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Black Music Heritage Series with Jazz Pianist Gino Rosaria

  • Sat, December 19, 2020
  • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • The Linda Evans Memorial Outdoor Pavilion @ The corner of Church St. & Tarragona St.


Learn about the history of jazz & be blessed with music from Billboard Charting artist Gino Rosario

3pm December 19th at The Linda Evans Memorial Pavilion 
@ The corner of Church St. & Tarragona St.

 

The African American Heritage Society presents: Black Music Heritage Series - Music of the African Diaspora. A monthly music series to celebrate the music that Africans have produced throughout the diaspora.

Master of Ceremonies Frank Broughton and Jazz Pianist Gino Rosario with the Band brings you a jazz concert and interview just in time for the Holiday's.  

Existing members of The African American Heritage Society get reserved seating at the park when you register. Become a member of the society here: https://africanamericanheritagesociety.org/membership


Free Event - Registration Required

About Gino Rosario

Gino Rosaria, born and raised in Curaçao, developed an interest in music at an early age. Growing up on a very culturally diverse island, Gino learned to speak four different languages fluently. The influence of the many cultures allowed him to learn and play many different kinds of music, which became a part of his identity. Later on he grew to enjoy Jazz, Latin, and Classical music the most. Gino started performing on a regular basis in his early teens.

In 2016, Gino started a new project called Groove Symphony where he released all original music inspired by his newborn Simon. In 2017 Gino’s Groove Symphony project won an award for Best Funk/Fusion EP from the Akademia in Los Angeles. Today Gino travels as an educator teaching master classes, as a producer producing music for clients all over the world, as a sideman/musical director for many national acts, and as a performing artist continuously writing and performing original music. Gino also holds an artist-in-residence position at a church in Pensacola FL.


About The African American Heritage Society

The African American Heritage Society, Inc. was founded September 12,1990 as a 501(c) 3 organization and has operated continuously with vision and purpose for nearly thirty (30) years. 

Our mission is to preserve, promote, educate and integrate African American history, heritage, culture and diversity in Pensacola and the Greater Gulf Coast Region and to continue to lead the area in supporting and promoting Cultural Tourism through education and the humanities.


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Current Exhibit

 American History Exhibit,

“Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow”

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Pensacola, FL 32502



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