The Duke Ellington Center for the Arts is thrilled to be collaborating with the American Tap Dance Foundation and Music on the Inside, Inc. (MOTI) to bring you this fantastic concert in honor of Harlem man Duke Ellington.
Performers during the event include:
- Michael Choi & Vanda Polakova
- Max Pollak
- DeWitt Fleming, Jr.
- Antoinette Montague
- Richard Miller & Vanessa Falabella
- Mercedes Ellington
- Tony Waag and more!
MOTI brings music education and hopes to individuals impacted by incarceration.
With Associate Producers Antoinette Montague and Richard Miller, and Executive Producer Alina Bloomgarden, their weekly Sunday concerts feature formerly incarcerated musicians performing alongside jazz and pop luminaries.
We’re honored to be a part of this incredible weekly series, and invite you to join us there for a night of music, dance, and romance!
Presented in collaboration with our friends at Duke Ellington Center for the Arts and the American Tap Dance Foundation, Music on the Inside, Inc. (MOTI) brings music education and hope to individuals impacted by incarceration.
With Associate Producers Antoinette Montague and Richard Miller and Executive Producer Alina Bloomgarden, each Sunday concert features formerly incarcerated musicians alongside jazz and pop luminaries.
The event is on Sunday, February 14th, 2021, it’s free and open to the public
Become an Harlem World Insider - Sign-Up For Our Newsletter!