Music at the MetLife Building

Originally known as the PamAm Building, the 58-story MetLife Building is adjacent to Grand Central Terminal. During the holiday season, the building hosts a series of free concerts by high schools from the surrounding region.

I was passing through the lobby today when this group, which was visiting the city from Connecticut’s Stamford High School, began a performance that included songs about Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwaanza.


The Stamford High School choir Posted by Picasa


Part of the orchestra Posted by Picasa


The string section Posted by Picasa


Singers Posted by Picasa


Strings players Posted by Picasa


Two members of the choir Posted by Picasa


Harmonizing Posted by Picasa


The violinists Posted by Picasa


A singer Posted by Picasa


Two players Posted by Picasa


A singer Posted by Picasa

Stamford High School
The MetLife Building
Wikipedia: The MetLife Building

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One Response to Music at the MetLife Building

  1. anomolous says:

    Wow that’s so cool. Thanks for taking the time to write about us!!

    Like

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