Soul Inscribed is a hip-hop and spoken word collective.
The ensemble creates an eclectic new vision of jazz, dub, and afrobeat by mixing hip-hop, poetry, and soulful vocals. Propelled by a sonic blend of jazz, funk and dub instrumentals, audiences of all ages will love these educational and musical performances.
Soul Inscribed is comprised of:
+ Baba Israel (emcee/production)
+ Grace Galu (vocalist)
+ Duv (vocalist)
+ Sean Nowell (Sax, Flute, FX)
+ Doron Lev (Drums)
+ Yako 440 (instrumentation/production).
POST-EVEN ACTIVITY: Dance and beatbox workshop
ABOUT THE SERIES:
This series is designed to accommodate those with young children and sensory needs. Each performance will conclude with an artistic activity led by Museum Education and Creative Program staff alongside talented, regional Teaching Artists. In an effort to make live experiences affordable and accessible for all ages, the series will follow a “pay-what-you-can” model, with suggested donations at $5, $10, and $15 per person. Bundle packs, which will include admission to all four performances, begin at $20.