The Middle for African American Historical past, Artwork & Tradition will host A Evening in Harlem.
In collaboration with the Aiken Symphony Orchestra, the middle will host the second in a collection of three concert events. Starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4, attendees can expertise a night of jazz on this homage to a few of America’s biggest music, with works by A-listers like Bernstein, Gershwin and Duke Ellington.
Along with the live performance, attendees may even have the ability to see the brand new exhibit in the principle gallery titled, Legacies in Fiber: The African American Story Quilts of Dr. Marlene O’Bryant-Seabrook.
The Aiken Symphony Orchestra, a nonprofit group that brings a dramatic enhancement to the music tradition of Aiken. The ASO represents an ensemble of among the finest skilled classical instrumentalists from South Carolina and Georgia.
The Middle for African American Historical past, Artwork & Tradition can be a nonprofit group whose mission is to be an academic useful resource supporting each Aiken’s variety and sense of group. That is achieved by offering high quality management and growth in preserving the historical past of African American tradition all through Aiken and Aiken County.
This occasion is free and open to the general public. The middle is situated at 120 York St. N.E.
For extra details about the ASO, go to aikensymphonyorchestra.com.
For extra details about the African American heart, go to www.caahac.org.
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