NC African American Music Trail Celebration


The Hennessee Room located in the Lois K. Murphy Center
630 Henderson Street
Mount Olive, NC 28365
Date & Time: 
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at 11:00am to at 12:00pm
Arts & Sciences


  The African American Music Trail, a living history project spearheaded by the NC Arts Council, winds through eastern North Carolina
  with a daylong event at the University of Mount Olive.  The 11AM lecture will be led by a representative from the NC Department of
  Cultural Resources describing the way the Music Trail project began and continues to evolve.  Jazz musicians from on and off campus
  will perform throughout the afternoon, culminating in a concert at 7:30 by African American music leaders, some nationally famous.
The NC Arts  Council says, “These musicians reflect their home communities, and their sounds transcend time and place.  They are an integral part of our state’s heritage.”  This day is supported in part by a Grassroots Grant from the Arts Council of Wayne County. 
For more information on the event, contact Mary Kerstetter at or call 919- 920-3955.