Februar 2013

 

Black History Month - Swing, Brother Swing!

Samstag 02.02.2013 21:00 Uhr | Saal

Eintritt: 9 € / 6 € / 3 € (mit Berlinpass)

Veranstalter/-in: Werkstatt der Kulturen/ BAAA e.V. (Berlin Afro-American Association)

Kooperation

 

Ebony Big Band

The African-American culture called Jazz in the 1930s

The emerge of Jazz coincided with the Marcus Garvey movement, W.E.B. DuBois`s Pan African Movement and the development of African American literature known as the Harlem Renaissance.

The place in America where all this happened was Harlem, New York, specifically the area in Harlem known known as "Jungle Alley" and more specifically in the Cotton Club. One white patrons could enter the Cotton Club while all the service and entertainment was provided by black entertainers.

The Ebony Big Band tells the story of African Americans during this era not only through the music but through narration, dance and a multi-media presentation of pictures and videos.

Besetzung:

Fuasi Abdul-Khaliq - director/conductor
Keith Tynes - vocalist
Philip Sindy - trumpet
Daniel Allen Oberto - trumpet
Tony Hurdle - trombone
Rob Gutowski - trombone
Willie Pollock - alto sax
Herbie Hart - ten sax, clar
Fuasi Abdul-Khaliq - bari sax, ten sax, flute, bass clar, clar
J.C. Dook - guitar
Daryl Taylor - bass
Kelvin Sholar - piano
Kenny Martin - drums
Eric Vaughn - moderator

Mehr Infos zum Black History Month 2013 finden Sie hier.

Eine Kooperation der Werkstatt der Kulturen mit der BAAA e.V. (Berlin Afro-American Association)