Jamaalaadeen Tacuma At The Philadelphia Museum Of Art

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Jamaalaadeen Tacuma At The Philadelphia Museum Of Art

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DNA Galleria "The Next Level" Philadelphia Museum Art "Art After 5" Series March 6th. Jamaaladeen Tacuma brings his genre defying musical expression to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. A debut performance of Jamaaladeen's latest project, that found its origins in his Month Residency DNA Galleria Held at Tritone in Philadelphia , featuring some of the most creative and talented musicians in the Philadelphia region. Jamaaladeen Tacuma - Electric Bass Guitar Tim Hutson - Drums Yoichi Uzeki - keyboards and piano June Florencio CIntron Lopez - DJ, Cinematic sounds Moshe Black - Sound Scapes Greg Osby-Saxophone ursula rucker - Poet Taji Nahl-Narrator Special Guests: Robert Morales-Persussion Malik Smart- Vocals Domini Quinn Supastar-Vocals While at the museum, there is a special exhibit in addition to all the other great art , entitled Represent: 200 Years of African American Art January 10, 2015 - April 5, 2015 Explore the creative achievements of African American artists and examine the expression of personal and collective identities in a nation marked by a history of racial inequality. Makes this a very special time for me to be performing there. -Peace, Jamaaladeen For more information, please contact Evening Programs/Art After 5 by phone at 215-684-7506 or by e-mail at artafter5@philamuseum.org.

By: Jamaaladeen Tacuma

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