Tagged: Live in NYC

Meeting the Prime Minister of Cabo Verde

Madonna met Ulisses Correia e Silva, the Prime Minister of Cabo Verde – a country that had a major influence in the Madame X album where many of the talented musicians in the show – including the Orquestra Batukadeiras – come from. Read More

It’s our Gypsy Blood

  Last night’s one was the fourth show at the Brooklyn Academy of Music for Madonna and her Madame X Tour. It didn’t start before past 11 PM, apparently due to an injury that... Read More

Welcome to the World of Madame X

In the latest video shared by Madonna we can see the huge line outside the Brooklyn Academy of Music on the opening night of the Madame X Tour – and band member Gaspar Varela going incognito while asking people why there’s such a long line, what’s happening on the night and who Madonna is. Read More

Let the games begin…

Choreographer Damien Jalet explains on his Instagram how his childhood dream came true and announced he created with Madonna four numbers – including the opening act – for the Madame X Tour that launched at the Brooklyn Academy of Music last night. Read More

NYT Review: Madonna Is Still Taking Chances

Jon Pareles, The New York Times‘ chief pop music critic since 1988 and a musician himself explains how Madonna’s Madame X show reimagines pop spectacle for a theater stage, merging her newest music and calls for political awareness with striking intimacy in a concert focusing on new songs and the present moment. Read More

Madame X is… on Tour

The Madame X Tour opened at the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House in New York City last night.
Madonna came on stage at 10.35 PM to perform a 2h 20 minute mix of  Madame X songs, classic hits performed in full or hinted to, two interludes and a series of moments with the audience. Read More