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[Broadway, 2003]
[Broadway, 1978]
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The Cathedral Of St. John The Divine Celebrates The Feast Of Blessed Absalom Jones, February 3

The Cathedral of St. John the Divine will celebrate the Feast of Blessed Absalom Jones, first Black priest in the Episcopal Church, on Saturday, February 3 at 10:30 AM at 1047 Amsterdam Avenue (at 112th Street).
The Cathedral Of St. John The Divine Will Celebrates The Feast Of Blessed Absalom Jones in February

Jazz luminaries celebrate the Feast of Blessed Absalom Jones at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine on Saturday, February 3, 2024. Find out more about this event here!
John Coltrane Jazz Festival Rescheduled For This Week

The Second Annual FREE John Coltrane Jazz Festival | Miles Ahead, originally set for Coltrane’s birthday on September 23 but was postponed due to inclement weather, will take place on Friday, October 6, 5:00 pm. Learn more about the festival and find out how to attend here!
Harlem Set To Celebrate The Second Annual Free John Coltrane Jazz Festival

Get ready to celebrate jazz legend John Coltrane at the second annual Free John Coltrane Jazz Festival in Harlem's Marcus Garvey Park. Enjoy live performances by talented musicians, including Reggie Workman, Najee, and Norman Connors. Join the festivities on September 23 at the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater.
Steven Oquendo Latin Jazz Orchestra to Play Dizzy's Club in May

Teeming with spontaneity, this four-night event celebrates two master figures who transformed American music, legendary artists Tito Puente and Tito Rodríguez, spotlighting the impact of Puerto Rican influence and providing a sonic portal between past and present.
Flushing Town Hall Celebrates Black Icons and Innovators With Black History Trilogy

This February, Flushing Town Hall celebrates Black History Month (or African American History Month, as it's also known) with the return of its Black History Trilogy, a three-part series featuring outstanding performers paying tribute to influential African American musicians, dancers, and entertainers.
Inaugural John Coltrane Jazz Festival Comes To Harlem This Weekend

On Saturday, September 24, 2022, 1:00pm – 7:00 pm at Marcus Garvey Park | Richard Rodgers Amphitheatre, in Harlem, iconic saxophone players Bill Saxton, Alvin Flythe, Todd Herbert, Sweet Lee Odom, Patience Higgins, TK Blue and John S. Mannan join three rhythm sections to play the music of John Coltrane from the Miles Davis/Monk Era thru the Impulse Record years of Trane's performances.
PIAZZOLLA 100: Cuartetango Music & Dance Performs Under Manhattan's Spectacular Skyline

Leonardo Suarez Paz presents PIAZZOLLA 100: Cuartetango Music & Dance on September 18, 2022, at 4:00 p.m. at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island, NY.
Photos: First Look at Leonardo Suarez Paz's PIAZZOLLA 100 Tour

Leonardo Suarez Paz's PIAZZOLLA 100: “El Nuevo Tango” is set for MAY 14th at NYU Skirball. TICKETS can be purchased HERE.  The show is a genre-redefining, multidisciplinary, infused with jazz, rock, modern dance, and visual art - a tango performance for the new century. 
Leonardo Suarez Paz Brings Multi-Disciplinary Show to NYU Skirball

Following a sold-out performance at the famed “Ballena Azul,” CCK in Buenos Aires, the multifaceted “virtuoso extraordinaire,” (Wynton Marsalis), Leonardo Suarez Paz, brings his genre-redefining, multidisciplinary performance to NYU Skirball, sharing his unique vision of the genre across a century of immigrant struggles and triumphs. Leonardo honors his mentor, Astor Piazzolla, the Argentine born and New York raised composer by recreating Nuevo Tango as an evolving, daring, artistically complex, and emotionally moving art form.
92Y to Present Darius de Haas in YOU SEND ME: THE SONGS AND SOUL OF SAM COOKE

Lyrics and Lyricists™ 50th anniversary season will continue with You Send Me: The Song and Soul of Sam Cook on April 23, 24 and 25. Darius de Haas delves into the world of Sam Cooke – his gospel roots and triumphant 1964 engagement at the Copacabana; his classics of romance, and work as a trailblazing entrepreneur and civil rights activist.
Leonardo Suarez Paz Presents PIAZZOLLA 100: CUARTETANGO String Quartet

Celebrating the centennial of his mentor, Astor Piazzolla, an Argentine-born and New York raised composer, Leonardo Suarez Paz leads his multiple Latin GRAMMY-nominated group to the forefront of 21st century Nuevo Tango.
Upper East Harlem Block To Be Co-Named After Iconic Art Kane Photograph 'Harlem 1958'

Uptown Grand Central and Jazzmobile have announced the August 12, 2021 celebration surrounding the commemorative street co-naming of East 126th street between 5th and Madison Avenues as 'Art Kane Harlem 1958 Place.'
Leonardo Suarez Paz Will Perform at The Levitt Pavilion This Weekend

The program celebrates the centennial of Leonardo's mentor, the Argentine born and New York raised composer, Astor Piazzolla and is presented at the Levitt Pavilion in Westport, CT, as part of Leonardo Suarez Paz's PIAZZOLLA 100. 
Jazzmobile Celebrates International Jazz Day With Virtual Presentation Of Keep The Music Playing

Jazzmobile's community concert “Keep The Music Playing” is back with nearly 60 stellar Jazz musicians who are donating their performance to support Jazzmobile, and its performance & education programs!
Suarez Paz TANGO Presents Leonardo Suarez Paz's PIAZZOLLA 100: El Nuevo Tango

Leonardo Suarez Paz’s PIAZZOLLA 100 celebrates liberty and the invaluable contribution of immigrants and women to society, starting with our namesake, whose centennial will be celebrated in 2021.

Natalie Douglas fifteen-year-old album makes you wish she had made a CD a year between then and now.
Suarez Paz TANGO and the Four Freedoms Park Conservancy Present: Leonardo Suarez Paz's PIAZZOLLA 100

The Four Freedoms Park Conservancy hosts a special preview of Leonardo Suarez Paz's PIAZZOLLA 100 Festival whose mission it is to celebrate liberty and honor the invaluable contribution of immigrants to society, including our namesake's, Astor Piazzolla, the Argentine born and New York raised composer who mentored Leonardo Suarez Paz.
Celebrate SUMMERFEST 2020 with Virtual Concerts on Jazzmobile TV

After the August 8premiere of The Central Park Conservancy and Jazzmobile Presents Great Jazz on the Great Hill, JazzmobileSUMMERFESThas taken to the 'airwaves' demonstrating that New York City's longest-running jazz festival is going strong!
Photo Flash: Tony Winner Andre De Shields Brings OLD DAWG; NEW TRICKS to Lincoln Center American Songbook Series

Hadestown star André De Shields took his Lincoln Center's American Songbook concert series audience to church with his new show, Old Dawg; New Tricks on the Appel Stage in New York on January 29.

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