Glasper/Martin present Dinner Party [Available On Demand]

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Four-time Grammy winning pianist, composer, and producer Robert Glasper played a pair of visually immersive livestream shows exclusively for On Air during October 2021. 

Glasper/Martin present Dinner Party — a nod to last year’s critically acclaimed self-titled album — was originally streamed on October 29/30 and saw Robert joined by long-time collaborator, co-producer, and creative partner Terrace Martin, as well as Burniss Travis (bass), Justin Tyson (drums), Jahi Sundance (DJ), and Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah (trumpet). 

Until November 30 this show is available to watch On Demand.  New customers can purchase tickets to access this On Demand content via the above ‘Buy Tickets Now’ button, while existing ticket holders simply need to log-in to their On Air account to access the content.

Robert’s second livestream show 'Robert Glasper Electric Triois also available to watch On Demand until November 30.  Originally streamed on October 08/09, this performance saw Robert joined by guests Burniss Travis, Justin Tyson, and Jahi Sundance.  Existing ticket holders can log-in to their On Air account to access the unlimited On Demand content, while new customers can purchase an On Demand ticket here.   


About Robert:

Robert Glasper is the leader of a new sonic paradigm whose work and accolades bridge all aspects of the music business — from live touring to film scoring, composing and producing. To date, he boasts four Grammy wins and nine nominations across eight categories, and an Emmy Award for his song for Ava Duvernay’s critically hailed documentary 13th with Common and Karriem Riggins. Glasper is entrenched as the musician of choice for some of the world’s most iconic artists including Kendrick Lamar, Herbie Hancock, Mos Def,  LedisiLupe FiascoKanye WestJill ScottErykah Badu, and more. With boundless innovation and elite technique as his signature, it’s no surprise that Glasper has an avalanche of accolades, awards, and achievements to his name. He’s an artist at the heart of a moment — and a movement — to champion Black music, Black people, and the possibility of a better future.