Greene; F Michael Haynie; Marcus Paul James; Donnie Kehr; John Krause; Janet Krupin; Molly and the Memphis Thunder; Anthony Norman; Alexander Sage Oyen; Jennifer Sánchez; Max Sangerman; Heath Saunders; Dru Serkes; Starbird & the Phoenix; Will Taylor; Will Van Dyke & Jeff Talbott; Joel Waggoner; Mike Wartella; and Tim Young. All performers are past participants of the Broadway Buskers concert series, which showcases Broadway performers’ original music through free summer concerts in the Times Square pedestrian plazas. The series will be hosted by Broadway Buskers host & curator Ben Cameron.

Audience members will decide which performer from each night to send to the final concert of the competition, which will coincide with Make Music New York on June 21, 2020. The finale will be judged by a panel of esteemed industry notables who will determine a winner in addition to the Audience Choice Winner.

 

Jun
16
Tue
Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series
Jun 16 @ 7:05 pm – 7:05 pm

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Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series

The concerts will raise funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund

Select Dates in June at 7:05 PM EDT

Tuesday, June 2nd
Wednesday, June 3rd
Tuesday, June 9th
Wednesday, June 10th
Tuesday, June 16th
Wednesday, June 17th
Sunday, June 21st (Finale)

Immediately following the collective applause for essential workers in NYC

Live streamed at TSQ.org/Songs

COST:            Free

The Times Square Alliance will bring new music directly to audiences while in-person events are still on pause through the first ever Songs for Our City, a virtual songwriting challenge commissioning new music from singer-songwriters in response to the current COVID-19 crisis. Twenty-seven artists will perform original songs about community, the Theater District, or their memories on Broadway in a series of seven livestreamed concerts throughout the month of June, while audience members vote at home for their favorite performances. The concerts will also serve as a fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, which provides urgent resources to those within the performing arts community.

Performers include: Alice Ripley; Ethan Slater; Rob Rokicki; Leslie Becker; Sam Carner, Derek Gregor, and Selda Sahin; Jaime Cepero; Lauren Elder; Drew Gasparini; John Arthur Greene; F Michael Haynie; Marcus Paul James; Donnie Kehr; John Krause; Janet Krupin; Molly and the Memphis Thunder; Anthony Norman; Alexander Sage Oyen; Jennifer Sánchez; Max Sangerman; Heath Saunders; Dru Serkes; Starbird & the Phoenix; Will Taylor; Will Van Dyke & Jeff Talbott; Joel Waggoner; Mike Wartella; and Tim Young. All performers are past participants of the Broadway Buskers concert series, which showcases Broadway performers’ original music through free summer concerts in the Times Square pedestrian plazas. The series will be hosted by Broadway Buskers host & curator Ben Cameron.

Audience members will decide which performer from each night to send to the final concert of the competition, which will coincide with Make Music New York on June 21, 2020. The finale will be judged by a panel of esteemed industry notables who will determine a winner in addition to the Audience Choice Winner.

 

Jun
17
Wed
Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series
Jun 17 @ 7:05 pm – 7:05 pm

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Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series

The concerts will raise funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund

Select Dates in June at 7:05 PM EDT

Tuesday, June 2nd
Wednesday, June 3rd
Tuesday, June 9th
Wednesday, June 10th
Tuesday, June 16th
Wednesday, June 17th
Sunday, June 21st (Finale)

Immediately following the collective applause for essential workers in NYC

Live streamed at TSQ.org/Songs

COST:            Free

The Times Square Alliance will bring new music directly to audiences while in-person events are still on pause through the first ever Songs for Our City, a virtual songwriting challenge commissioning new music from singer-songwriters in response to the current COVID-19 crisis. Twenty-seven artists will perform original songs about community, the Theater District, or their memories on Broadway in a series of seven livestreamed concerts throughout the month of June, while audience members vote at home for their favorite performances. The concerts will also serve as a fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, which provides urgent resources to those within the performing arts community.

Performers include: Alice Ripley; Ethan Slater; Rob Rokicki; Leslie Becker; Sam Carner, Derek Gregor, and Selda Sahin; Jaime Cepero; Lauren Elder; Drew Gasparini; John Arthur Greene; F Michael Haynie; Marcus Paul James; Donnie Kehr; John Krause; Janet Krupin; Molly and the Memphis Thunder; Anthony Norman; Alexander Sage Oyen; Jennifer Sánchez; Max Sangerman; Heath Saunders; Dru Serkes; Starbird & the Phoenix; Will Taylor; Will Van Dyke & Jeff Talbott; Joel Waggoner; Mike Wartella; and Tim Young. All performers are past participants of the Broadway Buskers concert series, which showcases Broadway performers’ original music through free summer concerts in the Times Square pedestrian plazas. The series will be hosted by Broadway Buskers host & curator Ben Cameron.

Audience members will decide which performer from each night to send to the final concert of the competition, which will coincide with Make Music New York on June 21, 2020. The finale will be judged by a panel of esteemed industry notables who will determine a winner in addition to the Audience Choice Winner.

 

Jun
21
Sun
Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series
Jun 21 @ 7:05 pm – 7:05 pm

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Broadway Singer-Songwriters Perform New Original Music in Songs For Our City Virtual Songwriting Competition Concert Series

The concerts will raise funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund

Select Dates in June at 7:05 PM EDT

Tuesday, June 2nd
Wednesday, June 3rd
Tuesday, June 9th
Wednesday, June 10th
Tuesday, June 16th
Wednesday, June 17th
Sunday, June 21st (Finale)

Immediately following the collective applause for essential workers in NYC

Live streamed at TSQ.org/Songs

COST:            Free

The Times Square Alliance will bring new music directly to audiences while in-person events are still on pause through the first ever Songs for Our City, a virtual songwriting challenge commissioning new music from singer-songwriters in response to the current COVID-19 crisis. Twenty-seven artists will perform original songs about community, the Theater District, or their memories on Broadway in a series of seven livestreamed concerts throughout the month of June, while audience members vote at home for their favorite performances. The concerts will also serve as a fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, which provides urgent resources to those within the performing arts community.

Performers include: Alice Ripley; Ethan Slater; Rob Rokicki; Leslie Becker; Sam Carner, Derek Gregor, and Selda Sahin; Jaime Cepero; Lauren Elder; Drew Gasparini; John Arthur Greene; F Michael Haynie; Marcus Paul James; Donnie Kehr; John Krause; Janet Krupin; Molly and the Memphis Thunder; Anthony Norman; Alexander Sage Oyen; Jennifer Sánchez; Max Sangerman; Heath Saunders; Dru Serkes; Starbird & the Phoenix; Will Taylor; Will Van Dyke & Jeff Talbott; Joel Waggoner; Mike Wartella; and Tim Young. All performers are past participants of the Broadway Buskers concert series, which showcases Broadway performers’ original music through free summer concerts in the Times Square pedestrian plazas. The series will be hosted by Broadway Buskers host & curator Ben Cameron.

Audience members will decide which performer from each night to send to the final concert of the competition, which will coincide with Make Music New York on June 21, 2020. The finale will be judged by a panel of esteemed industry notables who will determine a winner in addition to the Audience Choice Winner.