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Family Music Concert Series: 'We Got Something to Say'

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  • Sep. 18, 2021 through Oct. 09, 2021, Saturdays, 4-6pm; 9/25, 3-5pm
  • Brooklyn Children's Museum
  • 145 Brooklyn Ave., Crown Heights
  • All Ages
  • $13; $12 grandparent; free for babies younger than 1 year - Advanced Registration Required
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Four artists, four messages. Join BCM for their first annual “We Got Something to Say” Family Music Series, where Brooklyn families connect to Black artists who are using music to inspire change. Hear what each artist has to say while enjoying dance, food, community art, and award-winning family music. Produced in collaboration with Family Music Forward.

9/18, Divinity Roxx: Divinity Roxx combines virtuosic bass playing with an eclectic mash-up of hip-hop, rock and funk that she calls ‘Alternative Soul.’

9/25, Fyütch: Fyütch uses Hip-Hop, spoken work, and visual storytelling to create unique all-ages experiences that promote racial equity and liberation.

10/2, Shine and the Moonbeams: Shine and the Moonbeams mix of funk soul with heartfelt sentimentality, and have performed at some of New York’s most prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall, SummerStage, and Lincoln Center.

10/9, Father Goose: Known as “The King of the Dance Party,” Father Goose has received recognition from Parent’s Choice Awards and the Grammy Award.

 

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About Brooklyn Children's Museum

145 Brooklyn Ave.

Crown Heights, NY

718-735-4400

  • Standard hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 10am-5pm; Thursday, 10am-6pm; Saturday-Sunday, 10am-7pm

  • The mission of Brooklyn Children’s Museum is to engage children in educational and entertaining experiences through innovation and excellence in exhibitions, programs, and use of its collection. 

    The Museum encourages children from infancy through high school to develop an understanding of and respect for themselves, others and the world around them. 



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