Molly Pope: Polly Mope (And Then Some)
Thursday, March 22, 8:00 p.m.


Renowned cabarettist Molly Pope presents the New York premiere of her first completely original solo piece, Polly Mope. Currently a work-in-progress, Polly Mope marks a bold new direction for Pope as she embarks on writing her own songs and departs from free-form banter to a fully-scripted book. Asking the eternal question, "How do you get through the night?" The piece wields a double-edged sword of self-awareness that splits the psyche in two with comic and tragic results. Straddling the universal and the intensely personal, Pope runs headlong into a late-night manic-depressive obstacle course to figure out just who wins when it's Me vs Me.

Eva Salina and Peter Stan: SUDBINA: A Portrait of Vida Pavlović Album Release
Thursday, March 29, 8:00 p.m.

Eva Salina and Peter Stan celebrate the release of their first duo album with repertoire from Vida Pavlović, poignant and moving Serbian Romani songs full to the brim with tenderness and courage.



Thursday, April 5, 8:00 p.m.

Because of Them, We Are is a musical reflection consisting of original compositions inspired by Camille's personal #metoo account, as recently published in the Allegro 802 Union magazine. In her artist's statement, Ms. Thurman notes that "words can be limiting at times and I knew that after writing my story, there was something more that needed to be done." These new compositions, presented for the first time at Uncharted, were written to give voice to, acknowledge, and honor the myriad women who have experienced sexism and are intended to serve as a means of healing and inspiration.

Thursday, April 12, 8:00 p.m.

A special benefit concert to support Greenwich House Music School






Thursday, April 19, 8:00 p.m.

Ani will debut new material including her new single to be released this spring, proceeds of which will be donated to Puerto Rico Independent Musicians and Artists (PRIMA).




Thursday, April 26, 8:00 p.m.

The evening will feature works from Centrone's debut solo album, recorded in February 2018 in Beirut, Lebanon, entitled New Moon, a story of love, war, death and rebirth featuring her work on drumset, riqq (Arabic tambourine), bendir (North African frame drum), 'ud (Arabic lute), buzuq (Arabic long-necked lute), guitar, piano, voice and spoken word.




Thursday, May 3, 8:00 p.m.

At a time when so much of our existence is digital, stripping ourselves of our 21st century trappings begins to feel like something new again. Marika Hughes turns her sonic attentions to her roots and live acoustic sound.




Thursday, May 10, 8:00 p.m.

Latin America has a long history of social struggle which is reflected in its diverse music focused on revealing and portraying these issues. Join Camila Meza and Aaron Goldberg as they explore themes of justice, equality and social awareness through ageless songs that speak to America today.




Michael Mwenso & The Shakes: They Laugh and Smile
 March 23, 2017

Michael Mwenso strikes out on his own with a new musical revue. This premiere performance will feature Mwenso’s new compositions that chronicle working through the struggle of being different to discovering the redemptive power of love, community and inner strength.




The Masakowski Family Band Featuring Steve, Sasha and Martin Masakowski: The Masakowski Family Band Album Release Party Co-Presented by New York Hot Jazz Festival
March 30, 2017
Steve Masakowski, the legendary New Orleans jazz guitarist and educator, along with his rising-star children, vocalist Sasha and bassist Martin, have collaborated on a new album,N.O. Escape, featuring a variety of their favorite songs related to their hometown of New Orleans in a style that Steve describes as Nouveaux Trad.



Radio Jarocho and Zenen Zeferino: An Exploration of Son Jarocho's Past and Present
April 6, 2017
New York City son jarocho pioneers Radio Jarocho present a new project exploring the origins of son jarocho, the traditional music of Veracruz, Mexico. In this journey through the genre's baroque, West African, and indigenous Mexican roots, Radio Jarocho and Zenen Zeferino will trace son jarocho from its rural ancestry to the global phenomenon that it is today.




April 13, 2017
A woman. A woman-instrument. A woman-band. A woman-song. In this new production, Sofía Rei veers away from her staple sound and ventures in areas of the creation that arise almost exclusively from her voice.






Innov Gnawa: Sebitiyin: The Jewish Songs of Gnawa 
April 20, 2017
In this evening of deep cuts from the Moroccan gnawa repertoire, Innov Gnawa honors the strength of Moroccan national identity to transcend religious distinctions with a rare performance of the Jewish songbook of this ancient Moroccan musical tradition.




