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See Highlights of Gabrielle Lee and

Robert Lamont's, sold-out  performance held  

at the Park Avenue Armory, benefiting ”Tin Pan Alley - the American Music Project"

Tin Pan Alley Day 2021

(Highlights of the Event in 35 minutes)

The first "Tin Pan Alley Day" celebration since the Lanmarks Preservation Commission officially granted Tin Pan Alley landmark status! And oh, what a time was had!

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See the Video of August's

Poster House NYC's  first-ever Block Party!

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WEST 28TH STREET

IS OFFICIALLY CO-NAMED
WEST 28TH STREET/TIN PAN ALLEY!

Watch the video of the April 2nd Event!

NYMM YOUTH PROGRAM

"Teaching Tin Pan Alley – Then & Now" with The Tin Pan Alley American Popular Music Project

with Lesley Doyel

Numerous songs including the iconic "Give my Regards to Broadway," "God Bless America" and "Alexander's Rag Time Band" were composed and published in Tin Pan Alley on West 28th Street between Broadway and 6th Avenue during the boom of the sheet-music business at the turn of the 20th century. This talk is a multimedia presentation by educator Lesley Doyel for children in grades 2-5 that focuses on two enduring Tin Pan Alley songs children began learning more than a century ago, and that people still sing today: Take Me out to the Ball Game and The Sidewalks of New York.

"Harlem's Black & Jewish Music Culture: From Tin Pan Alley to America's Songbook"

with John Reddick

Drawing from his research and extensive collection of sheet music and theater memorabilia, author and Harlem Historian John Reddick's talk weaves together the stories of Black and Jewish composers, publishers and performers of Tin Pan Alley that created the Great American Songbook” and American popular music.

Author and Historian 

 John T. Reddick

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"Tin Pan Alley – Uptown & Down" 

produced by Lesley Doyel and PN Fritsch 

for the Bloomingdale Group’s “Tin Pan Alley - Uptown and Downtown”  (held on held on September 24th 2019) and the American Popular Music Project. 

Sporting a lively soundtrack of Tin Pan Alley tunes played by incomparable pianist Richard Dowling, and produced in the communication style of the silent movie era,  "Tin Pan Alley Uptown and Down", is a seven and a half minute history of the street on which American popular music was born. (7 1/2 mins - 2019)

Secrets of New York 

Tin Pan Alley

Six to Celebrate - Cultural Landmarks 

Tin Pan Alley, ManhattanThe Historic Districts Council. 

With HDC President

Dan Allen

The Fight for a Landmark of

American Music History

Brief interviews on Tin Pan Alley Day, 2017, with many of those who helped lead the charge to finally secure landmark status to  Tin Pan Alley from the LPC. Interviews with author and preservationist, David Freeland, historian, John K. Reddick, preservation activist Mario Messina, HDC's Dan Allen. Educator Lesley Doyel, and TPA Project Head, George Calderaro.