Make Some Noise: A Celebration of Women and Music

When:
May 19, 2015 @ 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm
2015-05-19T17:00:00-04:00
2015-05-19T20:30:00-04:00
Where:
Crabapple Grove @ W 95th Street
Cost:
Free
Contact:
212-408-0219

Barnard College and Summer on the Hudson present a celebration of women in music with some of finest musicians from NYC colleges and universities at an evening performance in an astounding setting. 

Make Some Noise lineup: 

Saman is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter from Washington D.C. She is now based in New York. Her music aims to make people feel a lot of feelings.

Liberty Zoo is an eclectic, funk-pop band made up of five rowdy youngsters. Their boppin’ music is composed of looped vocals, tap dancing, rap, groovy guitar riffs, synth magic, and funky flute licks. Liberty Zoo is establishing itself as a rising band in New York, having opened for such artists as Alex Calder and most recently Big Sean at Columbia University’s Bacchanal festival.

Luz Pinos is an Ecuadorian singer/composer based in NYC. Her music is a mixture of South American traditional rhythms put together into an improvisational personal style.

Born in Indiana and currently based in Brooklyn, Sarah Dooley recently released her debut indie-pop album “Stupid Things,” which was featured on NPR’s “Morning Edition” and ranked #17 on the iTunes pop charts. Her album has been covered by over thirty publications, including Huffington Post, Seventeen Magazine, and Refinery29. Sarah is a proud graduate of Barnard College, where she studied playwriting and, at one time, danced around as college mascot, Millie the Bear (it was the best day of her life).

Adi Meyerson Group was formed in May 2014, and has performed in different formats in many venues around town. Adi Meyerson is an Israeli-raised Bassist and composer. She received her first musical training at the prestigious “Charles A. Smith Jerusalem High School of the Arts” on bass guitar at the age of 14. After graduating from high school, she discovered a love for Jazz and started playing the upright bass.The group showcases Adi’s music, while creating a collective and individual voice through the music.

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To donate to Riverside Park Programming, or to volunteer please call 212.870.3070.

Summer on the Hudson programming is free to the public. Seating is limited, unreserved, and available on a first-come, first-served basis beginning 1-2 hours before the event. If there is heavy rain at the time of the event, the event will be cancelled. No rain dates are scheduled. If attendance reaches maximum capacity management reserves the right to close participation.