Tag Archives: Fort Tryon Park

Fort Tryon Park: FREE BAREFOOT BOLLYWOOD DANCE WORKSHOP!

September 14 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Join the Fort Tryon Park Trust & Lotus Music & Dance for a Bollywood dance workshop with choreographer Anshuman Konuru! Participants can expect to learn energetic, beginner-friendly choreography to a classic Bollywood number. Bring a water bottle, wear something comfy, and come ready to groove! For more information, call 212-795-1388.

This event takes place on the Dongan Lawn. Enter at Dongan Pl. & Broadway.

Fort Tryon Park: DANCE WITH ISADORA DANCE COMPANY

August 27 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The Isadora Duncan Dance Company returns to Fort Tryon Park for a free performance of inspiring dances to delight audiences of all ages. After the performance, stay for a community class – open to all!

Bring your friends and family and a blanket to enjoy this performance and workshop in a beautiful setting with the Hudson River as a backdrop. Come dance with us!

Fort Tryon Park – LOOM ENSEMBLE PRESENTS: TELL ME HOW YOU BREATHE

August 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join us for Dance Theater for Collective Liberation!
The Loom Ensemble Presents Tell Me How You Breathe: A New Musical about Climate Justice

A family friendly, outdoor performance filled with live music and dance, playful humor and beautiful storytelling. This musical directly responds to climate change and invites audiences to collectively imagine a more just and beautiful future.

Presented by NYC Parks, the Fort Tryon Park Trust, Con Edison, and the Loom Ensemble.

Rain date: August 26 at 6pm.

Fort Tryon: 15TH ANNUAL STAN MICHELS MEMORIAL JAZZ CONCERT

August 5 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join the Fort Tryon Tryon Park Trust, NYC Parks, and the Michels family to honor the late Council Member Stan Michels at the 15th Annual Stan Michels Memorial Jazz Concert. Enjoy live jazz by local musicians in the fresh air of Fort Tryon Park.

Stan Michels represented Northern Manhattan in the City Council for 24 years from 1978 through 2001. He was a steadfast advocate for parks, allocating over $50 million for park improvements in Washington Heights, Inwood, and Harlem, including virtually every playground in his district. The promenade was named in his honor shortly before he passed away on August 1, 2008.

Rain location: Our Saviour’s Atonement Lutheran Church/Cornerstone Center at 178 Bennett Ave.