Antoinette Montague Upcoming Appearances
American Jazz and Blues Singer and award winning entertainer Antoinette Montague embraces the power of Jazz and Blues history while maintaining the excitement of the present! Her repertoire of swing, blues, bebop, storytelling and explosive excitement promises to entertain and captivate everyone! Bring the whole family and enjoy Jazz Woman to the Rescue.
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
FREE to the Public
“Passages: Women in Transition”
Women In Media Newark’s
9th annual Women’s History Month Film Festival
49 Washington Street
Newark, NJ 07102
Newark’s own Antoinette Montague will be honored as a cultural treasure in recognition of her life-long work in the arts, both in a support role, and as a performer and Jazz & Blues ambassador.
Please support Women in Media-Newark as they support women film makers.
The evening begins at 5:00 pm with three great short films by women, a reception, and great music at 7:00 pm.
The film festival, which ends on April 4th will also present the documentary mentioned by Oprah Winfrey, “The Rape Of Recy Taylor” as well as will host an international group of independent film by and about women at Rutgers University, and other sites in the state.
Please continue to check back at www.wim-n.com for updated information and info on sponsor ads for the event. Your ad will be on the Events Program thru April. Pam, Morgan and the Board of Directors deserve our support. email@example.com
Thursday, March 29, 2018
6:45pm Free to the Public (register at Rutgers U)
The Antoinette Montague Experience
Paul Robeson Campus Center
Rutgers University-Newark, University Heights
350 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Newark, NJ 07102
As a great follow up performance, Rutgers University presents “The Antoinette Montague Experience” with a multigenerational, fiery Jazz, Blues and beyond category performance on Thursday March 29, 2018 at 7:00 pm at the lovely Rutgers University’s Paul Robeson Center on MLK Blvd, Newark.
Rutgers University presents: “The Antoinette Montague Experience” with Danny Mixon, piano, Melissa Slocumb, Bobby Sanabria, drums, Lakecia Benjamin, sax, AC Lincoln, tap, presenting Kameelah Harper, Jackie Gage, Lyriq, and more. This multi-generational event reflecting the family spirit of jazz, blues and beyond artists will delight, excite, and ignite, your passion for more great music.
Antoinette Montague’s upcoming events at a glance:
.3/27, 18 5:pm Women In Media-Newark great Globally represented film fest honors Antoinette Montague @ Newark Museum.
.3/29/18 5pm (Music starts at 6:45) Rutgers University, WIM-N, Present The Antoinette Montague Experience @ Rutgers Nwk, Paul Robeson Center, 350 Martin Luther King Blvd, in “The Great City, Newark” NWK (pls register)
4/28/18 8pm NJPAC Celebrates Dorthaan Kirk at 80 w, Antoinette Montague, Casandra Wilson, Don Braden, Brandee Younger and more, NJPAC (few tickets left NJPAC.com)
4/29/18 12pm -3 Happy Birthday Duke! Duke Ellington Statue, NYC 12:00pm - 3pm w Mercedes Ellington, Eli Yamin, and more. Presented by The Duke Ellington Center for the Arts
4/30/18 8pm Jazz mobile Fundraiser, Keep the Music Playing, 1st Corinthians Church, 116th Street, NYC
(Please support Jazz Woman to the Rescue Foundation (jazzwomantotherescue.org)
Send old instruments, encourage congress to have Music and arts in American Publuc Schools with EQUITY.)
Women in Media-Newark Presents their annual Film Festival
Tuesday March 27, 5pm Red Carpet, - April 5, 2017.
Thursday, March 29, 7:00 pm :: Newark Museum & Paul Robeson Campus Center, Rutgers University presents The Antoinette Montague Experience w Danny MIXON on Piano, Melissa Slocum on Bass, Bobby Sanabria, drums, Lakecia Benjamin, sax, and AC Lincoln on Tap dance. Presenting Kameelah Harper and Jackie Gage openers.