Tuesday February 16, 2010 | Music and Black Southern History

February 15, 2010 at 1:43 pm | Posted in Coming Up | 3 Comments

Music has been at the core of the African-American experience since the days of slavery. We’ll share that experience with two groups giving voice to such music. Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte is presenting Black Pearl Sings, a show about the preservation of black music and the Levine Museum of the New South is following suit with a learning exhibit called Music and Black Southern History. Join us for a musical and historical rendition of Charlotte Talks.
Guests
Terry Henry-Norman
– Actress, plays “Pearl” in Black Pearl Sings
Dennis Delamar – Director, Black Pearl Sings
Frank Higgins – Playwright, Black Pearl Sings
Janeen Bryan – VP of Education, Levine Museum of the New South

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  2. Dear Mike,
    Love the show. What is your theme songs?

  3. Emmett,

    Thank you! Our theme song is by a German group called “Tab Two.” Thanks for listening!

    Erin Sutton, Production Assistant


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