Miggy Augmented Orchestra Sunday, May 5 at 6:00 p.m. (Doors open at 5:00 p.m.) Birdland Jazz Club – 315 W. 44th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues) Admission: $30 Composer and pianist Migiwa Miyajima takes the stage to lead Miggy Augmented Orchestra, her 17-piece jazz orchestra that showcases her vibrant, original compositions. Miyajima’s music reflects the complexities and hues of her own journey, while her … Continue reading Miggy Augmented Orchestra Returns to Birdland
In the early 1940s, Duke Ellington implored us to “Take the ‘A’ Train” to Sugar Hill in Harlem. If you take it a few more stops to 181st Street, you’ll come upon the Fort Washington Collegiate Church, where you can hear the Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra perform monthly concerts that go beyond the typical classical music fare of the Three B’s: Beethoven, Bach, and Brahms. … Continue reading “A Thousand Cranes” Offers a Taste of the Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra’s Diverse Programming
A Thousand Cranes – Featuring Tampopo Ramen Saturday, February 23 from 3:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. Fort Washington Collegiate Church – 729 W. 181st Street (between Fort Washington Avenue and Magaw Place) Admission: Free Led by music director Chris Whittaker, the strings of the WHCO come together to perform music inspired by Japan and Japanese American composers. Kenji Bunch’s “Supermaximum” opens the program, a work … Continue reading Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra and Tampopo Ramen Present “A Thousand Cranes”
Have you ever wanted to hear music from your favorite Capcom video game titles played live by a full orchestra? Then you’re in luck! The official Capcom Live concert tour, produced by Boston-based producer/composer/musician Shota Nakama, is on the road. Unlike the other orchestral-format video game concerts, Capcom Live features a high-energy rock band, vocalists, and full orchestra performing the incredible symphonic rock arrangements of some … Continue reading CAPCOM LIVE! Capcom Official Live Concert Tour Makes a Stop at Irving Plaza June 9th!
Grammy-nominated Japanese composer and pianist to make Birdland debut Continue reading Miggy Augmented Jazz Orchestra