Sizzling salsa and Latin jazz, straight from El Barrio! Fresh off a 2018 Grammy® win, the Spanish Harlem Orchestra comes to the Parker Playhouse in celebration of their 15th anniversary. This powerhouse, 13-member group will perform music from their 2018 album, Anniversary, as well as past favorites, promising a lively evening of fiery salsa rhythms. The all-star salsa big band demonstrates why they are the “the leading light of the salsa reconstruction movement” (Newsday) by doing what they do best: hard-hitting, no-holds-barred New York salsa that is both contemporary and reverent to its rich musical history.
Nu Deco is back at The Citadel with for a night of music by Steven Freund, Caroline Shaw, and Jonathan Bailey Holland, a special collaboration with the eclectic indie-ensemble Hurray for the Riff Raff featuring Alynda Seggara, and … +
Multi-Grammy winner, John Daversa, is one of the leading forces of large ensemble jazz today. Composed of the world’s finest musicians, Daversa’s Large Jazz Orchestra explores the vast catalog of The Beatles through Daversa’s imaginative, … +
Black Violin is composed of classically trained violist and violinist Wil B. and Kev Marcus who combine their classical training and and hip-hop influences to create a distinctive multi-genre sound often described as “a classical … +
The Everly Brothers got back together for a reunion concert in 1983 after a decade of not speaking to each other. Though surprising, there was no doubt that this reconciliation concert, held for sentimental reasons … +
The most important innovator in jazz was saxophonist Charlie Parker, born in 1920. His centennial will be celebrated by an all-star band of exponents of his music. There is only one individual who unquestionably revolutionized … +