Singing and Dancing in the Sunshine

It was lunchtime on sunny day and the crowd in downtown Brooklyn was being treated to a free open-air concert.

Schoolchildren from PS 27 in Red Hook and PS 276 in Canarsie gathered near the fountain in front of Borough Hall to sing and dance. Those on stage put their hearts into the performance, but the audience was a tiny bit distracted.

A bunch of kids from the surrounding neighborhood scampered away from the parents and babysitters who’d brought them out to enjoy the sunshine, began dancing in front of the stage, and effortlessly stole the show.


PS 27 Chorus at Borough Hall
Originally uploaded by annulla.


Dancers from PS 276 in Canarsie
Originally uploaded by annulla.


Chorus from PS 276 in Canarsie with fan
Originally uploaded by annulla.


The kids form a mosh pit
Originally uploaded by annulla.


Dancing to the music
Originally uploaded by annulla.


Tiny dancer
Originally uploaded by annulla.


Shall we dance?
Originally uploaded by annulla.


Dancing hand in hand
Originally uploaded by annulla.


Dancing cheek to cheek
Originally uploaded by annulla.

Inside Schools: P.S. 27 The Agnes Y. Humphrey School for Leadership
Inside Schools: P.S. 276 Louis Marshall School
Great Schools: P.S. 27 Agnes Y. Humphrey School
Great Schools: P.S. 276 Louis Marshall Elementary School
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz

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4 Responses to Singing and Dancing in the Sunshine

  1. photowannabe says:

    I love these. Little ones do tend to grab attention be it good or bad. I love their complete abandon and freedom.
    How fun to have the nice free concerts.

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  2. moi says:

    oh my!!!! those tiny tots definitey stole the show……the last one is precious :)

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  3. Trotter says:

    It’s definitly summertime: singing and dancing in the … sun! Great shots!

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  4. OMG, the last photo is the cutest thing ever.

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