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THE FRIENDSHIP CONCERT III
|Performance in Downtown LA|
Address: 244 S San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, 90012
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The Friendship Concert III: Unity in Diversity: TAP (The Artists’ Platform) and F.A.C.E. (Faith and Community Empowerment) come together on April 28, 2018 at the Aratani Theatre in Little Tokyo to present The Friendship Concert III to commemorate the 26th anniversary of the Los Angeles Riots by promoting themes of tolerance, diversity, and love. This special concert strives to showcase an eclectic array of artistic talents from Los Angeles’ diverse communities.
Along with a fabulous show filled with diverse local talent, Junior High and High School students entered a competition through poetry and works of visual art as part of their studies learning and reflecting about the tragic and historical event. This year, Young Ok Kim Academy and Flintridge Preparatory School are among the participating schools. Student submissions will be considered for recognition and cash awards and selected visual entries will be included in the concert.
• Magnificent Houman Pourmehdi on Daf Frame Drum
• Reach Sisters delightful contemporary dance piece
• Celeste Lanuza beautiful Mexican/Fusion choreography with live music
• James Mahkween soulful African/Fusion work
• Instrumental duo from USC Doctorate department playing an original composition by Michael Kim-Sheng, an emerging composer
• Juli Kim Korean Classical/Fusion dance
• Wonderfully talented Tashara and Queala from Lula Washington Dance Company
• Angelic voices of Los Angeles Children’s Community Youth Choir led by Sun Joo Yeo
• The Flintridge Singers directed by Steve Hill
• Artist Entrance Dance Company premiering "Trajectory"
• Fabulous Paco & Yolanda Flamenco will be juxtaposed with Korean Five Drum Dance and then with L.A. Tatai Bayashi Kai Taiko Drum finale
Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
Aratani Theatre, 244 S San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (Little Tokyo)
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• General seating: $10
F.A.C.E. (Faith and Community Empowerment - formerly KCCD) is a non-profit faith-based organization which serves as a bridge between the Asian American community and the greater community at large. F.A.C.E. works towards connecting and creating private and public collaborations with a mission to advance the Asian American community’s participation, contribution, and influence through faith-based and community partnerships.
TAP (The Artists' Platform) seeks to empower all artists through providing a platform for performance and expression.
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