‘Echoes | Gestures | Abolition’ Listening Session

“All over America black musicians are … preparing to blow away the white dream. you can / hear them screeching love in rolling sheets of sound.” —Larry Neal

The Studio Museum in Harlem, in collaboration with the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, invites you to celebrate the release of Kwami Coleman’s new soundscape, “Echoes | Gestures | Abolition.” Created on the occasion of Studio’s community partnership with The Fortune Society, this program pays homage to the many Black musicians who created music while incarcerated, and who have used their music as a means of processing, releasing, and protesting our prison system.

 

This program is present as a partnership between the Studio Museum in Harlem, The National Jazz Museum in Harlem, and The Fortune Society.

      

Tue, Jan 24
7:00 pm

National Jazz Museum in Harlem

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