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  • Two Incredible Musical Events On April 13 and 18!
    Two Incredible Musical Events On April 13 and 18!
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    Tin Pan Alley American Popular Music Project Brings Two Amazing Musical Events This April!

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"From Tin Pan Alley to the Harlem Renaissance: The Music of the Harlem Hellfighters & Duke Ellington" presented by the Bronx Music Hall and the Tin Pan Alley American Popular Music Project

Saturday, April 13, 2024, 4-7 pm, Bronx Music Hall


4 pm - Welcome Bronx Music Hall/Tin Pan Alley American Popular Music Project

Army Marching Band with commentary


4:30 pm - Panel featuring John Reddick, Bobby Sanabria, Marilyn Lester, Elena Martinez

5:30 pm – Bobby Sanabria Orchestra featuring the Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite for Ellington Suite


Harry Warren From Tin Pan Alley to Hollywood"
Thursday, April 18, 2024, 6-8 pm
Synod of Bishops Russian Church
75 East 93rd Street, New York City
Free.  $20 Donation suggested.   Reservations here

Harry Warren (1893-1981), born Salvatore Antonio Guaragna in Brooklyn, is one of the greatest composers to emerge from Tin Pan Alley, his compositions forming a core of the American Songbook. He is also the most important Italian-American composer of popular song of the 20th century.  With almost no equal in popular music, Warren won three Academy Awards for Best Song and had more than 55 songs that charted in the Top 10 on “Your Hit Parade” with 16 hitting number one.


Warren’s many standards include “I Love My Baby (My Baby Loves Me),” “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” “On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe,” “I Had the Craziest Dream,” “You’ll Never Know,” “You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby,” “The More I See You,” “I Only Have Eyes For You,” “The Lullaby of Broadway,” “Forty Second Street” and “An Affair to Remember.”


Music educator and performer, Robert Lamont will present an evening of songs and classic movie clips at the Columbus Citizens Foundation, highlighting Harry Warren’s illustrious career, beginning with Tin Pan Alley and moving through Warren’s hit Broadway musicals and movies.   The program will feature some Warren rarities and will celebrate this Italian American composer’s heritage.

Robert Lamont is a musical director, composer and educator. He has worked on and off Broadway and regionally with such artists as Carol Burnett, Nanette Fabray, Jerry Orbach, Marc Anthony and Duncan Sheik. Vincent Canby in the New York Times once wrote “Robert Lamont is worth his own paragraph.” As an entertainer, he has played all over the world on various cruise ships. Most recently, he performed “Songs & Stories: Tin Pan Alley Hits of the 1920s” with jazz singer Aisha de Haas as the kick-off event for the Museum of the City of New York celebrations. Also a veteran music teacher, Robert was the Music Curriculum Development Co-Chair for the New York City Department of Education’s current Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in Music. He is currently creating a songwriting curriculum that will include resources on Tin Pan Alley for New York City’s 1,100 public schools. Joining the TPA team in 2017, he is also a Board Member of the Tin Pan Alley American Popular Music Project and serves as its Education Committee Chair.

Municipal Art Society, Jane’s Walk along Tin Pan Alley/West 28th Street with Miriam Berman, author of "Madison Square, The Park and its Celebrated Landmarks"

Saturday, May 4, 2024, 3 pm

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