Music This Week At The Granfalloon Features Young, Gifted & Black And Selena Duncan

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Local music this week at The Granfalloon will feature Young, Gifted & Black and and Selena Duncan. 

As a part of the Highlight Black Life series, Young, Gifted & Black will be honoring Alicia Keys and her contributions to music on Wednesday at 7 p.m. There is an $8 cover charge. 

Young, Gifted, & Black is an arts education outreach program with an emphasis on art of black origin. Their mission is to train underserved talented young people between the ages of 14-25 and create opportunities for them in the arts. Through creative expression they work to end the cycle of poverty, violence and marginalization.  

Local jazz pianist and vocalist Selena Duncan will be performing at Adelle’s Creperie on Saturday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., free to the public. 

More information about these programs as well as opportunities for private and public rental are online at www.granfalloonchattanooga.com or by calling 661-3185.




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