It’s been nearly five months since the first shutdowns in the United States due to COVID-19.
As scientists race to find a vaccine for COVID-19, the world continues to live in limbo. Now that it has been nearly half a year, the world seems to be adjusting to the daily cautions and the news of spikes ...
When thinking on what to write this week I came across a couple of Twitter threads commenting on how “Beethoven is Black” has been trending online
New York State Jazz Literacy and Arts Society Inc. hosted a free jazz livestream concert memorializing and celebrating the life of George Floyd
This quarantine has been the great equalizer of the human experience.
Valeisha Butterfield Jones, a leader, a global influencer, and culture shifter has been named the Recording Academy’s first Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer.
It turns out the social media beef between Public Enemy icons Chuck D and Flavor Flav was a hoax.
Our culture is experiencing the presence of an unprecedented global pandemic. In order to slow the spread of the menacing COVID-19 illness, people all over the world are being told to practice social distancing and self isolation as a proactive ...
For the first time in its 86-year history, the Apollo Theater’s Amateur Night auditions will be conducted exclusively through online submissions, as the nonprofit fills the coveted slots for the summer and fall 2020-21 season.
There are few who can match Kidjo’s vivacity, beauty, and spirit onstage and off. The Grammy-winning songstress continues to wow audiences with her bold and daring takes on music of all genres including Caribbean, jazz, and Latin.
On Saturday, March 14 from 8:30 p.m. to midnight, piano master Denton Darien, saxophone/vocalist John Satchmo Mannan, Alvin Ellington Flythe on tenor sax and many others will celebrate the music and contributions of piano great McCoy Tyne
Les Amazones d’Afrique is an international collective of women and female identified singers who are coming together to spread awareness of violence and abuse against women in Africa and all over the world.
The First Baptist Church of Crown Heights hosted its Annual Jazz and Poetry Evening on Feb. 27 as part of its Black History Month celebration.
March Is Music (MIM) at Pregones/Puerto Rican Traveling Theater—let the music play on!
Nona Hendrix, the iconic performer, vocalist, actress and former member of Labelle, is continuing her work as Harlem Stage’s artistic director for the year-long initiative and exploration of Afrofuturism.