Travel Back To The Jazz Age At This Magical Concert Series On An NYC Rooftop

Claire Leaden Claire Leaden

Travel Back To The Jazz Age At This Magical Concert Series On An NYC Rooftop

This summer, take in glimmering Manhattan from 15 stories up while enjoying the sounds of jazz legends at this intimate, retro-inspired new concert series.

The renowned Mondrian Park Ave in NoMad is hosting a series of jazz-age concerts (plus some long-awaited Broadway fun!) this summer on their gorgeous rooftop terrace, called “Music Under the Stars” — and it’s the perfect way to enjoy nights out in the city again in a safe, socially distant way.

Take in vintage sounds as you sip a martini under the lights, basking in the glow of the city as you’re whisked away by NYC’s top musicians. And there are many different concerts to choose from!

Listen to the talented Badia Farha’s incredible musical performance of female jazz artists spanning the decades, like Ella Fitzgerald, Etta James and Amy Winehouse. Farha will also provide historical insight about these glorious women as they blazed their own legendary trails.

Badia Farha / Photo by Kandar Taylor

For a more modern evening, check out “From Beethoven To Beyonce” with critically-acclaimed composer, pianist and singer-songwriter (and Julliard graduate) Natalie Tenenbaum. Or, if you need to get your Broadway fix before the Great White Way reopens in September, you can be transported to NYC’s iconic stages with a mix of Broadway-centered performances!

Be captivated by Ciara Renée, who most recently starred as none other than our favorite ice queen “Elsa” in Frozen on Broadway, and was also “Peggy/Maria” in the final lab of Hamilton! She also originated “The Witch” role in the Broadway production of Big Fish and “Esmeralda” in The Hunchback of Notre Dame at the Papermill Playhouse. Or, hear from Hannah Cruz, last seen as Eliza in the Hamilton Angelica tour, a role for which she won a best actress IRNE award. She will next be seen in the upcoming Broadway revival of 1776 as Judge James Wilson at the Roundabout Theater.

Or, if you’re not feeling the rooftop, head indoors to the Mondrian’s boutique speakeasy-style venue the Boogie Room. Enjoy NYC’s finest jazz musicians remix beloved top 40 hits as you sip on artisanal cocktails with “Radio Jazz at The Boogie Room.”

Get your tickets to these incredible rooftop concerts here!

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