A Dialogue In Charleston

October 20, 2015 -

7:00pm to 8:30pm

Sponsored by "the Requiem for Rice," a Carnegie Mellon University Center for the Arts in Society Performance Initiative, Lowcounty Rice Culture, teh Colour of Music, and the University of PittsburghAfrican Heritage Classroom Committee  present

"The Rich Contributions of Blacks in Classical Music"

Presentation by Lee Pringle, Founder and General Manager of the Colour of Music Black Classical Musicians Festival

Moderated by Dr. Patricia Williams Lessane

Executive Director, Avery Institute
 

WATCH LIVE ONLIVE AT 7PM AT WWW.REQUIEMFORRICE.COM

 

Requiem for Rice is a tribute to those enslaved, exploited and brutalized on Lowcountry South Carolina and Georgia Rice Plantations who remain, unburied, unmourned, & unmarked.