The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture held a talk with legendary hip-hop artist.
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts and Goya Foods are proud to present Grammy Award winner José “El Canario” Alberto with Don and Peter Perignon in their debut Lehman Center performance for a captivating night of salsa on Saturday, October ...
Alvin Singleton was a kid with access in the midtwentieth century close-knit Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood of his childhood.
Dr. John Satchmo Mannan and Alvin Wink Flythe will celebrate jazz from Parker to Coltrane on Saturday, Oct. 5, from 1:30-5 p.m. at The Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market at 52 W. 116th St. between 5th Avenue and Malcolm X Blvd. ...
“Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock and Roll,” now on view at the Metroplitan Museum of Art, brings back such sweet memories.
Executive and creative director of the Harlem Chamber Players, Liz Player, founded this organization with the hope of bringing high quality classical music and orchestras to upper Manhattan.
Vince Wilburn Jr., the nephew of the late, great Miles Davis, is celebrating the release of the new Miles Davis documentary, “Birth of the Cool.” Wilburn, along with Davis’ son Erin Davis and daughter Cheryl Davis, oversees the estate, making ...
The PILLARS recovery center is partnering with GUIDEPOSTS to host their first annual fundraiser in the fight against substance misuse on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Symphony Space in Manhattan.
Bill Saxton, Alvin Wink Flythe and Todd Herbert explore the intricacies of the music of John Coltrane on stage Saturday Sept. 21, from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market, located at 52 West 116th Street ...
EMPD celebrated their 30th anniversary as a group in Crotona Park in the Bronx as part of the SummerStage Concert Series.
New York City’s longest-running house band, Harlem’s own Sugar Hill Quartet (with a very special guest) will co-headline While We Are Still Here’s 4th Annual Sugar Hill Music Festival
John Coltrane and his classic quartet still have unissued music to offer 21st-century listeners.
The Harlem Jazz Boxx Series is the most reflective series of jazz in the community on Tuesdays from noon–2 p.m. ($15); and Fridays from 7 p.m.–9 p.m. ($20), at the Greater Calvary Baptist Church, 43-55 West 124th Street.
“One of the things that kids in Cuba do,” London-based artist Jessica Angel explains, “is that within the school system, they regularly have classes in museums.
Summer is not summer unless New York hosts the annual One Africa Global weekend! Africa’s biggest musical artists converge on the Big Apple to show up and show out.