A time of insight, reflection, renewal, and expansion.
Thursday October 26, 2017, 6:30 - 7:45 PM EDT
This week we continue our series on influence of music with a special panel of musicians who will discuss the influence and transition of music within and on our society, especially within the Black community. This will be part of a series that we will revisit over a period of weeks ahead. This week the panel will include: "Ice" - nationally recognized musician/vocalist (having worked with Ray, Goodman & Brown (the Moments), The Whispers, Luther Vandross, and many others); Anthony Nelson, Jr., - Saxophonist and popular contemporary jazz musician; Ms. Norma Clark - jazz vocalist, trained in classical music, Ms. Clark is an authentic Jazz vocalist for over 40 years; Mr. Lyle Omolayo - a progressive urban rap artist who is part of a duo named "Negros Americanos" that perform with a message of hope and unity. Others may join this session as well.
Be sure to catch this enlightening dialog/opportunity, and join in!