Young Harmonies of Houston presents "A Multicultural of Music - Fusion of Sound"

Photo by Fayetta Allen

This third annual benefit concert for the Young Harmonies of Houston will feature Latin and contemporary jazz and rhythm and blues. Guests performers include guitarist Mark Towns, percussionist Jorge CroCro Orta, bassist Al Campbell, pianist Dehner Franks, vocalist Mickey Moseley, saxophonist Horace Alexander Young and the Westbury High School jazz band under the direction of Al Campbell and Kyle Turner.

The Young Harmonies of Houston, a choral group of kids ages 9 to 16, will showcase its talents alongside these great musicians. The Young Harmonies will perform songs by the late Selena, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Bob Marley. The concert will also have a classical touch as a string quartet from Virtuosi accompanies the singers on the hits "We are the World" and "The Greatest Love."

The evening will also feature a reception and silent auction.



Houston Museum of African American Culture
4807 Caroline St.
Houston, TX


$25 adults; $15 children 8 years of age and under.
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