Jazz Guru Greg Thomas Swings In “The Art & Science Of Improvisation” Course At Lincoln Center

The lifeblood of jazz music, creative improvisation is a thrilling practice of human communication and interaction in a wide range of fields, from literature to dance and architecture. Continue Reading →

A Cosmic Rhythm With Each Stroke, With Vijay Iyer And Wadada Leo Smith In Harlem

60b21725-99eb-45ab-847a-cb059c4219ccHarlem Stage Artist Circle Member, MacArthur Fellow and award winning composer and pianist, Vijay Iyer and Doris Duke Performing Artist Award winner, Pulitzer finalist and pioneer composer and trumpeter Continue Reading →

Jazz Now Series Elena Pinderhughes At HarlemStage

Elena PinderhughesHeralded by The Guardian as “the most exciting jazz flutist to have emerged in years,” 20-year-old vocalist and flutist Elena Pinderhughes is one to watch. Continue Reading →


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