Saturday, Nov 12, 2011 at 3:00 PM
Flushing Town Hall
137-35 Northern Boulevard, QUEENS

Following the smashing success of the World Premiere of our Five Borough Songbook, we bring this exciting program to Flushing Town Hall for its Queens Premiere.

2:00 PM Composer Chat  Come early to hear some of the composers speaking about their new works, and what it means to be part of this songbook for a new NYC! 

$25 General Admission / $15 Students w/ID & Queens Residents
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Featuring:
Martha Guth, soprano
Blythe Gaissert, mezzo-soprano
Keith Jameson, tenor
David McFerrin, baritone
Jocelyn Dueck, piano
Thomas Bagwell, piano
Harumi Rhodes, violin 

For more details about this special project, please click here.

About the neighborhood
Known to NYC foodies as a mecca for great eating, historic Flushing is only a short ride from Grand Central Terminal on the 7 train. Flushing Town Hall, an 1862 landmark building, hosts the Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts; check out their exhibit of collages by jazz giant Louis Armstrong which runs through December 31st.

And check out this list of some of Flushing’s famed eateries, where you can get a great pre-show lunch or post-show dinner!

Directions to the venue:

TRANSIT TIP: The 7 train is under construction this weekend, and won’t be running between Times Square and Queensboro Plaza. Instead, transfer to the 7 by taking the N/Q to Queensboro Plaza or the E/F/M/R to Jackson Hts/Roosevelt Ave.