Carnegie Hall Citywide: Jasmine Rice LaBeija
Carnegie Hall Citywide: Jasmine Rice LaBeija
Don’t miss the chance to experience one of New York’s great entertainers—drag artist Jasmine Rice LaBeija—in this free Carnegie Hall Citywide presentation.
FREE
Wave Hill
June 27, 2024 | 7:00 pm
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About the Series

Carnegie Hall is honored to partner with local community organizations to present free concerts that are sensational celebrations of sounds from across the country and around the globe. At a Carnegie Hall Citywide concert, you can revisit your favorite music or try something new, stay in your home borough or journey farther afield. Whatever you choose, you’ll experience everything that makes New York City so vibrant.

Artist Details

A Juilliard-trained tenor with a commanding voice and razor-sharp wit, Jasmine Rice LaBeija has sold out performances at the Guggenheim Museum’s Works & Process series, Lincoln Center, and queer clubs around the world. In addition to being the International Godmother of the Royal House of LaBeija—recently shouted out by Beyoncé in “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix)”—she has also been a host of Dragged and was the face of New York City’s 2020 Pride celebrations.

Location

Wave Hill
4900 Independence Avenue
(at W. 239th Street)
Bronx, NY

About The Performance

“Drag is a grand opera” according to renowned drag artist Jasmine Rice LaBeija—and she should know. A Juilliard-trained tenor with a commanding voice and razor-sharp wit, LaBeija has sold out performances at the Guggenheim Museum’s Works & Process series, Lincoln Center, and queer clubs around the world. In addition to being the International Godmother of the Royal House of LaBeija—recently shouted out by Beyoncé in “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix)”—she has also been a host of Dragged and was the face of New York City’s 2020 Pride celebrations. Don’t miss the chance to experience one of New York’s great entertainers in this free Carnegie Hall Citywide presentation.

For more information, please visit the event website.

Image: Jasmine Rice LeBeija / courtesy of Carnegie Hall