ICE on Fire

ICE Music Dept. presents a very special “ICE ON FIRE” featuring saxophonist, composer and political activist Salim Washington (Memphis TN, 1958). Dr. Cornel West describes Washington’s work as a “new synoptic vision of what jazz can be and do. The fundamental spirit behind the music...lives on in new ways and novel sounds.”
Washington studied at Harvard and also became a professor in Brooklyn College. In 2013, he became a full-time professor at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. “This feels like home,” he reflects. “This is home. I am home.”
Friday, January 26th, 2018
ICE Music Classroom (5th Floor)
1st Ave between 15th & 16th Street, Manhattan
“Life in music and service, conference by Salim Washington
Jazz Concert feat. Salim Washington (ts), Albert Marques (p), Adi Meyerson (db) & Kush Abadey (dr)