Skip the line over the holidays by reserving your entry ticket today!
Tickets will go on sale to members who give $250+ annually at the Winter/Spring 2022 Concert Series Preview Event on Friday, December 3.
Tickets will go on sale to the public on Thursday, December 9 at 10:00 a.m.
Members who give $500+ annually receive 10% off concert tickets.
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Please note, we require that audience members either be vaccinated or have a negative COVID test within 72 hours prior to the performance. We also strongly encourage guests to wear masks.
Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test result will be required for entry and may include the following options: a vaccination card (or photo), a digital record within an app, an official immunization record, or documentation of a negative test result. All MIM Music Theater team members are vaccinated and will wear masks.
Shabaka Hutchings leads his brass band on a propulsive mind- and body-moving record, advocating through music that change comes from speaking directly about collective oppression.
An eloquent dance between anger and joy.
The London-based quartet Sons of Kemet features some of the most progressive 21st-century talents in British jazz and beyond. Sons of Kemet is born of many vital elements, including a name that nods to ancient Egyptian culture and an unusual instrumentation combining tenor sax, tuba, and drums.
The band’s latest, Your Queen Is a Reptile, marked its debut on the influential Impulse! label. The album is a manifesto of sorts addressing the British monarchy. Each track celebrates an influential black woman from throughout history, including Harriet Tubman and Angela Davis. Bandleader, composer, and sax and clarinet don Shabaka Hutchings (himself named after a Nubian pharaoh-philosopher) realizes his fiery and far-reaching creations via the virtuosity of bandmates Tom Skinner, Seb Rochford, and latest addition Theon Cross on tuba.
Producer’s Circle member Tom G.