Starry Nights New York City

Category: Other

Date/Time of event: 1 February 2009 at 1:00 am until 28 February 2009 at 1:00 am

Posted by: SAReunited Administrator

Date posted: 10 January 2009

New York, US

Venue: American Museum of Natural History

For the full New York City glitz factor, live jazz beneath the glorious Hayden Sphere at the Rose Center for Earth and Space is spot on. Just off Central Park and housed in quite possibly the most awesome space centre in the world, it makes for a dazzling way to kick off your weekend. On the first Friday of the month a collection of jazz musicians plays for two hours in the fabulous airy surroundings of the Rose Center. Regular bands include the Hilton Ruiz Quartet, the Vinicius Cantuaria Quintet, Randy Weston's African Rhythm's Quintet, the Steve Wilson Quartet and the Cecil Payne Quintet. In good cocktail hour style, a bar serves drinks and tapas. The concerts are free, though we suggest you combine your drinking with a visit to the space show if you haven't done so before. The Rose Center is the space section of the American Museum of Natural History, which is located beside Central Park on Manhattan's Upper West Side

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