Sunday, January 21, 2024
11:30 am – 12:30 pm EST
Ages 3 - 8
Join 2023 Latin Grammy-nominated singer Flor Bromley for an off-your-feet, interactive, environmentally conscious concert that celebrates our planet and all the plants and animals that make it thrive in honor of the Jewish holiday of Tu B’Shevat (birthday of the trees). Through her original music, Bromley will share how we can take care of nature and how nature takes care of us. Sing and dance along to songs like "Pachamama," "Drop of Water," and "Let's Move it!"
In conjunction with our exhibition Marta Minujín: Arte! Arte! Arte! this concert features music in both Spanish and English.
About Flor Bromley:
As a bilingual singer and songwriter originally from Peru, Flor Bromley's mission is to share the Latin-American experience through her music with a new generation. She is a professionally trained musical theater actress who uses global rhythms, bilingualism, the power of storytelling, and puppetry to engage audiences of all backgrounds and ages. She has released 3 bilingual family albums and songs have been featured and played on the top 13 of Kids Place Live Sirius XM and PBS WNET Thirteen “Let’s Learn.” She is a NAPPA 2021 award winner and a USA songwriting competition finalist.
Tickets: $18 Adult; $14 Adult Jewish Museum Family Member
Children 18 and under are free. Includes Museum Admission.
Concert ticket reservations are required for both adults and children to reserve seats. If you do not receive your ticket confirmation in your inbox or spam folder, please email [email protected] or call 212.423.3200.
Doors to the concert will open at 11:15 am.
After the concert, come to the Floor 4 studio for a playful art-making experience using a range of eco-friendly sculptural materials in our free Drop-in Art Workshop for families.
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