Roots of Black Music in America

Wednesday, June 1st, 7:00 p.m. (virtual)
Children, Teens, Families, Adults
Note: All of our youth-focused virtual programs require a registered Zoom account to attend. Sign up for a free Zoom account here: http://zoom.us/signup.

Music is a language that students of any age can understand and appreciate. It connects us, elevates our awareness, and deepens our learning beyond reading the words of a textbook. Audiences will sing, dance, use percussion, and practice call and response as they journey back in time to learn about and experience the music of the most influential Black musicians in American history. Join musician, producer, arts educator, and NYC performer Karlus Trapp in this one-of-a-kind musical and educational experience you won’t soon forget!

 

This program is made possible with support from the White Plains Library Foundation.

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