In 2013, Chilean-born saxophonist Melissa Aldana made history and shattered jazz’s glass ceiling when she became the first female instrumentalist and the first South American ever to win the prestigious Thelonious Monk Jazz Competition. Still in her 20s, it’s not too early to start calling her one of the greatest tenor sax players performing today! […]
Virtuoso jazz trumpeter Byron Stripling and his quartet return to the Lincoln Theatre with another installment of his jazzy, joyous, year-ending revelry. “Swingin’ in the New Year” completely sold-out in 2016 and 2017. What are the chances of a sell out this year? Don’t find out the hard way. Buy your tickets now!
Since 2006 the Neighborhood Pride Talent Show brings together middle school students from all over the City of Columbus to perform for their community. The 14th annual show will feature students from Buckeye, Ridgeview, and Yorktown Middle Schools. These students show up to Saturday rehearsals, practice with mentors, and now, after 5 weeks, are ready […]
The Lincoln Theatre’s second-floor ballroom, originally known as the Ogden Club and a historically significant space for Columbus’ African American and jazz communities, will reopen as Club Lincoln in 2020. The performance space will offer an intimate experience that will accommodate 150-250 patrons in a variety of venue styles, including theatre-style, performance in the round […]
Join your favorite host Indigo Dawn with special Guest Host Nick Brown, Author Jaylonna Stevette (Getting back 2 Happy) and DjSmoove for a very special fall edition of Risque. As always, dress to impress yourself, bring a date or friend and be ready for a sexy good time. This is an open mic event, so […]
Despite holding a ceremonial ground breaking last summer, actual construction work has yet to begin on Adelphi Quarter, the 130-unit mixed-use development planned for 818 E. Long St. That may change soon, although a recent update provided by the developers of the project – Borror and Kingsley & Co. – did not identify a firm […]
In Portuguese, the word amizade means friendship. The remarkable musical friendship between virtuoso Brazilian guitarist Diego Figueiredo and jazz clarinet master Ken Peplowski takes center stage at the Lincoln Theatre for a night of intimate samba-infused jazz.