This series explores the links between American music of the 1960s and 70s and the art and artists featured in the exhibition Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power. Each session features seminal tracks from the era, discussion with contemporary performers and the exhibition’s curators, and a private view of Soul of a Nation.
Rooms 1 to 8 in the exhibition will be open for ticket holders from 18.00 until the Listening Session begins at 18.45. The full exhibition will be open for a private view from 20.00 to 20.45.
Listening Session: Jazz
Monday 11 September, 18.45-20.45 (Sold out)
Featuring Stuart Baker and Soweto Kinch, chaired by Mark Godfrey
Listening Session: Black Power Funk & Soul
Monday 25 September, 18.45-20.45 (Sold out)
Featuring Norman Jay, chaired by Zoe Whitley
Listening Session: Poetry & Spoken Word
Monday 9 October,18.45-20.45
Featuring Jacob V Joyce and Deanna Rodger, chaired by Priyesh Mistry
Each Listening Session is booked separately
This event has been provided by Tate Gallery on behalf of Tate Enterprises LTD