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2019

MAY

SATURDAY
OCT 5
 
8pm DANCE OPEN MIC
An experimental dance happening guided by ALYSSA RAPP and featuring YOU and numerous other dance artists. Percussionist KEVIN NORTON will be on hand to contribute live music, if wanted, for your open mic set. If you have a music track for your set, bring it along and we can play it for you. Tell your dancer friends!!
 
TUESDAY
OCT 8
 
 

ETG BOOK CAFE BIRTHDAY 2005 OPEN MIC
It's the EIGHTH of OCT again!
We've had 14 years of holding open this community space.
Grateful to serve!

14th ANNIVERSARY SALE: EVERYTHING 14% OFF
ALL DAY!

WE CLOSE AT 7pm ON TUESDAYS
 
WEDNESDAY
OCT 9
INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S DAY
 
7pm

JOHN LENNON's BIRTHDAY (1940)

PEACE MUSEUM NY 

www.peacemuseumnewyork.org

presents 

The ART of PEACE
OPEN MIC

Open mic participants are encouraged to take on
the theme of PEACE in their open mic offering.
7-8:30 pm
sign up starts at 6:30 pm
cafe will be open til 9 PM

 

THURSDAY
OCT 10

 
7:30

ALEJANDRO MEOLA
   Alejandro Meola is an argentine-american songwriter and guitarist based in New York City. Born in Miami, he grew up in Buenos Aires. His music is rooted in Rock/Blues, occasionally blending elements from a variety of other genres like Soul, Reggae, Tango and Latin folk rhythms.
    Alejandro Meola es un compositor y guitarrista argentino-americano basado en Nueva York. Nacido en Miami, creció en la ciudad de Buenos Aires. Su música se enmarca dentro del Rock/Blues, mezclando en ocasiones elementos de una variedad de estilos como el Soul, Reggae, Tango y ritmos folklóricos Latinos.

 
FRIDAY
OCT 11
 
8pm "AROUND THE WORLD OF WORDS"
A PERFORMANCE ABOUT LANGUAGE by THEO CZUK

Humorist, Storyteller, Novelist, Poet, Songwriter from Oregon.
   In the classic tradition of Mark Twain, Theo presents a talk on the language of language. With a podium and a piano!

“Author and Songwriter Theo Czuk has created a unique work of art in Heart-Scarred, a novel, and an accompanying CD of original songs. In his “Around the World of Words” program, he walks through the creative process that brought this about, discussing some of the characters, settings, and musical influences. I highly recommend this inspiring and entertaining talk, framed by enjoyable, thought-provoking songs.”
   — Bill Stanek, Mensa Annual Gathering

Suggested donation $10  No one turned away
 
SATURDAY
OCT 12
 
2pm

NY Public Library BOOK DISCUSSION led by Allison Nellis
"THE MAN CALLED OVE" by Frederik Backman

 
7:30 HEGAZY
  Twin sisters Leila and Omnia Hegazy are a soul pop duo based out of Staten Island, NY. Their tracks brim with ethereal atmospherics, simmering B3 organ grooves, dirty rock n’ roll guitars, and infectious pop hooks. HEGAZY’s telepathic vocal interlace is a rarity, the twins weave in and out of phrases, swapping melodies and harmonies, and matching nuances like vibrato and embellishments with what can only be called a wonder of genetic precision. 
  HEGAZY’s lyrics are bold, playful, and insightful looks into the millennial mindset, post-college enlightenment, romance, and politics and race in the current landscape. Their songswould fit comfortably on playlists alongside artists such as Emily King, Gary Clark Jr., Lake Street Dive, Alabama Shakes, and St. Paul & The Broken Bones.

 

WEDNESDAY
OCT 16
 
7-9 Wil Wynn’s Curiously Refreshing OPEN MIC Experience
   Poet Will Wyn is the conductor of this minty fresh event with the involvement of his extraordinary peers. Poets will take turns performing OTHER PEOPLES poems. But before each performance, the audience will read the poem projected on the screen. The audience will mark their impressions of various aspects of each poem, written and performed, on scorecards, and so the poets will get to recieve the anonymous feedback from their work after the event.

Following this first segment will be OPEN MIC, so bring your poems!

Suggested Donation-no one turned away



 
THURSDAY
OCT 17
 
7:30 ART-MUSIC:
THE CONVINCING ACTOR
and LARISSINHA and MOTHER SIREN
The Convincing Actor
is an NJ-based electronic music maker who combines influences ranging from early 20th century avant-garde to classic blues to hardcore punk to create a theatrical and unnerving genre all their own.    Larissinha and Mother Siren are Brunswick-NJ-based electronic music artists who have teamed up for this rock 'em sock 'em delirious dance collage..
 

