The City Of Jazz Is Back, Celebrating The Grand Duke Of Harlem, Duke Ellington In Harlem

September 12, 2021

Join us for a free concert next week celebrating everything Ellington on Sunday, September 19th, 2 pm EST

The Duke Ellington Statue in Harlem (110th & 5th ave.) in Harlem, NY. This event is free and open to the public.

Hosted by Mercedes Ellington and Tony Waag, and featuring the DECFA Big Band led by Eli Yamin, plus the talents of George Caldwell, Michael Choi & Vanda Polakova, Marion Cowings, DeWitt Fleming Jr., Jennie Harney-Fleming, Sharon K. Janda, Dexter Jones’ Dancers, Mark Mindek, Antoinette Montague, Anna Pipoyan, Miles Purinton, Ty Stephens, Karen C. Williams, Andrea Wright, and The Tap City Youth Ensemble

We can’t wait to see you there!
We love you madly!

We’re so grateful for all of you who support the Duke Ellington Center for the Arts. We need the arts, and we need Duke now more than ever. So that we can continue to preserve the legacy of Duke Ellington through events like this one, please consider making a tax-deductible donation.

We love you madly!

Donate to DECFA

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