LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Registration opens Monday for ‘Beat of the Heartland,’ a musical collaboration coming in June.
Defeat of the Heartland combined the get the job done of Lexington hip-hop artist Devine Carama, and Lexington Philharmonic musicians that explores the ability of group by music.
Hip-hop audio is a impressive voice for one’s lived encounters and this live performance and community collecting celebrates the several creative voices of the Lexington group.
This no cost celebration at the Loudoun House will showcase the music of Devine Carama doing with a string quintet from the Lexington Philharmonic and attribute local vocalists and poets.
In addition to this remarkable collaborative performance, this concert will also include things like a group festival in the afternoon in advance of the live performance in partnership with the Lexington Art League. The festival will attribute Lexington non-revenue and group suppliers. Meals vendors will also be on-internet site.
Devine Carama, hip hop artist
Jaysyn “JK-47” Wyche, DJ, studio engineer & producer
Jaidah Spaulding, vocalist
Rae’Shawna Campbell, vocalist
Courtney Campbell, vocalist
Jaria Gordon, poet
Christian Motley, poet
LexPhil String Quintet
Margie Karp & Meg Saunders, violins
Austin Han, viola
Benjamin Karp, cello
Maurice Todd, bass