The Center for African American History, Arts & Culture will host “One Night” in Harlem.
The center will present the second in a series of three concerts in partnership with the Aiken Symphony Orchestra. Beginning at 7 p.m. on Saturday, February 4, attendees can experience A-listers including Bernstein, Gershwin and Duke Ellington during this evening of jazz that pays homage to some of America’s greatest music.
In addition to the concert, attendees will also be able to see a new exhibit titled “The Legacy of Fiber: The African American Story Quilt of Dr. Marlene O’Bryant-Seabrook” in the main gallery.
The Aiken Symphony Orchestra is a nonprofit organization that has greatly enhanced Aiken’s musical culture. The ASO represents an ensemble of some of the finest professional classical instrumentalists in South Carolina and Georgia.
The Center for African American History, Arts and Culture is also a nonprofit organization with a mission to be an educational resource that supports diversity and a sense of community in Aiken. This is accomplished by providing high-quality leadership and development to preserve African American cultural history throughout Aiken and Aiken County.
This event is free and open to the public. The center is located at 120 York St. NE
For more information on ASO, please visit aikensymphonyorchestra.com.
For more information on the African American Center, visit www.caahac.org.