Piano Program Live, Free in the Park

Roosevelt Island Legend Roy Eaton Plays Bryant Park, Sept. 25 -27

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Roy Eaton, 89 and still tickling the ivories.
Roy Eaton, 89 and still tickling the ivories.
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Roy Eaton plays Bryant Park, live and free. His annual weeklong gig runs from September 23rd to the 27th. 89 years old, recovered from a stroke in 2017, he continues to amaze. UPDATE: Because of construction in the park, Roy's gig has been shortened to Wednesday, September 25th, through Friday, the 27th.

Roosevelt Island own Roy Eaton is a legend and not just in music.

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