celebrate National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Jazz Master Cándido Camero on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of his first performance in the U.S.
The 2016 Colour of Music Festival embarks upon an ambitious and stunning array of international classical musical motifs solidifying its place as the largest black classical music organization ever organized as it continues to draw inspiration from the grandfather of black classical music, Le Chevalier de Saint-Georges.
The snow-packed gems of the Sundance Film Festival will thaw in the summer heat of downtown LA with Sundance NEXT FEST, August 12-14 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles.
What is it about Rhythm and Blues that makes me feel some kind of way? Drawing on its rich patchwork of historical genres evolving into popular music, the best comes from relaying to the audience some fabric of emotional truth – a heartbreak, a regret, a longing, a sadness.
“Ask Your Mama: Twelve Moods for Jazz” featuring the Ron McCurdy Quartet at Dillard High School April 9
The Dillard Center for the Arts and the Old Dillard Museum present a musical tribute to the legendary poet, Langston Hughes, featuring the Ron McCurdy Quartet.
Turin, city of art, culture, great museums and gastronomic delights and in a process of deep architectural and urban transformation, this year again offers a wide range of cultural events of great artistic and touristic value.
This fall, the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), New York’s premiere French cultural center, invites kids of all ages and their families to two new editions of its popular Family Saturdays, with a thrilling musical performance, inspiring workshops, spellbinding storytelling, an uproarious film screening, and more.
Musician, composer, bandleader and educator, Dr. Pascal Bokar Thiam, was overwhelmed by the extraordinary success that his book received upon first publication.
In Fine Style is the first solo retrospective of Wilfred Limonious (1949–99), one of Jamaica’s most prolific illustrators and designers, and father of what has become known as ‘dancehall art’.
This summer, the National Black Arts Festival (NBAF) continues its 27-year tradition of offering stellar artistic and educational programs in music, dance, film, visual arts, theater and literary arts and of attracting audiences and participants from the region and around the world to Atlanta.