Local Schools To Perform Lunchtime Concerts Near Borough Hall

Local Schools To Perform Lunchtime Concerts Near Borough Hall
The guitar club at MS 577 Conselyea Preparatory School in Williamsburg, with Borough President Eric Adams.                                                                                                           (Photo by Kathryn Kirk/Brooklyn BP’s Office)
(Photo by Kathryn Kirk/Brooklyn BP’s Office)

Students from Sheepshead Bay, Coney Island and other Brooklyn neighborhoods have been tapped to perform as part of the summertime lineup of the 2015 School Lunchtime Concert Series. The concert series kicked off Wednesday in Downtown Brooklyn’s Willoughby Plaza and continue to June 17, so take note of their scheduled performance dates below and come support your local school!

Locally, Bay Academy Junior High School and Coney Island’s Herbert S. Eisenberg Junior High School are participating, and will perform on the same day, June 3. Here’s the rest of the lineup:

All concerts begin at noon:

  • Wednesday, May 20:
    IS 392 The School for the Gifted and Talented in Brownsville,
    IS 291 Roland Hayes in Bushwick
    Park Place Community School MS 266 in Park Slope
  • Wednesday, May 27:
    IS 211 John Wilson in Canarsie
    MS 385 School of Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship in Bedford-Stuyvesant
    IS 340 North Star Academy in Prospect Heights
  • Wednesday, June 3:
    District 75 P53K in East New York
    IS 98 Bay Academy in Sheepshead Bay
    IS 303 Herbert S. Eisenberg in Coney Island
  • Wednesday, June 10:
    JHS 265 Susan S. McKinney in Fort Greene
    IS 392 The School for the Gifted and Talented in Brownsville
  • Wednesday, June 17:
    School of the Future Brooklyn in East New York
    PS 399 The Stanley Eugene Clark School in East Flatbush

The School Lunchtime Concert Series is a project of Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, and is sponsored by Investors Bank.

“The sound of a young person discovering their passion for performance and getting to share it with the community is music to everyone’s ears,” said Adams. “The School Lunchtime Concert Series brings Brooklyn’s talented students to the live ‘stage’ that is Downtown Brooklyn, introducing workers and shoppers to our rising stars.”

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