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B2: Hotlist! #48

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Greetings Community,

Can you believe that July is almost over, time sure has a way of moving along.  Well I’m happy and thrilled to announce that we are launching a brand new music series: Kevin-Anthony Presents “Storytellers….A Master Class”.  It will be a monthly series with some of our communities most outstanding vocalists.  Hosted by Billies Black in Harlem in a very acoustic setting whether you are an up coming vocalist or just enjoy great music this is the series for you.  When music is so over produced and Artists feel the need to utilize dancers and smoke machines etc these Artist will remind you of the craft when an Artist told a story through song.  It is an artform that we refuse to let die.  So save the date Friday, July 30th, 2010 for the launch of  “Storytellers….A Master Class”.  See info below.  In the meantime enjoy this and other great events happening in the upcoming weeks and I’ll  see you all behind the lights.

As Always,







Harlem Arts Alliance  



Konbit Pou Ayiti – This Saturday!


Harlem Stage event




Harlem Stage Unites for Haiti
Sat, Jul 17 · 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm


4:00 pm – Gates open, family activities, arts & crafts, DJ set

5:00 pm – Concert begins

Join us for this FREE outdoor event in celebration and support of Haiti and its relief efforts. The scope of the performances will range from the traditional to the contemporary and popular with artists Tabou Combo, Mika Benjamin, Eddy Francois, Ase Dance Collective, Emeline Michel with special guest Daniel Bernard Roumain, and Los Terrys whose music links traditions from Africa to the Caribbean. There will be a special tribute to dancer Benji Jolicoeur who passed away in the earthquake. Please bring pictures and materials to build a Tower of Power for Haiti.

(Please feel free to bring blankets as no chairs are allowed. Click “Learn More” for more information.)

Learn More…


http://www.harlemstage.org/Harlem Stage


The Riverside Theatre
Walk Tall Girl Productions
The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce
& Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group   


A Slave Ship rises out of the Hudson River in front of the Statue of Liberty, sending NYC into a frenzy. Daniel Beaty assumes forty diverse personalities as they collide in an intricately woven, urgent, and witty exploration of our shared humanity and what it means to be free.



Click HERE to buy tickets online
212-870-6784                                                          91 Claremont Avenue
Box Office Hours:                                                       above 120th Street
Thursday-Saturday:  4-8pm                             one block west of Broadway 
Sunday: 12-4pm                          take the 1 train to 116th St. or 125th St.







(Formerly Emergence-SEE!)





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