Afro-Latin Roots Talk: Examining the Afro-Latin Music Continuum

This event is curated by Zach O’Farrill and is part of our annual Celebrating the Afro-Latin Roots of Jazz programming that takes place each August.

This panel discussion led by Zack O’Farrill will feature young musicians that are on the front edge of the Afro-Latin musical evolution. They will discuss how they draw upon the tradition in the creation of their own vision of contemporary improvised music.

Panelists:
Martin Vejerano – Colombian percussionist, clarinetist and bandleader
Ahmed Alom – Cuban pianist, arranger, and educator.

Tue, Aug 30
7:00 pm

National Jazz Museum in Harlem

Free RSVP

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EXHIBIT: The Soul of Jazz: An American Adventure
Fri, Feb 11 – Wed, Aug 31
Celebrating the Afro-Latin Roots of Jazz
Sat, Aug 06 – Tue, Aug 30

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