Ioana Vintu is a singer who comes to the Apollo Theater by way of Romanian. She enjoys traveling and performing on stage at various music clubs around the world. When it comes to music styles, she says, “I like experimenting with any sound that moves and grooves me.” Ioana is the lead singer of two bands: Nuf’ Said and Soulshine.  She looks forward to appearing live on stage at Amateur Night at the Apollo.

 

CURRENT STANDING
Won THIRD PLACE at the April 6 Amateur Night.

JASON MORAN

The Apollo Theater and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts presents Harlem Nights/ U Street Lights an adventurous three-part program, exploring the deep musical connections between the Harlem and DC jazz scenes. Curated by Kennedy Center Artistic Director for Jazz, Jason Moran. MORE>>

SPRING AUDITIONS

If you think you have what it takes to become an Apollo legend, then come out to the Amateur Night auditions on March 14. We are seeking singers, dancers, comedians, rappers, spoken word artists and musicians ages five and older. MORE>>

 


The Apollo's 2014-2015 season is made possible by lead support from Citi, the Coca-Cola Company, Troy and Keisha Dixon, Folonari Wines and Cavicchioli 1928, the Ford Foundation Fund for Global Programs, the Hearst Foundations, Robert K. Kraft, The Parsons Family Foundation, the Ronald O. Perelman Family Foundation, JoAnn Price, Rockefeller Cultural Innovation Fund, The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation, Earl W. and Amanda Stafford, Time Warner Inc., the Reginald Van Lee New Works Fund, the Apollo Board of Directors and many other generous donors.
 
Lead annual support is also provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.