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Date: Wednesday, March 16
Judith Pannill is a New York soprano and Baroque specialist. " . . a voice rich in color and texture . . her ornamentation was exquisite, touching on the full range of Baroque style. Vocal master class to be arranged.
Cultural Cavalcade presents SANKOFA Museum
The Offices of Multicultural and Minority Affairs and International Student Services presents the second annual Cultural Cavalcade on March 22-23, 2005, 10 a.m. in the GPAC lobby.
Mrs. Angela Jennings, curator of the SANKOFA African-American Museum on Wheels, will display her vast collection of over 3,000 pieces of artwork, artifacts, etc. in this must-see exhibit. Her exhibit highlights the history, experiences, and challenges of African-Americans and spans black history from 1860 to the present. There is art and artifacts from West Africa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Europe. Jennings has traveled nationally and internationally to collect all of her artwork.
SANKOFA is an Akan word that means, "We must go back and reclaim
our past so we can move forward; so we understand why and how we came
to be who we are today."
Pan Braves: Steel drum concert is March 22
Date: Tuesday, March 22
This concert features UNCP's new steel drum ensemble. The concert is free to the public.
‘Babes In Arms’ is April 1-2
Date: Friday, Saturday April 1 – 2
This musical comedy, "Babes in Arms," is a staged concert version of the musical by Rodgers and Hart. It includes such famous tunes as "My Funny Valentine," "I Wish I Were in Love Again," "The Lady is a Tramp" and "Where or When."