Burnt Sugar The Arkestra Chamber: Calendar

Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber

Date City Venue Coun­try
Event: Burnt Sugar Smokehouse
02/15/15 New York City, N.Y. The Delancey United States
Time: 5:30pm. Admis­sion: $12 in Advance/$15 Day-of-Show. Age restric­tions: 21+. Address: 168 Delancey Street. Venue phone: 212–254-9920. Burnt Sugar Smoke­house – Bringin you smokin Grooves non-stop from Six to Eleven with: Black Dia­mondz / Andre Lassalle’s Pre­mo­ni­tion / MazzMuse Break­down (Mazz Swift & LaFrae Sci) / Dig­i­tal Dias­pora / Genes & Machines, the Burnt Sugar Arkestra and Luq­man Brown of Funk­Face as the evening’s MC with In-between set Open Mic grooves by (Luq & Jared on loops & bass )! Doors @ 5:30pm and $5 bud/bud light & $11 bud/bud light/well shot com­bi­na­tions all nite long! All ticket sales are good for the ticket holder & a guest. You must be 21 years of age or older with PROPER GOVERNMENT-ISSUED ID to enter, no excep­tions. The Delancey is a non-smoking venue. Tick­ets
Event: UC Irvine’s ICIT* Black Urban Music Con­fer­ence 2015
02/28/15 Irvine, Cal­i­for­nia Winifred Smith Hall at UC Irvine’s Claire Trevor School of the Arts United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admis­sion: Free to Stu­dents $10 to Non-Students. Age restric­tions: All Ages. Box office: 949–824-2787. Address: 4000 Mesa Road. Venue phone: 949–824-4339. Black Urban Music: Com­mu­nity, Tech­nol­ogy and Cre­ativ­ity is the 2nd Con­fer­ence orga­nized by Uni­ver­sity of Cal­i­for­nia Irvine’s Inte­grated Com­po­si­tion, Impro­vi­sa­tion and Tech­nol­ogy (ICIT), a new expan­sively minded MA/PhD music pro­gram. Cur­rent African Amer­i­can music expres­sions will be placed at fore­front for inves­ti­ga­tion, reflec­tion and cel­e­bra­tion through a con­fer­ence that com­bines musi­cians and schol­ars from this wide array of musi­cal back­grounds. Con­firmed performers/presenters for Feb­ru­ary 27–28, 2015 include: author, critic, musi­cian Greg Tate (keynote) and his 23rd cen­tury band Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Cham­ber, Afro-Soul vocal­ist rap­per Ugochi (Chicago’s African Butafly), vocalist/music pro­ducer Ryat, Afro­fu­tur­ist hip-hop pro­ducer Ras G, cul­tural activist, per­cus­sion­ist Najite Agin­dotan and the Agin­dotan Fam­ily Project and a spe­cial Black His­tory Month screen­ing of the civil rights doc­u­men­tary “The Long Road to the Hall of Fame, From Tony King to Malik Far­rakhan”, with a panel dis­cus­sion with Moroc­can film­maker Reda Zine, Malik Far­rakhan, and film com­poser and leg­endary hip-hop artist/producer Chuck D. All events are free to UC Irvine stu­dents. Day­time activ­i­ties are free to the pub­lic. Evening con­certs are $10 for the pub­lic. For tick­ets, visit UCI Box Office one hour before the event or visit the pro­vided ticket link. Tick­ets | More infor­ma­tion
Event: The Burnt Sugar Reper­tory Arkestra  presents Fleet­wood Black
03/12/15 New York City, N.Y. The David Ruben­stein Atrium at Lin­coln Center United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admis­sion: Free To The Pub­lic. Age restric­tions: All Ages. Address: 61 West 62nd Street. Com­mis­sioned by Lin­coln Cen­ter for the Per­form­ing Arts