Getting down to it at the SubCulture grand opening

Bassist Richard Bona performed with his quintet — including drummer Ludwig Afonso, guitarist Adam Stoler, pianist Etienne Stadwijk and trumpeter Tatum Greenblatt — at the Sept. 16 grand opening of SubCulture, a new performing arts venue at Bleecker and Lafayette Sts. A variety of musical acts, including jazz, classical and rock artists, showed off the venue’s versatility and quality acoustics. Photo by Sam Spokony

Bassist Richard Bona performed with his quintet — including drummer Ludwig Afonso, guitarist Adam Stoler, pianist Etienne Stadwijk and trumpeter Tatum Greenblatt — at the Sept. 16 grand opening of SubCulture, a new performing arts venue at Bleecker and Lafayette Sts. A variety of musical acts, including jazz, classical and rock artists, showed off the venue’s versatility and quality acoustics.
Photo by Sam Spokony

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3 Responses to Getting down to it at the SubCulture grand opening

  1. Check out SubCulture's Piano Fest which is running now. http://www.subculturenewyork.com/pianofest/

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