dave from brooklyn fhp presents: the Brooklyn pilgrimage sun 9.11 12+ bands 3pm-4am live at uncle mike's in TriBeCa what: 9.11 memorial show and benefit. 12 hours 12 bands $5 - all profits for first responder charity when: sun sept 11, 2001 doors @ 3pm music from 4pm-4am where: uncle mike's nyc 57 murray street TriBeCa manhattan, ny 3blocks from ground zero who: up and coming nyc indie bands wet water modiri starlight girls lowery arlen andrews oh my blackbird bartholomew the knot usayusa japanica attack fake babies and many more tba http://on.fb.me/rnJMJl myspace.com/daveross
Commemorate the day during these events.
Tue Aug 23 2011
This 15-hour-long concert will feature short works by members of New York's contemporary music scene, including Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Laurie Anderson and Elliott Carter, as well the event's organizers, Daniel Felsenfeld and Eleonor Sandresky. The marathon performance is intended to demonstrate the number of musicians affected by 9/11 and their resolve to continue writing and playing music. Joyce Soho, 155 Mercer St between W Houston and Prince Sts (musicafter.com). Sept 11 at 9:18am; free.
St. Batholomew's 9/11 Remembrance Service
Family members of firefighters who died on September 11, 2001, will attend this service, which includes a performance of Gabriel Faur's Requiem by a full orchestra. St. Bartholomew's Church, 325 Park Ave at 51st St (212-378-0222, stbarts.org). Sept 11 at 11am; free.
In Memoriam—New York City, 9/11/01
Watch this Emmy Award--winning documentary, which was originally shown on HBO in May 2002. The 60-minute film incorporates interviews and video footage, and is a visceral reminder of what it felt like to observe the events of 9/11 and its aftermath. Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani narrates and shares his personal recollections of the chaos near Ground Zero following the attacks. Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd St (212-534-1672, mcny.org). Sept 11 at 11am, 2pm; free with museum admission.
9/11 Dance—A Roving Memorial
Sarah Skaggs presents 11 minutes of meditative choreography, in the hope that dance can shift public consciousness. The piece, which was adapted from Skagg's solo work Dances for Airports (inspired by 9/11), will be performed in Union Square (noon), Washington Square Park (1pm) and Battery Park (3pm). Various locations; visit sarahskaggsdance.org for details. Sept 11 noon--3pm; free.
FDNY Memorial Ceremony
The New York City Fire Museum will host an official ceremony honoring the 343 firefighters who made the ultimate sacrifice a decade ago. The event will include the dedication of the bunker coat and helmet that FDNY chaplain Mychal Judge was wearing that day, when he lost his life with nearly 3,000 others. 278 Spring St between Hudson and Varick Sts (212-691-1303, nycfiremuseum.org). Sept 11 at 1pm; $8.
"The 9/11 Peace Story Quilt and Fifty Years of Making Art"
In conjunction with the Metropolitan Museum of Art's display of "The 9/11 Peace Story Quilt," its creator, Faith Ringgold, talks about the process of making the work in collaboration with New York City middle- and high-school students. She'll explain how the project is meant to foster understanding and peace. Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium (at the Metropolitan Museum of Art), 1000 Fifth Ave at 82nd St (212-570-3949, metmuseum.org). Sept 11 at 2pm; free with museum admission.
A Concert of Commemoration
Composers Karl Jenkins and Ren Clausen will conduct their own pieces (The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace and The Fallen for the former, and Memorial for the latter) at this tribute, which will feature performances from the U.K.'s Really Big Chorus as well as Distinguished Concert Singers International. Avery Fisher Hall (at Lincoln Center), 132 W 65th St at Broadway (212-875-5030, lincolncenter.org). Sept 11 at 2pm; $20--$100.
In the Name of God reading
In this new play by Peter-Adrian Cohen, based on the 2002 PBS Frontline documentary Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero, six characters question God's existence following the 9/11 attacks. Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Sq South at Thompson St (212-477-0351, judson.org/9-11). Sept 11 at 3pm; free.
Remembering September 11 concert
The Wordless Music Orchestra will premiere a live, orchestrated version of William Basinski's "The Disintegration Loops, dpl 1.1," an ambient composition created in response to 9/11 that was originally recorded using tape loops. For this performance, the orchestra will use violins and other instruments to bring the piece to life. Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave at 82nd St (212-570-3949, metmuseum.org). Sept 11 at 3:30pm; free with museum admission.