As part of the festival’s Jack Kerouac 100 celebrations, a distinguished panel—Holly George-Warren, Joyce Johnson, Anne Waldman, and David Amram – will reflect on aspects of the writer’s life in New York City generally and the Village in particular and discuss his enduring legacy.
A Solo Flute Festival of Improvised Solos to Remember Jeremy Steig.
With flutists Cheryl Pyle, Haruna Fukazawa, Gene Coleman, John Kruth, Jay Rodriguez, Nick Gianni, Sylvain Leroux, Connie Grossman, Premik Russell Tubbs, Mary Cherney, and more.
A performance of Native American Portraits for violin, piano, and percussion, by David Amram at Third Street Music School Settlement. It will be preceded by a demonstration of Native American music and instruments and conclude with an opportunity for discussion.
Celebrate the Jack Kerouac centenary with the world premiere of David Amram’s Ah, Let’s Go Back to the Village, a chamber music composition commissioned by The Village Trip and based on text from Kerouac’s book Lonesome Traveler. Tilted Axes – twenty electric guitars – kick off this unique guitar extravaganza. There follows a program of South American guitar music, and twenty classical guitarists wrap up, joining David Amram, who will jam on his score for the Robert Frank film Pull My Daisy.
Music historian Jesse Rifkin leads us back, “down the foggy ruins of time”, on a tour of places associated with the folk revival. The tour examines the fabled Greenwich Village … Read More
David Amram will headline a free outdoor concert to launch The Village Trip 2021 and will be joined by special guests, including Rene Manning, Earl McIntyre, and guitar quartet Bodies Electric.
Folk, rock, jazz, classical – come and experience the infinite variety of Village music and musicians!