Thursday, June 29, 2017

A Summer Evening with Broadway Singer Michael Williams

Michael Williams attended the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and received a BFA in dance with emphasis on ballet. Michael’s Broadway credits include the revival of “West Side Story,” “Wicked”, and “On the Town”. Music Director Charles Duke is an award-winning songwriter, singer and composer residing in Harlem. His work fuses jazz, soul, pop, and classical elements with engaging lyrical imagery.

Date: July 6 
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost: Free 
Event Categories: Arts/Entertainment, Music

Organizer: Queens Library – Central Branch    
Phone:(718) 990-0700 

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