Benefit Concert w. Paquita D’Rivera to Support BAE’s Arts Education Programs in Bronx Public Schools
Photo by AMNH, R. Mickens
Honoring the 70th year of a Cuban music legend, Bronx Arts Ensemblewelcomes acclaimed virtuoso clarinet and sax player of Paquito D’Rivera. a winner of fourteen GRAMMY Awards, celebrated for his artistry in Latin jazz and achievements as a classical composer. Paquito is also the first artist to win Latin GRAMMYs in both Classical and Latin Jazz categories for Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldatand Brazilian Dreams with New York Voices.
Date: 11/12/2017 Time: 12:30pm Venue: The Public Theater (425 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10003) Ticket: $20 (for two couples comp tickets are available. Please mail your names to firstname.lastname@example.org) Genre: World/Chanson/French trad.
Since they first got together in 1982, in a tiny village near Angiers, France,Lo’Jo have been one of the most eclectic, eccentric and mesmerizing musical collectives that Europe has ever produced. Like their British contemporaries, The Mekons, Lo’Jo are globetrotting legends and musical shapeshifters who’ve gone through many incarnations, and they’ve incorporated theater and visual art into their music since the beginning.
The 22nd Annual Vision Festival presents the world’s premier talents in Free Jazz music, dance, poetry, and visual art. Arts for Art is proud to honor multi-instrumentalist Cooper-Moore with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his uncompromising artistic vision over the past four decades.