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DMF Underground Featuring The Uhuru Quartet

  • Daniel's Music Foundation 1595 Lexington Avenue, 2nd floor New York, NY 10029 United States (map)
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You are invited to attend our free event series that exposes the DMF community to new artists and types of music, and introduces DMF to new audiences.

Hosted five times a year, a different keynote artist will perform a 40-minute set, followed by an open-mic session. We will finish off the evening with an interactive group song - DMF style. Snackappella will be open for refreshments. Due to space limitations you MUST RSVP to attend this event directly to Nadine or 212.289.8912. All guests must be 18 years or older to participate in this event.

There are a limited number of open mic slots available on a first-come first-served basis each month, so if you are interested in performing please contact Nadine ASAP.

Open Mic Performance Requirements:

  • Total performance time: 4-5 minutes
  • Individuals can bring their own music (acceptable file formats flash drive, iPhone/iPod, a YouTube link or you can choose a song from the DMF list.)
  • Acoustic and electric guitar, keyboard, drum, and small percussion instruments will be made available for your use or you can bring your own instrument.

Featured Keynote Artist

The Uhuru Quartet comes from all four corners of the world, and met while studying at the Juilliard School. With their various backgrounds, each member brings a unique connection to music and people which has lead them to a shared passion for community engagement. They came together as a quartet to use their art as a means to connect and empower women who have experienced homelessness or domestic violence. Building community through dynamic and interesting projects and performances is at the core of what drives them. Through the process of sharing their talents, they enjoy collaborating with and learning from the rich existing cultures of the communities they meet.

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