Dan Tepfer and Aaron Diehl: Duo Piano
April 27, 2017
This one-of-a-kind collaboration explores the unlikely common ground between two leading pianists from opposite ends of the jazz spectrum. Aaron Diehl is an aficionado of the early tradition of jazz piano, while Dan Tepfer is inspired by the avant garde.





Krystle Warren: In a Sentimental Mood
May 4, 2017
Krystle Warren revisits selections from her early work exploring new arrangements for a live string quartet.






Chris Washburne's Rags and Roots: Album Release Celebration
May 11, 2017
with Evan Christopher (Clarinet), André Mehmari (Piano), Sarah Elizabeth Charles (Vocals), Vuyo Sotashe (Vocals), Alphonso Horne (Trumpet), Hans Glawischnig (Bass) and Vince Cherico (Drums)










March 24, 2016
Good News: A Town Crier's Hootenanny - Brooklyn Folk founder Eli Smith invites an array of musical friends to create and present new songs and ballads on contemporary subjects (including war, terrorism, racism and the environment), presented for the first time at GHMS. 







March 31, 2016
Strange Quartet: One Trumpet and Three Guitars - Acclaimed trumpeter/bandleader/composer Bernstein performs a unique set as the single brass instrument among a trio of famed guitarists.








April 7, 2016
Called "one of the finest rising millennial jazz vocalists" by Vanity Fair, Tatiana Eva-Marie is drawing global attention. Tonight, she aims even higher with the premiere of their new project devoted to songs about the moon. 








April 14, 2016
A collaborative evening in music and ink with Uncharted's in-house artist, Michael Arthur, who specializes in accompanying music with live, improvised ink illustrations, and film composer/singer songwriter Peter Salett.









April 21, 2016
New Sounds in Experimental Electronics - Electric and acoustic violinist, vocalist and freestyle composition artist Swift performs a new experimental electronica project with vibraphonist and percussionist James Shipp.









April 28, 2016
Live electronics, unexpected sound objects, a panoply of musical instruments, and original works – two internationally acclaimed electroacoustic composer/performers, Korean-American composer/sound artist and TED Fellow Bora Yoon and French electronic artist and upright bassist Florent Ghys - join forces to create a new dynamic musical experience and journey for the ears, body, and soul. 





 
May 5, 2016
Selections from "In The Green: Hildegard Von Bingen" - Emerging Off-Broadway star (Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812; Bedbugs!!; Brooklynite) Grace McLeanperforms her in-progress pop opera project. 








May 12, 2016
I Finally Found Someone: Inspirations from Barbra Streisand's 'Duets' - Long term collaborators Markey and Bate explore the myth and music of Barbra Streisand by way of Babs' classic 2002 album 'Duets'.










March 12, 2015
Genre-spanning harpist (and Greenwich House faculty) Brandee Younger shares the new work Prophetika - A Performance Piece with Newly-Composed Music for Harp and Piano with Mia Theodoratus and Courtney Bryan








March 19, 2015
Sandra Velasquez, Latin rock star and Pistolera frontwoman, premieres her new solo album, This Kind with her new band SLV. 








March 26, 2015
Guitar legend Marc Ribot and Haitian songstress Emeline Michel pay tribute to Haitian classical guitar icon (and Ribot mentor) Frantz Casseus. 







April 2, 2015
Soulful Dap Kings guitarist Binky Griptite interprets the deep Chicago Blues sound of Muddy Waters in Traveling Riverside Blues - Music of the Mississippi Delta.










April 9, 2015
Country Comes to the Village with Queen Esther and Lee Ann Westover.









April 16, 2015
One of the most recognizable young trumpeters and composers in the New York scene, Skonberg's work spans both contemporary and traditional jazz. 








April 23, 2015 
Popular performance artist Cynthia Hopkins premieres her new narrative musical piece, The Alcoholic Movie Musical. 








April 30, 2015 
Genre-bending singer/composer Inyang Bassey has impressed audiences with her command of disparate vocal styles, from classic jazz to raw R&B to indie-pop.





The 2015 season of Uncharted is dedicated to the legacy of German Diez, the recently passed chairman of Greenwich House Music School's piano department. For over sixty years, Mr. Diez was a stellar instructor at Greenwich House. His talent, dedication and excellence served as a beacon for his many students. We celebrate Mr. Diez and all the music teachers and artists who seek to find new talent and new skills in previously uncharted worlds.

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