The MoMA Nights 2013 music series includes indie acts selected by MoMA’s PopRally committee, and concerts related to the exhibitions Soundings: A Contemporary Score and American Modern: Hopper to O’Keeffe.
Set begins at 6:30 p.m. Regular Museum admission applies. In the event of rain, the Sculpture Garden will close, and music will take place in Theater 1 or Theater 2. Please note: Sculpture Garden and indoor seating are limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.
Free with Admission
MoMA educators give engaging talks in the galleries at 6:00 and 7:30 p.m. Groups meet the lecturer in the Marron Atrium on the second floor. Gallery talks are approximately sixty minutes in duration. For enhanced hearing in the galleries, FM headsets and neck loops are available at the meeting spot.
Prix Fixe Dinner
5:00–8:00 p.m., Cafe 2 (floor 2)
In addition to the regular menu, a special prix fixe dinner created by Chef Lynn Bound is available for $25 (not including beverage). Dinner begins with antipasti, followed by an appetizer, entree, and dessert. Participation in the tasting requires the participation of the entire group; however, guests may order extra items from the regular menu if they wish. It is suggested that guests allow up to one hour to complete the full prix fixe meal. The $25 menu is not eligible for the 10% member discount. Seating is limited.
Visit the cash bar for a variety of beverages, including specialty cocktails.
DJ Vatican City
Born in Peru and raised in New York, Julio M. Pezua (DJ Vatican City) has become a fixture of the NYC underground house music scene. Pezua is a DJ and photographer, renowned for the diverse range of artists and styles in his sets. He is continuously exploring a dialogue between traditional world and electronic music, his two strongest musical influences. Julio has performed his music throughout the East Coast and in South America.