At this special edition of the Hotel Henry Jazz Concert Series presented by JazzBuffalo, we join in association with international vocalist and community leader Drea d’Nur in a 9/11 Remembrance Concert. The evening will be a time for using the power of music for spiritual reflection and remembrance on a day that was seared in the memory of us all.
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“The Schomburg Center’s Annual Women's Jazz Festival, in honor of Women’s History Month, features some of the best-known and unsung female performers in jazz today. The 2019 festival is slated for each Monday in March – March 4, 11, 18 and 25.
Join us for the opening night performance Dear Nina: a sonic love letter to Nina Simone with Drea d'Nur & Strings by Rootstock Republic.
Power, poise and passion reign supreme in this pairing of voice and strings that celebrates the legendary-and at times uncharted-cannon of Nina Simone. Drea d'Nur (Vocalist/Pianist) accompanied by a 6-piece string ensemble, courtesy of Rootstock Republic: LIVE, share center stage in this uniquely intimate and newly orchestrated songbook of Nina's Love Songs, Blues and Protest Music.”
ICNYU is excited to announce our next Healing through the Arts program, Healing Songs in Beautiful Places with Drea d' Nur. Healing Songs in Beautiful Spaces a sound movement workshop that explores the power of sound in intimate healing circles.
Music has been used as a tool for expression and healing throughout our history. Join us as we spend an evening exploring the power of song. RSVP HERE.
On Saturday, May 5 we celebrate the many people who have worked on the Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center over the past ten years.
Join us for a buffet dinner and program, including keynote speaker Alan Spears, Cultural Resources Director at the National Parks Conservation Association and a musical performance by singer and songwriter Drea d’Nur and a chance to see the newly opened Heritage Center during its opening weekend. Black tie optional.
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Join us as songstress Drea D`Nur performs in concert at the Montante Cultural Center on Canisius' Campus!
The event is open to the public and is being offered in celebration of 50 years of the Afro American Society on campus.