Old Salem to Present Black History Month Showcase of Song


The St. Philips Heritage Center at Old Salem Museum & Gardens will present “Black History Month Showcase of Song” on Saturday, Feb. 25 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the James A. Gray Jr. Auditorium in the Old Salem Visitor Center (900 Old Salem Road). The event is free and open to the public.

Showcase of Song will feature African American music from various genres. Choirs and dance teams from area high schools, churches, universities, and the community organizations will sing and dance. Other genres of music that reveal the struggle and triumph of African Americans such as gospel and jazz was well as spoken word will be performed.

The program is sponsored by the City of Winston-Salem’s Human Relations Department and co-sponsored by the St. Philips Heritage Center at Old Salem Museums & Gardens.

For more information, visit oldsalem.org or call 336-721-7300.​


Source: Old Salem Museums & Gardens

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