HARLEM SUNDAE SERMON @ MORNINGSIDE PARK
3pm. Maysles Cinema’s Summer of Music: Outdoor Harlem Parks Music & Screening Series & The Friends of Morningside Park: Sundae Sermon (Good Music for Good People) @ Morningside Park on Morningside Drive @ W. 114 St. Dj Kamala, Dj Reborn, Dj Beverly Bond, Dj Stormin’ Norman followed by film: “Maestro: at 8:15 pm mayslesinstitute.org
July 24th Summer of Music: Harlem Outdoor Music and Screening Series
The Friends of Morningside Park Present: Sundae Sermon Morningside Drive @ 113 Street
“Girl Power Day”
Mentoring Programs for Women Hosted by Michaela Angela Davis and in celebration of the anniversary of her program “Salon Du Shine”.
Dir. Josell Ramos, 2003, 89 min
Maestro tells the story of how a group of people found refuge and jump started the nascent club movement in post-Stonewall 70s New York City. What evolved was a scene that set the ground work for what was to come in dance music culture worldwide. This film provides a rare insight into the early days of the underground dance scene in New York City. Included in the film are pioneer dance music DJs and producers, “founding fathers”, its center being Larry Levan, as well as high-profile DJs of today. Includes appearances by Larry Levan, David Mancuso, Frankie Knuckles, Nicky Sciano, Francois K, Francis Grasso, Jellybean Benitez, Danny Tenaglia, Tony Humphries, Tee Scott, Dimitri From Paris, Danny Krivit, Pete Tong, Joe Claussell, Little Louie Vega, Keith Haring and many, many incredible dancers from the Loft, Paradise Garage days.