Here we go again GP friends! This week offered more exciting performances for you to enjoy at home.
Monday night, Grand Performances featured King Britt in our TAKEOVER series on Facebook and Instagram Live. This week’s TAKEOVER was Intended to help heal viewers through computerized compositions, King Britt’s performance was a futuristic, yet tranquil experience we hope you all enjoyed.
New York vocalist Dahlia is influenced by Hiatus Kaiyote, Bjork, Kadjha Bonet, Solange, Radiohead, My Chemical Romance, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard. Her latest release, “Venus” is her debut EP which dropped at the close of 2019. (Click to RSVP)
Brandon Coleman is keyboard, maestro, vocalist, composer, producer, and arranger. He is a regular fixture with Babyface, Donald Glover, Flying Lotus, and Kamasi Washington’s band. (Click to RSVP)
Tune in at 8pm PT for a cinematic music experience featuring JUNGLE FIRE. Their sound digs deep into Afro/Latin Funk with an approach that is authentic and highly explosive. The Los Angeles-based TropiFunk juggernaut pulls its influences from the music of legends such as Irakere, Ray Barretto, James Brown, Fela Kuti and Manu Dibango (just to name a few) while creating a melting pot of Afro-Caribbean and West African rhythms with a heavy breakbeat funk. (Click to RSVP)
Thank you to all who tuned in to King Britt Monday night. If you missed his tranquil live DJ set you can catch it here .
Thanks to all who tuned into Alia Mohamed for Workshop Wednesday! Watch the entire archived stream on Instagram or Facebook in case you missed her guided workshop and performance session on Middle Eastern belly dancing.
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