MFM endorses this public musicians event on Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 7pm.
For Our Courageous Workers a City-Wide Symphonic Fanfarewas conceived by Frank London, Hajnal Pivnick and Dorian Wallace.
Composers Frank London (of The Klezmatics), and Hajnal Pivnick and Dorian Wallace (of Tenth Intervention) have joined forces on this effort to bring the city together in a communal music project to honor the efforts of those risking their own health for the benefit of all.
Co-sponsors to date include The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Make Music New York, HONK NYC, MFM, ALJA; and are being updated regularly. For more information, detailed instructions, and a downloadable score that does not require the ability to read music, go to http://www.tenthintervention.com/workers
L’école fula flute is a Guinean music school founded by musician and MFM member Sylvain Leroux in 2014. When him inventing the chromatic tambinby adding three more finger holes to the existing three-hole tambin (or Fula flute) making this new flute capable of playing classical, jazz, or any style of music beyond the beautiful but limited traditional Phrygian scale. This gave him the idea that his new flute could be used to teach the fundamentals of music theory to children in Guinea.
“We have this little school in Guinea, L’école fula flute, that I got involved with and something beyond me happened, the kids profoundly responded to the flute, like if we plugged into a high-tension socket! Then, you donated and made it all possible.
An Evening of Jazz in Support of Professional Musicians with Tenor Sax Master David Liebman, and the Eclectix Ensemble, a Jazz Composers’ Quintet
Musicians for Musicians (MFM), a non-profit organization that advocates for and promotes a sustainable, professional career path for musicians, and Eclectix, a composers and musicians organization, will present an evening of jazz to bring together musicians, music industry professionals and music lovers.
This event is a follow up of a similar event held at Zinc Bar last year, which featured the Billy Harper Quintet and the E.C.O. Ensemble. The upcoming event is a continuation of a new tradition.
This year We, The World is celebrating the 15th Anniversary of 11 Days of Global Unity – 11 Ways to Change the World,a platform for changemakers that links local awareness and action programs into an inspiring international movement for peace, justice, sustainability and transformation.
In 2004, We, The World (at WE.net) brought together Amnesty International, United Religions Initiative and many other global partners to launch 11 Days of Global Unity. Participants have included Desmond Tutu, Jane Goodall, Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Ralph Nader, Bill McKibben, Amy Goodman, Daniel Ellsberg, Hazel Henderson, Arun Gandhi, Eve Ensler, Robert Thurmanand many others.