In conjunction with the exhibition, Amoako Boafo: Soul of Black Folks, Musiqa is proud to close its 2021–2022 season with a performance inspired by the work of Ghanaian artist Amoako Boafo.
This free concert is made up of works by composers from Africa and the African Diaspora, including pieces by Mokale Koapeng, Jlin Patton, Shelley Washington, Trevor Weston and former UH student Kyle Rivera. The ensemble will include Jackson Guillen (violin), Mary Grace Johnson (violin), Molly Wise (viola) and David Olson (cello). This program lasts approximately 45 minutes.
RSVPs are recommended as seats are limited. Advance tickets will be made available for CAMH Members on Monday, June 13 at 12PM. Not a member? Join today!
All remaining tickets will be available on Monday, June 20 at 12PM.
Safety and Accessibility
Social distancing and face masks are encouraged throughout the event. Please review CAMH’s safety protocols here. For questions or concerns regarding safety or accessibility, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winner of the 2013 and 2016 Chamber Music America/ASCAP Adventurous Programming Award, Musiqa is a non-profit organization dedicated to the performance of contemporary classical music. Founded in 2002 and led by four composers, Musiqa aims to enrich and inspire the community through programs that integrate contemporary music with other art forms. Musiqa celebrates the creative arts through interdisciplinary concerts that highlight contemporary music and its connections to literature, film, dance, art, and more. With its innovative collaborations and educational programming, Musiqa strives to make their repertoire accessible and vital to audiences of all ages and musical backgrounds.