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Multicultural Music Encounters X: A Multicultural Music and Arts Series

Friday, June 8, 2012 - 8:00pm

World Policy Institute
invites you to join:

The Multicultural Music group, Inc.
Multicultural Music Encounters X:
A Multicultural Music and Arts Series

Pregones Theater
575 Walton Avenue,
Bronx, NY 10451
June 8th at 8:00 pm
Free Admission

(for more information, visit

Listen & Discuss:

A panel discussion will be followed by a concert presentation of Juan Colon’s composition, “The Parsley Massacre,” commemorating the 1937 massacre of Haitians on the Dominican Republic border.

Panel Discussants:

Dr. Carolle Charles (Baruch College)
Dr. Edward Paulino (John Jay College)
Michele Wucker (author of Why the Cocks Fight and President of the World Policy Institute)
Dr. Luis Mojica - Moderator

Dominican Republic 1937 (the Parsley Massacre):

Multicultural Music Group Orchestra/Bronx Arts Ensemble
Music Composed by Juan Colon
Orchestra Conducted by Luis Columna

For more information on the Multicultural Music and Arts Series, visit

About the Multicultural Music Group, Inc.:

The Multicultural Music Group, Inc. is a non-profit organization established in 1996 as a response to the need of multicultural music representation in the symphonic repertoire, the teacher training curricula and the instrumental music programs in the schools. The basic mission of the MMG is to provide performances, instruction and professional development in multicultural music as a tool to promote global understanding, cultural awareness, and academic achievement. The presentations, training and instruction provide the constituents the opportunity to experience artistic growth and cultural awareness through the acquisition of specific knowledge, skills, and attitudes that contribute to a more harmonious society and a better lifelong enjoyment of music.



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