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Childhood Songs: Memory as Refuge

Sep 23 at 8:00pm

Featuring
Alphabet Rockers*
Armo**
Shoshana Bean
José Feliciano
Daniel Gortler
Trinity Youth Chorus
Abigail Washburn
Michelle Zauner

Curated in Collaboration with Trinity Church Wall Street
Programming Consultant Annie Ohayon
Directed by Sarah Benson

Tickets for our Refuge concert series are Pay-What-You-Wish, ranging from $15 to $120 per ticket.

Run time: 90 minutes

REFUGE – a place or a feeling of safety, comfort, community, and regrowth.

Memories connect the present to the past and help us navigate the unseen path to the future. The Refuge concert series culminates in a chorus of multi-talented artists sharing stories and songs from their childhoods. Join us as we create new musical memories and launch a future full of thrilling performances at PAC NYC.

*Alphabet Rockers will perform on the Vartan and Clare Gregorian Lobby Stage at 11am and 2pm. Due to limited capacity, this performance is first-come, first-served. Admission is free.

**Armo performs on the Vartan and Clare Gregorian Lobby Stage following the evening’s concert. Priority given to Childhood Songs: Memory as Refuge ticket holders.

Pictured: José Feliciano.

Content Advisory

Please note: This production includes smoke/haze throughout the performance.

Alphabet Rockers
Four people wearing neon colored outfits
Alphabet Rockers
Armo
Armo
Shoshana Bean
A woman with brown curly hair wears a black tank top and high waisted black pants. Her hands are on her hips and her eyes are half closed in laughter
Shoshana Bean
José Feliciano
José Feliciano
Daniel Gortler
A man in a light colored button down shirt and dark colored pants sits on the floor in front of a piano
Daniel Gortler
Trinity Youth Chorus
A group of teenagers in all black clothing line up holding candles
Trinity Youth Chorus
Abigail Washburn
A white woman with curly dark blonde hair wears a dark blue sheer shirt with a white collar. She stands in front of a teal door and holds a banjo
Abigail Washburn
Michelle Zauner
A woman with short black hear wears a black v neck t shirt and flowy black pants. She is seated on the floor in front of a yellow and orange background. Her left leg is folded into her and her left elbow rests on her left knee revealing multiple geometric tattoos
Michelle Zauner

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