Stories with 'live music' tag

Anoushka Shankar

A singular world music pioneer, the Indian sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar has expanded her famous father Ravi Shankar’s legacy of crossing cultural and musical borders, with six GRAMMY® nominations and collaborations with the world’s leading classical orchestras and pop artists as diverse as Sting, M.I.A., Herbie Hancock, and her half-sister Norah Jones.

/ December 28, 2018

Martha Redbone’s Bone Hill – The Concert

Americana singer-songwriter Martha Redbone drew on the story of her own Kentucky family for this theatrical song cycle exploring the fraught, hidden history of African-Americans and Native Americans in Appalachia. Created with partner Aaron Whitby for New York’s renowned Joe’s Pub and the Public Theater, Bone Hill – The Concert ranges from Cherokee chants to […]

/ November 30, 2018

Christopher Dean Band

A veteran blues group honed by constant touring, the Christopher Dean Band plays originals, classic blues and R&B favorites by the likes of BB King and Marvin Gaye, with soul, swing and crackling musicianship.

/ November 30, 2018

Isle Of Klezbos

The superb, all-female Isle of Klezbos’ genre-and gender-bending takes on klezmer, the exuberant, hornand-fiddle powered, old world Jewish-fusion dance music, have been heard on CBS Sunday Morning and Showtime’s The L Word and hailed as “brilliant, intense, eclectic… deliriously fun” (New York Music Daily).

/ November 30, 2018


Celebrate Black History Month and let your spirits soar with GospelFest, an inspirational afternoon of music for the soul. Featuring nationally known gospel artists and beloved performers from South Florida’s faith and community ensembles.

/ November 29, 2018

Sultans Of String

The globe hopping ensemble Sultans of String combines Celtic, flamenco, Middle Eastern, gypsy jazz and Cuban music for a fiery, infectious sound that has earned them multiple awards in their native Canada and performances with world music stars The Chieftans, Ruben Blades and Sweet Honey in the Rock.

/ November 29, 2018

Seraphic Fire: African American Spirituals

Soar with Seraphic Fire’s soul-stirring performance of African-American spirituals, as South Florida’s premiere classical vocal group explores the rich tradition, solemn power and exhilarating emotion of America’s first true concert music.

/ November 29, 2018

Bria Skonberg Quartet

Incandescent young singer, songwriter and trumpeter Bria Skonberg has been called the “shining hope of hot jazz” (New York Times) and one of the “most versatile and imposing musicians of her generation” (Wall Street Journal). Her irresistibly silky voice, sophisticated musicianship, and mix of jazz classics and engaging originals have seduced jazz cognoscenti and audiences around the world.

/ November 29, 2018

Mdou Moctar

Mdou Moctar is poised to become the next big guitar hero in African Tuareg music, following in the footsteps of Tinariwen and Bombino, his fellow countryman. Mdou Moctar hails from Niger in West Africa. After underground success with his first release, the psychedelic Anar he was featured on the Sahel Sounds compilation Music from Saharan Cellphones and has gone […]

/ January 8, 2019

Live In Central Park (Revisited): Simon & Garfunkel, Feat. Johnny Rodgers & Lee Lessack

A re-creation of Simon & Garfunkel’s iconic 1981 concert in New York’s Central Park. Veteran Broadway singers and entertainers Johnny Rogers and Lee Lessack, who’ve collaborated with the likes of Liza Minnelli and Michael Feinstein, will perform the legendary duo’s full set list, including classics like “Still Crazy After All These Years” and “Bridge Over […]

/ November 28, 2018