The Makanda Project to perform at Milton Public Library Feb. 4

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The Makanda Project to perform at Milton Public Library Feb. 4

The Milton Public Library has some interesting events for adults and families happening during the month of February 2017. On Saturday, February 4 starting at 2 p.m. there will be a one-hour jazz concert in the Keys Community Room to celebrate Black History Month. The performers will be Milton pianist John Kordalewski, bass player Carlos Pino, and drummer Kesivan Naidoo. The program will feature compositions by African American composers and will be a fitting tribute to some incredible musicians from years past. Mr. Kordalewski has been playing professionally since the late 1970s, and he leads and is the arranger for “The Makanda Project,” a 13-piece orchestra in the Boston area. Carlos Pino, of Bogota, Columbia has studied at New England Conservatory and has played on over 30 recordings, and Kesivan Naidoo of South Africa has established a reputation as one of the outstanding musicians of his generation. Do not miss this entertaining and inspiring performance!

This program is kindly sponsored by the Friends of the Milton Public Library and are free and open to the public. They are held in the lower level Keys Community Room, unless otherwise noted and for more information, contact Jean Hlady, Adult Services Librarian, at (617) 698-5757, x. 3.

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