International Women’s Day: Performance Practice Across Generations – Candice Hoyes and Dr. Farah Jasmine Griffin

Jazz artist and archivist Candice Hoyes, a frequent Jazz at Lincoln Center lecturer joins acclaimed scholar and author Dr. Farah Jasmine Griffin to discuss the multi-layered legacy of Black jazz artists and their interdisciplinary modes of creating music and establishing their performance practice across generations. This rare conversation is a prelude to Candice’s performance on March 14 at The Public Theater co-sponsored by the National Jazz Museum, and delves into her latest album, Blue Lagoon Woman, which features Joel Ross, Val Jeanty, Keyon Harrold and other jazz vanguard. 

Tue, Mar 08
7:00 pm

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