Celebrating the musical cultures of our region
Watch American roots musician Martha Redbone teach area students in third through sixth grades about the musical heritage of our region. Redbone, who has Cherokee, Shawnee, and Choctaw ancestry, shared some of the Tsalagi language and helped to instill an appreciation for the music of the Appalachian Mountains during her fall 2018 visit to the center.
With your help, we can bring even more opportunities for kids from throughout Southwest Virginia to celebrate cultural preservation through music and to learn about the rich cultures of our region and beyond.
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