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CARIBBEAT: Jamaican jazz pianist Monty Alexander bringing Sinatra tribute to Jazz at Lincoln middle in big apple - new york day by day information

Veteran Jamaican jazz pianist Monty Alexander — a musician regularly occurring for respecting his roots — is coming to Jazz at Lincoln center in new york next weekend to commemorate Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday and honor collaboration with treasured friend.

The "Monty Alexander & friends: Frank Sinatra at 100 with Kurt Elling" reveal might be held Friday and Saturday at the Jazz at Lincoln center's Rose Theater, at eight p.m. each days.

Alexander became a 17-year-old Caribbean-born piano prodigy when he met restaurateur and entertainer Jilly Rizzo and Rizzo's pal, Frank Sinatra. Alexander would quickly turn into the house pianist for the famed Jilly's club in big apple — and increase a different relationship with Sinatra, a typical buyer of the institution.

Grammy Award-winning singer Kurt Elling will function with Alexander and the duo will share studies, anecdotes and fond recollections of the jazzy days at Jilly's.

Alexander's five-decade career includes collaborations with jazz greats Milt Jackson, Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie and Ray Brown, as well as an illustrious recording profession as a frontrunner and the riding forces in the back of partnerships with Jamaica performers corresponding to Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare and Ernest Ranglin.

Bassist Hassan Shakur, guitarist Frank Vignola, percussionist Robert Thomas Jr. and drummer Dennis Mackrel round out the performers for weekend shows.

For tickets and suggestions, discuss with www.jazz.org or call CenterCharge at (212) 721-6500. Tickets can even be purchased at the Lincoln center container workplace, Broadway and W. 60th St. talk over with www.montyalexander.com for greater on Alexander.

DJ'S TRAGIC loss of life

friends and members of the family on the West and East coasts are mourning the demise of Apple statistics analyst and universal San Francisco disc jockey Joseph Razo, who died after being stabbed Jan. 25 outside a The Cellar, a nightclub. After every week, Razo succumbed to his wounds on Feb. 2

The San Francisco Examiner pronounced ultimate week that a suspect in the incident had been arrested in reference to the fatal knifing of Razo, who changed into the nephew and godson manhattan-primarily based Haitian abstract artist Engels.

comedian SPREADS 'joy'

here comes Haitian-American comic Mackenson Louis! The comedian/actor and creator/producer of the "pleasure ride" tv pilot is performing at long island's The comic strip are living, 1568 second Ave., on Thursday at eight p.m.

His arsenal comprises superstar impressions, his actual humor and comedian wit honed all the way through a decade of performances in venues starting from faculty and small clubs to wager comic View, Def Comedy Jam and the Theater at Madison rectangular garden.

Tickets to the show are $10 and there is a two-drink minimal and purchasers need to be 21 or over. doors open at 7 p.m. name (212) 861-9386 or talk over with www.comicstriplive.com.

ladies'S paintings show TO OPEN

"ladies's World IV," an art experience that includes Valerie Maynard, Deborah Shedrick, Sadikisha Collier and Diane Grazette-Collins, begins nowadays with an opening reception at the Dorsey Gallery, 553 Rogers Ave., in Brooklyn, from 3 p.m. to eight p.m. The show will also be seen Feb. eight-27 by means of appointment simplest. Closing reception might be held Feb. 28. call (718) 771-3803 or (718) 462-9425.

ANTIGUA-BARBUDA community incorporates ON

Mona Wyre Manigo, the newly elected president of the Antigua and Barbuda revolutionary Society, is main the eighty one-year-ancient establishment into another yr.

different new officers of the Harlem-based company are vice president Rowan Hill, and treasurer. M. Roz Olatunji, former president of the community.

headquartered in 1934 under the leadership of Bishop James P. Roberts to support immigrants from the twin-island territory, the society purchased a Harlem brownstone for its headquarters in 1964.

In 2011, the Society donated the primary 50 years of its archival statistics to the Schomburg center for analysis in Black lifestyle and in the exhibition, "A Lighthouse in manhattan," a glimpse into the lives of the city's early 20th century Caribbean immigrants became seen in through society's ancient materials.

discuss with www.abpsociety.org for counsel on the organization, name (212) 933-4008 or ship email to abps122@verizon.net.

BARBADOS TOURISM SOARS

It's been a list yr for Barbados tourism and officials want to hold the style going.

Barbados Tourism and international Transport Minister Richard Sealy referred to as 2015 "turnaround year", noting regular growth in many of the nation's tourism trade's essential signs – comparable to a listing 13.7 % increase in lengthy reside arrivals, and super 25 percent and 14.1 percent traveler raises from the U.S. and the UK, respectively.

Canadian markets lengthy live arrivals grew by using 13 p.c and via 13.1 % for Caribbean and Latin america.

The minister also revealed that the new all-inclusive Sandals Barbados and the brand new Sugar Bay all-inclusive motel, contributed about 380 extra rooms to the island's room inventory, helping the increase in long live arrivals. discuss with www.visitbarbados.org.

IMMIGRANT adolescence AWARD

there is still time to nominate candidates for the Immigrant early life achievement Award. young immigrants with stunning very own and knowledgeable accomplishments are eligible for the respect and the software closing date is Feb. 18. The awards may be presented on April 6 at a Washington D.C. experience. For eligibility necessities and an application, talk over with http://bit.ly/immigrantyouthaward.

The American Immigration Council, which is sponsoring the award, will cowl the costs of travel and accommodations for the honoree, and for a mother or father or guardian if the honoree is a minor.

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