Live at the Archway: Nkumu Katalay And The Life Long Project Band
When it comes to Congolese popular music, Nkumu Katalay can do it all—he's a dancer, singer, drummer, percussionist, guitarist, bassist, and bandleader. Born in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nkumu is a veteran of Lokassa Ya Mbongo's Soukous Stars, but has become a fixture in New York City, especially in Harlem. In addition to leading The Life-Long Project Band, Nkumu is a co-director of the Yam Session, a monthly collective Afro jam session, and teaches weekly high-energy Afro-Congolese dance classes.
Opener: Fogo Azul NYC, plus students from PS 307 and Dock Street School In the Gallery: “Plenty of Pockets” by Rose Nestler
Venue: Archway Under the Manhattan Bridge
Water Street btwn Anchorage Place and Adams Street Map
Pre-College Orchestra at Alice Tully Hall
Tue | 7:30 pm
Adam Glaser, Conductor Piano soloist to be announced DUKAS La Peri Fanfare RENE ORTH Chasing Light PROKOFIEV Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major, Op. 26 (Competition to be held October 11, 2019) COP...
Sammy Wags Trio at The Groove
Tue | 7:30 PM
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Daniel Bennett Group at Residence Inn Times Square
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