As NYC continues to rebound, Make Music In NY is elated to announce that Make Music New York — their free, annual, daylong, outdoor music celebrations — will take place (as always!) on June 21st, 2022!
Join Rhythm and Soul Radio, Harlem World Magazine and Make Music NY for a “Lunchtime Rendezvous”.
While temperatures are already blazing, summer doesn’t officially begin until Wednesday, June 21, the Summer Solstice.
Now is the time to make and confirm your performance plans in Harlem, New York on the MMNY registration site if you haven’t already.
By Stephanie Woods-McKinney The 92nd. Street continues to celebrate its 150 Anniversary with events, talks, book signings, and in-person discussions.
The New York City Tourism Foundation honored leaders from the City’s aviation, health care, hospitality and cultural industries at its 21st annual Gala at the Plaza Hotel last night.
As we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Hip Hop, we recognize Don Fryson, Founder and Chief Executive Officer/ 360 Entertainment International, LLC, for the origination of Clean Money Music™.
By Sam Mattingly The Harlem School of the Arts is one of the oldest and most prestigious arts organizations in the Harlem community.
In this brand-new adaptation, directed by Savion Glover and Tony Goldwyn, Joey Evans is a Black jazz singer in the 1940s struggling to make it big his way, with his sound, on Chicago’s vibrant nightclub circuit.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today convened the city’s first-ever Live Performance Industry Council meeting.
New York is a massive, sprawling metropolis home to over 8 million residents. Given its size, it can be hard to sort through all the fun options that you could take a friend or partner to.
The city that never sleeps, New York City, is an epicenter of culture, history, and countless unique experiences.
By Harlem World Magazine On Friday, July 21st, 2023, the crooner Tony Bennett died at his home in NYC, at the age of 96.
When you think of things to do in NYC, you may think of visiting the Empire State Building and getting photos of the Statue of Liberty.
This summer, head Uptown with the family for a diversity of dining options — plus a welcoming schedule of weekend fun — at the Open Streets in El Barrio.