Friday, September 30, 7:30-10:30 PM
Your $50 ticket will include your participation in our complimentary fine wines and savory appetizers with a Sound and Light Installation in our theater, as your back-drop and a Silent Auction where you can avail yourselves of the unique array of items that we have assembled for your viewing and purchasing pleasure! Sample sumptuous desserts while you decide on what you want to bid on – An apartment on the French Riviera? Will you need airfare? We’ve got it. And dancing too!
The Soul of Jazz with Afrika Gente
In our Jazz Club
Thursday, October 13, 7:30 PM
PASSION! GROOVE! ROOTS!
sweet melodies, funky riffs and tasty grooves!
AFRIKA GENTE (pronounced "hen-tay") is the most versatile Latin jazz and folk dance band in Boston with thrilling originals AND well-loved hits - playing Latin jazz, samba, jazz, afro-beat, zouk and soca. The "folk" repertoire includes drumming, dancing, singing and folkloric instruments.
Zak Rochester: bass
Michael Shey: keyboards
Hilary Noble: sax, flute
Austin Lightfoot: violin
Cornell Coley: timbales
Special Guests: U-Meleni Mhlaba-Adebo, Wyoma, Sasi Marcelino, Ozzie De Jesus, Aparna Lakshmi
BAMS Fest Presents: "Souls of Women"
Panel discussion on arts, music, and social change
Thursday, October 20, 7:30-10 PM
Join us for a panel discussion and performance, as we explore how contemporary, Black and Brown women musicians, arts educators and entertainers, utilize their work, music or artistry to inspire, shift culture, engage and/or start a social movement within communities of color. Following the panel, enjoy a special performance by GRAMMY-nominated artist Carolyn Malachi.
Carolyn Malachi, GRAMMY-nominated singer
Allyssa Jones, Composer, Educator & Music Performer - 3050 Music Group
Ashleigh Gordon, Violist & Artistic Director - Castle of Our Skins
Cynthia B. Sellars - Artist, Painter & Illustrator
L'Merchie Fraizer - Visual & Performance Artist
Danielle Legros Georges - Professor & Writer, Lesley University
Panel discussion is free & open to the public (7:30 PM - 8:30 PM)
Concert Performance will be ticketed and partial proceeds will support BAMS Fest programming (8:45 - 9:45 PM)
*Tickets will change price after September 30th, grab your Early Bird Tickets now!
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41 Second Street
East Cambridge, MA 02141
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We educate the community about diversity through the presentation of multicultural visual and performing arts programs. We also make
the center available to artists and groups who may not otherwise have access to a professionally equipped and accessible facility or the
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