Brown Sugar and Art
Brown Sugar Strings: Enchanting Durham at Ella West Art Gallery
Durham, the vibrant city at the heart of North Carolina's Triangle, is no stranger to culture and creativity. It's a place where art and music flourish, where innovation and tradition coexist harmoniously. This thriving cultural scene is about to be taken to new heights as the Brown Sugar Strings graced the Ella West Art Gallery with their mesmerizing performance.
The Ella West Art Gallery: A Haven of Creativity
Nestled in the heart of Durham, the Ella West Art Gallery stands as a testament to artistic expression. The gallery is not just a physical space; it's a canvas that captures the soul of Durham's artistic community. With its doors wide open to all, it beckons visitors to immerse themselves in a world of creative wonder. Brown Sugar delighted crowds with music from Bach to Michael Jackson concluding with a string arrangement of " Best Part" by H.E.R arranged by Jeanetta Powell.
Brown Sugar Strings featured with director Jeanetta Powell and Ella West Art Gallery owner, Linda Shropshire Eudy.
Brown Sugar Strings was developed to introduce girls of color to the wonderful world of string and orchestral music. Musicians of color only make up 1% of the orchestral world. Ensembles such as Brown Sugar are dedicated to increasing this number and blazing new paths.
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