“A Call for World Peace” concert is dedicated to Japan-Turkish friendship. The symphonic suite “Friendship”, composed and conducted by Seiji Mukaiyama, will be performed by New Manhattan Sinfonietta and accompanied by the Dessoff Choirs and Circle Wind Boys & Girls Choir. Symphony has two parts dedicated to true historical events that impacted many Japanese and Turkish lives. The first part titled “By Skin of Their Teeth: Escape from Tehran” is about rescuing Japanese lives from Tehran by Turkish aircraft in 1985. Second part titled “Ertugrul Trajectory”” is about the Ertugrul Frigate that sank off Japanese shore in 1890. In the accident, more than 500 of those on board were killed, and only 69 sailors were rescued by Japanese villagers. This concert honors acts of true friendship between two countries 100 years apart.
Barbaric Yawp plays the intimate Harlem club, SILVANA. Come hang out, smoke some Hookah, drink some beer and groove with us downstairs. Tuesday, September 22. Set starts at 11PM. No cover.
Silvana is located at 300 W 116th St. (SW corner of Frederick Douglass Blvd/8th Ave)
Composers Concordance presents:
Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Adolphe Sax (1814-1894) inventor of the saxophone
SNAP Saxophone Quartet:
Nicholas Biello, Andrew Gould, Paul Jones & , Sam Dillon
Paul Carlon, Erin Rogers, Daniel Schnyder, Eric Neveloff, Roxy Coss, Andrew Hadro, Jay Rodriguez, James Stewart . With special guest, body percussionist Max Pollak
Music by Patrick Hardish, Nick Biello, Paul Jones, Daniel Schnyder, Paul Carlon, Dan Cooper, Milica Paranosic, Gene Pritsker.