Black History Month Concert: ‘The Music of Cedar Walton’ Feb. 6

| January 31, 2012

Webster University presents a Black History Month concert: “The Music of Cedar Walton.” Cedar Walton is one of the best known composer/pianists/ bandleaders of the last 50 years. The featured group is led by Webster adjunct music professor Willie Akins.

The Willie Akins Quartet is composed of Willie Akins on tenor saxophone; Eric Slaughter on guitar; Bob DeBoo on bass and Montez Coleman on drums. The repertoire will include “Bolivia,” “Firm Roots,” “Fantasy in D,” “Visions” and “The Maestro.”

Date/Time: Monday, Feb. 6, 7 p.m.
Location: Moore Auditorium
Admission: $5 for the general public; students, faculty and staff free with valid I.D.

For more information,  call the Fine Arts Hotline, 314-968-7128, or the Music Department at 314-968-7032.

Category: The Arts, Webster Events

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