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The Braata Folk Singers - Keeping Traditional Culture Alive

The Braata Folk Singers – Keeping Traditional Culture Alive

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The Braata Folk Singers performing in concert at the Eleanor Roosevelt High School, 7601 Hanover Parkway, Greenbelt, Maryland on Sat, June 11, 2022.

The PanLara Youth Steel Orchestra will also perform.

Doors open at 6 PM Tickets are $37.99 in advance and $47.99 at the door.

The Braata Folk Singers - Keeping Traditional Culture Alive
The Braata Folk Singers are proud ambassadors of and the foremost authority on Jamaican and Caribbean folk music performance in the United States. Braata has constantly wowed audiences on some of the most prestigious stages both locally and internationally and has reaped awards of excellence from the world’s most astute connoisseurs of choral music.

The group has established itself among Jamaicans and others in the wider Caribbean Diaspora for its unique and dynamic presentation of the region’s folk music, combining inspired choral arrangements with drama, intricate choreography, design elements, and eye-catching costumes using traditional folk forms from the Caribbean region. The result is a theatrical presentation best described as “choral theater.”  Click to learn more about Braata Productions

Buy Tickets @ braatafolksingersinmaryland.eventbrite.com

For more information please call: 800 883 0226

PANLARA Youth Steel Orchestra shares its African Caribbean culture through steel pan music.  In addition to performing throughout the Caribbean, the youth have graced the stage internationally and performed at many of D.C.’s signature musical arenas including Kennedy Center and Strathmore. While the prestige of entertaining at venues such as Smithsonian, State Department, Naval Academy, DC Convention Center, and Blues Alley was electrifying, the greatest joy comes from one of their favorite projects bringing their unique brand of music therapy to seniors and children of all ages. The smiles and laughter among the dancing seniors and frolicking youths are priceless. Click to learn more about PanLara

Bring the entire family to celebrate Caribbean Cultural Heritage.

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