- Music + Performances
Sunset Wednesday: The Brass Queens
$12/adults; $8/students/seniors; $6/children 6-18; FREE for Members and children under 6
The Brass Queens is a Brooklyn-based, 8-piece brass band whose music is deeply inspired by the New Orleans tradition, which influences their genre-spanning sound. Brass Queens features an all-female horn section with the goal of expanding the space for women in a male-dominated industry. Their rousing energy will have you swaying, dancing and toe-tapping!
Alex Joseph - Trumpet
Minerva Johnson - Trumpet
Stephanie King - Trumpet
Ally Chapel - Alto Sax
Jenna Murdoch - Tenor Sax
Elizabeth Arce - Trombone
Nora Nalepka - Sousaphone
Joe Fusca - Drums
Musical selections featured at this evening's performance will include "Waterfalls" by TLC, "Lady Marmalade" by Patti LaBelle, "Killing Me Softly" by Roberta Flack, "Just My Imagination" by The Temptations and many more!
Registration encouraged, but not required, online or by calling 718.549.3200 x251. In the event of inclement weather, this event will move to Armor Hall, in Wave Hill House. Capacity there is limited and registered guests receive priority seating. Premium admission is in effect from 4PM to 8PM each Sunset Wednesday. Passes and discounts, including guest passes, Culture Pass, AHS, etc., will not be accepted starting at 4PM. Member-for-a-Day passes are accepted.
Sunset Wednesdays take place on the Great Lawn. You may bring folding chairs, but blankets are not permitted, and visitors may picnic only in designated picnic areas. The closest to the Great Lawn is adjacent to Glyndor Gallery. The Café and Shop are open until 7PM.
Questions? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the telephone number and extension above.
This summer, as part of the Festival of New York, we are delighted to offer four Sunset Wednesday concerts and an outdoor dance party. The Festival of New York is a series of events across the five boroughs made up of more than 200 partner organizations, including public institutions and local businesses spanning arts and culture, athletics, community service, education, parks and hospitality.