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Agenda Cultural: 22 July, 2022

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By Roger Costa

@NJPAC

Reggae lovers rejoice! The New Jersey Performing Arts Center, 1 Center Street, Newark, will make reggae enthusiasts dream come true with an extraordinary reunion that will gather the best in contemporary, pop and classic reggae. Worldly known for their soft/romantic/dancing tunes, including all-time favorites such as “(I Can’t Help) Falling in Love With You” and “Red, Red Wine”, Grammy nominee group UB40 will introduce new songs from their latest album, “Bigga Bagaggaridim” as well as their famous hits. They will be joined by The Original Wailers featuring Al Anderson, embodying the vibrancy and legacy of iconic artist Bob Marley, reggae vocalist Maxi Priest, and American band Big Mountain. It certainly promises to be a night of great vibes and music. Sunday, August 21st at 7pm. Tickets $60-$110. INFO: www.NJPAC.org

@HULU AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

Presented by SJ Presents, R&B legends The O’Jays are set to perform one exclusive night at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden as part of their farewell tour season. Uniting forces and musical talents with them, is nobody less than the exuberant singer Gladys Knight, known as the “Empress of Soul” for her sophistication, enchanting voice and soft, deeply moving tunes. The O’Jays have been on top of the charts since early 70’s when they were part of the Philly Soul Scene, conquering fans as of today, with their timeless hit “Love Train”. Winner of 7 Grammy Awards, Gladys Knight continues her impressive musical journey, commanding the soul rhythms like no-one else. A historic musical summer event not to be missed. Friday, August 12th at 7pm. Tickets: $79-$140. INFO: www.TicketMaster.com

@Carnegie Hall

The renowned and innovative Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra with Conductor of Honor Marin Aslop will present a double-program spectacle at Carnegie Hall including the much-anticipated “The Amazon Concert”. Bringing symphony music to the Latin America, Europe and beyond for over 70 years, the Orchestra is formed by 108 musicians, a chorus of 50 members, soprano Camila Titinger and harmonica virtuoso Jose Staneck. The concerts are set for October 14 and 15. On Friday, October 14, the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra will perform classics such as Villa Lobos’ “Harmonica Concerto”, “Bachianas Brasileiras” and more. On Saturday 15, there will be a different, unique and unusual program, entitled “The Amazon Concert”. It will feature an immersive technique to bring audiences to the Amazon Rainforest experience, accompanied by a video installation conceived by Marcello Dantas. The evening will be a musical/visual arts hybrid to celebrate Villas Lobos’ legacy and to shine a light on the importance of the Amazon. INFO: https://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2022/10/14/Sao-Paulo-Symphony-Orchestra-0800PM


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