Armed with marimbas, vibes, and an electrifying stage presence, Stefon Harris (www.stefonharris.com) offers “a high-gloss, dizzyingly virtuosic blend of postbop and funk- and R&B-informed groove” (Time Out New York).
His new group, Sonic Creed, is packed with talent, including the rising-star Elena Pinderhughes, who was praised as a musician who “throws her flute, body and soul into Latin jazz” by The New York Times—at age ten. Since then, she’s flourished, bringing her bold sound on vocals and flute to a wide range of jazz styles.
Saturday, January 30, 2016, 8:00 p.m.
Single tickets: $20-$35 • All concerts begin at 8:00 PM
Columbia University’s Miller Theatre, 2960 Broadway at 116th Street, (located north of the Main Campus Gate) On the ground floor of Dodge Hall, Harlem, New York, www.millertheatre.com, 212.854.7799.
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