June 17


Nouveau York Sunset

Paris New York Heritage Festival

feat. Rustam Ospanoff (Jazzystan)


Lekin (Le Mellotron)



444 W 13th Street

New York, NY10014


The place to be on the Sunday sunset to listen to good music and feel the good vibes of the coming summer! 


About Rustam Ospanoff:

It has been one of my recent highlights watching Rustam Ospanoff grow into a significant DJ and event curator of high standing. His energy and passion have laid down important music foundations in the developing world. He is a shining light for all of us”.

Gilles Peterson (Brownswood, Worldwide, BBC RADIO 6)


Rustam Ospanoffis not only a record digger and DJ. He is also the Producer and Creative Director of the most important underground music festival in Central Asia called “Jazzystan”. He has produced 25 Festival eventsover 8 years in Kazakhstan. Now, he resides in New York City, DJing and booking talent for his new music festival.


About Lekin:

Le Mellotron is all about people and music. In the beginning it was a blog that quickly takes the shape of a webradio gathering a growing community of music curators and lovers. Located in a bar just steps from Place de la Republique, in the heart of Paris, Le Mellotron beats day after day to the rhythm of the city, its people and streets. We strongly believe in a an emerging parisian musical scene, moved by its curiosity, able to capture and transform its worldwide influences. LeMellotron will be its amplifier.


Le Mellotron's co-founder Lekin will take you on a journey through his sonic peregrinations. Expect a mix of drums-heavy oldies and new electronic explorations with a zest of non-western essences de rigueur.



Paris New York Heritage Festival stops off in one of the trendiest club of New York (according to Time Magazine) to present a special night with legends of Jazz and Soul.

​Don't miss this opportunity to listen and enjoy good music.

Itamar Borochov & Band

Brian Jackson & Band
Ilhan Ersahin with Kenny Wollesen & Dave Harrington

About Itamar Borochov

Itamar Borochov, an Israeli trumpet player and composer from Brooklyn, connects Lower Manhattan with North Africa, modern Israel and ancient Bukhara, celebrating the traces of the divine he finds in elegant sophistication, Middle Eastern tradition and home blues. Borochov brings with him a unique sound wherever he goes. Deeply immersed in the jazz tradition, the search for his personal roots has given rise to an ever-growing love for Arab and pan-African musical sensibilities - a natural palette for a trumpeter-composer raised in Jaffa, an integrated Muslim, Jewish and Christian city.

About Brian Jackson

Brian Jackson began writing songs in 1970 with classmate Gil Scott- Heron. Their partnership produced some of the most fiercely poignant, politically charged, and significantly soulful albums of the seventies. 'Pieces of a Man', 'Free Will', 'Winter in America', 'First Minute of a New Day', 'From South Africa to South Carolina', 'Bridges' and 'Secrets' are coveted by collectors and conscious-minded music fans alike.

About Ilhan Ersahin's trio

With drummer Kenny Wollesen (Tom Waits, John Zorn, Norah Jones) and Dave Harrington (of electronic duo Darkside) guitar/bass/electronics, Ilhan Ersahin captures the vibe of impromptu, cross-pollinating, and heavily grooving late-night jam sessions...” (New York Times).







Join us as we celebrate and learn about the Andean Summer Solstice (Inti Raymi/Fiesta del Sol) in the Bronx. The program will open with a presentation of Inti Raymi by Fabian Muenala which will be conducted in Kichwa and Spanish. There will be a music performance by Kaylla and dance performances by Kichwa Nation and Grupo Danza Indigena de Saraguro.

We are located steps from the 2/5 train at Freeman St. Parking accessible.

Admission: $7 | $5 for students and seniors | FREE for IG residents and kids 12 - under.

Part of the South Bronx Culture Trail produced by Casita Maria Center For Arts & EducationDancing in the Streets, and the Bronx Music Heritage Center.

Co-sponsor: City Lore


New York 


Hip-hop, salsa, folk, electronica, minimalism, and punk rock are some of the genres that sprouted in New York — the city where exciting hybrids of jazz, opera, and classical also blossomed. New York Music Month will  give fans a map to the city’s musical geography.

June 9th & 23rd:

Morrisania Musical Legacy (jazz, hip hop, doo wop)

The tour will start at the Bronx Music Heritage Center and walk through neighborhood where legends in jazz, hip hop, doo wop and Latin music lived and played from the 1940s through today. The tour begins in Morrisania, where there was once a thriving jazz scene and where some of the pioneers of hip hop got their start. These neighborhoods were also some of the hardest hit by the fires in the 1970s and 1980s. The tour will walk by Charlotte Street, one of the Bronx's most famous streets which became a national symbol of urban decay. The fires and problems of those years also affected the music scene. There will also be discussion and recognition of the community organizations that helped turn the Bronx around and the street and public art that continue to make the neighborhoods vibrant. Meet at the Bronx Music Heritage Center, 1303 Louis Nine Blvd., right off the 2/5 train at Freeman St.

More info here

June 16th & 30th:

South Bronx Latin Music Tour

This tour with folklorist Elena Martinez will explore the Hunts Point/Longwood neighborhoods in the Bronx where many Latinmusic performers lived and worked. Along the way, we’ll point out the dance clubs, theaters and social clubs where the musicwas performed and flourished. The tour will also examine the community organizations that have helped improved the neighborhood and the borough, and will highlight the street life and public art that continues to make the neighborhood vibrant. Meet at the Hunts Point subway stop on the #6 line. Go up to the sidewalk near the elevator.

More info here

These tours are provided for free by the NYC Mayor's Office of Media & Entertainment

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