Traditional Music Symposium Continues with Gullah Lecture and Performance
The University of South Carolina’s McKissick Museum will host Shared Traditions: Sacred Music in the South, February 26th and 27th in Columbia. The music symposium will feature live performances, a panel session, presentations, and music workshops. February 26th in Johnson Hall, in USC’s Darla Moore School of Business in Columbia, Eric Crawford of Coastal Carolina University will speak at 6:30pm on “The African-American Spiritual Tradition in the Sea Islands,” followed from 7:00 to 8:30pm by Aunt Pearlie Sue and the Gullah Kinfolk performing “Circle Unbroken: A Gullah Journey from Africa to America.” All Shared Traditions programs are free. Co-sponsored by the USC School of Music and Brookland Baptist Church.