Celebrate the central role group singing has played in social movements by singing with the Dartmouth Rockapellas, Tyné Angela Freeman, ’17, and folk singer, Ron Israel.
Celebrate the central role group singing has played in social movements in four sing-ins each Friday in January, organized by music librarian and singer Memory Apata. This week, we are joined by singer/songwriter Tyné ('17/MALS), who will teach songs from American civil rights movements from the 1960s to the present, featuring her own original music and songs by Reverend Sekou & Jay Marie Hill, Goapele, and more. Light refreshments will be served. Appropriate for all ages; children welcome! It is not necessary to arrive on time. The Paddock Music Library is located downstairs in the Hopkins Center, across from the Jewelry Studio.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.