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#Quote - Not too slow, not too fast. Kind of like half-fast.....Louis Armstrong ... See MoreSee Less

#Quote - Not too slow, not too fast. Kind of like half-fast.....Louis Armstrong

Carnegie Hall Citywide: Jayme Stone's Folklife

June 21, 2019 12:00pm

Jayme Stone bridges folk, jazz, and chamber music as he celebrates the banjo’s historic role in music around the world. Stone is an eclectic musician who has performed with such diverse artists as Malian kora master Mansa Sissoko (a recorded collaboration that earned Canada’s JUNO Award), former Carolina Chocolate Drop Dom Flemons, and other performers from a wide range of genres. Jayme Stone’s Folklife—featuring his band of vocals, accordion, fiddle, and bass—shines new light on traditional songs from the Georgia Sea Islands, Creole calypsos, Appalachian dance tunes, and more.

Free Event

Performers
Jayme Stone’s Folklife
·· Jayme Stone, Banjo and Voice
·· Moira Smiley, Voice and Accordion
·· Sumaia Jackson, Fiddle and Voice
·· Joe Phillips, Bass and Voice

More Info: bitly.com/2HaSfoc

Location
Bryant Park
41 West 40th Street
New York NY 10018 US
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Carnegie Hall Citywide: Jayme Stones Folklife

June 21, 2019 12:00pm

Jayme Stone bridges folk, jazz, and chamber music as he celebrates the banjo’s historic role in music around the world. Stone is an eclectic musician who has performed with such diverse artists as Malian kora master Mansa Sissoko (a recorded collaboration that earned Canada’s JUNO Award), former Carolina Chocolate Drop Dom Flemons, and other performers from a wide range of genres. Jayme Stone’s Folklife—featuring his band of vocals, accordion, fiddle, and bass—shines new light on traditional songs from the Georgia Sea Islands, Creole calypsos, Appalachian dance tunes, and more.

Free Event

Performers
Jayme Stone’s Folklife
·· Jayme Stone, Banjo and Voice 
·· Moira Smiley, Voice and Accordion
·· Sumaia Jackson, Fiddle and Voice 
·· Joe Phillips, Bass and Voice

More Info: http://bitly.com/2HaSfoc 

Location
Bryant Park 
41 West 40th Street
New York NY 10018 US

6/16/1914: Louis Armstrong, nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an African-American jazz trumpeter, singer, and an influential figure in jazz music, was released from the Colored Waif's Home for Boys #onthidsay bitly.com/2VbRUWf #otd #LouisArmstrong #Satchmo #Pops ... See MoreSee Less

6/16/1914: Louis Armstrong, nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an African-American jazz trumpeter, singer, and an influential figure in jazz music, was released from the Colored Waifs Home for Boys #onthidsay http://bitly.com/2VbRUWf #otd #LouisArmstrong #Satchmo #Pops

Harlem Jazz Series - Art Baron

June 25, 2019 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Arthur Baron is a trombonist, multi-instrumentalist and composer. His defining work was with Duke Ellington, where he toured and recorded from 1973 – 1974. He has worked with a host of luminaries, including Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, BB King, and Cab Calloway. In 2006 he was a member of Bruce Springsteen’s Seeger Sessions Band, touring Europe and the US. There he performed on trombone, sousaphone, penny whistles & mandolin. He has received several commissions, including Jazz at Lincoln Center. Art has been deeply involved with education, conducting workshop/clinics and guest appearances with a variety of age groups from pre-school to colleges and universities. In addition, Art was featured nightly as a soloist in the Broadway hit, AFTER MIDNIGHT, bringing his Ellington expertise to the production. Currently, he leads The Duke's Men, an ensemble of Ellington alumni, and is a mainstay at The Bowery Poetry Club in New York City, with his group Art Baron & Friends. Today, Art’s

Musicians - Art Baron – trombone

House doors open 11:30am

1st set 12 – 12:45pm; 2nd set 1 – 1:45pm
Email: info@welcometoharlem.com
Phone: 212-662-7779

More Info: bitly.com/2crOhZz

Location
Greater Calvary Baptist Church
43-55 West 124th Street btwn Malcolm X Blvd and Fifth Ave
New York NY 10027 US
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Harlem Jazz Series - Art Baron

June 25, 2019 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Arthur Baron is a trombonist, multi-instrumentalist and composer. His defining work was with Duke Ellington, where he toured and recorded from 1973 – 1974. He has worked with a host of luminaries, including Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, BB King, and Cab Calloway. In 2006 he was a member of Bruce Springsteen’s Seeger Sessions Band, touring Europe and the US. There he performed on trombone, sousaphone, penny whistles & mandolin. He has received several commissions, including Jazz at Lincoln Center. Art has been deeply involved with education, conducting workshop/clinics and guest appearances with a variety of age groups from pre-school to colleges and universities. In addition, Art was featured nightly as a soloist in the Broadway hit, AFTER MIDNIGHT, bringing his Ellington expertise to the production. Currently, he leads The Dukes Men, an ensemble of Ellington alumni, and is a mainstay at The Bowery Poetry Club in New York City, with his group Art Baron & Friends. Today, Art’s 

Musicians - Art Baron – trombone

House doors open 11:30am

1st set 12 – 12:45pm; 2nd set 1 – 1:45pm 
Email: info@welcometoharlem.com
Phone: 212-662-7779

More Info: http://bitly.com/2crOhZz 

Location
Greater Calvary Baptist Church 
43-55 West 124th Street btwn Malcolm X Blvd and Fifth Ave
New York NY 10027 US

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