Volume 74, Number 16 | August 18 - 24 , 2004
PERFORMANCE CONCERTS / MUSIC
CLOWNS AT WINTER GARDEN Student clowns from the Ultimate Clown School come to the Winter Garden. The public will be able to watch 16 students building such clowning skills as character development, makeup, dance, buffoonery, and movement. Mon, Aug. 16 - Sun, Aug. 22, 12:30-2 pm.
Stories and Songs AT BATTERY PARK CITY Actress, singer, and storyteller, Eleni Constantelos uses Greek mythology to take listeners on an unforgettable journey to places far away and long ago with her ancient tales from around the world. Rector Park. Sat., Aug. 14 at 11 a.m. 212-267-9700.
ROY HARGROVE AT ROCKEFELLER PARK
Roy Hargrove & RH Factor come to Rockefeller Park on Wed, Aug 11 at 7. This trumpet prodigy is one of the most versatile and hardest working players in jazz. Rockefeller Park is in north Battery Park City. Free.
TIERNEY SUTTON, left, AND CURTIS STIGERS in Battery Park City. Sutton has Smokey alto vocals and Stiger delivers seductive visceral renditions, ranging from jazz, pop to soul. Rockefeller Park, Wed., July 28, 7 pm.
RIVER & BLUES AT WAGNER PARK The Hugh Pool band and its Detla-dusted sound includes rock, blues and country. Pictured: Hugh Pool with Vijnand Jansveld (left; on bass) and James Wormworth (drums). Thurs, July 29, 7 to 8:30 pm, Wagner Park.
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