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Over the decades of her storied career, the versatile Nona Hendryx has played many parts: rock star as a founding member of the era-defining funk band Labelle, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter as a solo performer, curator and mentor at residencies across the globe, tech-savvy innovator and ground-breaking Afrofuturist. It is these latter roles as speculative dreamer that are at the forefront of Hendryx's ongoing multimedia project, The Dream Machine at Lincoln Center, including this concert presentation of classic work and tracks hailing from the sci-fi musical Skindiver, which Pitchfork calls "a Black queer epic where technology mediates tenderness." This evening of music—featuring collaborators Skin, Felicia Colins, and more special guests—offers a vision of fully integrated human and machine as co-artist, adopting natural and augmented vocals for songs that celebrate mental and physical freedom, carnal and spiritual love. These are the sounds of a future we can all hope to be a part of, replete with lyrics and melodies that promise a new world on the horizon.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Guest Experience at 212-875-5456 or [email protected].

 

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