|Broadway's ADRIENNE WARREN - Live on July 30 at Bryant Park Picnic Performances with host MAURICIO MARTINEZ|
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|Bryant Park Picnic Performances
Carnegie Hall Citywide Series with
Adrienne Warren & Friends
With Special Guests
Matthew Griffin, Amber Iman, Ashley Loren, and Jhardon Milton
Friday, July 30
Doors at 5:30pm / Show at 7pm
First-Come, First-Served Entry
Performance Livestream Available Free - Courtesy of Bank of America
Bryant Park Picnic Performances' season of free, live performances continues on Friday, July 30 at 7pm with Broadway rising star Adrienne Warren. This performance is part of this season's Carnegie Hall Citywide Series. Entry to this event is now open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis for all audience members. Advance ticket registration is no longer required.
Adrienne Warren's "earth-moving gifts" (The Washington Post) dazzle the moment she steps on the stage. Her incandescent portrayal of the legendary Tina Turner in the musical Tina earned her a 2020 Tony Award nomination. Hear Warren and some of her closest musical friends in this not-to-be-missed concert. Warren will be joined by emerging Broadway special guest performers Matthew Griffin, Amber Iman, Ashley Loren, and Jhardon Milton; the performance will be guest-hosted by Mauricio Martinez (On Your Feet!).
In line with continually expanding city and state safety protocols, Bryant Park will be welcoming guests to these Picnic Performance events on a first-come, first-served basis; no ticket is necessary. Vaccinated and negative-tested audience members may bring their own picnic blankets or take park-provided chairs for open seating on the world-famous Bryant Park Lawn. Unvaccinated or untested attendees will be offered seating in a separate, socially-distanced section. Food and beverages are available for purchase from vendors in the park. All event attendees are also invited to bring their own food and drinks.
For anyone unable to attend in person, a free livestream broadcast of the performance will be available nationwide via Bryant Park's website and social media platforms, thanks to the generous support of Bank of America. Additional support for on-site events is provided by Amazon.
Additional Carnegie Hall Citywide Performances
Friday, July 16 at 7pm
Spanish Harlem Orchestra
Feel the irresistible rhythms and be uplifted by the fire of salsa dura ("hard salsa") when the Spanish Harlem Orchestra takes the stage. The three-time Grammy Award-winning salsa and Latin band's performances are rooted in the great traditions of the barrio (New York City's Spanish Harlem), but also
break new ground with fresh approaches to the music.
Friday, July 23 at 7pm
Acclaimed for its "voracious musical appetite" (Chicago Classical Review), the musicians of The Knights take you on visionary musical journeys with every performance. Tremendously versatile musicians, they have performed with such luminaries as Dawn Upshaw, Yo-Yo Ma, Gil Shaham, and Béla Fleck. Join this extraordinary ensemble for a concert that showcases vibrant music by Jessie Montgomery, Anna Clyne, and Christina Courtin alongside Mozart's classic Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.
Friday, August 6 at 7pm
Terence Blanchard featuring The E-Collective with Turtle Island Quartet
One jazz master salutes another when 2018 United States Artists Fellow, two-time Oscar nominee, and five-time Grammy Award-winning trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard celebrates saxophone icon Wayne Shorter. Shorter's impact as composer and performer with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, Miles Davis's second great quintet, and as a leader of his own group, Weather Report, is legendary. Blanchard, joined by The E-Collective and the Turtle Island Quartet, performs new works as well as arrangements of such classic Shorter tunes as "Diana" and "When It Was Now." His album ABSENCE , celebrating the music of Wayne Shorter, will be released by Blue Note on August 27.
Sections for Seating
1: Vaccinated and Tested Section
•Attendees wishing to sit on the west side of the lawn must provide on-site digital or physical proof of full vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test along with a government issued photo ID.
•We encourage attendees to wear masks during the check-in process. Masks are not required once vaccinated or tested attendees are seated.
•Attendees are welcome to enjoy food and drink from one of our many park vendors, or bring their own, for a picnic on the lawn.
•Attendees can bring a blanket or use a park chair.
2: Distanced Section
•Unvaccinated or untested attendees may sit in our socially distanced section. Masks are strongly encouraged until patrons are seated and properly socially distanced (six feet from other parties at all times).
•Once seated and properly socially distanced, tested attendees are welcome to enjoy food and drink.
•Attendees will sit in park chairs; no outside blankets or chairs allowed.
•Please do not attend if you are unwell.
3: Open Seating Section
•Additional non-distanced seating is available off the Bryant Park Lawn on park grounds at attendees' discretion.
•Please do not attend if you are unwell.
As New York State and City safety guidelines for public gatherings quickly change in response to the ongoing success of NYC's COVID-19 vaccination program, Bryant Park continues to reassess its on-site protocols for upcoming shows with the intention of safely accommodating as many attendees as possible. For the most current guidelines, program updates and additional venue information and restrictions, please visit bryantpark.org/picnics.
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Current Bryant Park Picnic Performances Schedule
All Shows Open Doors at 5:30pm, Performance Starts at 7pm
First-Come, First-Served Entry
Livestreams Available on the Bryant Park Picnic Performances Website and
Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube Channels - @bryantparknyc
July 16: Carnegie Hall Citywide - Spanish Harlem Orchestra
July 23: Carnegie Hall Citywide - The Knights
July 30: Carnegie Hall Citywide - Adrienne Warren and Friends
July 31: Greenwich House Music School - Riley Mulherkar and Ella Bric
August 06: Carnegie Hall Citywide - Terence Blanchard & The E-Collective with the Turtle Island Quartet
August 12: Harlem Stage - Craig Harris's Nocturnal Nubian Ball…: A Tribute to Sun Ra
August 13: Jazz at Lincoln Center - Dizzy's Club: Young Stars of Jazz
August 14: Jazz at Lincoln Center - Dizzy's Club: Camille Thurman and the Darrell Green Quintet
August 16: Limón Dance Company and Music from the Sole *
August 20: Paul Taylor Dance Company and EMERGE125 *
August 21: New York City Opera - Now That's What I Call Opera!
August 27: Save the Date - Dance Performance TBA *
September 03: New York City Opera - Rigoletto
September 10: Classical Theatre of Harlem
September 17: National Sawdust - Allison Loggins-Hull premieres Diametrically Composed
September 20: The Town Hall - Centennial Concert featuring Chris Thile and special guests
* Performances on 8/16, 8/20, and 8/27 will be available to stream exclusively on Bryant Park's website.
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