GatherNYC And Resident Magazine Present Summer Pop-Up Featuring Brooklyn Duo

A Summer Pop-Up Concert
GatherNYC Co-Founder’s Laura Metcalf and Rupert Boyd, with Brooklyn Duo’s Marnie and Patrick Laird, international theatre designer Tim Goodchild, influencer Andrea Negrini
GatherNYC, the critically-acclaimed revolutionary musical concert experience, presented a Pop-Up concert on

August 19th, 2018, in partnership with luxury lifestyle publication, Resident Magazine, as an exclusive preview to its highly-anticipated upcoming weekly Sunday concert season beginning September 30th, 2018.

Earlier this spring, the progressive musical organization – which evokes the community and spiritual nourishment of a religious service (but the religion is music), launched its inaugural season, featuring an enviable roster of world-class professional musicians (Dover Quartet, New York Philharmonic Principal Clarinetist Anthony McGill, 2018 Grammy Nominee Sara Caswell), to sold-out audiences. GatherNYC’s co-founders, Laura Metcalf and Rupert Boyd, are also currently featured in the Icons Section of Resident Magazine’s August 2018 issue.

Founded in 2014, and made up of Juilliard-trained husband and wife team Marnie and Patrick Laird, Brooklyn Duo has quickly established itself as one of today’s most successful classical crossover ensembles.

Through its creative arrangements and live video performances, the piano and cello duo has garnered a huge following, with over 600,000 YouTube subscribers, and over 150 million streams annually on platforms such as Spotify and Pandora Radio.

GatherNYC’s one-hour weekly concerts also feature a unique spoken word performance by winners of the international Moth StorySLAM, which promotes the art of storytelling and honors and celebrates the diversity and commonality of human experience; as well as a brief celebration of silence – a practice that informs community, togetherness, and empathy. Guests are also served artisanal coffee and pastries, and this past Sunday guests were treated to delicious cookies from Goodie Girl Cookies .

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GatherNYC is a revolutionary weekly concert experience. Held every Sunday morning in downtown Manhattan, GatherNYC evokes the community and spiritual nourishment of a religious service, but the religion here is music, and all are welcome. Guests are served exquisite live classical music by New York’s most celebrated artists, artisanal coffee and pastries, a taste of the spoken word, and a brief celebration of silence. The entire experience lasts one hour. In these unsettling times, GatherNYC provides a place to fortify beauty and peace.


Current, passionate and informative, content that embodies the luxury aspirational lifestyle. is a digital entity with exclusive print and digital Resident Magazine resonates with titans of industry, the movers of entertainment, influencers, and high net worth individuals who can and do make choices for their travel, dining, cultural, and real estate needs. The print edition can be found in NYC, Hamptons, South Florida, and Los Angeles and combined with its online presence and social outlets, Digital reaches a total of 1.5 million readers and growing.


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