It was a long way to the top for the first black artist to hit No.1 on the UK classical chart.
Noah Stewart was in London preparing for his Covent Garden debut when he got the news. “My manager called me and said, ‘Noah, you went number one.’ Continue reading
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Tagged Bobby McFerrin, Carnegie Hall, comprimario, Don José, Frank Sinatra, Harlem, Leontyne Price, Mario Lanza, New Yorker, Race and ethnicity in the United States Census, Willard White
By Walter Rutledge
This weekend has a variety of art events throughout the city. We have Jazz in Lincoln Center, art and soul uptown and an old favorite on Broadway. Here are a few of the many events happening in our community and around the city. Continue reading
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Tagged Bobby McFerrin, Bristro Chez Lucienne, Caribbean: Crossroads of the World, Greg Banks, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Ronald K. Brown, Studio Museum in Harlem, The Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, The Richard Rodgers Theatre, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Time Warner Center, Walter Rutledge, Walter's World: