CBS News reports that the entertainment industry is preparing to shut down to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Yolanda Wyns, Director of the Music Department at the Harlem School of the Arts was one of three honorees feted at this year’s American Composers Orchestra’s 2020 Gala.
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 Continue Reading →
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine will welcome Kevin Tuerff, one of the thousands of strangers who were trapped in the small town of Gander on September 11, 2001.
Ellington on Broadway is presented by The Duke Ellington Center for the Arts and The American Tap Dance Foundation to celebrate The Dukes 120th Anniversary.
The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced a $5,000 grant to Old Broadway Synagogue in Harlem to help fund structural repairs to reinforce floor joists and beams.
Live From Lincoln Center will welcome three of Broadway’s brightest stars— Cynthia Erivo, Annaleigh Ashford, and Megan Hilty—for the second season of the critically acclaimed Stars in Concert performance series Continue Reading →
The Apollo Theater Salon Series in partnership with Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre (NBT) presented two special performances of the new musical WiLDFLOWER on Friday and Saturday at Continue Reading →
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