Appearing LIVE @ The Harlem Flophouse
April 8th Alex Frondelli, Guitar, Jazz Trio https://alexfrondelli.com/
April 15th Simon Mogul, tenor sax, Jazz Trio, https://www.simonmogul.com/
April 22nd Gabriel Schillinger-Hyman, keyboards, Jazz quartet, https://www.gabrielschillinger-hymanmusic.com/
April 29th Cameron Campbell, Keyboards, Jazz Trio, https://cameroncampbellmusic.godaddysites.com/music
May 6th Sterling Cozza https://sjcozza.bandcamp.com/
TUESDAYS April 25thMay 23rd
Harlem's psychedelic blues band Strawberry Mouth returns for Tuesday is Bluesday. Playing originals and golden nuggets in a transformative way.
THIS IS AN IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE
This intimate concert is presented by The Harlem Flophouse. The Experience begins at 7pm on Saturdays and Tuesdays. Prior to it's start you will have an opportunity to converse and interact with the musicians. The MUSIC STARTS PROMPTLY at the half hour mark. There is a 15 minute break after 45 minutes. After that there is a second shorter set. The experience ends at the two hour mark. The Harlem Flophouse has garnered an international reputation for its unique style and beauty. It was listed by the French travel guide Routard as one of the 50 "dream hotels" of the world, it was featured in The New York Times 36 hours in Harlem. It has been a photo shoot/interview location for artists such as Moby, Sharon Jones and Kamasi Washington as well as numerous fashion and film productions.
What our guests are saying:
"Truly authentic experience. It was such fun to be hosted in this wonderful house and have an up close experience with a live band. Fabulous musicians and I am sure you will be surprised at several turns. René is a very kind guy and will welcome you as if you were a houseguest. If you see a date for this event and your thinking about it; go for it. It may ended up being one of your Top5 during your trip."
Jeffery, Montreal Canada
One of the best shows of my life. Thank you so much for the invitation. Unforgettable. I will return asap with my family and friends.
Weslley, Brasília, Brazil
This was the first time to a Blues Rock Jam session. The band was amazing! The atmosphere was very intimate, we had the feeling the performance was just for us. This was a great experience
Angelie & Winston, Massachusetts
Un concierto totalmente íntimo. Éramos tan solo 8 personas! Nos invitaron con un trago a elección y nos sentamos en el sillón a disfrutar del show de Rene y sus músicos! Muy buena onda de todos ellos! Muy recomendable para quienes gusten de una velada diferente y disfruten de la buena música en vivo.
Damien Morón, Argentina
This "Live Rock @ The Harlem Flophouse" was one of the most entertaining music events I have ever attended! This band flows with such crispness you accomplish after numerous years of practice. The atmosphere was cozy. I was thoroughly impressed with this Brownstone. The interior has been restored to its original state (not stripped and modernized, such a crime) . The acoustics of the parlor was ideal for this band. This event is like an NYC hidden treasure. Please don't let that be! I wish more people to experience the greatness of this event. I met an awesome Australian family at this event and they were blown away........If you are local, do yourself a favor, bring a couple friends....You won't be disappointed!
Bruce, Paterson New Jersey
Even after a month, I still could remember how amazing the show it was. Soaring drums, gorgeous fireworks dazzling in my mind, distant calls, awakening my body, from the tips of my hair to the ends of my toes, none of which speaks of the thrill of awakening. Rene's passion for musical storytelling will bring this iconic love story to life in ways I have never experienced. Moreover, there was an excitement in his voice that everyone who had cared for, which I fell in love with. Renes voice has an enticing charisma that captures the listeners attention and compels them to follow the musicality of his speech. In this sense, Rene recalls the Sirens of Greek myth, who use their enchanting voices to lure sailors into shipwrecks. Like the Sirens, Renes voice issues a vague but alluring promise of gay, exciting things to come. Michael and sterling are two of the most exciting theatre artists. Their performance is full of powerful impact and hormones, so that I have been enthralled and long-awaited. "So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past." If I got a chance, I will come back for Rene again.
rubyyykatz , Miami, FL
The Harlem Flophouse (View)
242 West 123rd St.
New York, NY 10027
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|