MTA Metro-North Railroad Welcomes Visitors Back to Grand Central Terminal With New ‘GCTtracks’ Spotify Channel and Live Pianist

Trains pulling in and out, train departure announcements echoing through the concourse, and the ambient hustle and bustle of visitors all make up the typical Grand Central Terminal soundtrack. To help ease back into the daily routine, New York’s most iconic transit hub launches a dedicated Spotify channel featuring a variety of playlists for commuters and visitors to enjoy as they return to everyday life. Grand Central Terminal has teamed up with some of the city’s most iconic musical institutions to offer its visitors an enjoyable experience as they start their day, ride the train home, grab breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Titled GCTtracks, this new channel is free and accessible on Spotify by searching ‘Grand Central Terminal’. The four introductory playlists are curated by <a href=”>Steinway & Sons, Lincoln Center for the Performing ArtsCarnegie Hall and Joe’s Pub and showcase the diversity and richness of New York City’s music scene. Additional playlists will continue to be released ongoing.

To further bring GCTtracks to life, Grand Central welcomed Steinway & Sons to the Terminal on Tuesday. For one day only, visitors to the Terminal get to enjoy the sounds of live piano music beneath the iconic constellation ceiling as students from The Juilliard School perform a repertoire on a Steinway from the famed Steinway NYC Concert & Artist bank of pianos. Performances taking place in the center of the Terminal by the clock throughout the day between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m.

Additionally, Grand Central Terminals retail stores and dining choices continue to re-open to visitors and commuters. For more information on the status of our stores, click here.

-via Press Release

This article was posted on: June 23, 2020