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  • program February 9, 2017

    New York City’s globalFEST 2017

    Every January, New York’s Webster Hall jams to the music of 12 bands on three stages in one wild night. globalFEST has become an annual kick-off ritual for music-minded New Yorkers. This program samples the 2017 lineup with dynamic live … Read more »

  • blog January 27, 2017

    Photo Essay: Sacred Musical Spaces in Western Cuba

    Here are some shots of artists featured in our program, Cuban Counterpoint of Tobacco and Sugar: A Musical Road Trip to Sacred Sites in Western Cuba. The show was produced by Ned Sublette in the course of conducting music seminars … Read more »

  • hip-deep January 26, 2017

    Cuban Counterpoint of Tobacco and Sugar: Sacred Musical Spaces in Western Cuba

    Borrowing the title from Cuban polymath Fernando Ortiz, producer Ned Sublette takes a group of travelers, including you, to multiple sites in western Cuba to analyze the musical impact of what Ortiz called the “Cuban counterpoint” of tobacco and sugar. … Read more »

  • blog January 25, 2017

    What’s Playing in Chicago?

    New York may be home base for Afropop Worldwide, but the world music scene has many homes throughout the world. In this post, we recognize what’s poppin’ over in Chi-town. Chicago’s Old Town School of Folk Music is one of the … Read more »

  • blog January 16, 2017

    globalFest 2017: Photo Essay

    globalFEST 2017 offered its trademark panoply of eclectic and highly entertaining sound and spectacle: 12 acts on three stages in New York City’s Webster Hall over the course of five hours on Sun., Jan. 8. The time flies by. This … Read more »

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