Join us on the lawn on five Sundays in May — plus Cinco de Mayo! — as the Multicultural Music Group joins us to uplift different cultures and highlight stories of human diasporas.

Each concert focuses on a different border region in the western hemisphere:

Sunday, May 1 at 5pm: U.S. Borders
featuring Jordyn Davis and Compose the Way

Thursday, May 5 at 6:30pm: Mexico/U.S.
featuring Alec Castro with Strings

Sunday, May 8 at 5pm: Venezuela/Colombia
featuring Alí Bello & the Sweet Wire Band

Sunday, May 15 at 5pm: South America’s Cono Sur
featuring Pedro Giruado’s Tango Quartet

Sunday, May 22 at 5pm: El Salvador, Guatemala & Honduras
featuring Waldo Chavez & Company

Sunday, May 29 at 5pm: Borders in Perspective: U.S./Canada
featuring Dave Chamberlain & Direct Latin Influence

These presentations are made possible with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs’ Cultural Development Fund, the New York State Council on the Arts’ Recovery Fund, and the Small Business Association’s Shuttered Venue Operating Grant, and by St. Frances Cabrini Shrine.
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