DACAMERA Young Artists at Holocaust Museum Houston

Event details

  • Thursday, March 7 | FREE
  • 6:30 PM
  • Albert and Ethel Herzstein Theater, Holocaust Museum Houston
  • 5401 Caroline St, Houston, TX 77004
  • Registration recommended

DACAMERA and Holocaust Museum Houston present DACAMERA Young Artists.

Joseph Bologne: String Quartet No. 1
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor: Romance for Violin, Op. 39
William Grant Still: Three Visions
Jessie Montgomery: Source Code
Brooke Wyatt: One Day

DACAMERA Young Artists: Nanki Chugh, violin; Lauren Ross, viola; Yu-Ming Ma, violin; Jonathan Mak, piano; Brooke Wyatt, jazz piano; Guest artist Kristiana Ignatjeva, cello

DACAMERA Young Artists present a concert inspired by the exhibition The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection. This program will present collaborative works by Joseph Bologne, William Grant Still, Jessie Montgomery, and Houstonian jazz pianist and composer, Brooke Wyatt.

Meet the Young Artists here.

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