Saturday, August 11, 2018 | 4:00 PM
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center
104 17th Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98144
Tickets: $40 Suggested Donation
or Pay What You Can * Limited Discount Tickets - Shop Early!
Scheduled to Appear with Mona & Lesa:
Owuor Arunga, Trumpet | Elaine Martin, Vocals
Evan Flory-Barnes, Bass
Adrian Smith, Cello | Paul Richardson, Piano
John Hargrave Jr., Spoken Word
Renee Williams, Ballerina, Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center Brian Kirk, Drums | Patricia Valentine, Vocals
Olu Dixon & Eyoub Enbris, Northwest Tap Connection
Kelle Brown, Vocals | Makeda Ebube & Youth Dancers
Checks should be made out to
Adefua Cultural Education Workshop (ACEW)
and mailed to Dr. Maxine Mimms
PO Box 1039
Shelton, WA 98584
Mona, Maxine, Lesa, Twanda
Let the Strings Speak is the brain child of Dr. Maxine Mimms, founder of Evergreen State College Tacoma campus and educator since 1950. It’s a collaboration with Dr. Lesa Terry, violinist and educator and her twin sister Mona Terry, CMP, Mona Terry, featured harpist. The collaboration is inclusive of the music from the Pan African Culture that sustains and feeds your soul. We partner with other professional musicians along with up and coming young artists and plant a seed of possibility. As educators we believe that the sounds from the String instruments reduce the noise level in our development and learning raises the energy and allows us to reach for excellence. We are excited to present this intergenerational program for our 3rd year and invite the community to join us for an afternoon of healing.
Behind The Strings Video
Thank you to our 2018 Sponsors!
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