OPENING DAY, Summer Shows
Allergic to Bs
OPENING DAY, Summer Shows
Myrna and the Bulldog
Violizzy & Friends showcases original songwriters and performers whose music blends well with Violizzy’s improvisational style.
Word Cabaret – “Speculative Visions,” hosted by John Instel
Staten Island Creative Community readers collaborate with readers from the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition and present “Food for Thought”.
Jazz Foundation of America Presents Pianist Roy Meriwether, unique stylist and an underground legend.
Accordions on the Waterfront! – a special presentation of NYC accordion ensembles, curated &hosted by Rachel Swaner.
New York City’s Existentialist Troubadour, John Kessel.
Madame Please, classic cover band reinvents classic rock, blues, funk or R&B.
A special presentation of performances by adventurous musicians who use effects pedals, samples, synths, and loops to sculpt sound.
Hosted by John Istel – “I’m talking to you…”
Zoe Over Zero – an alternative rock band.
Saturday, May 12, 4:00-5:00 PM
Myrna and the Bulldog – award winning husband wife singingsongwriting duo.
Sunday, May 13, 2:00-3:00 PM
Mitch Distefano – a force in NYC’s innovative & vibrant music scene.
Sunday, May 13, 3:00-4:00 PM
Paula Jeanine Bennett & One Village Choir
Sunday, May 13, 4:00-4:30 PM
Richard X Bennett & RXB5 – Opens BWAC’s Spring Shows!
May 12, 2018; 1:45 – 3:45 PM
Check out the BWAC Performance Series and other events.
The great pianist Roy Meriwether brings his unique, virtuosic, gospel-tinged stylings to BWAC.
THE STATEN ISLAND SNUGS, a four member, three-part harmony Staten Island favorite graces the BWAC stage.
Paradiddle Records recording artist Pete Mancini performs with Butchers Blind, a critically acclaimed rock band from NYC.
Jerram Original Network, presented by the Jazz Foundation of America’s Gig Fund program, with support from the New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Genevieve Fernworthy is a theologian, artist, and multi-instrumentalist. She incorporates elements of synthpop, soul, psych, and noise into her instrumental + vocal work.
Greenstreets, an Astoria based band. Blending a touch of 90′s alt-rock with modern indie pop rock.
Absurdo & The Coyote, Ben Absurdo and Elise “Coyote Cinema” Levitt, an Astoria-based folk- and philosophy- punk duo.
A Century of Fakers, composed of Jason Biggs, Rony Bonilla, Kevin Dugan, Marlow Riley, Jesse Sklar, Matthew Sklar and Alice Sorensen, reassembles for an encore summer performance.
Harry Oppenheimer, ubiquitous performer, plays the Mountain Dulcimer.
The Owlflies – Peri Mason and Stephanie Kadison – perform melodic, lyrically driven songs.
Ryan Chernin & Ev explore the unknown space between thought and dream.
Braxton Hicks and the Mission Boys play music with a unique mixture of styles and sounds.
Jazz Foundation Presents: Whitney Marchelle, seasoned, award-winning vocalist, songwriter and pianist. Also featuring Frank Lacy on trombone, Bertha Hope on piano, and Kim Clarke on bass.