Kupferberg Center and The Morgan Library Bring You Concerts (Online)

3 Photos of musicians against a beige background: Woman in dress singing into an old-style microphone, woman in white shirt playing drums, man with curly hair with black jacket and white shirt

Exciting concerts to watch online over the next few days – from Kupferberg Center for the Arts and The Morgan Library & Museum!


Coming up:

On Saturday, February 20th at 3PM
A Musical Journey Through Queens: The Music of Haiti with Pauline Jean and Friends

“Acclaimed Haitian-American vocalist Pauline Jean along with two legends
of Haitian music, guitarist Eddy Bourjolly and master percussionist Jean
Guy Rene, will take you on a musical journey celebrating the cultural
heritage of Haiti. The trio will explore the energetic rhythms and
captivating sounds of their beloved island nation. Included in the
presentation is a visit to Konpa superstar Mario De Volcy’s Triomph
Muzik record shop, a well-known source for Haitian music, history, and
community in Cambria Heights, Queens.”

RSVP here.

On Tuesday, February 23rd at 7PM:
Music Makers: Wen-Ting Wu

“NY-based drummer, composer, and educator Wen-Ting Wu is a diverse artist from Taiwan with a background ranging from jazz to contemporary music. A Queens College Aaron Copland School of Music alum, Wen-Ting will be joined by acclaimed musicians from NYC’s vibrant jazz scene to present her original compositions that span the emotional and expressive landscape reflective of her personal and musical experiences. **Plus, join us after the concert for a livestream Q&A with the artists.”

RSVP here.

(Kupferberger has more offerings coming up.
Previous shows can be seen on Youtube.)

On Tuesday, February 23rd at 12PM at The Morgan Library, it’s:
Maxim Lando, Piano

The Morgan Library’s popular lunchtime series features some of the most exciting young musicians performing today.

Maxim Lando, touted by The New York Times as displaying “brilliance and infectious exuberance in his New York debut”, plays:

Jean Sibelius, Piano Sonata in F Major, Op. 12
Aram Khachaturian, Piano Sonata

To be presented on The Morgan’s Facebook

(There are more shows in the series coming up.
Previous shows can be seen on Youtube.)