Flint Cultural Center | 11.4-11.6.22 | Photography by @TRUHeartphoto
This special weekend of music and dance featured tap classes taught at the Flint Institute of Music by multiple talented instructors for all levels of skill, as well as African Drumming with Baba Kevin. The schedule also included a Living Legends Luncheon and a Youth Ensemble Dance Party with Djay Tron. Tapology CEO Alfred Bruce Bradley was presented with the Michigan Heritage Award by the Michigan Traditional Arts Program at Michigan State University. The event culminated with the Call & Response Concert at FIM Whiting Auditorium, featuring Jazz, R&B, African Drumming, Caribbean and Hip Hop music. The concert was created to be a historical and artistic account of the significance of African call-and-response music in American culture and its impact on freedom, justice and equality.