Learn about Arab American Heritage Month which takes place during the month of April!
Participants will enjoy music played on multiple percussion and string instruments from around the Arab world.
Learn about the history of each instrument and how they are made.
The audience will be invited to join in with rhythmic clapping,
word pronunciation, line dancing, and spontaneous questions.
With humor, acrobatics, articulation, and masterful audience incorporation, Karim will provide an uplifting experience celebrating Arab and Muslim culture.
This program will be presented by native Egyptian Karim Nagi.
Registration is required.
To register call the library at 908-276-2451 or visit 548 Boulevard.
This program has been made possible by funds from Union County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.