Ernesto Holman, one of Chile's most renowned bass players and a member of the indigenous Mapuche community, has been an integral part of the rock scene for the past 40 years. A dedicated ambassador of the bass, Holman has changed the musical landscape by elevating the instrument beyond the rhythm section and recasting it as a melodic necessity. With Josué Villalobos on drums and Gustavo Cerqueiras on piano, the Holman Trio offers a unique musical fusion of ancestral Chilean rhythms, cueca, and traditional jazz techniques. They bring their award-winning "Etnojazz" sound to the Atrium on the eve of the release of their new album, Árbol.
Venue: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
10 Lincoln Center Plaza Map
ToddlerTime at Brooklyn Public Library - Homecrest Branch
Thu | 11AM – 12PM
Come and enjoy books, songs and toytime. For ages 18 momths - 3 years old. Earn free books with the Reading Is Fundamental program (RIF)....
American Hospital of Paris Foundation Award Gala at Private Club
American Hospital of Paris Foundation to honor Michel David-Weill Former Chairman and President of Lazard LLC, internationally renowned investment banker and generous philanthropist Metropolitan Cl...
Open Rehearsal at David Geffen Hall
Thu | 9:45 AM
All Open Rehearsals are "working" rehearsals and therefore the program may not be played in its entirety. Additionally, we cannot guarantee the appearance of any soloist at an Open Rehearsal....