Indigenous Mind: Hamid Drake, Joshua Abrams, Jamal Moore & Jeb Bishop

 

Thursday, April 23, 2020, 7:30 pm
UMass Old Chapel

 

Indigenous Mind may also be called Primordial Mind. It is something we all possess. It belongs to everyone and every culture at its root. Indigenous Mind, even though it is always present, still has to be discovered. We attempt to do that with music and art. Going beyond the illusion of performer and audience and allowing ourselves to enter, touch, feel, sense, and enjoy the oneness of the shared energy of open space. Featuring Hamid Drake, drums and percussion,  Jamal Moore, saxophone,  Jeb Bishop, trombone, and  Joshua Abrams, bass and guimbri.


General Admission $15; Students $7
This event is eligible for Card to Culture discounts

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Virelles/Parker/Cleaver Trio

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