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The United Strings of Color, of the Philharmonic Association – Triangle Youth Music, is making their voice heard in this social justice concert. Through music and poetry, mostly by fellow high school students, we are commemorating black lives lost. This outdoor event is free and open to the public, but to limit audience size and… Read More ›

United Strings of Color Day of Enlightenment Violin Vigils Program May 25, 2021, 6:30 pm Raleigh Little Theatre Amphitheatre   This Is Our Dream, NPR crowd-sourced poem, read by Armand Etienne Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen, played by United Strings of Color Being Black, written and read by Destiny Carless, Rolesville High We Shall Overcome by… Read More ›

The Philharmonic Association‘s United Strings of Color youth quartet play original music by Elmer Gibson, with narration by Henry O. Lovett, and artwork by Poe Elementary students. This traditional Yoruba folktale features the adventures of Ijapa, a young tortoise, as he attempts to be the wisest in the world. This free event is recommended for… Read More ›

The Philharmonic Association‘s United Strings of Color youth quartet play original music by Elmer Gibson, with narration by Henry O. Lovett, and artwork by Poe Elementary students. This traditional Yoruba folktale features the adventures of Ijapa, a young tortoise, as he attempts to be the wisest in the world. This free event is recommended for… Read More ›