Pianist/Composer Ambrosini and his trio will perform songs from their newest work "Nine Stories" and discuss the muses of songwriters at the concluding performance of the Spring 2011 season.
Online PR News – 09-June-2011 – – New York, NY, June 08, 2011 -- The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of the City of New York, located at 20 West 44th St between 5th & 6th Avenues in Manhattan, is proud to announce the next installment of our cultural series of live music and discussion entitled “Muse & Music”. The John Moore Ambrosini Trio will be the featured performers at the event, to be held at the General Society Library on June 9, 2011.
Pianist John Moore Ambrosini's compositions have been heard on radio and television and his song ‘Homeless’ was featured at the Kennedy Center, performed by the Harlem School of the Arts Choir. The Trio consists of piano/composer John Moore Ambrosini, bassist Marcus McLaurine and drummer Donny Donable. Guest host Clint Blume, jazz drummer and executive director of the General Society will lead a discussion with John to explore the inspiration for his music. This performance in our "Muse & Music" series will conclude our Spring 2011 season. "Muse & Music" will restart on Thursday, September 8, 2011 with a featured performance by Joe Steinhardt of indie rock band Modern Hut.
The Muse & Music series continues The General Society's tradition of hosting cultural lectures dating back to 1837. Reservations for any lecture, or the series, are suggested. General admission will be $15; General Society members $10; and students pay $5. Advance ticket purchases are available by phone at 212-840-1840, extension 2.
About The General Society
The General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen of the City of New York (GSMT) was founded in 1785 by the skilled craftsmen of the City. Today, this 225-year old organization continues to serve and improve the quality of life of the people of the City of New York through its educational, cultural and philanthropic programs which include its Mechanics’ Institute and the General Society Library. For more information about The General Society please go to www.generalsociety.org
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