OUR CAMPAIGN: to build the Performing Arts Exchange
Please call 314-652-6800 to pledge your support
at the following levels. THANK YOU!
Friends of the Performing Arts Exchange
Supporter of the Performing Arts Exchange
Primary Partner of the Performing Arts Exchange
Sustainer of the Performing Arts Exchange
Sponsor of the Performing Arts Exchange
Lifetime Benefactor of the Performing Arts Exchange
Or you may mail your check/pledge to: Performing Arts Exchange, c/o: African Musical Arts, 3547 Olive St., Suite 110, Saint Louis, MO 63103
African Musical Arts was founded in 1993 with a mission to promote diverse music repertoire by African-decent composers. The organization and its founder, Dr. Fred Onovwerosuoke, have had the honor of collaborating with the music team on actor Robert De Niro's film, The Good Shepherd (Universal, 2006) and in 2008 partnered with Oxford University Press to publish the series, Songs of Africa, a much sought choral music collection for performing groups and music educators across the US, Europe and beyond. However, our next major project, the Performing Arts Exchange, will become our legacy to the City of Saint Louis, and upon completion will be managed from our Grand Center offices. We are very grateful for generous contributions from the Regional Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, the Trio Foundation, Boeing Corporation and other private donors. We have a little ways to reach our goal, so please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help launch the Performing Arts Exchange. THANK YOU.
Help promote cultural diversity by highlighting classical music by African-descent composers. Try naming African American composers, Latino-Latina American or Asian American composers that you may know, and the exercise would surprise you...