The Director’s Cut: The Look of Jazz w/ Tyson Hall and Anita Bryant

The National Jazz Museum in Harlem and Sol Media Plus present The Director’s Cut: The Look of Jazz, featuring the visual art of Tyson Hall and music by Emanual Casablanca and Daniel Simmons.

Emanual Casablanca, A Brooklyn-born multi-instrumentalist, has toured the world as a vocalist and lead guitarist for several major players. His latest album Blood On My Hands has is a star-studded roller coaster of a ride that delivers a powder keg of emotion.  His eclectic mix of jazz, blues, rock and poetry is an intensely personal energy that you’ve not likely encountered before.

Daniel Simmons is a classically trained violist with a focus on chamber music and orchestral performance. A graduate of Juilliard, Daniel has performed in some of the most prestigious music programs including Heifetz International Institute of Music, Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Orchestra of The United States of America, just to name a few.
This evening will be hosted by Harlem’s own Tyson Hall, actor/artist from the hit TV show Raising Kanan on Starz network.
Hall, along with Anita Bryant, will hold a conversation with both musical artists.  In addition, the Museum will be showcasing Tyson Hall’s fine art and a limited edition fashion line.
This is a night you won’t want to miss.
Fri, Feb 24
6:00 pm

National Jazz Museum in Harlem

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