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.
#VivaBrasil-Brazilian music legend returns to the Arsht Center with a new album, Gilbertos Samba, and tour!
The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County is proud to present seven-time Grammy Award winner, singer, guitarist, composer and cultural ambassador GILBERTO GIL as part of its 2014-2015 Live at Knight Series.
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) launches WAVES, a series of commissioned performances that feature musicians collaborating with artists across fields of dance, video and visual art.
Jazzanooga announced today that Take 6, Gretchen Parlato, Eric Roberson, JazzReach, bassist Alan Hampton and more will headline the annual music festival, scheduled for April, 2015.
American Opera Projects (AOP) and The Harlem School of the Arts present Independence Eve, a new chamber opera in three scenes that explores the troubled journey of race relations in America.
14 years after releasing the hit record Voodoo , musician D’Angelo gives the world his latest project ” Black Messiah”. We have been waiting for a new release from the washboard ab performer for quite some time now, and what he dropped today gives us a taste of ( and it was clearly worth the wait) what to expect on this project.
Idris Elba shared a few tracks from his music project Mi Mandela featuringSouth African artists. This album was inspired by his time shooting the film Mandela:
The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County is proud to present the South Florida premiere of critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter SOLANGE.
‘Da Banda’s, Kuduro superstars plan to make history when they descend on clubbers paradise Ibiza for the first time. Originating from Angola, Eddy Sex, Fogo de Deus, Manda Chuva and DJ’s Ketchup, Satelite and Silyvi ‐ a troupe of Kuduro musicians, dancers and DJ’s under the Da Banda umbrella, will showcase their vibrant mix of Kuduro, Afrobeats, Electronica and Kizomba at the International Music Summit Grande Finale on May 22, Savannah’s on May 24 and Sands on May 25.