The Celebrating Culture Series, formerly known as the “Fall Concert Series,” is a year-round, curated showcase of live performances featuring accomplished local artists across various cultures, genres, and backgrounds. Each event is sure to leave you not only entertained and delighted but hopefully also having learned something new! The Celebrating Culture Series is an excellent opportunity for friends and families to enjoy a unique cultural experience together at your Library.
This newly rebranded series will kick off with the following performances:
Thursday, March 17 at 5:30 p.m. – Spectrum Chamber Music Society
Spectrum Chamber Music Society is the oldest continually-operating series of professional chamber music performances in Fort Worth. The majority of its members also perform in the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and frequently feature artist-faculty members of local universities, members of other area orchestras and wind ensembles, and other solo artists.
Thursday, April 14 at 5:30 p.m. – Bandan Koro African Drum & Dance
Tony Browne founded Bandan Koro African Drum and Dance Ensemble in 2009 as an outlet to study and share experiences associated with African culture and history with the community at large. The ensemble of musicians, singers, dancers, storytellers, and educators engage with diverse audiences year-round, fostering values of love, pride, cultural engagement, and excellence within the communities that they visit.
All performances in the Celebrating Culture Series are free to attend and will take place at the NRH Library at 9015 Grand Ave. Visit library.nrhtx.com/CelebratingCulture to learn more.