On Saturday, March 2, 2024 at 2pm, BSAC kicks out the jams with Dave Sewelson on Dave’s WFMU Give The Drummer Radio Stream.
Friday, February 9, 2024
Presented by: Slam Junk / Avant Groiddest Musica.
Free for The People!
Radegast Hall & Biergarten
113 North 3rd Street
Burnt Sugar The Arkestra Chamber is thrilled that these brick & mortar record stores are carrying Angels Over Oakanda vinyl.
Stop on by and ask for an in-store play, and get complimented for your sonic good taste.
Burnt Sugar The Arkestra Chamber presents “The Nineteenth Letter” at Winter JazzFest 2024
Appearing: Brooklyn Marathon at Brooklyn Bowl
Saturday, January 13 | Set time: 7:30pm
BURNT SUGAR SMOKEHOUSE 2024 … where you come for an appetizer of being throughly entertained … a just-too-astonished entree with a sizzlin side of amazement … topped off with a whut a lovely after-glow feeling dessert !!
After suffering a violent fall on a Lower East Side sidewalk in 2018, Burnt Sugar family member Mikel Mwalimu-Banks saw a neurologist. The appointment proved a fateful turning point in his life. Mikel was diagnosed with a form of Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy, a rare genetic disease that affects the muscles of your face, shoulders, upper arms, and lower legs. The devastating diagnosis upended what was once an active life in the arts, culture, and music industries. More egregiously, the condition devastated Mikel’s ability to generate a sustainable living from his craft. Having contributed his unique style of artistry, fashion, and overall humanity to New York’s progressive Black underground scene for more than 50 years—half a century—the community he inspired and influenced is now returning the favor.
Led by Black artists, activists, and intellectuals in the 1960s and 1970s, the Black Arts Movement helped to shape the ideologies of Black identity, political beliefs, and African American culture at that time with an impact that can still be felt today. Hapo Na Zamani (Swahili for “then and now”) re-imagines a happening from that
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As part of the Juneteenth celebration, the audience is invited to an after-performance dance party hosted by Reverend Dr. Jacqui Lewis of the East Village’s Middle Church featuring a Silent Disco of re-imagined gospel music by DJ Rimarkable. Costumes, visual art and production design for this event are courtesy of the acclaimed installation artist Dianne
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A musical tribute to a Black Revolutionary, Haitian General Toussaint L’Ouverture This Quartet features Napoleon Maddox, Jowee Omicil & musical guests. Burnt Sugar Arkestra performs featuring Cincy-Nancy Sister City Association w/ youth spoken word performances, inspired by pen-pal letters between Cincinnati College Preparatory Academy (CCPA) and Loritz Lycee School (Nancy, Fr). STOCKBOY featuring Brent Olds, John Gentry, and Michael Taylor.
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The Underworld Jazz Festival was launched in 2018 to amplify rich, colorful and nuanced Black art traditions. They use the word “underworld” because despite the revenue it generates, Black art remains marginal to mainstream society. They use the term “jazz”; less as genre and more as a way to think about approach to music, creativity
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