We are back with our Harlem Speaks on the Road series! Join us for a discussion hosted by our Senior Scholar, Loren Schoenberg as he interviews New York jazz & blues vocalist, Antoinette Montague and discusses her legacy.
Vocalist/radio host Antoinette Montague is highly respected as a New York jazz and blues performer. She also hosts the weekly, three-hour “Jazz Woman to the Rescue!” radio show on WHCR 90.3 FM, The Voice of Harlem, based at the City College of New York. Her show includes live interviews with artists who keep jazz, blues and beyond category music alive. Montague focuses on artists who represent the three E’s: Emerging, Established and Elder Statespersons, exploring ways they can support and sustain each other.
This program is made possible with support from Humanities New York.
St Nicholas Older Adult Center; 210 West 131st St, New York, NY
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