EMPD celebrated their 30th anniversary as a group in Crotona Park in the Bronx as part of the SummerStage Concert Series.
New York City’s longest-running house band, Harlem’s own Sugar Hill Quartet (with a very special guest) will co-headline While We Are Still Here’s 4th Annual Sugar Hill Music Festival
John Coltrane and his classic quartet still have unissued music to offer 21st-century listeners.
The Harlem Jazz Boxx Series is the most reflective series of jazz in the community on Tuesdays from noon–2 p.m. ($15); and Fridays from 7 p.m.–9 p.m. ($20), at the Greater Calvary Baptist Church, 43-55 West 124th Street.
“One of the things that kids in Cuba do,” London-based artist Jessica Angel explains, “is that within the school system, they regularly have classes in museums.
Summer is not summer unless New York hosts the annual One Africa Global weekend! Africa’s biggest musical artists converge on the Big Apple to show up and show out.
On Aug. 8, Bronx Music Heritage Center at 1303 Louis Nine Blvd., will present its new series New Voices in Latin Music, at 7 p.m. New Bojaira (Bo-hi-ra) blends jazz improvisation with flamenco rhythms and singing to create a combination ...
Queens native, rapper and entrepreneur Nas has released a new collection of music titled “The Lost Tapes 2” (Mass Appeal/Def Jam.
Fela! The Concert
Summertime for jazz lovers offers as many opportunities to see great outdoor concerts and festivals as birds chirping their favorite songs.
The global success of rapper Lil Nas X's hip hop country song "Old Town Road" should not be a surprise to anyone.
When the venerable pianist and composer Barry Harris spreads out a carpet of chords, signaling the tune “Billie’s Bounce,” his bandmates know intuitively how to shape their solos.
These opening weeks for Jazzmobile are a testimony to why the nonprofit organization has maintained its reputation as the best jazz Summerfest in the Big Apple.
This spring, Johannesburg, South Africa will groove to the organic rhythms of jazz as the city celebrates the 22nd Standard Bank Joy of Jazz festival from Sept. 26-28.
The Afro-Latino Festival celebrated its seventh year this past weekend, July 12 and 13, with two days of music, talks, food and dance hosted by City Point/Albee Square and the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership.