The Roots of Black Music in America with Karlus Trapp*Thursday June 17, 2021
7:00 PM until 8:30 PM
The Roots of Black Music in America with Karlus Trapp*
Join Karlus Trapp for a 100 year journey back through time to hear, experience anew, and learn about the music of America’s black musical giants. This all ages show encourages and comes alive through audience participation and interaction with singing, dancing, call and response, and percussion playing.
About the performer: Veteran troubadour, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, music educator, and native New Yorker Karlus Trapp has been playing music since the age of five. For the past thirty years he has been spreading joy through his music with solo and band performances throughout the Northeast, and now, “virtually” at libraries and schools across the country. His original music has been used for both network TV and international television markets.
Registration is required for this virtual program and begins on May 1. You may register online or by calling 412-366-8100, extension 113. Please register as a household. A Zoom link for the program will be emailed out the week of the program.
to go to the Northland Public Library