A 2-Day Festival of Music
Curated by Jason Moran
Saturday, September 27, 7pm (Concert)
Sunday, September 28, 3pm (Artist Talk) / 4pm (Concert)

DAY #1: Featuring AIR, Sextett and Cassandra Wilson with the Harriett Tubman band
Join us for a weekend festival with 30+ all-star musicians celebrating Henry Threadgill, one of the most original jazz composers of his generation and one of our greatest living composers. 

A 2-Day Festival of Music
Curated by Jason Moran
Saturday, September 27, 7pm (Concert)
Sunday, September 28, 3pm (Artist Talk) / 4pm (Concert)

DAY #2: Featuring Chamber, Very Very Circus, and
Society Situation Dance Band

Sunday begins with an intimate Dig Deeper conversation with Henry Threadgill and Jason Moran; then the festivities continue with another set of all-star musicians and a dance party.

Panelists: Meshell Ndegeocello,
Jocelyn Cooper, Rich Medina, and Guthrie Ramsey
Wednesday, October 8, 7:30pm

An extension of Harlem Stage’s popular Uptown Nights series, UPTOWN NIGHTS ROUNDTABLE: “Black Music Now,” brings together a cross-section of artists, scholars, journalists, and industry professionals to discuss topics pertinent to the state and future of black music.

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A Preview and Reception
Harlem Stage's opera, Makandal
Sunday, October 26, 7:30pm
The Guggenheim Museum

On October 26, the Guggenheim Museum will feature performance excerpts and music from the opera. The creative team: conceiver and writer Carl Hancock Rux, composer Yosvany Terry, visual artist Edouard Duval-Carrié and director Lars Jan will discuss their process and how the themes of migration, oppression, revolution and freedom, featured in Makandal, still resonate today.

What We Do


For 30 years Harlem Stage’s unique focus has been to identify visionary artists of color and support them by commissioning, presenting and producing their vital work that responds to the social and political conditions that shape our lives. » Read More

WaterWorks


WaterWorks, our signature commissioning program, serves as the umbrella for all Harlem Stage commissioned, produced and presented work. » Read More

The Gatehouse


The Harlem Stage Gatehouse, our award-winning home, is a very special, one-of-a-kind, 200 seat venue, where artists and audiences share an intimate experience at this historic landmark. » Read More

Dig Deeper


Harlem Stage’s Dig Deeper discussions are designed to provide audiences with the chance to interact with artists and performers, and take part in the creative process. » Read More