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Spring 2012 | An Intimate Evening with Cecil Taylor In the spring of 2012, Harlem Stage presented "An Intimate Evening with Cecil Taylor," where the late pianist performed to a spellbound audience, dazzling them with his incomparable talent.
Fall 2019 | Nona Hendryx and Disciples of Sun Ra in the Temple (Extended) Watch an excerpt from Nona Hendrxy and Disciples of Sun Ra in the Temple, a multi-sensory tribute to Afrofuturism pioneer, Sun Ra, and part of a yearlong, citywide celebration of his legacy. Featuring rock goddess, Nona Hendryx, avant-garde trombonist, Craig ...
Celebrating Harlem Stage Hosted by award-winning Broadway, television & film actor, LaChanze, producer, director, and award-winning actor, Tamara Tunie, and award-nominated, rising Broadway actor, Celia Rose Gooding.​
Featuring new and archival performances by Nona Hendryx, José James, Jason Moran, and more. With appearances ...
Fall 2019 | Uptown Nights: Maimouna Youssef AKA Mumu Fresh's Healing Concert (Extended) Friday, October 18, 2019
Maimouna performed alongside her mother, Grandmother Walks on Water at Harlem Stage on October 18, 2019, as apart of our Uptown Night Series. "Mama Walks On Water," as many call her, is the fourth generation of ...
Managing Director James King And The Cultivation of Leaders In The Arts Managing Director of Harlem Stage, James King, shares with you why the support of Harlem Stage is the support of new leaders within the arts. Harlem Stage's fellowships provide an opportunity to people of color, from all around the country ...
Fall 2019 Uptown Nights: Mumu Fresh "Healing Concert" This timely healing concert will leave you transformed and uplifted. Baltimore native Maimouna Youssef is of Choctaw, African American, and Muslim heritage who was born into a family of exceptional artists deeply rooted in healing, spirituality and activism. Joined by ...
Marking Time Dr. Nicole R. Fleetwood discusses her new book, 'Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration' with three artists, activists, and formally incarcerated women, Mary Baxter, Asia Johnson and Michelle Jones, who use their art to resist the dehumanization ...
Weedie Braimah Shows Harlem Stage Some Love Ghanian djembe master, Weedie Braimah, supports Harlem Stage and the work that we do. Performing here multiple times with his ensemble and as part of award-winning Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah's ensemble, Weedie shares his thoughts on the impact Harlem Stage ...
College and Career Preparatory Institute's Charles Thompson Thanks Harlem Stage Founder of Sound Business, Inc., Charles Thompson runs the College and Career Preparatory Institute (CCPI), based at West Harlem's A. Philip Randolph Campus High School. CCPI provides students with programming after the school day, such as performing arts programs, strategy ...
Fall 2015 | Cecil Taylor Tribute: Jason Moran MacArthur Fellow Jason Moran celebrates the late Cecil Taylor at Harlem Stage's tribute to the pianist and poet. Jason Moran was joined at this tribute with additional performances from the late Geri Allen, Henry Threadgill, and the late Henry Grimes.

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