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Apollo Theater Announces Winter/Spring Programming for 2013

December 19, 2012 Leave a comment

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Tongues of Fire Choir Featuring Amiri Baraka, Abiodun Oyewole (Last Poets) Black Thought (The Roots), Rakim Presented as Part of “Blink Your Eyes: Sekou Sundiata Revisited”

 

“Breakin’ Convention” Hip-Hop Dance Theater Festival Makes Its American Debut

 

Apollo Club Harlem, a New Apollo Production,

Featuring Maurice Hines and Dee Dee Bridgewater

 

“Ask Your Mama,” a Collaboration with the Manhattan School of Music and Soprano Jessye Norman

 

Education Program Launches Live Wire Series and Continues Career Development Master Classes and Events with Nona Hendryx and

Mark Anthony Neal

 

Africa Now, a Collaboration with World Music Institute presents a festival featuring Blitz the Ambassador, Nneka, Freshly Ground and Lokua Kanza

 

The Apollo celebrates Broadway with Leslie Uggams in her critically acclaimed one-woman musical “Uptown Downtown”

 

Amateur Night, Salon Series, and Apollo Music Café Return as Signature Series

 

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Apollo Announces New Apollo Club Harlem Program

November 19, 2012 1 comment

The Apollo Theater Presents

Apollo Club Harlem

Maurice Hines to Host, Direct and Choreograph New Production

 

Grammy Award Winning Jazz Icon Dee Dee Bridgewater, Cecile Salvant, Storyboard P and Dormeshia to Star In All-New Revue That Celebrates the Apollo’s Golden Age

 

Apollo Theater to Be Transformed into Classic Harlem Nightclub

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Monday, February 18, 2013

Friday, February 22, 2013

 Saturday, February 23, 2013

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Chaka Khan in Concert…Kennedy Center…United Nations…Howard Theatre…Music Icons Sheds 60 Pounds…Discuss Health and More

May 10, 2012 1 comment

Image Hosted by ImageShack.usTen-time GRAMMY® Award-winner Chaka Khan joined David Foster and Friends at the Kennedy Center Spring Gala in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, May 6, to raise money for arts education. Foster’s other “friends” included singers Jewel and Peter Cincotti, along with trumpeter Chris Botti, violinist Caroline Campbell, soprano Angel Blue and a multicultural group of new and developing artists. Chaka performed “Through the Fire,” “I’m Every Woman,” and the newly penned “The Promise That We Make,” which she performed for the finale with all performers and 40 wives of military servicemen. Read more…

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