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100 Musicians: Improvisational Music Night


Tickets are $10 or $7 if you bring a percussion instrument.
Music starts at 6pm

Diversity Productions presents the 100 Musician Improvisational Music Night at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9, at the Salvage Station in Asheville’s River Arts District. 

This event is the first in the series of Concerts For Racial Harmony, designed to honor improvisational music pioneers Sun Ra and Jerry Garcia and the life and works of Asheville’s beloved educator Chris Weaver. The program will feature musicians from diverse cultures and music genres performing together in a rare night of musical exchange.

Performing together will be many players from Asheville’s diverse music scene, including members from Natural Born Leaders, Mystic Ferrymen, Sherri Lynn & The Mountain Friends Band, The James Berlyn Quartet, Cosmic Intuition, Umoja Percussion Ensemble and many other groups. Musical explorations will feature pianist Patrick Littlejohn, multi-instrumentalist Wind and Ron Greenberg, hip-hop artist Spaceman Jones and dozens more. Expect improvisational dance by Amanda Levesque and Friends.

There will also be drum/percussion jams in between music sets led by conga master Kayin Burney. Admission is $10 or $7 if you bring a drum or percussion instrument and play in the drum jams. Concerts For Racial Harmony is a non-profit series under the auspices of Zamani Refuge, a 501C(3) organization.

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Later Event: November 10
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