Greg Thomas Hosts Albert Murray Centennial Listening Parties At Lincoln Center

May 1, 2016

Greg thomas from harlemJoin us as we celebrate the centennial of the author, scholar, and philosopher Albert Murray in this series of Listening Parties hosted by Murray expert and one time Harlem World Magazine Editor-in-chief Greg Thomas. In each of these sessions, Thomas will navigate this sonic, visual, and literary journey into the mind and musical taste of Albert Murray.

Saturday, May 14, 2016
Murray, Bebop, and Beyond

Saturday, May 21, 2016
From Pops and Bessie Smith to Duke, Basie, and Billie Holiday

The event is free and open to the public on first come, first served seating.

Find out more information here

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  1. Thank you for posting so the HW magazine audience is informed about my upcoming event. Albert Murray lived in Harlem with his family from 1962 until his death in the summer of 2013. One thing, though: Please adjust, in the title, Lincoln Center to “Jazz at Lincoln Center.”

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