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Serving NYC since 1986, inspiring, entertaining & educating under- served audiences featuring living legends of tap & jazz history. READ MORE

Circuit Productions Inc. (CPI) is supported, in part, with public funds from New York State Council on the Arts, A State Agency, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
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For press and publicity please contact:
Serena Rockower, Bookings/Outreach at Circuit Productions, Inc.
635 Carroll Street, Ste. #2, Brooklyn, NY 11215
T: 718.638.4878


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Recent Events

Paul Handelman Blues Band with Dee Dee Michels - Walk Away
Concert at St. Francis College in Brooklyn, NY

CASA funded West African dance and drum workshop with kindergarten students

Dancers at "Local Heroes" event February 25, 2015. Photo: Paul Handelman.

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Sarah McLawler and fans at the Central Park Meer Fest in August, 2014. Photo: Louis Boone.

Come Hula With Me (CPI CASA 2014 / Cycle 1) from Skip Blumberg on Vimeo.

15 P.S.12 kindergarteners, led by teaching artist Kaina Quenga, bring the aloha spirit to Brooklyn.

Humphrey Visits Brooklyn (CPI CASA 2014 / Cycle 2) from Skip Blumberg on Vimeo.

Led by teaching artists Mickey Davidson and Dexter Jones, vigorous choreography and swing music come to P.S. 12 kindergarteners in Brooklyn, a CASA program produced by Circuit Productions, Inc.

Let's Go Dancing from our recent CASA program



The audience at a recent CPI event:

Audrie Hayes, Florence Spooner, Ruby Smith, Essie Winslow and Reverend Casenade

"It was a great time all around. Very good musicianship!" - Patricia Miller
See more in the photo gallery

Upcoming Events

Ebony Hillbillies

Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015, 2-3:15 PM
Ebony Hillbillies

St. Francis College 180 Remsen Street, New York, NY 11201.
For Free Tickets Call Max Daniels at HAI: 212.575.7666.

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Arts in Education (AIE)
Circuit Productions can foster collaborations between schools and some of New York City's most engaging arts professionals, as well as train educators to work more effectively with existing school artist-in-residencies. Our program offerings include: Lectures and Workshops, Assembly Programs, Artist Residencies and Staff Development. Email or call us at 718-638-4878 to explore the different ways American art forms can be integrated with your History, Arts or Language programs. Learn more about our ongoing Arts In Education (AIE) workshops and performances.



Dear Friends –

What a summer! The crowds, the talent and the presenters all agreed. We had one of the best summers yet! From Brooklyn’s Central Library to Central Park’s Harlem Meer Circuit Productions, Inc. (CPI) kept New Yorkers listening and dancing to global beats. Audiences came to Circuit’s dance parties and concerts in Latin, Blues, Jazz, and World Music/Dance.


Brooklyn Public Library’s Plaza Swing Series at Central Branch was held out doors at scenic Grand Army Plaza. These two events brought in more than 1500 attendees. After a short class in swing dance the folks were ready to GO! On June 24th the legendary Harlem Blues and Jazz Band did not disappoint. They kept the audience going for nearly two hours with Take the A Train, C Jam Blues, Struttin’ With Some BBQ, Caravan and more! On July 15th one of New York’s favorite Latin bands, Juan Ma Morales’s Sonido Costeño had everyone going AND GOING to Salsa and Mambo music.

Circuit’s summer events continued at full speed at the Harlem Meer Performance Festival series. Central Park Conservancy holds this annual event at the Charles A. Dance Conservancy. More than 1200 people per event came to see these talented artists. New to the Meer were world music artists, Famoro Dioubate & Kakande, and Garifuna International. Kakande’s fusion of traditional Guinean rhythms mixed with pulsing grooves had audiences up and moving to the beat. But it was the Garifuna International Band, playing the Punta music of their culture. Their music, a mixture of African, Latin and the rhythms of Central America’s indigenous peoples brought the audience up and off their feet in droves. The Summer was indeed a spectacular hit.


If you missed any of these shows you can view photos and video footage on all our concerts when you go to Face Book, Twitter or our website at


Famoro Dioubate & Kakande (8.2.15) – West African Music
Harlem Blues & Jazz Band (8.9.15) – Jump Blues/Jazz
The Ebony Hillbillies (8.23.15) – Bluegrass/Appalachian
Garifuna International (8.30.15) – Music & Dance of the African Peoples of Central America
Dee Dee LeVant Gospel Ensemble (9.6.15) - Gospel


Don’t miss a performance by The Ebony Hillbillies on October 13, 2015 at St. Francis College, 180 Remsen St. New York, NY 11201. For Free Tickets Call Max Daniels at HAI: 212.575.7666. All attendees must RSVP to reserve your seating!


Please join Circuit Productions’ programs and performances throughout NYC by visiting our website. Share these programs with your friends and family too! New events are posted monthly.