Celebrate the life and music of one of the greatest entertainers in history, Frank Sinatra, at a FREE exhibit in NYC that opens with a FREE special event, all exploring his signature songs, films and his enduring influence on American popular culture.
Sinatra: An American Icon opens on Tuesday, March 4, at the Library for the Performing Arts in Lincoln Center, the branch of the NYPL that focuses on, of course, performing arts.
That evening, join executives of the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles, plus other music experts and guests, for Sinatra Symposium, a FREE program about the man also known as ‘Ol Blue Eyes’.
It’s at 6pm the NYPL Library for the Performing Arts branch in Lincoln Center. Tickets are free and required for admission. Reserve your spot now while space is still available. All registered seats are released 15 minutes before start time, so we recommend that you arrive early.
Tickets are not required for the multi-media library exhibit, which was curated by the Library, the GRAMMY Museum, and the Sinatra Family.
Sinatra: An American Icon is the official exhibition of the 2015 Frank Sinatra Centennial, tells the story of a master singer, performer, recording artist, and actor. It includes items from the Sinatra Family’s personal collection, rare concert and interview footage, personal correspondence, private photos, awards, and other memorabilia, plus music and film documents from the Library. There’s also a schedule film screenings featuring Frank Sinatra and other programs still being finalized.
The exhibition will be on display through September 4, 2015. Did we mention it’s FREE. Yes, we did.
What’s your favorite Frank Sinatra song or film? Almost impossible to pick, although mine just might be his role as the lovable gambler Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls.