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Gwynedd Mercy University will mark Black History Month by presenting this world-renowned Afro-Cuban all female ensemble, ZapOte! New York City-based bassist, Conguera, and singer-songwriter Dawn Drake lead this Global Groove ensemble ZapOte, which breaks down cultural barriers by incorporating everything from Afro-Cuban jazz to hip-hop to samba into a soul-shaking mix. Deep bass grooves and swinging horn lines provide a danceable backdrop for Drake’s socially conscious lyrics, which impart messages of universal consciousness, empowerment, and compassion.
This year’s Readers’ Theater presentation is a comedy about an octogenarian who no one bothers with until she wins $450 million in the lottery. Her friends and relatives try every trick to wrench the fortune from this poor soul. For mature audiences only.
To honor the 60th anniversary of the start of the iconic Beatles Band, the Voices of Gwynedd will sing a selection of choral versions of their best loved songs. The Beatles contributed to music, film, literature, art, and fashion, and have made a continuous impact on popular culture and the lifestyle of several generations. Carrying powerful messages of love, peace, support, and imagination, their songs continue to inspire to this day.
Help us welcome the Class of 2020 into the Alumni Association at this year's hottest GOLD event.
Check back in March for online ticket registration.