Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concert: Attacca Quartet

November 18, 2017

December 3, 2017 4:00pm – 6:00pm “They may be a relatively young ensemble, but already they come very close to epitomizing the string quartet ideal,” wrote The Washington Post of the Attacca Quartet. The New York–based ensemble is known for its mastery of a vast range of repertoire that spans Haydn to John Adams. The … Continue reading

2017 NY ADIFF Opening Night – “The Last Revolutionary”

November 17, 2017

November 24, 2017 | 7:00pm – 10:00pm The Last Revolutionary-New York Premiere RED CARPET @ 6:00PM; Screening at 7:00pm. Discussion and VIP Reception after screening. Mac Perkins is in his Los Angeles throwback hideout, plotting to stop an attack from the far right and racist groups around the country. When his old ex-revolutionary buddy Jack Armstrong, … Continue reading

Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concert: Kiran Ahluwalia

November 17, 2017

December 1, 2017 – 7:30pm to 9:30pm JUNO Award–winning singer, Kiran Ahluwalia puts her personal stamp on the vocal traditions of India and Pakistan by infusing them with the guitar-driven blues of the Sahara and a dash of cutting-edge jazz. Her vocals are buoyed by her wonderfully eclectic band that is led by her husband, … Continue reading

LISTEN: MARC CARY AT NATIONAL JAZZ MUSEUM

November 17, 2017

Tuesday,  November 28th, 7:00PM, Marc Cary at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, 58 West 129th Street, just east of Lenox.  Music, dance, fellowship, and good times go hand in hand when Marc Cary’s at the piano. That loose, anything-goes spirit comes from the music itself – from Duke, Fats and others who created joyous community through jazz. Here, Cary summons that free-flowing camaraderie with a rare performance on Duke’s own piano, playing Ellington’s music and composing new music on the fly.  More details on the National Jazz Museum site: LINK

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LISTEN: MARC CARY AT NATIONAL JAZZ MUSEUM

November 17, 2017

Tuesday,  November 28th, 7:00PM, Marc Cary at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, 58 West 129th Street, just east of Lenox.  Music, dance, fellowship, and good times go hand in hand when Marc Cary’s at the piano. That loose, anything-goes spirit comes from the music itself – from Duke, Fats and others who created joyous community through jazz. Here, Cary summons that free-flowing camaraderie with a rare performance on Duke’s own piano, playing Ellington’s music and composing new music on the fly.  More details on the National Jazz Museum site: LINK

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DWELL: 429 WEST 146TH STREET REDUCED

November 17, 2017

Harlem Bespoke: Number 429 West 146th Street arrived on the market for $2 million in June and now has been reduced to $1.899 million.  As previously mentioned, one of the key points to the multi-family home is that it is just a block away from the…

DWELL: 429 WEST 146TH STREET REDUCED

November 17, 2017

Harlem Bespoke: Number 429 West 146th Street arrived on the market for $2 million in June and now has been reduced to $1.899 million.  As previously mentioned, one of the key points to the multi-family home is that it is just a block away from the…

SHOP: NEW LAUNDROMAT IN THE HEIGHTS

November 17, 2017

Harlem Bespoke: We walked by the long-abandoned storefront at the corner of 142nd Street and Hamilton Place which had a lot of construction going on this week.  There will apparently be a laundromat arriving to this part of Hamilton Heights and th…

SHOP: NEW LAUNDROMAT IN THE HEIGHTS

November 17, 2017

Harlem Bespoke: We walked by the long-abandoned storefront at the corner of 142nd Street and Hamilton Place which had a lot of construction going on this week.  There will apparently be a laundromat arriving to this part of Hamilton Heights and th…

SEE: AROUND HARLEM THIS WEEKEND

November 17, 2017

Keep it all uptown and help out Harlem’s great local businesses over the weekend.  Below is the Bespoke list of what is new and notable in the north neighborhoods to try out this upcoming weekend. Early holiday shopping at Sugar Hill Market o…