Thursdays, March 22 - May 10, 2018

Now entering its fourth year, Uncharted at Greenwich House Music School has emerged as one of New York's most exciting and unpredictable live concert series, drawing attention from tastemakers and curators from across the city. Every Uncharted performance features New York City-based artists premiering new projects or meeting with new collaborators for the first time on stage. Past featured performances include a piano duo by Aaron Diehl and Dan Tepfer, a collaboration between Marc Ribot and Emeline Michel, Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings guitarist Binky Griptite, Sony Masterworks recording artist Bria Skonberg, acclaimed harpist Brandee Younger, vocalist Deva Mahal, jazz trumpeter Steven Bernstein, Broadway's Grace McLean (The Great Comet), avant-garde theater artists Erin Markey and Emily Bate, sound artist Bora Yoon and many more.

The 2018 Uncharted season promises a continuation of eclectic programming that represents the melting pot of New York City, including Chilean-influenced jazz, contemporary rock and R&B, Balkan gypsy, Arabic folk, chamber music and more. Each performance will also be sketched live by illustrator Joan Chiverton

Performances for Uncharted take place every Thursday from March 22 to May 10 with performances beginning at 8:00 p.m. Most performances are $15 for advance tickets. Complimentary drinks will be served prior to and during all concerts.

"This year's programming is a continued response to the divisiveness of our current political system and is meant to counteract misogyny, xenophobia, racism and prejudice with art that amplifies the voices of women, immigrants, minorities and LGBTQ communities," explains series curator Jennie Wasserman, formerly of Jazz at Lincoln Center, Joe's Pub, Carnegie Hall, SFJAZZ, and currently with the Kennedy Center. "While booking Uncharted, I meditated on the idea of New York City as America's sanctuary city and of Greenwich House as an artistic and cultural sanctuary within the historically diverse West Village. My goal was to create a haven for artist and audiences alike, a space where we can put aside our preconceptions and embrace each other's culture and art without prejudice."

Greenwich House Music School
Renee Weiler Concert Hall
46 Barrow Street
New York, NY 10014

1 To Christopher Street
ABCDEFM to West 4th Street

Note: GHMS is not ADA accessible

Molly Pope: Polly Mope (And Then Some)
Thursday, March 22, 8:00 p.m.

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Renowned cabarettist Molly Pope presents the New York premiere of her first completely original solo piece, Polly Mope. Currently a work-in-progress, Polly Mope marks a bold new direction for Pope as she embarks on writing her own songs and departs from free-form banter to a fully-scripted book. Asking the eternal question, "How do you get through the night?" The piece wields a double-edged sword of self-awareness that splits the psyche in two with comic and tragic results. Straddling the universal and the intensely personal, Pope runs headlong into a late-night manic-depressive obstacle course to figure out just who wins when it's Me vs Me.

Eva Salina and Peter Stan: SUDBINA: A Portrait of Vida Pavlović Album Release
Thursday, March 29, 8:00 p.m.
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Eva Salina and Peter Stan celebrate the release of their first duo album with repertoire from Vida Pavlović, poignant and moving Serbian Romani songs full to the brim with tenderness and courage.

Thursday, April 5, 8:00 p.m.
Because of Them, We Are is a musical reflection consisting of original compositions inspired by Camille's personal #metoo account, as recently published in the Allegro 802 Union magazine. In her artist's statement, Ms. Thurman notes that "words can be limiting at times and I knew that after writing my story, there was something more that needed to be done." These new compositions, presented for the first time at Uncharted, were written to give voice to, acknowledge, and honor the myriad women who have experienced sexism and are intended to serve as a means of healing and inspiration.

Thursday, April 12, 8:00 p.m.
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A special benefit concert to support Greenwich House Music School

Thursday, April 19, 8:00 p.m.
Ani will debut new material including her new single to be released this spring, proceeds of which will be donated to Puerto Rico Independent Musicians and Artists (PRIMA).

Thursday, April 26, 8:00 p.m.
The evening will feature works from Centrone's debut solo album, recorded in February 2018 in Beirut, Lebanon, entitled New Moon, a story of love, war, death and rebirth featuring her work on drumset, riqq (Arabic tambourine), bendir (North African frame drum), 'ud (Arabic lute), buzuq (Arabic long-necked lute), guitar, piano, voice and spoken word.

Thursday, May 3, 8:00 p.m.
At a time when so much of our existence is digital, stripping ourselves of our 21st century trappings begins to feel like something new again. Marika Hughes turns her sonic attentions to her roots and live acoustic sound.

Thursday, May 10, 8:00 p.m.
Latin America has a long history of social struggle which is reflected in its diverse music focused on revealing and portraying these issues. Join Camila Meza and Aaron Goldberg as they explore themes of justice, equality and social awareness through ageless songs that speak to America today.


Uncharted is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. This program is also sponsored in part by the New York University Office of Civic Engagement and Manhattan Beer Distributors.

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