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SONGS OF AFRICA SPECIAL AUDITIONS!

Centene Center for Arts and Education 3547 Olive Street, Saint Louis, MO

Join the award-winning SONGS OF AFRICA ENSEMBLE By appointment on Sundays, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Venue at Grand Center (3547 Olive St. (4th Floor) Must be 16 or older […]

Free

African Descent Composers for Winds

Intercultural Music Initiative 3547 Olive Street, Suite 110, Saint Louis, MO

IMI Chamber Players welcomes guest artists Titus Underwood, principal oboist with the Nashville Symphony, and Peter Henderson, pianist with the Saint Louis Symphony, in a concert of music by Ulysses Kay, William Grant Still, Fred Onovwerosuoke, Florence Price, as well as beloved selections from standard repertoire.

Free

Season Finale: Celebrating 25 Years of Intercultural Music

Trinity Presbyterian church 6800 Washington Avenue, Saint Louis, MO

​​Season Finale: Celebrating 25 Years of Intercultural Music featuring Drum Traditions of Ghana, with traditional priest and master drummer, Chief G. Foli ALORWOYIE, and his Afrikania Cultural Troupe. FREE CONCERT. […]

$10

Black History Month Concert, Classical Music Reimagined, Chamber Music by BIPOC Composers

Maryville University Auditorium 650 Maryville University Dr., St. Louis, MO

The Intercultural Music Initiative (IMI) is collaborating with Maryville University to present a Black History Month concert of music by BIPOC composers. The concert will take place Sunday, February 20 at 3:00pm at the Maryville University Auditorium with a pre-concert talk featuring a showing of the short film, “A Tale of Two Tails” at 2:30pm. […]

Free

IMI Season Finale at the Sheldon

Sheldon Concert Hall 3648 Washington Blvd, St. Louis, MO

The Intercultural Music Initiative (IMI) presents its Season Finale Concert on Tuesday April 19, 7:30 pm at the Sheldon Concert Hall. The concert will feature guest artists soprano Carline Waugh with pianist Ayako Tsuruta performing “Songs of the Seasons,” by Margaret Bonds, “Sympathy,” “Night,” and “Words for A Spiritual,” by Florence Price, “Twelve African Songs,” […]

Free
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