June 16 11:45pm

John P. Hastings’ “South Cove Song” – River to River Festival

In this image, a person wearing black clothing is playing the trumpet. They are outside with green leaves and many trees in the background.
TILT Brass’ Jonathan Finlayson, photo by Hunter Canning

South Cove Song
John P. Hastings

June 16, 4pm & 6pm
South Cove, Battery Park City
FREE, Drop-In

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South Cove Song is a site-specific music performance, featuring a brass ensemble, centered on the past(s), present(s), and future(s) of Lower Manhattan. The human interaction with the natural landscape and the built environment is questioned, reframed, and reassembled through sonic interventions in South Cove Park.

John P. HastingsAaron Meicht, Music Director & Trumpet

TILT Brass
Jonathan Finlayson, Sam Jones, Joe Moffett,
Kate Amrine
French horn
Blair Hamrick, Wilden Dannenberg, John Gattis
Chris McIntyre, Jen Baker, Terry Greene II, Zander Theiss

Presented in partnership with partnership with Battery Park City Authority.

Battery Park City Authority
This is a black and white image of John P. Hastings. He is standing outside in a field, with trees and sunny skies in the background.

John P. Hastings is an artist and musician based in New York City. He has had performances in rock clubs, art galleries, museums, public parks, and traffic islands throughout the United States and Europe. Recently completed work includes a multimedia performance based on John McPhee’s book, Annals of the Former World; and Forest Song, an outdoor music event centered on human and forest relationships. More information can be found on his website johnphastings.org.

Location: South Cove Park New York, NY  [MAP]
2023-24 Season