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Attention jazz lovers: Flushing Town Hall premieres a new location for the Neo Hot Club movement. What is a Hot Club? Starting in the 1930s, Hot Clubs were a sort of book club for Jazz listening — where fans would get together and play records for each other. The phenomenon started in France and spread to the US, and Hot Clubs were very popular through the 1930s and 1940s. Today, the Neo Hot …
Monthly Jazz is open to jazz students, musicians, and music educators — with jams that are a fun way to hone your skills and play with your peers. The house band led by saxophonist Carol Sudhalter opens each jam with the work of Louis Armstrong. All are welcome, regardless of instrument — vocalists, too! Don’t play? Come listen!
Celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, with this all-ages festival and dance party, featuring Kathak classical dancer Abha Roy and Basement Bhangra’s DJ Rekha. Each artist will introduce you to her form and invite you to learn traditional Kathak dance moves and bhangra folk dances mixed with hip-hop. Then hit the dance floor! Also join us for cooking workshops, and henna painting, with Indian …
Five NEA Jazz Masters— the nation’s highest honor for living jazz musicians — Slide Hampton, Barry Harris, Jimmy Cobb, Jimmy Heath, and Jimmy Owens are joined by veteran bassist Paul West.
From Zhou Xuan to Michael Jackson, from Jay Chou to Beyonce, this concert brings popular culture of the East and West together on one stage. Selections range from 1930s Shanghai vintage style to Billboard Top 100 tracks from 2018. Pop, jazz, rock, and classical twists of songs are performed by Feifei Yang, Erhu; Dongfeng Liu on keys, Tore Tao on bass, and Curtis Graham Nowosad on drums.
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