An Afternoon of Syrian Music
Date(s) - 10/21/2023
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Katonah Museum of Art
Join us for a special program on Syrian musical heritage and preservation with the Syrian Music Preservation Initiative, presented in partnership with ArtsWestchester. An interactive demonstration will be followed by a music performance in the Marilyn M. Simpson Sculpture Garden featuring the esteemed Arab chamber music ensemble Takht Al-Nagham.
Free with Museum admission.
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