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Holiday Harmonies


December 3, 2018 - December 7, 2018

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

One New York Plaza
1 New York Plaza
New York, NY 10004

Brighten your lunch break with musicians performing seasonal favorites in the Concourse from 12:30-1:30pm!

Monday 12/3  The World Trio
The World Trio is enthralled by the classical and folk music from their own cultural backgrounds and the traditions from around the globe. Performers include Mia Theodoratus (harp), Samantha Gillogly (violin/fiddle), and Michael Evans (hand drums). Together, they explore Klezmer, North Indian pop, and Celtic and infuse it with their own unique perspective.

Tuesday 12/4 The Mistletones
The Mistletones have been spreading their unique brand of cheer over the past 12 holiday seasons! Their music ranges from classic carols and winter favorites to modern holiday songs and mash-ups. Dynamic arrangements have a contemporary sound and are in 4-part harmony. Feel free to get into the spirit of the season and dance or sing along!

Wednesday 12/5  The Creswell Club
The Creswell Club is a constellation of musicians who specialize in music that makes life better. The group is rooted in jazz standards and music from the 1920s, but they’re experts at branching out, playing everything from swing to bossa nova, Motown to The Rat Pack, Edith Piaf to Lana Del Rey. Bassist Dan Martin, saxophonist/flutist Jenny Hill, and guitarist Nick Russo will join us for this performance.

Thursday 12/6  The Original Dickens Carolers
The Original Dickens Carolers have been bringing classic and contemporary holiday music to life with humor and joy since 1986. Dressed in Victorian costumes and ready to de-Scrooge any passerby, they hope you’ll enjoy all of your favorite carols with traditional tight harmonies.

Friday 12/7  Metropolitan Klezmer
Hailed as “one of the finest American klezmer bands” by Songlines Magazine (UK), Metropolitan Klezmer performs an exhilarating range of musical treasure with astonishing agility and refreshing depth. Formed in 1994, the band features a range of folkloric sounds both poignant and jubilant, as well as a sparkling range of Yiddish swing and tango.