What You'll Get
- $20 for one admission to MOCAMIX DJ Music and Drinks with DJ Daniel Wang
- The event takes place on Thursday, December 4, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Museum of Chinese in America.
This event is capped at 35 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
Broadening your cultural horizons is good for the mind. Dancing, sipping a beer, and hearing a great concert are good for the spirit. You get to do all of that at once thanks to this event at the Museum of Chinese in America, which hosts an interactive discussion on how different cultures interact in New York City’s bustling music scene, and co-presented by New Forms Media Society. In addition to leading the conversation, acclaimed DJ Daniel Wang performs a two-hour genre-bending set melding a variety of cultural influences.
Join the Cultural Discussion
The evening begins with a conversation with DJ Daniel Wang, whose inventive blend of genres from different historical eras challenges listeners to contemplate how cultures interact.
Dance to the Music
DJ Wang creates an auditory trip through time, using the sounds of the ’90s music scene in Chinatown, the rhythms of African-American Dance Music, and the spirit of New York’s queer club culture.
Toast with an Award-Winning Brew
The event is sponsored by Singapore’s award-winning Tiger Beer, first brewed in 1932 and poured in more than 75 countries.
DJ, Founder of Balihu
The vibrant nightlife scene of New York’s gay community in the ’90s stoked Daniel Wang’s creative fire. In 1993, the DJ founded the music label Balihu and began releasing disco-inspired house records, as well as creating dynamic original compositions rich with melody and inspired by a slew of genres. As a live performer, Wang eschews a laptop in favor of old-school equipment, which he uses to create lively sets filled with jazz funk, salsa, dance, and pop.
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