Sheila Anozier & Rufus Cappadocia
Haitian-American multidisciplinary artist Sheila Anozier is a performer and artistic collaborator who's main focus and inspiration is the rich tradition of Haitian song, dance and music. Her studies with master folklorists and teachers, Pat Hall and Georges Vilson, have guided her in integrating the modern with the ancestral traditions of her family and community. The joy that is released through her art has helped her and others express the intersection of cultures that is so important to the immigrant based communities that make up America.
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TNT Tour Returns! at Center for the Arts of Homer
Tue | 7:30 PM – 11PM
Tinsley Ellis and Tommy Castro & The Painkillers will deliver an evening of high energy blues, rock, and soul music that is sure to lift your spirits....
Jazz Singers of the Civil Rights Era: Nina Simone, Bob Dorough, Abby Lincoln, and Oscar Brown Jr. at Paul Hall at The Juilliard School
Tue | 7:30 pm
Juilliard Jazz's Dizzy Gillespie and Jelly Roll Morton Ensembles present music by Nina Simone, Bob Dorough, Abby Lincoln, and Oscar Brown Jr. with Juilliard Jazz vocalists in Paul Hall. ...
Daniel Bennett Group at Residence Inn Times Square
New York saxophonist Daniel Bennett has been hailed as one of the most original and unpredictable musical voices of his generation. Daniel Bennett Group performs the weekly "Experimental Tuesday" conc...