Are you a music enthusiast looking for something to do in the Bronx? Look no further! New York Music Month is here and there are plenty of free concerts and performances to enjoy in all five boroughs. From the BMHC Bronx Living Legends series to the Grand Ole Opry's new venue, there's something for everyone. Let's explore some of the amazing events available for music lovers in the Bronx. The BMHC Bronx Living Legends series pays tribute to the music legends of the Bronx for their accomplishments as artists and educators. This June, they will be honoring Puerto Rican plenary Benny Ayala.
Join us at the corner of Lyman Place and Freeman Street for a groundbreaking ceremony honoring Elmo Hope, followed by a reception at the Bronx Music Heritage Center. This presentation is supported by the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) as part of New York Music Month (NYMM). From June 12 to 17, there will be 100 recording sessions over 3 days, along with a calendar full of events aimed at revitalizing the New York music scene. The Grand Ole Opry, Nashville's legendary country music destination, opened a new venue in New York last November. This four-story space is dedicated to American music and offers something for everyone. Celebrating the musical and dance genres of West Africa and the Garifuna communities of Central America, this event includes performances by Bronx-based groups such as The Bambara Dr. If you're looking for something a bit more low-key, Eavesdrop in Greenpoint, Brooklyn is a great place to go.
They have an impressive record collection and knowledgeable curators who can help you find just what you're looking for. TV Eye in Ridgewood, Queens is another great spot for live music and performance. New York City is full of musical magic and diversity. Whether you're looking for a big event or a small bar with great music, there's something for everyone. So come out and experience all that the Bronx has to offer!.