Music

Classical. Not Dead.

Classical. Not Dead.

If you believe that classical music is dead, you may be right. Just not in the way that you think. Unless you're connecting classical music to the border of Harlem and Washington Heights, on the grounds of Trinity Church Cemetery. We're talking about the Crypt...

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Because of the Bronx

The title of this piece means more than you probably understand or know of. For that reason, our trips North are very important to us and all events that we cover -- especially music. While we all know about Jennifer Lopez and the 6 train, the Bronx is so much more....

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This. Is. BoomBox.

This. Is. BoomBox.

When we think of a jam band, we think of Phish or Grateful Dead. When we think of a bowling alley, we think of a basement venue in a suburban shopping center with lots of lanes, fluorescent lights, cheap beer and crappy food. Last weekend, we flipped all of that...

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Generous Beauty

Generous Beauty

Her name says it all. In Japanese, the name Hiromi, which by the way can be given to males or females, means Generous Beauty.  And that is what we experienced (again) at the Blue Note when we Hiromi Uehara took the floor.  As suspected, the venue was bustling and...

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A Quiet Genius

A Quiet Genius

The country of origin is Japan. The neighborhood is Greenwich Village. The venue is legendary. What else could we possibly be talking about? With the locality known for it, the obvious event we're talking about involves jazz. In the heart of the streets lined with...

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