The Harlem Chamber Players, Founding Executive and Artistic Director Liz Player, will mark its 15th Anniversary and Black Music Month with a musical extravaganza Harlem Songfest II
Fun as had by all, as famed recording artist and celebrity vocal coach Stevie Mackey celebrated Black Music Appreciation Month from Harlem to Hollywood and the re-opening of Los Angeles.
June is when we recognize Black Music Month and Juneteenth as powerful moments to celebrate the contributions of Black culture, people, and experience.
TV One celebrates Black Music Month with original programming and musical performances.
Celebrating Black lives, freedom, sexuality, and house music at Sol Cinema Cafe’s Thee Debauchery Ball — 30+ DJs during Black Music Month.
Bounce, the first and only multi-platform entertainment network targeting African Americans and Brown Sugar, Bounce’s popular subscription streaming service, will team up for a major Black Music Month tribute this June 2020.
TV One celebrates Black Music Month with the debut of its original documentary, The Beat Don’t Stop, airing on Sunday, June 21, 2020, at 8 P.M. ET/7C, followed by an encore presentation at 10 P.M. ET/9C.
Join Harlem music legend, Freddie Jackson, as he talks the church, his inspirations, new album and more during Black Music Month with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.
On Saturday, June 18th, 2016, Philadelphia native, Isaac Hamm III aka Izzy Ike CEO / Founder IM3Media hosted a musically inclined event by the name of “The Comeback Atlanta 2016,” a Power Brunch celebrating influential contributors in black music in recognition of Black Music Month at Level V located in Buckhead, Atlanta.
Guordan (pronounced Jour-dan) Banks, a Philadelphia-born singer/songwriter, earned his first Billboard No. 1 as his soulful “Keep you In Mind” rose 2-1 on the Adult R&B Songs Chart in the June 11th edition.
For Black Music Month I selected a Harlem born artist who I believe deserves to be celebrated during Black Music Month.
Education Through Music, a nonprofit that provides music education to 36,000 New York City students, and partner school P.S. 125 – The Ralph Bunche School in Harlem are thrilled to celebrate Black History month with Broadway’s Carrie Compere.
To celebrate Black History Month, The African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) presents a series of films that explore the history of various music genres with a strong African influence in various parts of the world.
The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce kicked off the 49th annual HARLEM WEEK last Thursday at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem will host its 5th Annual Literary Festival on Saturday, June 17th, 2023.