Tuesday, March 19, 2013

☞ SEE: Harlem's Black & Jewish Music Culture

Sharing a Stage Uptown from Jewish Daily Forward on Vimeo.

Harlem's Black & Jewish Music Culture 1890-1930 at Ristorante Settepani, 196 Lenox Avenue and 120th Street has been extended through April 30th! Graphically spectacular, the exhibit displays sheet music associated with performers, composers and musicians who resided in Harlem and performed at area venues dating back to the 1890’s and continuing into the period of the Harlem Renaissance.  Harlem's Black & Jewish History 1890-1930 is curated by local Harlem historian John Reddick.

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