Avant-garde hip-hop and R&B innovation from the jazz pianistFew things get our wheels turning faster than the mention of a free concert. At interdisciplinary arts venue, BAM, you can bet that the lineup won’t disappoint. This installment features pianist, composer, and jazz master Onaje Allan Gumbs who first cut his teeth at Manhattan's High School of Music and Art before a gig with master guitarist Kenny Burrell changed the course of his musical career. If you’re looking for versatile jazz a cut above the rest, we recommend checking him and his new project (New Vintage) out. Your ears will thank you.
General admission. This event is free and entry is on a first come first served basis, so it can't be guaranteed. We need your card details to store the event information in "My Tickets," but rest assured, we won't charge you a penny.