Harlem Stage announced its 2018 Spring Performing Arts Season, featuring a range of music, film, spoken word, dance, and numerous Free Performances!
Here is an exciting Spring schedule. Check it out & get your tickets before your favorites are sold out.
January 16 ~ Ella: A Centennial Celebration
January 27 ~ The SHED All-Stars Grammy Week Edition
February 2 ~ Repertorio Español: La Canción
March 6 ~ Lena Horne at 100
March 9 ~ Carnegie Hall 1960s Project
March 27 ~ Stretch Music Intensive ~ A free immersive workshop with Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah and his ensemble as part of the Stretch Music Residency, hosted by Manhattan School of Music.
March 27 ~ Imani Uzuri: Hush Arbor Concert
March 28 ~ Stretch Music X Film
March 29 ~ Jazz Then & Now
March 30 ~ Uptown Nights on Friday
March 31 ~ Uptown Nights on Saturday
May 2 ~ E-Moves on Wednesday
May 3 ~ E-Moves on Thursday
May 4 ~ E-Moves on Friday
May 5 ~ E-Moves on Saturday
May 12 ~ Swing OUT: A DJ Dance Party
May 17 ~ Carnegie Hall: Dr. Lonnie Smith
May 21 ~ Spring Gala
June 9 ~ A Luv Tale: The Series & The Film
Highlighting what’s FREE below:
Repertorio Español’s “LA CANCIÓN THE MUSICAL.” “La Canción” is the humorous and refreshing story of Rafa, a young man from The Bronx with a passion for music. Rafa tells his story through an amalgam of musical genres from Rap to tropical tunes like Salsa, Merengue and Bachata.”
The Stretch Music Intensive” is a FREE immersive workshop for all music students, lovers of music, and emerging musicians. Join Edison Award-winning and Grammy-nominated trumpeter, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah and his incredible ensemble, as part of The Stretch Music Residency with today’s most creative improvisers.
On April 4, join Harlem Stage for a FREE musical, visual and movement celebration of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King as a civil-rights leader and humanitarian, on the 50thanniversary of his assassination.
Later in the season, NEA Jazz Master Dr. Lonnie Smith will present a memorable FREE jazz performance “HARLEM Stride Jazz Now.” With a career spanning over five decades, Smith stands as the preeminent Hammond B-3 organist in jazz today. He has been featured on over seventy albums, and has recorded and performed with a virtual “Who’s Who” of the greatest jazz, blues and R&B giants in the industry. Presented in collaboration with Carnegie Hall’s Neighborhood Concerts.
To close out the Spring 2018 season, join Harlem Stage for a FREE screening of “A Luv Tale,” an edgy romantic comedy set in culturally rich and historic Harlem. The film examines friendship between four beautiful and cultural lesbians of color navigating their complex lives through a world of art, music, consciousness and love. This special Pride program is part film screening, part conversation and part uptown hang.
See you there!