The story of how Brooklyn’s “oddball” music venue became a haven for unconventional art. Eventbrite presents an intimate behind-the-scenes look at Brooklyn’s new, forward-thinking music venue National Sawdust. Watch New York’s bustling streets melt away as you enter the converted industrial warehouse — and hear the story of how this two-year-old non-profit became a home for Brooklyn’s most avant-garde artists. Learn more: http://www.eventbrite.com/music Many thanks to: - National Sawdust, especially Angela Gonzalez, James Petrine, and Katie Jones - Rachel Angel, Eda Wolf, and Nuf Said for your memorable performances - Contrast Visuals for your brilliant creativity and production chops
Join us in June for a behind-the-scenes look at music venues and the concert promotion industry. Expert panelists from famed venues and festivals including Irving Plaza, Market Hotel and Afropunk will discuss how they got started and the skills needed to succeed in this competitive business. Moderator: Bill Pearis, Senior Editor at BrooklynVegan Panelists: David Castillo (St. Vitus), Jocelyn Cooper (Afropunk), Stacie George (Irving Plaza), Ric Leichtung (AdHoc), Todd P (Market Hotel, Trans-Pecos), Sebastian Freed (Bowery Presents)
Opening bands: Dust Bolt, Power Trip, Obituary.
Go behind the curtain at Brooklyn's jaw-dropping Kings Theatre. Built in 1929, architects Rapp and Rapp, along with interior designer Harold W. Rambush, brought unprecedented opulence to the Flatbush neighborhood by mixing design elements from Versailles and the Paris Opera House. Unlike traditional Broadway venues, the Kings Theatre was to be a flagship for the Lowe's Movie Corporation. They succeeded in creating the most epic movie/live performance palace for the masses. Fans loved it and soon it became the epicenter for the Flatbush Avenue shopping district. Like other iconic venues the theater fell on hard times - the neighborhood declined, multiplexes attracted movie goers, and maintenance costs ballooned. The King Theatre closed in 1977 and stayed shut for nearly 40 years. In 2006 city leaders brought it back to life, not just to host concerts and productions but also to serve as a cultural anchor once again. Make sure to subscribe for more episodes of Access Granted plus news about your favorite live events: http://bit.ly/1aK79xM Kings Theatre Tickets: http://bit.ly/1NYR35u
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"Brooklyn Bound" features music and lyrics by composer Toshi Reagon. Performed by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus as part of Silent Voices, this piece is how pervasive and deep-rooted the effects of gentrification are on local communities. Silent Voices, a multimedia concert series produced and performed by Brooklyn Youth Chorus, harnesses the power of young people to be instruments of change, giving voice to those silenced or marginalized. The Chorus has commissioned a diverse group of innovative artists to interpret rich historical narratives and personal stories in creating music that explores race and identity, gender and sexuality, inequity and social disparity—music that matters. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus serves as WQXR’s 2016-2017 Artist-in-Residence. Throughout the season, the Chorus appears in The Greene Space at WQXR, performs at venues around New York City in concerts webcast live on Q2 Music, and will be featured in associated on-air and online programming at wqxr.org. To read more, visit: http://www.wqxr.org/story/living-gentrification-toshi-reagon-what-it-means-build-and-unbuild-brooklyn/ String arrangements for "Brooklyn Bound" by Juliette Jones. Directed and produced by Abe Zverow and Justin Sergi for Q2 Music, with host Helga Davis, sound designer Hannis Brown, and executive producer Alex Ambrose. Performance footage recorded live by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus and WQXR at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on May 12, 2017, and filmed and edited by Oxbow Lake Films.
Subscribe to The Relix Channel for more videos + livestreams: http://bit.ly/2zEruld On Wednesday, May 10, 2017, Jordan Wolowitz discussed how the venues an artist chooses to play can ultimately affect their bottom line. Director: Jonathan Healey Executive Producer: Peter Shapiro Event Producer: Bradley Tucker
The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir is directed by Carol Cymbala, the wife of Pastor Jim Cymbala. The 280-voice choir, which for the most part is composed of vocally untrained church members, has recorded three videos, three DVDs and numerous albums, winning five Dove Awards and six Grammy Awards. Their concert venues in New York City have included Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, and the Madison Square Garden Theater. They also had the honor of singing at the Billy Graham Crusades that were held in New York City's Central Park and Flushing Meadows Park. The recognition that the choir has received has provided them with a wide open door for ministry in presenting the gospel message through music to people all over the world. As per the Brooklyn Tabernacle website. Música religiosa/Cristiana. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Track list/Lista de canciones: 1. We Will Praise the Name of the Lord 2. Jesus the One and Only 3. I Can Be Glad 4. There Is Healing in His Hands 5. Hallelujia, Praise the Lamb 6. You Are Worthy to Be Praised 7. Holy Ghost Revival 8. Almighty 9. With All of My Heart 10. He Is the Same 11. What a Friend We Have in Jesus 12. Peace in the Midst of the Storm 13. Jesus My Jesus 14. Midnight Cry 15. Make Us One
Amy Winehouse's song Back to Black covered by Gina Brooklyn at 5 different gigs throughout the month of June 2017. This cover demonstrates Gina's impeccable timing and consistency, using no click track (with the exception of the drummer who joined her at the end). Other than the change in acoustics at each venue , if you close your eyes this video sounds as though it was recorded at only one. 06/03/17 - Canal Fulton- OH 06/04/17 - Two Old Hippies - Nashville TN 06/15/17 - Potbellys NYC 06/15/17 - Sugar Bar NYC 06/17/17 - Lovecraft NYC Make sure to like and share this video, as well as subscribe to the channel if you like the music. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoYvbOeAQasEtaj2xrLvEmg?sub_confirmation=1 Written by: Amy Winehouse Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org www.ginabrooklyn.com Instagram : @ginabrooklynn Twitter : @ginabrooklynn Facebook : @ginabrooklynnmusic
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