The theme was Community

Sunday, November 20

“Fortunately art is a community effort – a small but select community living in a
spiritualized world endeavoring to interpret the wars and the solitudes of the flesh.” — Allen Ginsberg
Reaching back into my classical past, I performed The Swan from Carnival of The Animals by Saint-Saens.

The Secret City  takes place at Dixon Place;161A Chrystie St(between Rivington & Delancey)


The Secret City Wonder Walk

Sept 10th 10am – 12am

Join me as I play a new song, “Trees” and a standard, “Come Rain Or Come Shine”
under the bows of a sublime tree in Central Park.
“Come join us as we stroll nearly the entirety of the great Island of Manhattan.
We will visit familiar spots and little known pathways; we’ll see gorgeous public art
and mundane displays of beauty. There will also be site-specific performances along the way.”
~ I’ll be one of those site specific performances!
A day of discovery not to be missed



The Secret City: The theme was Wonder

Sunday, January 30th

“Wonder is the foundation of all philosophy.” Michel de Montaigne

I performed my rendition of ‘Til There Was You ~ You can watch it here
It was a wonderful service also featuring:
Sxip Shirey making strange and fabulous sounds out of instruments and objects
Anne Peabody, a sculptor making large-scale installations with found objects

The Secret City …takes place the last Sunday of every month
@ Dixon Place; 161A Chrystie Street
between Rivington and Delancey.