Archive for June, 2007
|June 21, 2007|
|12:00 pm||to||2:00 pm|
The first annual MAKE MUSIC NEW YORK is coming to New York this June 21!
For one day a year – the first day of summer – public spaces in all five boroughs will become informal musical stages for all New Yorkers, amateurs and professionals, to perform for friends, neighbors, and passers-by, turning the city into a festival of live music making.
More than 300 cities around the world, from Paris to Panama to Phnom Penh, celebrate their own “Make Music” events each June 21st. Join us for the first year in New York!
Grace will be performing with her G-Spot Band at The Anyway Cafe 34 E. 2nd St., 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM. “Fun jazz standards.”
|June 3, 2007|
|3:00 pm||to||4:00 pm|
Grace will perform as part of a program of songs based on The Spanish Civil War.
The Spanish Civil War produced a legacy of evocative songs that are still known and sung around the world. Bruce Barthol, composer and lyricist for the San Fransisco Mime Troupe, leads a program that features classic and contemporary songs about the Spanish civil War in Spanish, English and German. He will be joined by Grace Garland, vocals; Liberty Ellman, guitar; Dred Scott, piano and drums; and Andy Tierstein, violin, mandolin, and accordian. Free with Museum Admission.
|June 6, 2007|
|5:00 pm||to||6:00 pm|
Grace will perform with Home Cookin’ at the Sundial at Columbia University in NYC on June 6th from 5-6pm