Greenwich House Music School
Encouraging up-and-coming artists to take risks and develop new work
Greenwich House Music School hosts a night with Riley Mulherkar and Ella Bric, two up-and-coming artists from their ongoing Uncharted series.
Uncharted is a concert series that encourages artists to take risks, work out new or existing material, collaborations, and projects for an intimate concert experience. In keeping with Greenwich House Music School’s artist advocacy work, 100% of ticket and merchandise sales go directly to artists. Now in its seventh year, Uncharted alumni include Aaron Diehl, Marc Ribot, Brianna Thomas, Molly Pope, Dom Flemons, Sofia Rei, Michael Daves, Emeline Michel, Deva Mahal, Bora Yoon, Cynthia Hopkins, and Dan Tepfer.
Saturday, July 31 at 7pm
Riley Mulherkar and Ella Bric (aka Linda Briceno)
Riley Mulherkar has been recognized as a “smart young trumpet player” by The New York Times, praised by The Wall Street Journal as a “youngster to keep an eye on,” and is a 2020 recipient of Lincoln Center’s Emerging Artist Award for his work as “an original bandleader, composer, arranger, educator, community activist and advocate for jazz and the arts.” He is a founding member of the new music brass quartet The Westerlies.
Two-time Latin Grammy Award-winning producer Linda Briceño is an increasingly respected voice in the Central American music scene, especially following her 2018 Producer of the Year win in the Latin Grammys, making her that award’s inaugural female recipient. Spurred by those successes, Briceño is stepping forward for the first time as a frontwoman with the intent of applying her considerable musical experience to a project where she can experiment with R&B, trap, folk, Afro-Latin and jazz from within the performing persona of Ella Bric.
New this year: thanks to generous support from Bank of America, nearly all Picnic Performances will be livestreamed and available to watch at no cost. We invite you to grab a blanket, get comfortable, and enjoy the show, no matter where you are!
Advance ticket registration is no longer required. Entry to Picnic Performances will be open to the public on a first-come, first serve basis for all audience members who present either digital or physical proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or an immediately recent negative COVID-19 test, along with government issued photo ID. Please arrive no earlier than 5:30pm when doors open.
Visit the Picnic Performances page for more information.