As part of NJPAC’s TD James Moody Jazz Festival, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) today announced Washington Heights Tyreek McDole as the winner of the annual Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition.
Known as the anchor cultural institution for the city of Newark and the state of New Jersey, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) today announced its year-round celebrations in honor of the centennial of Sarah Vaughan’s birth.
For the sixth consecutive year, singers from around the world will gather online to compete in the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition.
The “Sassy” Sarah Vaughan performing You’re Not the Kind of a Boy and These Things I Offer You For A Lifetime at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York, 1956.
Sarah Vaughan discovered during amateur night at the Apollo Theater In Harlem in the 1940’s.
International recording artist Nicole Henry will bring in the holidays at Aaron Davis Hall in Harlem, New York.
The Apollo announced today that it will officially open the doors to The Apollo Stages at the revitalized Victoria Theater on Thursday, February 1—marking the first physical expansion in the institution’s 90-year history.
This December 2023, Harlem’s Apollo Theatre will celebrate the holidays with events and programs for the entire family.
On Wednesday, July 26, 2023, 12 contestants from across from Harlem to Hoboken will take the famed Amateur Night at the Apollo stage to compete for bragging rights, and a chance to win $20,000.
The Apollo announced today the appointment of Michelle Ebanks as the next President and CEO of the nation’s foremost African American performing arts center dedicated to Black arts and culture.
The Apollo today announced new additions to its 2023 Spring Benefit. The ‘Empress of Soul,’ Gladys Knight joins the line-up as an esteemed musical guest.
Harlem’s The Apollo today announced this year’s Spring Benefit honorees.
Since 1934, aspiring performers from Harlem to Harare have come to The Apollo to “Be Good or Be Gone!”
The Apollo announced today that Fatima Jones has been named the organization’s first Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, effective immediately.
Earl Rudolph “Bud” Powell, September 27, 1924 – July 31, 1966, was a Harlem legendary jazz pianist and composer.