A Concert Celebrating the Music of Migrations
Part of: Migrations: The Making of America
Toshi Reagon, Curator, Vocals, and Guitar
Lizz Wright, Guest Artist
Be Steadwell, Guest Artist
Martha Redbone, Guest Artist
Zachariah Hawk Whitby, Guest Artist
Taina Asili, Guest Artist
Josette Newsam-Marchak, Guest Artist
Alsarah, Guest Artist
Robert Pollock, Guest Artist
Soul Mechanism Band
·· Kim Jordan, Piano
·· Sonny Singh, Trumpet
·· Shirazette Tinnin, Drums
·· Fred Cash, Bass
·· Gaetano Vaccaro, Guitar
·· Dylan Blanchard, Percussion
Isaias Umali III, Guitar
Dexter Nurse, Trumpet
Ivan Calaff, Percussion
PS 177Q Technology Band
·· Adam Goldberg, Director
Future Music Project Ensemble
·· Ian Ackerman, Guitar
·· Femi Ajirotutu, Drums
·· Noga Cabo, Guitar and Vocals
·· Adrian Chabla, Piano
·· Hannah Coleman, Vocals
·· Nia Simone Egerton, Cello and Vocals
·· Akihito Gorai, Keyboards and Percussion
·· Asia Hickman, Alto Saxophone
·· Doren Johnson, Trumpet
·· Eoin O’Mara, Guitar
·· Myea Patterson, Vocals
·· Ean Valte, Bass
Stacey Boggs, Lighting Designer
Thanasis Psarros, Sound Designer
PAUL SIMON / ANGELA HUNTE / JANE’T SEWELL-ULEPIC "American Mashup" (arr. Future Music Project Ensemble)
TOSHI REAGON / LIZZ WRIGHT "Coming Home"
BE STEADWELL "For Sethe"
TOSHI REAGON "Freedom"
ISAIAS UMALI III / ROBERT POLLOCK "Freedom Trap"
JAMES "MOE" TORRES "Get"
HORIZON WORKSHOP SONGWRITERS "Home"
WHEELS SONGWRITING CREW "Señoritas"
TAINA ASILI "Sofrito"
TRAD. "Southeastern Woodland Stomp Dance"
EAN VALTE "Sunshine"
PS 177Q TECHNOLOGY BAND "To the Highest Elevation"
JAMIE HARRISON JONES "Unity Is Now"
Soul Mechanism: A Concert Celebrating the Music of Migrations, a creative learning project for young people across New York City, is made possible in part by generous support from Martha and Bob Lipp.
Lead support for Migrations: The Making of America is provided by the Ford Foundation, The Morris and Alma Schapiro Fund, and Igor Tulchinsky.
Additional support is provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation.
Public support is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.