Original air date: 7/2/2012 Dragons of Zynth may be described as a mix of “melancholy psychedelia, romantic soul, itchy hip-hop, and frazzled hard rock.” See for yourself. Afrofuturism at MoCADA results from six months worth of collaboration between seven Brooklyn schools. The Imagining Tomorrow exhibition lets us see how these young people express their vision of the future for people of African descent. Ivo Perelman is a well-known tenor saxophonist and painter, born in Brazil, now based in Boerum Hill. He talks about the connection between his visual art and his improvisational jazz. We’re there as members of Urban Bush Women rehearse for their appearance at the Fort Greene Juneteenth Arts Festival. How many times, as you’ve biked or jogged around Prospect Park on a Sunday, have you passed all those drummers lost in what sounds like a polyrhythmic paradise? Learn more about Drummers Grove. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
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