Lunchtime Concerts at Richard Tucker Park
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
Hear local musicians perform a range of styles, from global funk to jazz to alternative rock and more in a shady plaza. In between performances, stretch and relax with free and gentle restorative yoga sessions by instructors from the West Side Y and sample products from Whole Foods Market. In the event of rain, concerts take place at the American Folk Art Museum.
Fan-favorite songs and games from the award-winning podcast Noodle Loaf, the interactive play-based world of music created by musician, best-selling children’s book author and podcast host, Dan Saks, come to the real world. At this family-friendly event, Dan Saks and his children will lead the audience in singing and moving, and perform read-alouds from Dan’s…More info
Jazz at Lincoln Center Family Concerts: Who Is Thad Jones
Learn about the trumpeter-composer-bandleader Thad Jones in this hour-long interactive performance. Recommended for ages 5–12, but children and adults of all ages are welcome.
At the lovely Rose Theater in the Shops at Columbus Circle (where you can also explore Art Camp) with a stunning view of Central Park.
Also at 3 pm.More info
Broadway Playhouse: Broadway Today
Learn about the great writers of American musical theater today with songs from The Lion King, Six, The Book of Mormon, Hamilton, Wicked, Chicago and more in a fast-paced, funny interactive concert for kids featuring hilarious, talented performers.
Includes mini-musicals, sing-alongs, games and more musical fun in an intimate theater – come early to enter…More info
CMS Kids: Who is Dvořák?
In this fun and interactive program, learn composer Dvořák’s friendship with Brahms and how Dvořák was inspired by the lively and dramatic music from where he was born.
A relaxed, inclusive concert experience curated for ages 3-6 and adapted for neurodiverse audiences, including children with autism or other special needs. These performances are…More info