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BAM and World Music Institute present
Music legend Tom Zé, the avant garde conscience of Brazil’s 1960s Tropicália movement, presents an evening of samba and bossa nova reimagined as only he can. A dauntless innovator whose records made beguiling experimental bedfellows of rock, folk, electronic music, and found sounds, Zé fell into obscurity until the 90s, when he was rediscovered and signed as the first artist on David Byrne’s Luaka Bop label. At BAM, he resumes his place in Brazil’s musical firmament, exuberantly channeling the spirit of Salvador and São Paulo with new and old songs alike.
The superstar Pakistani singer performs an evening of South Asian folk and devotional music.
Brooklyn Youth Chorus performs 10 newly commissioned works tackling issues of systemic injustice.
A stellar lineup of musical luminaries pay tribute to Nonesuch Records’ Bob Hurwitz.