AEIVA and Department of Music Present Chamber Music @ AEIVA
Presenting works by Rachmaninov, Duke Ellington, a soulful mix of jazz, blues and contemporary R&B music reflecting the rich heritage of African American music, along with a classical piece for piano quintet expressing everyone’s visions of the perfect world. The performances are in conjunction with AEIVA’s exhibits – Black is Beautiful: The Photography of Kwame Brathwaite and Objects of Tomorrow by Donte K Hayes. This free concert series was founded in 2015 and is co-sponsored by the UAB Department of Music and AEIVA.
Featured artist Reginald Jackson – saxophone and piano.
Featured artist Eric Mobley – piano
Christin Gill – Violin I
Jordan Kirchner Ford – Violin II
Lucy Delguerov – Viola
Michelle Cheng – Cello
This event is FREE and open to the public.
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