Seen & Heard: Juneteenth at the Oculus

The main floor of the Oculus will host the New York-based orchestra The Unsung Collective tomorrow, June 19, from 1 to 2p for a performance of four classical compositions written by Black composers to celebrate stories of the Black experience. Director Tyrone Clinton Jr. will lead his ensemble through a classical music performance narrating historical stories that connect to today. The Oculus will light up in red, black and green starting at 5p.

The Fulton Stall Market’s Summer CSA farm share program starts June 24 and runs through Sept. 16. This is not your usual CSA: you can buy into specific products and pay per week for each. So, for example, you can get mushrooms from the Catskills, cheese from Connecticut and fish from Hampton Bays. Prices range depending on the product. See more info here and the order form here. Pickups are Thursdays from 4 to 6p and Fridays from 11:30a to 5p at the indoor market at 91 South St.

The River to River Festival will host Processions with writer, performer and choreographer Okwui Okpowasili on Sunday, June 20, 7:30p in the North Meadow of Rockefeller Park. Registration is at the Pavilion at the corner of Warren Street and River Terrace. Processions is a series of three outdoor processionals in areas around Battery Park City engaging some of the most interesting choreographers in New York. There’s another on June 25 at Belvedere Plaza. See more info here.

I don’t quite get this thing, but I have friends coming in for the weekend tonight and thought it’s worth a try. Current — and “interactive soundwalk” — is a free guided tour of downtown running through the end of September. But the “about” page for Current and the description at Arts Brookfield, the sponsor, are very different: “CURRENT takes place on unceded Indigenous land: Lenapehoking, the homeland of the Lenape peoples. We acknowledge the genocide and continued displacement of Indigenous peoples during the colonial era and beyond,” is how the artist describes it. Brookfield says this: “Guided on a 1.5 mile walk from Zuccotti Park to One New York Plaza and back, passing such notable landmarks as Trinity Church, the New York Stock Exchange, and Battery Park, audience members will experience unique stories and magical moments that only this beautifully complex city can produce.” It starts every half hour at Zuccotti Park and winds around The Battery, the stock exchange, etc. Find the link here.