A watershed moment, a major milestone, recently took place on Broadway, with the orchestras of four major shows led under the batons of distinguished African-American music directors and conductors.
DanceAfrica at the Brooklyn Academy of Music always kicks off the beginning of the summer season just right.
“Holler If Ya Hear Me,” a musical at the Palace Theatre that closed this past summer, showcased the songs of Tupac Shakur. The lyrics were raw and described the most negative sides of life.
Behind the scenes look of SONG OF SOLOMON, a new musical created by Andrew Beall and Neil Van Leeuwen and directed by Broadway's Luis Salgado.
Strolling through Harlem with his signature dark shades and, long peppered silver goatee, DJ Hard Hittin Harry has become a staple in the neighborhood. Originally from Haiti, by way Montreal, New Jersey and Brooklyn, Harry has become known for skills behind the turntables. He’s currently the Wednesday night DJ at Red Rooster and a resident DJ at the world famous Apollo Theater. You can see what he has been up to on Instagram and find his music on SoundCloud.
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