Event Photo No Longer Separate: A Celebration of the Music and Composers in Black Cinema

Tickets: $25


Tue, Mar 8 | 7:30 pm

Curated and performed by pianist/film composer Kris Bowers and special guests

Co-presented with Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts

Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts

LIU Brooklyn
Flatbush between DeKalb and Willoughby

No Longer Separate: A Celebration of the Music and Composers in Black Cinema

Inspired by John Kisch’s book Separate Cinema, award-winning pianist and composer Kris Bowers takes us through an evening of celebration and reflection on the impact Black composers have had on film.

Share the experience: #NoLongerSeparate #ClassicBlackMusic.

About the Artists: Kris Bowers

True musicianship knows no boundaries, and at his core, pianist and film composer Kris Bowers is a true musician. Schooled in jazz and classical music, raised amid old-school R&B and funk at home and the music of the 1990s with his peers, and inspired by the great film composers of recent decades, Bowers’ sound—though rooted in traditional styles—is open to numerous influences that keep the music fresh and vibrant for a new century. This rich and eclectic sensibility is evident from the very first notes of Heroes + Misfits, his debut recording on Concord Jazz. Released in March 2014, Heroes + Misfits opened at No. 1 on the iTunes jazz charts and to critical acclaim.

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