Bargemusic had been on my list of things I'd never experience in NYC until last Sunday July 13th. I bought a ticket and made it a destination of a mini "walkabout".
My journey started on Fulton Street in Manhattan. I hadn't seen the new Subway entrance. Or, the Russian Spa. Or, the Lebanese restaurant with comic book store on top. Or, the pseudo grass at the performance space near the South Street Seaport.
No photos while negotiating the crowds on the Brooklyn Bridge. I am glad the construction curtains are down.
A few more pics in Brooklyn. How the view has changed. Lunch at Luke's first (but not last) time.
Now I need someone to take me to the nearby River Cafe!
On to Bargemusic.
What a wonderful space for music listening. Jeffrey Swann was the pianist. Ives Piano Sonata No 2 "Concord Mass" and Chopin Piano Sonata No 3 in B minor provided a film like musical background for the action on the pier right out the window. I shall return! Consider Bargemusic as a destination for a customized tour with A Guide Named Sue. There are so many ways to get there.