Make Music New York in Staten Island


photo: Josh Gosfield
photo: Josh Gosfield

On Saturday, June 21st, from 10 in the morning until 10 at night, musicians of all ages and musical persuasions will perform in public spaces including playgrounds, sidewalks, gardens and close-off streets of Staten Island.

      Staten Island

Broadway YMCA
651 B’dway
12:00 Jazz Casual interstellar sad bastard songs
1:00 Aisha classic R&B

Historic Richmond Town
441 Clarke Ave
3:00 Tom Cintula & The Buffalo 24 voted one of Staten Island’s Top 5 bands

New York Public Library: Staten Island Branches

NYPL: Dongan Hills
1617 Richmond Rd
2:00 Guitar Lesson Labs Learn how to play guitar – in 5 minutes! Brought to you by Little Kids Rock and GAMA

NYPL: New Dorp
309 New Dorp Ln
3:00 Canvas Radio folk rock evolution

NYPL: Richmondtown
200 Clarke Ave
2:00 Frank Glaz and Friends satirical songs about today’s technology

NYPL: South Beach
21-25 Robin Rd
3:00 Hananel and the Dream Catcher original pop

NYPL: St. George
5 Central Ave
3:00 B+ brotherly world music

NYPL: Stapleton
132 Canal St
12:00 Guitar Lesson Labs Learn how to play guitar – in 5 minutes! Brought to you by Little Kids Rock and GAMA

NYPL: Todt Hill-Westerleigh
2550 Victory Blvd
2:00 Armen Paul modern-pop renaissance man

NYPL: Tottenville
7430 Amboy Rd
4:00 Black Fly Reviews young man with an old bohemian soul

NYPL: West New Brighton
976 Castleton Ave
1:00 Marlon Battad one-man-band plays indie-folk

Westerleigh Park
Maine Ave & Willard Ave
3:00 Ryan Cole and the Paper Souls ukulele folk
4:00 Paul Thornton country music man
5:00 Sarah Piner pop
5:30 Grounded 4 Life pop-rock
6:00 Mike Holliday traveling singer/songwriter
7:00 Frank Glaz and Friends satirical songs about today’s technology
8:00 Sara Rachele folktales and rock


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