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NYU Percussion Ensemble Performance to Honor Black History Month

musicians Tim Adams, Lenny White and Duke Ellington
8 pm - 9:30 pm ET
Room 620
35 West 4th Street

In observance of Black History Month, the NYU Percussion Ensemble will present Tim Adams’ 8:46, which was commissioned by the ensemble with the Aspen Music Festival and School and is part of the composer’s ongoing musical contribution to the Black Lives Matter movement. In addition, the ensemble will feature the world premiere of Lenny White’s The Magnificent Seven and a rare arrangement of Duke Ellington’s Malletoba Spank for percussion ensemble.
Learn more about the artists being honored.

This performance is free and open to the public.
Livestreaming is also available.

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