Selections from the 150 Greatest Albums Made by Women featuring Ronnie Spector, Nona Hendryx, Lizzo, Gaby Moreno, Alynda Segarra, and TORRES
Rickie Lee Jones performs Pirates
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Competitive Double Dutch returns to the plazas of Lincoln Center and we’re throwing a party! Learn More
The long-running Roots of American Music Weekend returns to close the 2017 edition of Out of Doors. Learn More
A Celebration of Chuck Berry
A longtime member of the P-funk family and an integral 21st-century voice of its legacy, Kendra Foster also co-wrote eight songs on D’Angelo’s Grammy Award–winning album Black Messiah. In the past few years she’s stepped into the spotlight as a solo artist of magnetic power. With smoky vocals, jazz-cut melodies, and high-end, neo-soul production, Foster wields a vast musical vocabulary, spanning jazz, funk, soul, R&B, hip-hop, rock, and electronica, with singular sophistication.
“Foster's music brings fresh nuances to the funk and soul of the Seventies.”
Friday, August 11 at 7:00 pm
Angélique Kidjo’s Remain in Light/Ibibio Sound Machine
Miguel Atwood-Ferguson: Suite for Ma Dukes
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