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(Still) Live from New York: Works from Home, Ep. 2

Monday June 1 2020 • 7:00pm - 7:30pm ET
Available for live streaming

Overview

Climb into our joy machine for 30 minutes and you’ll see what a few local musicians, comedians, dancers and animators can do with nothing but their talents and whatever gear they’ve got in their apartments.

Your esteemed MC Adam Hamway is very much LIVE, and all the videos he’ll introduce to you were curated by The Greene Space team and created by New York City artists while the city has been on pause for social distancing.

Tune in here on this page at 7pm ET, support the scene and save your FOMO for, umm, everything else in life. 

Talk to Us!

We’re taking comments as we stream on YouTube and Facebook Live, so tell us what you think or send an old-school shout-out and you may hear it on air!

Here are tonight’s featured artists: Like them! Tip them on Venmo or support their favorite local nonprofits!

 

“Paganini Caprice #11 | Don’t you worry ’bout a THANG | Loure” by Curtis Stewart

Inwood, Manhattan

Insta: @curtis.stewart_violin 

 

 

“Quarantine With Me” by Athena Chuang

Brooklyn

 

 

“Alone Together” performed by Jean Rohe and Darren Solomon 

Flatbush, Brooklyn

Insta: @jeanrohe @darsolo 

Venmo: @Jean-Rohe

 

 

“Maclaren Summit” from The Wind in High Places by John Luther Adams, performed by JACK Quartet: Austin Wulliman and Christopher Otto, violins; John Pickford Richards, viola; Jay Campbell, cello

Manhattan, Brooklyn, and The Bronx

Insta/Twitter/FB: @jackquartet 

 

 

“Fly Me To The Moon”, performed by Claire Avakian and Lisa Bettencourt and arranged by Lisa Bettencourt

Astoria, Queens

YouTube: Claire & Lisa

Venmo: @Lisa-Bettencourt

 

 

More artists TBA.

Got a video you’d like us to consider? We’re reviewing submissions from local artists on a rolling basis, and you can find directions for how to show us your stuff right here.

The Greene Space has been closed to live audiences indefinitely, but as long as our health and our home internet connections remain stable, our team will keep making digital programs that bring people together to talk politics, create culture and inspire each other in challenging times. Access to all our videos is free, registration is not required, and if you miss a live stream, you can find them available on-demand.  Learn more about us here.

Event Details

This is a free, live stream-only event. No ticket or registration required.

30 minutes
Address
The Greene Space
44 Charlton St
New York, NY 10014 United States
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