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- St Philip Prebyterian Curch Houston, TX +
St Philip Prebyterian Curch 4807 San Felipe
Houston, TX 77056
A Special Thanksgiving Weekend Concert
- Salsa y Salud 2019 Houston, TX +
Miller Outdoor Theatre 6000 Hermann Park Dr.
Houston, TX 77030
Texas’ largest live salsa music, dance and health festival, Salsa y Salud presents its 9th annual dynamic and fun show. The 2019 performance features representation from more than 15 countries and an international cast of over 30 artists in a celebration of diversity, tolerance and unity. Salsa y Salud is presented by Flamárt, Foundation for Modern Music, Arts of Tolerance and Strictly Street Salsa, and is Sponsored in part by the City of Houston through Miller Theatre Advisory Board and corporate sponsors.
- FMM Performers at Smithsonian! Washington, DC, USA +
National Portrait Gallery Smithsonian Institution G street NW 8th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001
Set to live music composed by Mary Carol Warwick and influenced by the poetry of incarcerated youth, baritone vocalist Anthony Turner performs a one-man song cycle. Featuring Elise Wagner, bassoonist; Luke Hubley, percussionist and pianist Paul Boyd. These songs were influenced by the poems complied in The Gathering, a book by artist Jeannine Otis. Turner’s performance offers a special tribute to victims of gun violence, while also conveying a sense of hope within our communities, our criminal justice system, and humanity.
- Soy Latin(x)! Houston, TX +
MATCH 3400 Main St
Houston, TX 77002
Soy Latin(x) is an exciting celebration of Latin Culture through dance and music, and joins the Latino Arts Now (LAN) Conference as it highlights the contribution of Latin art to the shaping of the United States' culture. From the Native Indigenous to the European to the African, this program reminds us of the many contributions various groups did in creating what we know today as Latin culture. Featuring: Reinaldo Costa, Danmar, Urban Souls Dance Company, Intempodance, Batalá, Danza Azteca Aquetzalli, Meyerland Middle School Dance Department, Eddy Marcano, Julia Fox, Paul Boyd, and others.