African Musical Arts, Inc.
(formerly St. Louis African Chorus)
3547 Olive Street, Suite 110
St. Louis, Missouri 63103, USA
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By making a donation to the African
Musical Arts, you are helping to sustain an
organization that has provided cultural enrichment programming for over a
decade. From the very beginning the intent of our organization was to promote world
peace through intercultural understanding. This need has become more apparent in
light of current developments around the world, and we rely on your generous
support to fulfill our mission. You may
contribute to our general operations fund, or stipulate that your funds go
toward any of these programs:
SEASON CONCERTS & TOURING PROGRAM: To present concerts that
showcase diverse music and cultural
traditions from Africa. Touring groups from
Africa scheduled every season
OUTLOUD: This is a community partnership with
various schools and
colleges for students
and teachers to attend concerts or participate in African Chorus
AFRICAN MUSIC FOR COMMUNITY HEALING: programs
presented to residents at nursing homes and other
AFRICAN CHORAL MUSIC WORKSHOPS: This internationally acclaimed
program now boasts of a second full-time instructor - Ablawa
Reine, the very charming songstress from Benin Republic. Ms.
Ablawa Reine also doubles as
African Musical Arts, Inc Cultural Exchange Consultant. Dr.
Anicet Mundundu joins us this season as full-time
instructor. The workshops are scheduled in schools and
at other community
VOICE OF AFRICAN MUSIC NEWSLETTER: Quarterly issues will be
mailed to over 12,000 subscribers in the Greater St. Louis area.
As with previous issues, over 100,000 readers will access the
online version of this newsletter.
SYMPOSIA AND MUSIC FESTIVALS: Organized
annually in partnership with educational institutions and other
organizations across the United States and beyond, these
gatherings bring scholars, artists and audiences together for a
long weekend of art music by African-descent composers.
Volunteer at African Chorus
We rely on hundreds of volunteers
who graciously give of their time and expertise
to African Musical Arts programs.
Internships are also available for high school and college students. As a
volunteer you contribute or gain expertise in general database management,
desktop and web publishing, creating sheet music, concert promotion and
management, board development and general operations management. If you
are interested in ways you can help, please contact
Ms. Katie Guyton at
Katie @ africanchorus dot orgor
call Reine (pronounced like English"Reign") at 314-289-4052.
To discuss potential partnerships, business relationships, corporate
sponsorships or promotional opportunities, email
Dr. Wendy Hymes at
africanchorus dot org
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unique programming. To do a story on our organization or any aspect of our
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