The Bronx Music Heritage Center Laboratory (BMHC Lab) is a 1,400 sq. ft. storefront incubator and forum to share Bronx music. Located at 1303 Louis Niñé Boulevard in the South Bronx, the BMHC Lab hosts concerts, screenings, galleries, roundtable discussions, and artists-in-residence.
1303 Louis Niñé Boulevard
Bronx, NY 10459
Take the 2 or 5 trains to Freeman Street, or the BX 19 bus
The BMHC Artist-in-Residence program was created in honor of the rich musical legacy of the Bronx. The program aims to support and promote the work of inspired Bronx musicians and artists, and to engage the community in that work. The next Artist-in-Residence will be Full Circle Dance Company, a pioneering hip hop dance crew led by artistic directors Kwikstep and Rokafella. Get ready for performances, dance classes and other arts programming in the BMHC Lab beginning at the end of September.
*Stay tuned for the complete calendar of events. Learn more at fullcirclesoul.com.
The Bronx Rising! Music, Film & Spoken Word of the Borough series is curated by City Lore award-winning folklorist Elena Martínez and Grammy-nominated Bronx musician Bobby Sanabria. Bronx Rising! programming includes Latin music, jazz, and hip hop performances; comedy, poetry and book readings; and film screenings with Q&As. Bronx Rising! is co-sponsored by City Lore.
$5 suggested donation to support BMHC programming
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. BMHC programming is made possible with support from The Kresge Foundation, Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation, and The Rockefeller Foundation Cultural Innovation Fund.