Brooklyn Music AcademyThe 2021 season will include a mix of outdoor performances and public art – including concerts played for individual audience members – as well as lectures and musicals, the organization announced on Thursday.
While there is a very low scale from the academy General programmingThe season will expand its footprint throughout Brooklyn. And it is another in addition to a growing slate of living art events that are scheduled to slowly roll across New York, more than a year after the city was shut down by the coronovirus epidemic.
In a news release, academy officials said that the large-scale public art installation, “Arrival + Department” From Sunday the Brooklyn Borough will grace the front of the hall.
“Influences,” Contemporary dance performed on ice skates will come to Lakeside’s Lefrak Center in Prospect Park in April, and some notable musicians from New York will bring intimacy “1: 1 CONCERTS,” Beginning in May, the Brooklyn Navy Yard was curated by Silcod. A will also Pop-up magazine Incident on the pavements of Fort Green in June.
Later in the summer, Alecia Harris’s play “What to send when it goes down” Will be presented at Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, In coordination with the playwrights Horizon. Initially presented by the Movement Theater Company, the play – described by Harris as a ritual, a dance party and “a place in the theater that is spontaneous about black people” – is a Acclaimed off broadway run In 2018.
Live virtual events will include “Word”. Sound. Power.” – A hip-hop and spoken concert – in April and “DanceAfrica,” a African and African-Migrant Dance Festivals, In May. Virtual literary talks will also take place throughout spring and summer.
“We have transformed some of Brooklyn’s most loved and exclusive sites into stunning stages in one season,” BAM’s artistic director David Binder said in a statement. The artists programmed, he said, “have got moments and are presenting work in a surprising and exciting way.”
Live performances are coming back to the city stages as BAM announces, including new fashions to provide protection to the cast and audience members.
Last month, the Javits Center held First of a series of “NY Popsup” Music programs that are part of a broader public-private partnership to strengthen the arts in the state. In New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio has called for a city Open culture The program, which will allow outdoor performances on designated city streets this spring.
Lincoln Center has also announced a comprehensive initiative, known as “Start Step,” There will be performances at 10 outdoor performances and rehearsal venues starting in April. And last week, Gov. Andrew Andrew Cuomo said there would be plays, concerts and other performances Allowed to resume As soon as next month in New York, with capacity limits.