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Hugh Masekela

at Pace University - Schimmel Center for the ArtsSat Apr 20
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Location

Pace University - Schimmel Center for the Arts

1 Pace Plaza
New York NY , 10038 (map)

Tel: 212-346-1715

Visit Website: Website.

Date & Time

07:30 PM
 
Sat, Apr 20, 2013

Ticket Info: OvationTix: 866-811-4111; http://www.pace.edu/schimmel

Cost:    $30-$55

Performer

Hugh Masekela

World music pioneer Hugh Masekela captivates fans with his pulsing fusion of jazz, traditional Afrobeat and R&B. The Grammy-nominated trumpeter has performed with music greats from Paul Simon and Santana, to Herb Alpert and Harry Belafonte. His roster of hits cover a wide range of works that include the Grammy ...


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World music pioneer Hugh Masekela captivates fans with his pulsing fusion of jazz, traditional Afrobeat and R&B. The Grammy-nominated trumpeter has performed with music greats from Paul Simon and Santana, to Herb Alpert and Harry Belafonte. His roster of hits cover a wide range of works that include the Grammy nominated instrumental "Grazing in the Grass," and the musical Sarafina.
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