Reserved patio seating for all 5 spring concerts can be purchased HERE


Free lawn seating for individual concerts is available with reservation on a first come, first served basis. Reserve HERE


MAY 23: LAUFEY - singer/songwriter/cellist, winner of Icelandic Music Award “Best New Artist”

MAY 30: Catalyst Quartet - Grammy-winning string quartet 

JUNE 6: Empire Wild - genre-bending mixed ensemble, winners of the 2020 Concert Artists Guild Competition

JUNE 13: Boyd Meets Girl, cello + guitar duo, with Guilherme Andreas, flute

JUNE 20: Musicians from the New York Philharmonic -

Qianqian Li & Brian Fox, violins

Vivek Kamath, viola

Sumire Kudo, cello

// These concerts are provided free to the public to unite and heal our community through music. We count on the generosity of music lovers to support our efforts. Please consider a tax-deductible donation if you are able: DONATE

GatherNYC is a revolutionary weekly concert experience, founded in 2017 by cellist Laura Metcalf and guitarist Rupert Boyd. Held on Sunday afternoons at the Morris-Jumel Mansion, 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, a taste of the spoken word, and a brief celebration of silence. The entire experience lasts one hour. In these unsettling and isolating times, GatherNYC provides a safe place to fortify beauty, peace and togetherness.

Morris-Jumel Mansion is the oldest surviving house in Manhattan. Situated in beautiful Roger Morris Park, the museum regularly hosts outdoor summer concerts and other events designed to bring our community together to enjoy nature, the arts, and our shared history. We are pleased to partner with GatherNYC this year to share these unique performances with our neighbors and fellow music-lovers. This series will be held over five weeks from May 23 - June 20, 2021. (In case of inclement weather, a future rain date will be announced.)

Health and Safety Guidelines

All concert-goers over the age of two are required to remain masked and socially distanced from one another during the performance, regardless of prior vaccination status, as per current NYC Parks and Morris-Jumel Mansion programming guidelines. Advanced registration for this event is required. Since attendees will be close to the performers, and may need to enter the Mansion to use restroom facilities, audience members will need fill out a health screening form which will be emailed the day before the concert. This form will need to be completed prior to every performance; no exceptions.






(65 Jumel Terrace, New York NY 10032)