New York City – International women artists will gather to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, 2017, at 7 to 9 o’clock in the evening in poems, songs, and other forms of art. Doors open at 6:30 PM at the Episcopal Actors’ Guild of America on 1 East 29th Street (between Fifth and Madison Avenues).
Dozens of New York-based performers from across the globe will pay homage to inspirational women from their homelands on Sunday March 8th.
Now on its sixth year, the annual Salon sYmphoNY moves to The Episcopal Actors’ Guild of America in central Manhattan, to join their home in ‘The Little Church Around the Corner’ which since 1920 has served as social and artistic center for the community of New York City.
Working with The OPTimistiks theatre collective, International Women Artists’ Salon looks forward to honoring women creatives, past and present, in dozens of nations around the world via the voices of international women artists from all disciplines who are currently living in New York City.
Monologues, poems and songs from countries from Albania to Zambia will pay tribute to the legacy of cultural riches created by women around the world and sustained today by the women and the city of New York.
Anyone can join in honoring a woman in one’s home country as well on our map of honor and do so for 1 minute on stage if picked out of hat.
Advance reservations are recommended via Brown Paper Tickets for a suggested $10 donation at
Unreserved seating on the day is subject to availability and a $15 suggested donation on the door.
Event organizer Heidi Russel said no one will be turned away due to financial constraints until capacity is reached for the space.
For more information please contact Heidi Russell at email@example.com or Cell phone no. 646.272.8879
(Featured photo is Heidi Russel, seated right, with New York-based artists. Photo and press release by the Salon Symphony)