New York Historical Society
Slavery in New York: Musical Legacies
Evolution of the Blues
Wednesday, December 7th - 7:00pm The Blues - the music spawned by the introduction of enslaved peoples onto United States soil. Featuring re-creations of original performance pieces including original instrumentation, and tracing the evolution of this uniquely American art form up to the present time.
Renowned Bluesmen: Guy Davis, guitar and vocals; Michael Hill, guitar and vocals; Paul Ossola, bass; Paul Peress, drums; Jimmy Smith, piano.
Non-members: $30 N-YHS members, seniors, educators, students: $25
To reserve tickets, call 212-485-9205 Charge your order to Visa, Mastercard or American Express. We cannot guarantee seating if you are not prepaid.
New-York Historical Society 170 Central Park West at 77th Street New York NY 10024 www.nyhistory.org
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