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Playing Race: Globalization & the Arts

flyer for Hazelwood school event

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News Release Date: March 26, 2008
Contact: Rick Ziino, (314) 655-1600
Contact: Bob Moore, (314) 655-1600

Hazelwood East High Schoolpresents a multicultural celebration with an edge: the changing role of race and culture in our time of globalization. St. Louis musicians and artists from various cultural backgrounds will join Hazelwood East’s orchestra, jazz band, choir, theater, dance, and creative writing students in a program ranging from Indian sitar music to Latin jazz, scenes from Shakespeare, and contemporary Argentinean tango.

Saturday April 5 at 1:30 p.m. in the Museum Lobby.

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