Duke Ellington Film Screening & Lecture

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Phoenix Chorale says
The 50th Anniversary of Duke Ellington's Sacred Concert kicks off at The Nash with a special evening of history and music!

This special event will include a fascinating lecture presented by ASU's professor of Musicology and Music History, Dr. Christopher J. Wells, who will discuss Duke Ellington and his impact on American music.

And, No Festival Required will screen three Duke Ellington shorts:
"Symphony in Black" (1935, 9 minutes)
"Bundle of Blues" (1933, 9 minutes)
"Black and Tan Fantasy" (1929, 19 minutes)

This event is FREE and open to the public.

This program is made possible with support from No Festival Required, AZ Humanities, The Nash, and Phoenix Chorale.

For information about the Duke Ellington Sacred Concert, visit > http://bit.ly/2aA5Q4y
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By: Phoenix Chorale

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