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Orchestra Noir, the groundbreaking all Black orchestra known for its performances with celebrities and brands such as Red Bull, Rick Ross, Migos, 2 Chainz, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and many more, is excited to bring their acclaimed Y2K Meets 90s Vibe concert to New York City on Friday, March 29th, at the Town Hall. 

Often described as a big ‘house party’ - Orchestra Noir’s Y2K Meets 90s Vibe concert is a unique performance that brings two iconic eras together with timeless hits arranged for orchestra exclusively by the Orchestra Noir music team led by Founder and Music Director Jason Ikeem Rodgers. 

Orchestra Noir has performed to sold out crowds in cities across the country including Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, Houston, New Orleans and most recently in Miami accompanied by hip-hop legends Trina and Trick Daddy. Now, they are bringing the acclaimed concert to the birthplace of hip-hop - New York.

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“We’re excited to bring this show to the birthplace of Hip-Hop music,” said Rodgers. “Hip hop and R&B have given us countless legendary artists and songs. This concert is a celebration of these two beloved genres that have not only impacted Black culture, but the entire world.” 

Rodgers founded Orchestra Noir in 2016 out of a desire to bring the world of orchestral music to the African-American community, as well as celebrate African-American music makers of all genres. 

Orchestra Noir, The Atlanta African American Orchestra has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, VIBE, Essence, Complex, BET, the Miami Herald, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and has won Best of Atlanta for Classical Meets Contemporary by Atlanta Magazine

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