Faculty member, Elizabeth Bronstein, will be playing with partner, Sam, in honor of Black History Month as part of the Sunday Sermon Series at the Worcester Art Museum.
Sam, a native of Louisiana (and, unrelated, a science professor at WPI), will speak about the African roots of these two unique American musical styles: New Orleans Jazz (cello and piano) and Louisiana Cajun Music (accordion and fiddle).
The event will be held in the WAM Renaissance Court, and is free with museum admission.
What: African Roots of New Orleans Jazz & Louisiana Cajun Music
When: Sunday, February 23 at 1:30 p.m.
Where: The Worcester Art Museum Renaissance Court
55 Salisbury Street | Worcester, MA
Cost: Free with Museum Admission:
$12 Seniors 65+
$12 College Students with ID
$2 Cash for EBT cardholder*
FREE for kids 17 and under
More information: 508.799.4406 or http://www.worcesterart.org/