Jazz & The Creative Influence of Islam: Living Legacy: Dr Yusuf A Lateef’s Autophysiopsychic Music

Living Legacy: Dr Yusuf A Lateef’s Autophysiopsychic Music
This ongoing series highlights the contributions of Islam and Muslims in the birth and continued growth of jazz. These discussions and concerts are fundamental to changing conversations and attitudes about “belonging” in the history of jazz for Muslims and for other marginalized groups.
Our fall 2022 Jazz & The Creative Influence of Islam series is curated by Asad Ali Jafri and made possible with support from the Humanities New York SHARP Action Grant.

About The Curator:

Asad Ali Jafri is a cultural producer, community organizer and interdisciplinary artist.  Using a grassroots approach and global perspective, Asad connects artists and communities across imagined boundaries to create meaningful engagements and experiences. Asad has over two decades of experience honing an intentional and holistic practice that allows him to take on the role of artist and administrator, curator and producer, educator and organizer, mentor and strategist.
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