Elena Moon Park

In-Person Family Concert


Sunday, September 18, 2022
10:30 – 11:30 am
Scheuer Auditorium

Ages 3 and up

Hear the sparkling melodies and rich folk sounds of Elena Moon Park as she explores East Asian musical traditions in a mix of original songs from her notable album Unhurried Journey. During the show, delight in projected images of artist Kristiana Pärn, who also inspired Unhurried Journey. In this season of reflection and bringing in the new year, enjoy playful tunes that celebrate the beauty of taking time to appreciate family and every moment in our journeys together.

Joining Elena Moon Park as a guest performer will be Sonia De Los Santos. Sonia was nominated in 2019 for a Latin Grammy® with her second family music album titled ¡Alegría! and has been hailed by Billboard as “one of the Latin Children’s music artists you should know” and "Best Latin Children's Music."

About Elena Moon Park:

Elena Moon Park is a musician, educator, and producer living in Brooklyn, NY. She is a freelance violinist and multi-instrumentalist in NYC, specializing in contemporary classical and family music, and has performed on stages ranging from Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center to the Southbank Centre and the Melbourne International Arts Festival. She is also co-Artistic Director of the Brooklyn-based arts organization Found Sound Nation, which uses collaborative music creation to connect people across cultural divides.

$18 General; $14 Jewish Museum Family Members
Includes Museum Admission
Enjoy a free copy of Elena Moon's new album, Unhurried Journey, at the end of the concert!
Please click here for our current admission protocols. At this time masks are required.

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Doors to the concert will open at 10:15 am

After the concert, come to the 4th floor studio to enjoy our free Drop-in Art Workshop for families.

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Family Programs are supported, in part, through public funds recommended by Council Member Julie Menin and Council Member Keith Powers.
Additional support is provided through public funds from the New York City Department of  Cultural Affairs in partnership with City Council and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature. 


Photo Credit: Elena Moon Park