The UCLA Dept. of Ethnomusicology and Trinity Baptist Church Present The UCLA African American Ensemble in Concert
The UCLA African American Ensemble, directed by James Roberson, performs a diverse mix of gospel music including Negro spirituals and traditional and contemporary gospel.
Sunday, May 23, 2004
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Trinity Baptist Church
2040 Jefferson Blvd. (east of Arlington)
Los Angeles, CA
James Roberson will direct the UCLA African American Ensemble in a high energy, inspirational performance. Roberson is an award-winning music producer who has been the director of the critically-acclaimed UCLA Gospel Choir for the past ten years. Two of his last three albums were nominated for Stellar Awards, gospel music's highest honor, and a third won a Billboard Award. Roberson is president and CEO of JDI Records, one of gospel's fastest growing record labels. As producer and songwriter, he has worked with a wide variety of artists, including Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon, as well as gospel greats Kirk Franklin and Dr. Margaret Pleasant Douroux.
Cost: Free and open to the public
For more information please contact
Trinity Baptist Church or the UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology
Tel: 323-735-0044 or 310-206-3033
Sponsor(s): Ethnomusicology, Trinity Baptist Church. Information about non-JSCASC events is posted at the request of the sender and does not reflect opinions of or endorsements by African Studies Center personnel.