Sunday, June 20, 2021 (2)

Jun 20, 2021
June 9, 2021
  • 26th Annual AfroSolo Arts Festival - Black Voices: Our Stories, Our Lives. A Juneteenth Celebration

  • Jun 9, 2021 to Jun 20, 2021
  • Location: Streamed Online
  • Description:

    The award-winning AfroSolo Arts Festival presents its 26th Annual Season of Black Voices: Our Stories, Our Lives in a two program format. Program One: June 9-13 and Program Two: June 17-June 20, 2021. Created and  produced by Thomas Robert Simpson, the Festival's mission is to nurture, promote, and present facets of the African American experience through solo performances and the visual arts.

    Program One features the journeys of four formerly incarcerated Black men on their road to recovery and their return to society. Program Two features AfroSolo's founder, Thomas Robert Simpson, as he recounts how his father overcame many struggles as a Black man raising a family in the Jim Crow South.

    This year's Festival takes place On-Demand via AfroSolo's YouTube Channel (programs to be posted in June). To make the performances available to a wide audience, the online event is free of charge. No RSVPs are required.

    AfroSolo Arts Festival
    Program One: June 9-13
    Black Men: Embracing Our Light
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June 20, 2021
  • Braata Folk Singers - Ambassadors Of Caribbean Folk Music - Return to the Stage - Jamaica Performing Arts Centre, Queens, NYC

  • Jun 20, 2021 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
  • Location: Jamaica Performing Arts Centre, Queens, NYC
  • Description:

    Ready to rejoin us at the theatre this week? We can’t wait!

    We have a seat with your name on it!


    Braata Folk Singers are ready to sing and soothe you back into our new ways of sharing space together, in safety and in celebration! Come down to the Jamaica Performing Arts Centre at 6pm on Sunday June 20th 2021, coinciding with Father’s Day. Make it a family outing!

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    Braata Productions is dedicated to giving Caribbean and Caribbean-American artists a platform to showcase their work and talents. Their mission is to transform lives through cultural awareness and the arts and bring Caribbean folk culture, artists, music, stories, movement, and theater into more prominent spaces while providing an opportunity for Caribbean artists to receive greater recognition.

    The Braata Folk Singers are proud ambassadors of Caribbean folk music. Queens County is home to one of the world’s largest communities of Caribbean expatriates in the world.

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