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The National Acrobats of the People

The National Acrobats of the People's Republic of China

Cecile McLorin-Salvant

Cecile McLorin-Salvant

Mavis Staples

Mavis Staples

James Galea

James Galea

Alvin Ailey II

Alvin Ailey II

Maurette Brown Clark

Maurette Brown Clark

Mary Chapin Carpenter

Mary Chapin Carpenter

Trace Adkins

Trace Adkins

The Time Jumpers

The Time Jumpers

Lewis Black

Lewis Black

Dino Light (Lightwire)

Dino Light (Lightwire)

Diana Krall

Diana Krall

Jim Brickman

Jim Brickman

Mark O

Mark O'Connor & Friends

Ivy League of Comedy

Ivy League of Comedy

The Wizards of Winter

The Wizards of Winter

A Charlie Brown Christmas

A Charlie Brown Christmas

Paula Poundstone

Paula Poundstone

Tubular Bells for Two

Tubular Bells for Two

FROGZ (Imago Theatre)

FROGZ (Imago Theatre)

David Lanz

David Lanz

Feb
12

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

The New York Times calls Ladysmith Black Mambazo “South Africa's long-running musical treasure,” and it’s easy to see why: for more than forty years, the group has married the intricate rhythms and harmonies of their native South African musical traditions to the sounds and sentiments of heartfelt gospel music. The result is a musical and spiritual alchemy that has touched a worldwide audience representing every corner of the religious, cultural and ethnic landscape.

The group’s musical efforts over the past four decades have garnered praise and accolades within the recording industry, but also solidified their identity as a cultural force to be reckoned with. In the mid-1980s, Paul Simon visited South Africa and incorporated Black Mambazo’s rich harmonies into his album Graceland – a landmark 1986 recording that won the Grammy Award for Best Album and is considered seminal in introducing world music to mainstream audiences.