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Sunday, April 30 (See map view)

Concert presented by the Regina Opera Company of Brooklyn. The two hour program features showtunes and classics.

3 pm.

Saturday, May 6 (See map view)

Natalie Douglas celebrates the music of of Nina Simone, Lena Horne, Abbey Lincoln, and Billie Holiday.

8 pm.

The Cuban saxophonist/percussionist/composer has been at the forefront of the Latin and Afro-Cuban jazz scene, both in New York City and nationally. Known equally for his improvisational artistry and his virtuosic compositions, his unique confluence of authentic Cuban roots music and jazz has, according to The New York Times, "helped redefine Latin Jazz as a complex new idiom."

8 pm.

The Cuban saxophonist/percussionist/composer has been at the forefront of the Latin and Afro-Cuban jazz scene, both in New York City and nationally. Known equally for his improvisational artistry and his virtuosic compositions, his unique confluence of authentic Cuban roots music and jazz has, according to The New York Times, "helped redefine Latin Jazz as a complex new idiom."

8 pm.

Sunday, May 7 (See map view)

Doug Jabara and the Nicki Denner Quartet perform favorites from West Side Story, Sweeney Todd, Pacific and many other Sondheim hits.

4 pm.

Saturday, May 13 (See map view)

Chaka Khan is one of the most influential singers in modern music, with a career honored by ten Grammy Awards, ten #1 Billboard magazine charted songs, a BET Lifetime Achievement Award, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Known as "The Queen of Funk," this iconic diva closes Brooklyn Center’s 2016-17 season with an unforgettable concert featuring hits like “Ain’t Nobody,” “I Feel For You,” “I’m Every Woman,” and more.

7:30 pm.

The OMNI Ensemble will conclude its 34th season with a recital featuring vocalist Erika Banks, percussionist/composer Larry Spivack, cellist Jennifr Vincent and pianist Nathaniel LaNass.

8 pm.

Saturday, May 20 (See map view)

A performance of Celtic music, song, and three styles of percussive dance: traditional Irish Step, Tap, and Ottawa Valley - a form known for fast, high-stepping, exuberant jigs and reels.

8 pm.

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