Reflections of the African American Experience. Sponsored by the Westminster Black & Hispanic Alliance.

The Westminster Black & Hispanic Alliance will commemorate Black History Month with a program of poetry, art, dance and music of the African American tradition. The program will include the readings of Langston Hughes, Gwendolyn Brooks and Adrienne Rich. It will also include music by George Gershwin, William L. Dawson & Nina Simone,  and will feature Maya Angelou's I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings and the premiere of Brandon Waddles' Fix Me, Jesus.  

Refreshments to be served after the program.

Rescheduled from February event.  Note new time.


Notes 

Free Admission

Performers 

Unashamed Gospel Choir
Jalyssa James, director

Canticum Novum
Vinroy D. Brown Jr., conductor

Rochelle Ellis, soprano
Brandon Waddles, piano
Taione Martinez, organ

Ticket Information 

Free Admission