Don’t miss this! Practice yoga in the warm fresh air, under the trees and the beautiful morning or evening sun in Flushing Town Hall’s garden (rain location: Gallery) The Yoga practice will be led by teachers from Yumcha Yoga, Flushing’s most interesting yoga studio. Bring your mats and pack your snack for post-yoga picnic in the garden. Enjoy a musical performance by singer-songwriter Lucas Rotman after the evening yoga practice. Bring your friends and family!EVENING SESSION: 6:30PM – 8.30PM on FRI July 8 (Sho) (Musical performance from 8-8.30PM)
TICKETS: $6/FREE for FTH & Yumcha Yoga Members (AT THE DOOR OR FROM FLUSHING TOWN HALL)
Flushing Town Hall is located at 137-35 Northern Blvd
Pauline, Brewster and Lucas at Make Music New York (June 21st)
3 shows in Brooklyn!
Flor Brooklyn-307 Atlantic Ave 4pm
Miti-Miti Bar 138 5th Ave 5:30pm
Kuluskat Falafel-446 Dean Street
Pauline and I will be playing for the first time at the Bitter End as part of their Singer-songwriter series on Sunday, May 5th at 7pm!
Pauline and I will be doing a show at the Drawing Room in Downtown Brooklyn on Saturday, April 9th from 7-10pm. Hopefully no snowstorm this time! Hope you can join us!
Back again at the Sidewalk with Pauline and Brewster! Good to be back!
“Barry Adelman (Co-founder music for Humanity)… because “immigration” is the hot topic in the news I’ve decided to send the attached: “Longing No Border Can Tame”, donated by Lucas Rotman who performed at the Music for Humanity Free Performance Night in February. Lucas was inspired to write this song by the award winning book “Enrique’s Journey” by Sonia Nazario http://www.enriquesjourney.com/about.html Lucas said “It should be required reading for every American.” Whatever your political persuasion this is songwriting at its best. And whatever your political position, we (99.99% of the people on this list) are all immigrants or children of immigrants who longed for freedom. Thanks Lucas for sharing it. You can find out more about Lucas here: http://www.cdbaby.com/lucasrotman”
– Barry Adleman, Music For Humanity Roundup (May 09, 2009)
“Gritty, relevant, street-smart performer. Lucas digs deep. His spirited songs pack a wallop, backed by his baritone guitar, banjo and soulful harmonica playing.” Elizabeth Rose, Sullivan County Songwriters Circle Blog (Jan 18, 2015)
“Lead Me Back”