Sunday, January 17th and every third Sunday afternoon of the month, the Noble Maritime Museum opens its doors to musicians and music lovers of all ages for a monthy sea shantey sing-a-long.
Formerly held at the Seamens Church Institute in Lower Manhattan, the sessions at the site where music historian William Doerflinger collected many of the world’s most beloved songs of the sea from the seamen who lived here during the early 1900’s. The event is co-sponsored by the Folk Music Society of New York. Refreshments are available, including beer and wine for sale.
Free, but donations are appreciated. All ages welcome.
The sing-in is held at the Noble Gallery, Building D, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY. Snug Harbor is accessible by the S40 bus from the Staten Island Ferry Terminal and by car.