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William Grant Still Arts Center – Live Concert April 22 – Más Álla

Date
April 22, 2023
Time
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Cost
Free
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Join us for this rare opportunity to experience a live experiment with master musicians! This Bullerengue/Jazz fusion jam session brings together Cartegenan master percussionist Eduardo Martínez, Eddika Organista (El Haru Kuroi, Yanga), Panamanian percussionist and teacher Nakeiltha Campbell, Rich Panta (Very Be Careful and Grupo Emikèké Ogun Dei De Los Angeles), percussionist, DJ and promoter, Eddie Valenzuela, Carlitos Cuba on Bass with our own musical director Marcus L. Miller and some surprise special guests.

On this day we are also to have a performative interlude by Artist/Documentarian/Activist/Civil Right Attorney, Amir Whitaker, fresh from his AfroUnidad tour of the Maroon communities throughout the Americas. Bright colors, open hearts and moving bodies are highly encouraged!

Location

William Grant Still Arts Center
2520 S West View St
Los Angeles, CA 90016 United States
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