The Afro-Cuban Folkloric Ensemble explores this unique musical tradition which is still practiced today in Cuba. This African diaspora-based music and culture is a living example of how art can be a manifestation of the human desire to stay connected to one’s roots, ancestors, belief system, and home, even in the darkest of situations. Born of deep African origins, this form involves hand drumming, percussion and singing.
Complimentary tea and cookies are served at 4:15 PM, and the music begins at 4:30 PM.
Free admission. No tickets required.