‘Take 6’ Performs at African Heritage Cultural Arts Middle’s eighth Annual Sankofa Jazz Competition

MIAMI– This weekend, the African Heritage Cultural Arts Middle (AHCAC) presents the eighth Annual Sankofa Jazz Competition Saturday, April 15, from 6 to eight:30 p.m. within the coronary heart of Liberty Metropolis. The competition options award-winning “Take 6“. The Sankofa Jazz Competition will happen on the African Heritage Cultural Arts Middle, 6161 NW 22 Ave., Miami, FL 33142.

Take 6 Sankofa Jazz Festival
Take 6

The Sankofa Jazz Competition is a conventional out of doors occasion for the Middle and local people. “We’re thrilled to characteristic the extraordinary Grammy Awards-winning Take 6 this 12 months. The band will delight competition goers with superb vocals,” stated Marshall Davis, Managing Director of the African Heritage Cultural Arts Middle. Songs well-loved, and some never-performed reside, are included on this particular live performance at AHCAC for the Miami viewers.

Be a part of The Band

That is the primary efficiency of Take 6’s particular venture, “Be a part of The Band.” The title comes from an album with the identical title, the place instrumentalists be a part of the legendary group as a part of their repertoire. Take 6 is an a cappella group heralded by Quincy Jones because the “Baddest vocal cats on the planet!”

The group has acquired many accolades, together with 10 Grammy Awards, 10 Dove Awards, 2 NAACP Picture Awards, a Soul Practice Award, and extra. Take 6 options Claude McKnight, Mark Kibble, Joel Kibble, Dave Thomas, Alvin Chea, and Khristian Dentley. Along with Take 6, Kizie The Violist is certain to wow the group.

AHCAC Gallery

As in previous years, Sankofa Competition members will be capable to see and expertise artwork at its most interesting in AHCAC’s gallery. This 12 months’s exhibit is entitled “Ancestors by Macedonian” by artist and filmmaker Kiro Urdin. Urdin is an award-winning multi-media artist.

The Sankofa Jazz Competition is an out of doors household affair, really useful for all ages. Tickets can be found by way of Eventbrite till 6 p.m. April 14 or when offered out. Ticket costs are $25, $45, and $60.


Originally posted 2023-04-11 22:29:35.