The New Manhattan Project: A Concert for Nuclear Abolition
With music direction by jazz composer Sam Sadigursky and with Noah Diamond as tour guide, the concert is a journey to discover the nuclear legacy that New York City uniquely claims as the first headquarters of the Manhattan Project that developed the first atomic bombs. Short videos of sites on the Nuclear NYC Map interweave with live performances by Sam Sadigursky, New York Taiko Aiko Kai, and MARK Harmony, a group of young singers from the Marshall Islands whose families were exiled due to devastation caused by US nuclear weapons tests.
Venue: Japan Society
333 E 47th St
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