UBUNTU: Ibrahim at Carnegie Hall in 1978
Revered pianist and composer Abdullah Ibrahim reflects on his 1978 performance at Carnegie Hall during his time in exile.
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|Friday, October 17 at 8:30 PM
A revered pianist and composer, Abdullah Ibrahim has been hailed as the greatest exponent of Cape jazz. During his long and glorious career, he has toured the world extensively, performing as soloist with symphony orchestras and with legendary jazz artists such as Max Roach and Randy Weston. He returns to Zankel Hall for a solo concert that coincides with his 80th birthday.