$5 Duke student tickets are sold out for the Robert Glasper Experiment at Casbah on both Fri, Mar. 30 & Sat, Mar. 31.
NOTE: Robert Glasper has chosen to showcase his electric group Robert Glasper Experiment, rather than his acoustic trio for his two night stand in Durham at Casbah.
Robert Glasper has long kept one foot firmly planted in jazz and the other in hip-hop. His latest project, the Robert Glasper Experiment, is no exception. Glasper comes to Durham for a two night stand at Casbah, presented by Duke Performances, to mark the launch of Black Radio, a future landmark album for Blue Note Records that boldly stakes out new musical territory, drawing on jazz, hip-hop, R&B, and rock, but refusing to be defined by any one genre.
The first full-length album from the Grammy-nominated keyboardist’s electric Experiment band — saxophonist/vocoderist Casey Benjamin, bassist Derrick Hodge, and drummer Chris Dave — Black Radio will also feature many of Glasper’s famous friends from the spectrum of urban music, a jaw-dropping roll call of special guests including Erykah Badu, Lupe Fiasco, Bilal, and Me'shell Ndegeocello.
This concert will no longer be a seated event; available seating will be very limited.
Note: $5 Duke student ticket capacity limited to 100 per night.
Robert Glasper Experiment is a co-presentation of Duke Performances and the Casbah Durham.