Omomuki makes its loft space in New York City’s Flower District available to select non-profit organizations and artists for fundraisers, friendraisers, concerts, performances, and exhibitions.

2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we were not able to make our space available in 2020.


2019

The Juilliard School
Juilliard Jazz Scholarship Fundraiser with Wynton Marsalis


Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS
Broadway Backwards Kickoff Party with Andrew Keenan-Bolger


Living the Classical Life

Interviews and performances with Russian concert pianist Ilya Itin and Slovak Violinist Filip Pogady


GMHC

7th Annual Rooftop Pride Fundraiser


Living the Classical Life

Interviews and performances with American cellist Joshua Roman and American actress and singer Melissa Errico


2018

Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS
Broadway Backwards Kickoff Party with Kathleen Turner


Steve Sandberg & Zach Brock
Salon Concert


Xu Cheng
Salon Concert


GMHC
6th Annual Rooftop Pride Fundraiser


Cool Culture
UnGala Kickoff Party


Living the Classical Life
Interviews and performances with French concert pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet and American soprano Nadine Sierra.


2017

Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS

Broadway Backwards Kickoff Party


Clair Hiles

Salon Concert


Living the Classical Life
Interviews and performances with American composer John Corigliano and American mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato


GMHC
Cabaret Rehearsal with Michael Orland


Harold O’Neal

Salon Concert


GMHC

5th Annual Rooftop Pride Fundraiser


Museum of Modern Art / Professor Paul V. Turner

Private Reception and lecture prior to Professor Turner’s lecture at The Museum of Modern Art on Frank Lloyd Wright’s works in the San Francisco Bay Area


Japan Society

Moto Osada’s Four Nights of Dream chamber opera fundraiser


Living the Classical Life

Interviews and performances with pianist Seymour Bernstein and cellist Alisa Weilerstein


Nicholas King

Salon Concert


Cool Culture
UnGala Kickoff Party


LGBT Center
Reception for Dr. Marci Bowers


W.I.T.
Friendraiser


2016

 

Tara Hardy

Tara Hardy is a Montreal-based illustrator and graphic artist. Her work frequently incorporates vintage iconography and collage, and treats issues including environmental conservation, human rights, and animal welfare. Her work has appeared regularly in The New Yorker and The Globe and Mail.

 

Living the Classical Life

Living the Classical Life is a US-based non-profit that produces an ongoing series of filmed interviews and intimate performances. Hosted by Zsolt Bognár, Living the Classical Life explores the world of classical music through conversations with its practitioners. The Omomuki grant contributed to the filming of interviews and performances with pianist Caroline Oltmanns and opera singer Deborah Voigt.

 

Nicholas King

Pianist Nicholas King has an Artist Diploma from Oberlin Conservatory of Music and a Performance Diploma from The Royal Conservatory of Music – Glenn Gould School. He received the 2008 Jack Kent Cooke Award and the Jury’s Choice Award at the American Paderewski Competition. He won the Royal Conservatory of Music Glenn Gould School Concerto Competition, and was awarded the U.S. Congressional Medal of Recognition. He has performed at Walt Disney Concert Hall (2010), the Grand Hall of the Arthus House in Torun, Poland with the Torun Symphony Orchestra (2010), and Carnegie Hall (2012); and appeared on the Rosie O’Donnell Show and National Public Radio. The Omomuki grant provided Mr. King with rehearsal and performance space to prepare for his audition to the Juilliard School’s graduate program, where he has since been accepted and is currently studying.

 

2015

Living the Classical Life

Living the Classical Life is a US-based non-profit that produces an ongoing series of filmed interviews and intimate performances. Hosted by Zsolt Bognár, Living the Classical Life explores the world of classical music through conversations with its practitioners. The Omomuki grant funded a filed interview with pianist Jeremy Denk.

 
Bauer

Kirk Bauer
Mr. Bauer received a Master of Fine Arts in Photography from the School of Visual Arts in New York City and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The University of Texas. Says Mr. Bauer, “I think ‘contemporary impressionism’ best describes my work. My art is a combination of image-making using traditional printmaking techniques with digital imaging technology. My primary media is images created with ink applied to brushed aluminum. The ink is thick, textural and opaque in some areas while transparent with a metallic sheen showing through in other areas. The image is created with a combination of hand-drawn lines and computer generated lines.” Omomuki co-sponsored a reception featuring Mr. Bauer’s work in New York City.