In recognition of our nation’s historically underrepresented African American composers, on Saturday, June 19 at 7pm, the Music Conservatory of Westchester will present a free Juneteenth Celebration Concert including musical performances by the music school’s faculty and an opportunity to learn more about the featured composers. The concert will be presented with limited in-person seating in the Conservatory’s Recital Hall as well as streamed live online for the greater public to enjoy.
The Conservatory’s Juneteenth Celebration will feature music by prominent composers such as Adophus Hailstork and Herbie Hancock. In addition to musical performances by the Conservatory’s world-class faculty, the Juneteenth event will include a question-and-answer session with the performers talking about the various composers and stories behind the music.
Visit https://musicconservatory.org/community/ to reserve your in-person seat in the Conservatory’s Recital Hall or access the livestream link to the Music Conservatory of Westchester’s Juneteenth Celebration. Seating in the Recital Hall is limited due to Covid-19 safety protocols. Masks are required to be worn by everyone in the building. This event is free.
https://musicconservatory.org/community/ – Reserve Your Seats/Access Livestream