Festival organizers say the event will “celebrate the life and legacy of composer Florence Beatrice Price by providing a platform through performances of Price’s works alongside historic and new works by Black composers.”
The festival features a combined 12 hours of online content, including:
The premiere of My Lisette – A documentary on the evolution of Haitian folksong
Performances by renowned artists including Marquita Lister, Melissa Givens, and Kevin Wayne Bumpers
Zoom Green Room Sessions with featured artists and scholars
A mixed media event from multivalent artist Kamilla Arku
A one-time registration fee of $50 will grant attendees access to all live-streaming, interactive, Zoom-based content as well as access to Green Room sessions with featured artists.
Advertisement space in the program’s e-booklet is also available (more information at www.pricefest.org/ads). For an additional donation of $50, attendees can also sponsor a fellow artist or educator to attend the event. All donations are 100% tax-deductible.
For more information, visit the event website at https://www.pricefest.org/