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  • Jun 1 | Queen of the Night with Thorgy Thor: Pride

    Join drag performance artist and violinist Thorgy Thor for a celebration as we kick-off Pride Month! 

  • Jun 8 | Monsieur Periné (Live Performance And Q&A)

    Latin GRAMMY Award-winning Colombian stars Monsieur Periné perform songs from their new album Bolero Apocaliptico live in The Greene Space, hosted by Latino USA’s Marta Martinez!

  • Jun 14 | Ballroom Has Something To Say

    As part of The Greene Space’s Wanderlust Wednesdays series, artist and educator Michael Roberson examines the history of the once underground Black and Latinx Ball community from its roots during the Harlem Renaissance as a Black Trans-womanist theological discourse, a Black freedom movement, and a spiritual formation.

    The evening will explore the community’s artistic and cultural productions as survival methods in the face of oppression, and how they used the art form “vogue” and the creation of kinship systems as political movements.

  • June 12-13 | New York Guitar Festival

    Exploring virtually every aspect of the guitar’s personality, the New York Guitar Festival, since 1999, has presented many of the world’s most influential guitarists at iconic venues across the city. From multi GRAMMY Award-winners to emerging artists, performers have included masters of the classical repertoire, pop and indie rock, folk and Americana, sounds of Central and South America and genre-defying innovators. Hosted by New Sounds' John Schaefer.