Is it possible to create jazz and classical music in the 21st century that appeals to everyone? The Queens Cartoonists answer this question with a unique mixed media concert experience, celebrating the music of cartoons.

Just the facts

Elm Street Cultural Arts Village will welcome The Queens Cartoonists on July 18 as the first in this summer’s Lantern Series. The group plays live music synchronized with film from the cartoons. They also incorporate humorous anecdotes and multifaceted performance elements to create a dynamic evening of entertainment for every kind of patron.

Check out a sneak peek of the group below!

About The Queens Cartoonists

Since their inception in 2015, The Queens Cartoonists have brought their unique sound to performing arts centers in over 20 states and have opened for the New York Philharmonic. The six members, all currently living in Queens, New York, are world-class professional musicians. The band has been featured in numerous publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, Mashable, and on NPR.

About those tickets

Click here to purchase individual or group tickets from $14-$249.

A note about safety from Elm Street Cultural Arts

The safety and health of patrons, volunteers, artists, and staff is a top priority. All concerts will follow social distancing guidelines set out by national, state, and local authorities and we encourage all patrons to take the necessary steps to protect their health. While we would love to see you at an upcoming concert, please stay home if you do not feel well or comfortable!

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About Sally Henry Fuller

A theatre aficionado with a passion for telling people's stories, Sally Henry Fuller is a performing arts journalist. She has had the privilege of interviewing both local theatre professionals and multi-award-winning celebrities including Carol Burnett, Matthew Morrison, Vanessa Williams, Josh Gad, and Taylor Hicks. With theatre journalism experience since 2011, her work has also been featured on, the Huffington Post, and the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival.

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