Lincoln Center's Young Patrons are gearing up for the highly anticipated annual Young Patrons Gala on March 2. This year's theme is a masquerade soirée inspired by Truman Capote's legendary 1966 Black and White Ball. It takes place at the stunning Angel Orensanz Center—an iconic event space on the Lower East Side that was once the city's first synagogue.

Talent for the evening includes DJs Hannah Bronfman and Brendan Fallis—who also happen to be the newest members of the Young Patrons. To get in the mood for a night of celebrating the arts in New York, these Insta-darlings gave us their picks for a pre-party warm-up playlist to listen to while you slip on your black-and-white cocktail attire and party masks:

“See (Beacon Remix)” by Tycho
A moody remix of a great track to get your evening started.

“Mad About You“ by Koni
A new favorite. Good upbeat vibe that’s a perfect pre-party soundtrack.

Welcome to Your Life (Gigamesh Remix)” by Grouplove
If there’s a song you could hear when you stood on top of a mountain with a drone circling you … well, this might suit quite well.

“Don’t Leave (Gryffin Remix)” by Snakehips + MØ
A good, fun track to round out the night.

“Something To Say (AFTR:HRS Mixcut)” by Loud Luxury + Ryan Shepherd
Love a good rolling deep baseline, and mixed with a classic Craig David cover? So damn good.

“Good Vibes” by PLS&TY + Cosmos & Creature
The title says it all: Good vibes only.


About the Curators

Hannah Bronfman is the quintessential city girl. As a graduate of Bard College, where she studied fine art, she has built a reputation as a celebrity through her work as a DJ, entrepreneur, and beauty expert, along with her passion for health and wellness.

Canadian import Brendan Fallis has become one of the most sought after open-format DJs worldwide through his exceptional ability to read a crowd, his incredible taste in music, and his unique fashion sense.