Futureman & Guest Artists
Futureman presents the New Village Orchestra
Featuring Black Mozart Ensemble, Accelerando Youth Orchestra, and Special International Guests
- Edmar Castaneda: Harp (Columbia)
- Sunny Dada: Djembe (Nigeria)
- Jorge Glem: Cuatro (Venezuela)
- Daniel Prim: Maracas/Percussion (Venezuela)
- Jeikov Vital: Percussion (Venezuela)
Local International Guests:
- Jesus Agreda: Drums/Timbale (Venezuela)
- Manuel “Big Hands” Ramirez: Percussion (Venezuela)
- Alex Rivas: Keyboards (Cuba)
- Yosvany Cordero: Bata/Percussion (Cuba)
TUESDAY September 11th, 2018 @ Nashville State Community College, H Building Theater — Roy “Futureman” Wooten will present the New Village Orchestra to students and esteemed guests at the Nashville State Community College. This Orchestra will be comprised of the Black Mozart Ensemble, accompanied by small local orchestra “the Accelerando Youth Orchestra”, 4 local International musicians, and a dream team of 5 famed Internationally acclaimed musicians: Sunny Dada (Nigerian, the Godfather of Afrobeat and founder of Afrokoko in China), Daniel Prim (esteemed Venezuelan percussionist, member of the renowned El Sistema), Edmar Castenada (world renowned Columbian/Venezuelan Harpist), Jorge Glem (Latin Music Grammy Winner, Venezuelan Cuatro Player/Mandolinist, also a member of El Sistema) and Jeikov Vital (Founder of Tambores Bombaya, renowned Venezuelan percussionist and member of El Sistema).
Behind the scenes Perc Rehearsal for upcoming free concert at Nashville State Community College—at 7pm on Tuesday, Sept 11th, 2018.
Come join us Tuesday, September 11—open to all.
“Futureman” Roy Wooten brings special guest artists to Nashville State Community College for morning music clinics and an evening of new American classical music.
- Music Clinics (free): 9am–12pm
- Concert (free): 7pm
Please donate to help support this event, and future educational outreach development. Tax Deductible: Educational Development Outreach Center EDOC. 501c3 non-profit
H Building Theater, Nashville Campus
Nashville State Community College, H Building Theater
120 White Bridge Pike
Nashville, TN 37209
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