Events around Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church

Noche de Bomba with Redobles de Cultura
Music

Noche de Bomba with Redobles de Cultura

Saturday 10:00pm (09 December)
Yeresso Lounge & Bar, New York

Breastfeeding Workshop
Wellness

Breastfeeding Workshop

Sunday 12:30pm (04 February)
Harlem Yoga Studio, New York

21 Islands Intl Short Film Fest Opening
Movie

21 Islands Intl Short Film Fest Opening

Friday 7:00pm (08 December)
Pregones / PRTT, Bronx

Candlelight: Spanish Poetry Reading with Yarisa Colon Torres
Art

Candlelight: Spanish Poetry Reading with Yarisa Colon Torres

Wednesday 6:30pm (06 December)
Longwood Art Gallery At Hostos, Bronx

Misa Clausura 6to Retiro Emaus Mujeres Parroquia De Lourdes
Religion

Misa Clausura 6to Retiro Emaus Mujeres Parroquia De Lourdes

Sunday 3:00pm (19 November)
Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church, New York

Fantasia Christmas After Midnight
Music

Fantasia Christmas After Midnight

Wednesday 8:00pm (13 December)
Apollo Theater, New York

Editing and Shaping Films with Carla Gutierrez
Movie

Editing and Shaping Films with Carla Gutierrez

Wednesday 6:30pm (29 November)
The City College of New York, New York

Interactive Poetry Showcase & Open Mic at Aaron Davis Hall!
Art

Interactive Poetry Showcase & Open Mic at Aaron Davis Hall!

Wednesday 6:30pm (06 December)
Aaron Davis Hall, New York


Carla Cook Quartet: Harlem Jazz Series - Tuesday November 14, 2017 / Noon

Carla Cook Quartet: Harlem Jazz Series - Tuesday November 14, 2017 / Noon


When?

Start time: Tuesday 12:00pm (14 November)

Where?

Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
59 West 137th Street #61, New York
Music

About

Carla Cook is daring. She's a jazz singer/songwriter who sings standards beautifully -- but she doesn't stop there. Cook is willing to put a jazz spin on songs not written by traditional jazz composers. Songs that, until you hear her sing them, you'd never imagine could be interpreted as jazz. This Detroit native, who grew up in a musically rich and diverse environment, brings all her influences to bear within her repertoire. In her songbook you'll find elements of R&B, European classical, Motown, blues and gospel. Cook has always eschewed labels, and refuses to become a jazz purist. That willingness to simply sing what she loves, bringing an earthy sophistication to every song, is what gives Cook her signature style. Her 1999 debut album, "It's All About Love", received a Grammy nomination in the Best Jazz Vocal Performance category and won the AFIM Indie Award for Best Jazz Vocal in 2000. Her subsequent albums have continued to receive critical acclaim. See her perform live when she comes to Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church as part of the Harlem Jazz Series.