September 29, 2018, at 2pm at the Jefferson Market Library

Greenwich Village through the eyes of two of its greatest poets: “Kissing in the Village: Edna St Vincent Millay on Bedford Street” and “Jack Kerouac: Blues in the Afternoon”

With scholar and writer Lucy McDiarmid and composer and multi-instrumentalist David Amram, who played with Kerouac for New York City’s first-ever jazz/poetry readings. World premiere performance by Kenneth Radnofsky and Yoshiko Kline of a new multi-media version of Amram’s Greenwich Village Portraits, composed for saxophone and piano with a video accompanying the piece, created by Conrad Kline.

FREE EVENT – reserve places for Village Voices

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