'60 HITS BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND AT BAE'S SUMMERMUSIC 2011
(BRONX, NY) - BAE's Electronic Mosholu Crash takes the stage on Friday, July 29 and Sunday, July 31 to play popular '60 hits at BAE's SummerMusic 2011 performance titled "Here Comes the Sun and Strawberry Fields Forever" featuring the music of The Beatles, Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash, The Kinks, Herman's Hermits, Ray Charles and more! The July 29 concert is scheduled for 6 pm in Pelham Bay Park at Middletown Road and Stadium Avenue. The Sunday, July 31 concerts are at 2 pm at Rockwood Drive Circle, Van Cortlandt Park, near Broadway and Mosholu Avenue in Riverdale and at 4 pm in McGinley Center at Fordham University, on the Bronx Rose Hill Campus at Southern Boulevard.
BAE's Electronic Mosholu Crash includes Lily Claire Nudsbaum - vocals, Dave Brandwein - guitar and vocals, Andrei Matorin - violin, Brian Kesley - bass and Jovol Bell - drums.
In case of rain, the Friday, July 29 concert will be moved to the Knights of Columbus at 3243 Ampere Avenue and the 2pm Van Cortlandt concert on Sunday, July 31 to Vladeck Hall in the Amalgamated Houses at Hillman Avenue and Van Cortlandt Park South. Limited free parking is available at Pelham Bay Park. The audience is asked to bring a blanket or folding chair to enjoy the Pelham Bay concert. Seating is provided in Van Cortlandt Park but the audience is also urged to bring folding chairs.
INFORMATION: 718.601.7399 or bronxartsensemble.org
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, NYC Dept of Parks & Recreation, New York State Office of Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation, Fordham University Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, Councilman G. Oliver Koppell, Councilman James Vacca, Councilman Joel Rivera, Councilwoman Helen Foster, State Senator Jeffrey D. Klein and Bronx Borough President Rubén Diaz Jr.