Commuter Series: Live Music At Times Square with Pioneer Works
Taking place on Wednesdays
Broadway and 43rd Street in Times Square
Presented by Nasdaq
The calendar below comes courtesy of the Times Square BID
Fox, Frye & Associates
Wednesday, June 28
The Manhattan Review of Unnatural Acts or NYRoCS
Wednesday, July 5
Wednesday, July 12
Brent Arnold: Solo Cello & Electronics
Wednesday, July 19
Wednesday, July 26
Wednesday, August 2
Wednesday, August 9
Wednesday, August 16
H x H (Lester St. Louis & Chris Williams)
Wednesday, August 30
Wednesday, September 13
Pioneer Works is a non-profit cultural center in Red Hook, Brooklyn that fosters innovative thinking through the visual and performing arts, technology, music, and science. It encourages radical thinking across disciplines by providing practitioners a space to work, tools to create, and a platform to exchange ideas that are free and open to all. 85% of its funds are spent on free programming.
Pioneer Works was founded in 2008 by artists and scientists who wanted to create a space where people could come together to explore new ideas and create new work. The center is housed in a former factory that has been renovated to create a unique and inspiring environment for artists and audiences alike.
Pioneer Works offers a wide range of programming, including exhibitions, performances, workshops, and talks. The center also has a residency program that supports emerging artists and scientists.
Pioneer Works is a vibrant and dynamic cultural center that is making a significant impact on the Brooklyn community and beyond. The center is a place where people can come together to learn, create, and explore new ideas.