Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber is honored to take part in a 2 day residency at Brown University.
Sponsored by Corey D. B. Walker, Ph.D & The Department of Africana Studies.
Thursday, March 15, 2012 and Friday, March 16, 2012
The Department of Africana Studies presents Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber for a two-day artist residency that will include a public conversation with the ensemble, a performance and talk at Grant Recital Hall, a two-hour workshop with Brown students and a public performance at live venue Fete in the Olneyville area of Providence. Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber is under the direction of Visiting Professor of Africana Studies Greg Tate, an acclaimed writer and critic for the Village Voice. Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber was originally conceived in 1999 as a forum for the New York area improvisational musicians to compose, record and perform material which reflects the breadth and depth of American and diasporic music in the 21st century.
Schedule of events for Brown University Students
Thursday, March 15, 2011
4:00pm-6:00pm Conversations in Africana Music with Burnt Sugar (moderated public conversation for the Brown University community)
in George Houston Bass Performing Arts Space in Churchill House
6:00pm-7:30pm Dinner at the Brown University Faculty Club
8:00pm-9:30pm Art and Craft of Conduction in the Grant Recital Hall (performance and talk about Butch Morris’s conduction system)
Friday, March 16, 2011
1:00pm-3:00pm Workshop in Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Arts
8:00pm Reception at Fête for Olneyville residents, Brown community members, and Providence official
9:00pm Free Open to the Public Burnt Sugar performance at Fête