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Leadership Village Academy members perform a speech based on King's "I
Have a Dream" and are accompanied by the Fisk Jubilee Singers.
Fisk Jubilee Singers, Neighborhood Concert, May 22, 2009, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. This award–winning choir of young men and women from Nashville, Tennessee, preserves the distinctly American tradition of singing "slave songs," known today as spirituals.
Thank you for joining us in our exploration of
African American song. This year's Perelman American Roots program was
designed in conjunction with Honor!
A Celebration of the African American Cultural Legacy, curated
by Jessye Norman—a Carnegie Hall festival in March 2009.
Students discuss their first impressions of The Dance Project.
Students from the five schools involved in the Dance Project rehearse together for the first time.
Community Sing with The
Soweto Gospel Choir, November 18, 2008, Harlem Stage Gatehouse, with
host Vy Higgensen
This spoken word presentation was inspired by a phone call made to a boyfriend in Australia. "I’m a rock climbing bush-whackin’ widowAll you wanna do is belay me on a rock..." From the spring 2010 Valley Lodge songwriting workshop.