FRIDAY
OCT 18

7:30 MUSICAL DOUBLE-HEADER
 
  ALL HANDS ON DECK
 
 

ALLERGIC TO B's

 

SATURDAY
OCT 19

 
7:30

LOU ROSS EXPERIENCE
Teacher, composer, guitarist and humorist with a big circle of family and friends hosts this musical gathering.

 

FRIDAY
OCT 25

 
 

MUSIC: FRANK TROY

 

SATURDAY
OCT 26
 
7:30

OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC Share YOUR Music, Words, Movies, More! Music: 2 songs, 8 min max.

Share YOUR Music, Words, Movies, More! Music: 2 songs, 8 min max. Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc. in a supporting attentive environment. Seasoned pros, beginners, and everybody in-between can enjoy sharing their gifts on our welcoming stage. We have microphones, PA, amps, projector, screen, and an interested MC.

Suggested donation THANK YOU

 

THURSDAY
OCT 31
 
3pm

TRICK OR TREAT HALLOWE'EN

 
 
 

NOVEMBER


 
FRIDAY
NOV 1
   
   
 
SATURDAY
NOV 2
   
  SIAMS Presents Musical Places: Geography in Song, Part I
 

THURSDAY
NOV 7

   
   
 
FRIDAY
NOV 8
   
8pm RITUAL OF DIVINE FEMININITY. Polysensual ritual for self-forgiveness, and opening up the throat, opening the blockages of abundence and prosperity. This ritual will invite you into a learning place for the skills we all need to participate in the necessary transformatin of our world in this important time.
 
SATURDAY
NOV 9
  ECKANKAR
   
 
 
2pm

NY Public Library BOOK DISCUSSION led by Allison Nellis
"ROBINSON CRUSOE" by Daniel Defoe

 
 
4-6

SIOUTLOUD: "IN THE HEART OF THE SEA"
Exploring Nathaniel Philbrick’s gripping story with the wonderfully inimitable community dialog and performance project STATEN ISLAND OUTLOUD.

The Big Read, Autumn 2019: “In the Heart of the Sea”

The National Endowment for the Arts has chosen Staten Island OutLOUD to present The Big Read in our community. This is our tenth consecutive award from the NEA, and we are proud to present a series of varied free events, exploring Nathaniel Philbrick’s gripping story, In the Heart of the Sea.

Program details will be announced shortly.

 

SUNDAY
NOV 10

   
   
 

THURSDAY
NOV 14

   
  MUSIC: Julia Simoniello
   
 
7pm

MUSIC: GLACIER LAKE   
  
PAUL JONES saxophone, KEVIN NORTON vibraphone, drums, percussion, NOAH BERMAN guitar.
    Composer Kevin Norton has performed and recorded with a wide array of musicians — from Anthony Braxton and Joëlle Léandre to Milt Hinton and Fred Frith.

With an opening set by

JULIA SANE SIMONIELLO

   
 

FRIDAY
NOV 15

   
   
   
   
 

VIDEO SCREENING: BLACK CAMERA

 

SATURDAY
NOV 16

   
2pm SIOUTLOUD: MOBY DICK staged reading directed by Vin Vok
 
   
7:30 SIAMS Presents MUSICAL PLACES: Geography in Song, Part 2
 
THURSDAY
NOV 21
 
7-9 Wil Wynn’s Curiously Refreshing OPEN MIC Experience
   Poet Will Wyn is the conductor of this minty fresh event with the involvement of his extraordinary peers. Poets will take turns performing OTHER PEOPLES poems. But before each performance, the audience will read the poem projected on the screen. The audience will mark their impressions of various aspects of each poem, written and performed, on scorecards, and so the poets will get to recieve the anonymous feedback from their work after the event.

Following this first segment will be OPEN MIC, so bring your poems!

Suggested Donation-no one turned away



 

FRIDAY
NOV 22

   
8pm

Masters of Folk: BOB CONROY, NORM PEDERSON, JEAN PEDERSON

 

SATURDAY
NOV 23

   
  Alyssa's DANCE OPEN MIC
 

THURSDAY
NOV 28

  CLOSED FOR HAPPY HOLIDAY:
  THANKSGIVING! GRATITUDE DAY!
 

FRIDAY
NOV 29

   
   
   
   
 

 

 

SATURDAY
NOV 30
 
7pm

 

 

 
 
 

 

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