School Series: The Nile Project

School Matinee 11 AM

Recommended Grades  3 - 12 • Length 1 hour + Q&A

Friday, March 24, 2017 at 11:00 a.m.
Camp Concert Hall, Booker Hall of Music

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The Nile River has nourished lands of ecological and cultural beauty for millennia. Today, the African countries that border the Nile face socio-political conflict, population growth, changing consumption patterns, and climate change, all of which threaten the waterways and ecosystems on which 400 million people depend. Culturally, the 4,200-mile river yields an enormous range of songs, dances, stories, and traditions, which The Nile Project brings together in hopes of inspiring curiosity and action toward sustainability. Musicians from Burundi, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda open our eyes and weave their traditions into cultural empowerment.

The School Series performance is a demonstration discussion with some of the musicians from the ensemble and will include a Q&A for students.

Curriculum Connections: African culture, languages, history, world civilization, geography, music, and sustainability

Companion Lobby Exhibition: Night and Day the River Flows: Waterscapes from the Harnett Print Study Center

Free Teacher Workshop Available 

Ticket Information

Admission for each School Series performance is $7 per person. For every 10 student seats purchased, one is available at no charge for teacher and chaperones. Visit the Modlin Arts School Series to make online reservations or call the Modlin box office at 804-289-8980.

Modlin Arts School Series performances are available to school and homeschool groups

 


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