The Farmington Libraries invite you to a special presentation by renowned flautist Galen Abdur-Razzaq. Galen will talk about the history of jazz, its historical significance and its most influential contributors. Galen will chronicle jazz music from the turn of the century to present day, with an emphasis on understanding and appreciation of jazz and its historical significance – a true American heritage.
Galen Abdur-Razzaq is an extraordinary flutist with an extensive performance career. Razzaq is also a riveting speaker with encyclopedic knowledge on the topic of jazz history.
He studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston and received an MA in education and performing arts from Rutgers University. A former educator, composer, arranger, director, and producer of children’s songs. Razzaq has performed and lectured at colleges and universities for over twenty-five years. For more information on Galen visit his website.
Registration is required. Join us via Zoom!
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