The 20-year-old singer, songwriter, and producer from North Queensland, Australia, plays a solo show after the release of his new Nights Like This EP (May 31 via Warner Music Group). On stage, Gray strips down to just keys and acoustic guitar for "a moving set" (Popdust) that shows off his R&B swagger and pop charisma.
“One of the moment’s most adventurous and relevant musicians” (New York Magazine) explores the possibilities of real-time VR with his new interactive performance. Each show features live visuals rendered by Tepfer's playing in real time. The projections take the sonic data from his Disklavier piano to represent foundational aspects of each piece – pitch, dynamics, rhythm, harmony, and more – in both two dimensions and virtual reality.
The Italian composer and pianist played on an Arctic glacier, performed at huge pop music festivals, and has become the most-streamed classical artist in the world. With his ambitious episodic project Seven Days Walking (Decca), Einaudi returns to perform at halls across the US with his piano-cello-violin/viola ensemble.
New York Public Radio presents “New York Public Radio LIVE,” a benefit party supporting WNYC and Gothamist. Hosted by Michelle Buteau of WNYC Studios’ newest podcast, Adulting, the evening features special performances from music guests Real Estate and a DJ set by Yo La Tengo’s Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley.
These Harvard-educated siblings create an eclectic blend of alternative, blues-infused rock filled with infectious grooves and soul. Along with their full band, they’ll highlight material from their latest album, The Fun in the Fight, a love letter to classic rock.
One of the UK’s best-selling artists ever comes to North America with her band on the final leg of her world tour, her first official tour in 15 years. She will play songs from new album Still On My Mind (BMG) alongside classic megahits such as “Thank You,” “Here With Me,” “White Flag” and “Life For Rent.”
The emerging South African icon, currently on his first-ever headlining US tour, plays Brooklyn. Nakhane’s supernatural voice have made him a new idol of sexual freedom and self-love with music that combines experimental soul, electronic art pop, and queer anti-gospel.
These all-ages shows and meet-and-greets from the top sibling curators offer a unique take on the viral family-friendly entertainment that has gained a global following. The shows will feature original music and choreography, audience participation, an anti-bullying segment, and more.
The Polaris Music Prize finalist and Juno-nominated Montrealer plays music from his new record, New Ways (November 1st via Secret City Records). Vollebekk just wrapped a run with Shakey Graves in the UK and has shared the stage with Gregory Alan Isakov, Angie McMahon, Daniel Lanois, Patrick Watson, Natalia Lafourcade, Mandolin Orange, Beth Orton, Sinéad O’Connor, and more.
Lauper joins the lineup for the opening ceremony of WorldPride 2019 | Stonewall 50. The concert benefiting three New York-based LGBTQIA+ organizations — the Ali Forney Center, Immigration Equality, and Sage — also features Ciara and Todrick Hall. Whoopi Goldberg hosts.
For her comeback tour, the newly independent electro-pop darling does what she’s never done before: reinterpret her hits and new songs into live acoustic jams. Kiesza has headlined tours around the world, collaborated with the likes of Skrillex, Diplo, and Duran Duran, and appeared in promotional campaigns for Fendi and Maison Birks.