Performing Arts

Plays, concerts

The Evolution of African-American Classical Music –Jazz, with Phavia Kujichagulia and Ma’at @Central

The Evolution of African-American Classical Music –Jazz. Come join musician and composer, Phavia Kujichagulia and Ma’at, a host of stellar musicians, for an eclectic journey through African-American music born from African influences, Negro spirituals, traditional blues and U.S. history. February 20, 2 PM - 4 PM, 3rd Floor Community Meeting Room., 2090 Kittredge St., Berkeley.

Faye Carol: Women's History Jazz Performance

Come see Faye Carol, a Bay Area jazz singer legend who has been performing since the 1960's, at the Tarea Hall Pittman South branch. Ms. Carol will pay tribute to some of the greatest woman jazz singers of all time in celebration of Women's History Month. The San Francisco Examiner once wrote that "No singer in the Bay area comes close to Carol's sheer intensity; she doesn't just sell a song... she sells her soul for that song." This event is free.

Faye Carol: Women's History Jazz Performance

Come see Faye Carol, a Bay Area jazz singer legend who has been performing since the 1960's, at the Tarea Hall Pittman South branch. Ms. Carol will pay tribute to some of the great woman jazz singers of all time in celebration of Women's History Month. The San Francisco Examiner once wrote that "No singer in the Bay area comes close to Carol's sheer intensity; she doesn't just sell a song... she sells her soul for that song." This event is free.

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