Join us on Monday, March 6 for a lunchtime preview concert of Amplified: Music by Women from Around the World, featuring live music by Morley.
The marathon day of music will take place on March 22 at Manhattan West. For more information, CLICK HERE.
ABOUT THE MARCH 22 AMPLIFIED EVENT:
On March 22 for Women’s History Month, enjoy a marathon of music on Manhattan West Plaza by women artists from around the globe, based in NYC. Lunchtime and evening performances will feature music rooted in locations as far away as Venezuela and Sudan, and as close as next door. This event is free to attend and open to the public.
In the spirit of International Women’s Day (celebrated on March 8), fresh flowers will be gifted during the event, a tradition followed worldwide in appreciation and respect for women and all of their achievements.
+ Roshni Samlal (Trinidad) & Camila Celin (Colombia)
+ Morley (US)
+ Alsarah (Sudan/US)
+ Mafer Bandola (Venezuela)
+ Mireya Ramos (Mexico/Puerto Rico/Dominican Republic)
For more information on the March 22, CLICK HERE.
Singer-composer and producer, Morley, weaves the threads of jazz, world, and folk traditions into a singular tapestry of vocal and acoustic splendor — the sound wave of a life lived with uncommon devotion to human rights and environmental justice. Morley has released seven albums of original songs and her music appears on network television, commercials and in human rights documentaries. She has performed for His Holiness The Dalai Lama, entrepreneur Richard Branson, and Nobel laureate, Betty Williams and has graced stages such as the Nomad Women’s Festival in the Sahara Desert, The United Nations, Carnegie Hall, and TEDWomen. Morley spearheaded the successful fundraiser “Borderless Lullabies” that continues to be a source of revenue for pro-bono legal defense fund, KIND (Kids In Need Of Defense) to aid in the reuniting of families separated by ICE.
Morley also uses music as a tool for dialogue facilitation and conflict resolution when working with survivors of human trafficking and war.