Battle of the Boroughs 2011 Winner: Charanams

Monday, June 20, 2011

Congratulations to Charanams, winner of the Ultimate Battle of the Boroughs 2011, and all the bands who competed this year.

Check back here soon for more video clips from the Ultimate Battle of the Boroughs and the upcoming Charanams concert in The Greene Space! 

Special mention goes to Joan Caddell & The Midnight Choir, the in-house favorite of the night.

Watch the winning performance by Charanams (representing Queens) below.

Watch the performances by the other finalists at the Ultimate Battle:

Joan Caddell & The Midnight Choir, representing Staten Island

The Soulfolk Experience, representing Brooklyn

Finotee, representing The Bronx

Andy Suzuki & The Method, representing Manhattan

Watch the entire Ultimate Battle of the Boroughs. 


NYC & Company is the proud signature sponsor of Battle of the Boroughs

The Good Bear Seal is the exclusive provider of beer for the Battle of the Boroughs

AOC Fine Wines is the exclusive artisanal wine sponsor of The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space.

Additional partners include:

Snacks are generously donated by Chipotle

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Comments [3]

I attended all the performances but the one where Charanams won, and even though I liked their performance this time, I do not think they were the best.

On another note, I wish WNYC had given tickets to people who attended more than 3 of the events, since I was unable to attend since tickets were sold out too soon, probably due to the Joan fans who helped her win. There were def other much better bands at the even where she won.

Jun. 28 2011 02:09 PM

The Charanams should not have won

Jun. 26 2011 06:23 PM
suchitra Date from india

performance par ecxcellence nnext time involve a Bharatnatyam dancer too.

Jun. 22 2011 07:23 AM

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