AfroSolo proudly salutes Dr. Stephanie Anne Johnson for being selected to perform her one woman show Every Twenty-One Days: Cancer, Yoga, and Me in the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival, March 2015. Stephanie performed the world premier of this show in AfroSolo’s Black Voices Performance Series in September 2014. It’s a wonderful show that is funny,Continue reading “AfroSolo Alum Dr. Stephanie Anne Johnson in LA Arts Festival”
AfroSolo Community Health Fair Saturday, August 9, 2014 – 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Ella Hill Hutch Community Center – 1050 McAllister Street, San Francisco, CA 94115 Free Admission “Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane.” – MLK. in a speech to the Medical Committee for Human Rights,Continue reading “AfroSolo Community Health Fair – August 9th – 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.”
We will see you tomorrow at the FREE Yerba Buena Gardens Festival! Join AfroSolo at 1pm on 3rd/4th Mission St. in San Francisco. We’re so excited to kick off the to AfroSolo Theatre Company Arts Festival, starting with a Tribute to Paul Robeson.
Before we see you on Saturday for the FREE concert at Yerba Buena Gardens, you’ll want to get to know our artists! Anthony Brown | www.anthonybrownbaritone.net Anthony Brown is a critically acclaimed baritone. Besides the standard classical repertoire, he has made a specialty of performing music of the American experience, especially Negro Spirituals. He has lectured widely onContinue reading “Get to know our FREE Concert Artists!”
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Free Outdoor Concert When: Saturday, August 2, 1:00pm Where: Yerba Buena Gardens (Mission Street between 3rd & 4th St.) Admission: Free and open to the public (Picnics welcome. No pets please.) Featuring: Anthony Brown, baritone; accompanied by Dr. Carl Blake, pianist; guest artist Candace Johnson, soprano In collaboration with Yerba Buena Gardens Festival, AfroSolo Arts Festival presentsContinue reading “Free Outdoor Concert in Yerba Buena Gardens”
We are just a few weeks away from kicking off our Arts Festival this year! But without the support from our donors, the AfroSolo Arts Festival would not be possible. We are very thankful for everything our wonderful donors contribute to our organization. Below is a list of some of our donors over the twenty tears! BankContinue reading “Thank You To Our Donors”
We can hardly wait for the start of our annual AfroSolo Arts Festival. The AfroSolo team has been working hard to put on a great community event for August! Most of the event are open and free to the community, so be sure to bring your friends and family. Here’s the line up: ACT 1 Tribute to Paul Robeson AugustContinue reading “Join us for the AfroSolo Arts Festival!”
We’re so excited for our Health Fair on August 9th which is just one month away! It will be located at the Ella Hill Hutch Community Center (1050 McAllister St. San Francisco, CA 94115) from 10-1pm. We believe that a healthy community is a happy community, so join us for this free event. Along with health information, weContinue reading “Health Fair — One month away!”
Have you seen AfroSolo’s Youtube channel? We’ve had the opportunity to interview great people including painter, Nannette Harris, Artistic Director of the New Conservatory Theater Center, Ed Decker, and audience member reactions after Civil Rights Freedom Rider, Etta Ray Simpson’s, discussion at the Museum of the African Diaspora. To watch our Youtube channel, click here.