“And at Midnight…” to Culminate AACC’s Music Appreciation Month

The African American Cultural Center kicked off the academic year with a celebration of music, hosting six showings of Chasing Trane, a documentary about North Carolina native John Coltrane, in September, partnering with Multicultural Student Affairs to host ¡Tumbao!, a celebration of Afro-Latinx music and dance with live music by CaribeVibe, and will end the month with “And at Midnight…” a praise festival for Triangle youth and young adults, together with NC State’s Uninhibited Praise Gospel Choir next Friday, September 29, 2017 at 9:00 p.m. in Stewart Theatre.

All events have been free and open to the public, providing opportunities for the community to join us in celebration and appreciation of the various cultures reflected in the African Diaspora. “And at Midnight…” will feature various college, community and youth choirs, praise teams, dance ministries and the exuberant and contagious music ministry of Pastor Todd Galberth.