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WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO

We provide free evening concerts of high artistic quality with adventurous programming and unusual instrumentation performed by critically acclaimed instrumentalists and singers in Washington Square and nearby indoor spaces. Selections range from classical to 21 Century works by US and international composers, jazz, Latin, and world music. Our goals is to entertain, enlighten and educate our public and to attract demographically diverse audiences.

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Amy Kang & Nick Danielson 
 

Prelude in G Minor
J.S. Bach
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AIR
Steven Christopher Sacco
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Selection from Three Pieces

for Violin and Piano

Lullaby
Benjamin Britten
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Selections from
 

Les Chansons de Bilitis
Claude Debussy
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2020 Season
Lutz Rath, cello; Judith Lynn Stillman, piano; and Amadi Azikiwe, violin, perfortm osep Haydn's Piano Trio in F Major, Hob,XV:6 - 1 Vivace
Piano Trio in F Major
Hob,XV:6 - 1. Vivace
Joseph Haydn
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The New York Jazzharmonic Trad-Jazz Sextet performing "Freeze and Melt", a piece performed by Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh in 1929.

The NY Jazzharmonic

Trad-Jazz Sextet

Freeze and Melt
by Dorothy Fields &
Jimmy McHugh - 1929
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Divertimento in C Major
Michael Haydn
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Music Festival Chamber Trio
 

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Tues. June 22, 8:00 pm
Rain Location
Judson Memorial Church
55 Washington Square South

Info@ws-mf.org

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Pedro
Giraudo
Tango
Septet

next program June  29 at 8 pm.