The ethos of the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival is alive in our Fort Greene headquarters with world-class concerts reflecting the diversity of Brooklyn in a weekly music series: BRIC House Sessions. Spanning two stages, each show begins with local DJs and musicians on the BRIC House Stoop overlooking the Gallery, where we invite guests to explore the contemporary art exhibitions. The featured artist will then perform in the BRIC House Ballroom, one of the best spaces for live music in Brooklyn. Come through and discover your new favorite music Thursdays at BRIC House.
An electrifying blend of Afro-fusion, funk, ska, pop, and traditional Zimbabwe rhythms, Mokoomba kicks-off BRIC House Sessions with a blazing dance party!
The Grammy Award-winning Parisian sisters known for their unique fusion neo-soul and African rhythm-infused hip hop return to BRIC House.
Mixing folk, mountain gospel and soul, husband-and-wife-led band Birds of Chicago return to New York in support of their new album, American Flowers.
Jamila Woods has emerged as a powerful, once-in-a-generation soul and R&B singer-songwriter and poet with her debut solo album HEAVN. Harlem-based group Jazze Belle opens on the Stoop.
A powerful synthesis of electronic sound and Afro-Caribbean language, ÌFÉ is a bold new project from Puerto Rico-based, African American drummer/producer/singer Mark Underwood, aka Otura Roso Mun.
Explore the wide influence of Eastern European folk music, from traditional tunes set by Romani folk musicians to modernity.