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A Night of Tribute II

Brooklyn, NY
February 11, 8 pm10 pm.


Join Earl McIntyre & Tribute as they create musical portraits of influential figures throughout African American history such as evangelist Father Divine, baseball pitcher Satchel Paige, political activist Marcus Garvey, abolitionist Sojourner Truth, singer-songwriter Otis Redding, tuba virtuoso Howard Johnson, singer-songwriter-pianist Otis Blackwell and more. Come hear an exclusive preview of Earl McIntyre’s new compositions as well as favorites such as “Sketches for Dunbar” and other selections from his previous release Brass Carnival and Tribute.

Earl McIntyre & Tribute
Earl McIntyre -Composer, Bass Trombone, Tuba
Renee Manning – Vocals
Jim Seeley- Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Alejandro Aviles- Reeds
Patience Higgins- Reeds
Ron Jackson- Guitar, Banjo
Jerome Harris- Bass, Banjo
Carlos “Carly” Maldonado -Vibraphone, Percussion
Buddy Williams- Drums

COVID Requirements:
• Vaccination Card or Excelsior Pass required to attend for anyone 5 years and above.
• Children under 5 must present a negative COVID test done within 3 days prior to the event.
• Mask wearing will be required for all audience members throughout the concert.

A Night of Tribute is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.


This event will be livestreamed and recorded

$15 Virtual link will be available


Brooklyn Conservatory of Music 58 Seventh Ave. between Lincoln and Saint Johns plaes
Brooklyn, NY

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