On February 8th at Trenton City Hall’s Atrium, African Drummers and Dancers performed powerful rhythms and movements in celebration of Black History Month.
“African culture and life is closely interwoven with rhythm and dance … There are many different drums that make different sounds depending on how they are made. The most known are the Talking Drums. These drums when played resemble the inflection of the voice.” – AllStays
Don’t Miss These Upcoming Black History Events Happening at City Hall this Month from Noon to 1 p.m.
February 15th: Jazz Jam
February 22nd: Lessons from our Past