A free series of outdoor yoga and mindfulness sessions with live music—an exploration of movement, music, and meditation paying homage to Black Liberation Music. Co-hosted by Bartram's Garden, and Spirits Up!
ReSounding Progressions — Ars Nova Workshop supports an intergenerational collaboration and interpretation of jazz poetry as musical composition.
The John Coltrane Symposium in collaboration with Ars Nova Workshop is proud to announce its second annual celebration of the life and music of John William Coltrane, curated by Anyabwile Love. This year's celebration will be held at The Woodlands in West Philadelphia, with additional events at The Discovery Center in Strawberry Mansion, Philadelphia.
Ars Nova Workshop is excited to announce Anthony Tidd as a new member of our team, joining us as Chief Creative Catalyst.
WRTI celebrates the U.S. launch of the Dangerous Sounds podcast, with a series of live performances and a Philadelphia engagement presented by Ars Nova Workshop.
Milford Graves multi-layered interdisciplinary works are included in a new exhibition about improvisation in art and music at Bergen Kunsthall in Norway.
NPR'S Jazz Night in America was there to catch Immanuel Wilkins and his superbly intuitive band deliver a transcending performance at PhilaMOCA in January.
Ars Nova Workshop is proud to support this intergenerational collaboration between Odean Pope and Immanuel Wilkins, with jazz poet and literary scholar Herman Beavers, in an interpretation of his work as musical composition.
Ars Nova Workshop is proud to announce a new commission from the multi-genre guitar explorer with a suite for the Nels Cline Consentrik Quartet.
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