On Thursday and Friday, May 23 and 24, at 7:00 PM, the sounds and stories of the New York City subway filled the Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand Street (at Pitt Street), New York City, with STUCK ON SUBWAY MOON, a live multi- media musical performance that combines professional jazz musicians and filmmakers with original poetry and songs by high-school music students.
Members of the celebrated downtown ensemble THE JAZZ PASSENGERS were among the featured performers with public school students from the Institute for Collaborative Education in Manhattan, and the High School for Violin and Dance and the Bronx Early College Academy in the Bronx.
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View our video from Subway Moon performance on April 30, 2018 at Peter Norton Symphony Space in NYC. Participating students came from High School for Violin and Dance (Bronx), City-As-School (Manhattan), and I.C.E.
SUBWAY MOON is a project of Jazz Passengers Music Projects, Inc., a 501(c)3 not for profit corporation with a mission to create music education experiences that shine light on social injustices and enable performers and audiences to create, express and grow as human beings.
SUBWAY MOON is an on-going musical/video performing experience that combines the forces of professional jazz musicians and filmmakers with high-school music students from around the world.
New York City's Institute for Collaborative Education is the New York City high school that is home to Subway Moon.
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