The Cleveland Museum of Art’s City Stages
, a summer concert siers that takes place in front of the Transformer Station will return on three Wednesday evenings in July.
The series kicks off on July 10 with Tal National, a group that relies upon traditional arrangements of West African folk songs and incorporates hemes of "love, tolerance, peace and beauty." Garifuna Collective (July 24) combines contemporary Garifuna roots music with dance performed by composers and musicians who "push the boundaries of this Central American musical tradition." BKO (July 31) plays contemporary Malian music and combines two of the West African nation’s most well-known traditions.
CMA Studio Go will be on hand to offer hands-on art-making activities, pop-up drawing classes and other family-oriented art projects from 5 to 9 p.m.; the music begins at 7:30 p.m. Food and drinks will be available for purchase from on-site food trucks.
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