“Just Like Music” week celebration
Drum beating‚ horn blowing and hip−hop rapping will be featured during the “Just Like Music” series as the university heads into its third month of Black History Celebration.
(Mar 24, 2006) — Drum beating‚ horn blowing and hip−hop rapping will be featured during the “Just Like
Music” series as the university heads into its third month of Black History Celebration.
The five−day event‚ March 26−30‚ will include a comprehensive tribute to music in the African−American culture.
“This is a journey through history‚ time and music‚” Assistant Director for Minority Student Retention Services Nicole Phillips said. “We will continue telling the story of African−American history using notes‚ sounds and rhythms.”
Sun.‚ March 26: History of Gospel Music‚ 5 p.m.‚ Stillwell Theatre.
Mon.‚ March 27: The Drum‚ featuring the Ramanga African CompanyTroupe‚ 12:30−2 p.m.‚ Gazebo Amphitheatre.
Tues.‚ March 28: Big Band Era‚ 12:30−2 p.m.‚Student Center terrace.
Tues.‚ March 28: KSU Cotton Club‚ 7−9:30 p.m.‚ University Room A (admission fee required).
Wed.‚ March 29: Ol’ Skool R&B Trivia‚ 12:30−2 p.m.‚ University Rooms C−E.
Thurs.‚ March 30: Four Corners of Hip−Hop‚ 12:30−2 p.m.‚Student Center terrace.
Thurs.‚ March 30: Karaoke Freestyle Showdown‚ 7:30−10 p.m.‚ University Room A.
The entire Black History Celebration calendar can be found at http://www.kennesaw.edu/stu_dev/msrs/bhm.pdf. For additional event details‚ call the African American Student Alliance office at 770−423−6443.
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