Join us at The Kennedy Center for a weekend of celebratory sounds, storytelling, and dance affirming the creativity, joy, and resilience of Global South diaspora and black communities in the DMV.
An improvisation session in which we delve into the repertoire of the Arab region and neighboring cultures with a new set of improvisers and instrumentalists.
Oudist Huda Asfour, saxophonist Sarah Hughes and setar player Azadeh Karami join forces for a night of free improvisations. Opening for the group is the prolific and imaginative saxophonist Brad Linde, playing a solo set on C-melody saxophone. Outdoor seating. Advanced tickets required.
Huda believes in the necessity of transcending borders which is reflected in her work as an educator, musician, and engineer. As a composer, improviser, and singer-songwriter, she blends the traditional with the contemporary, resulting in a rich and lyrical musical experience.
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