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The Collective speaks with Ashley Bea singer song writer, who will be performing at WRITE ON! Black History Month Showcase, on Thursday February 27, 2014.
via ~ BEA in the Flow
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Ashley Bea known for her colorful, angelic voice and vivacious charm, was born in Toronto and is from a multicultural background which exposed her to a wide variety of genres from classical to soul and hip hop. Ashley began her musical studying classical voice with soprano Denise Williams and Elaine Overholt. In the late 90’s she became immersed in the neo soul music movement inspired by artists like Erykah Badu and Jill Scott.
She will be performing atWRITE ON! Black History Month Showcase, organized by Write On Open Mic
WRITE ON! Black History Month Showcase
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An evening of performance and dialogue by queer people of colour for Black History Month
Join us for a dynamic evening of dialogue and performance highlighting the cultural contributions of African-Canadians who identify as queer (LGBT) through music, spoken word, dance, performance art and an engaging panel discussion.
Extraordinary co-hosts Naomi Abiola and Twysted welcome featured guests including: singer/songwriter Ashley Bea & THE FLOW, recording artist TROY!, actor Sedina Fiati, playwright/poet Kwame Stephens, dancer Joy Adjemian, burlesques performer Coco La Crème, poet Kirk DeMatas, comedian Zena Lord, singer Ryan Graham Hinds, drag performer Jada Hudson and DJ Dickie.
The showcase will close with an open mic and will be preceded by a panel discussion focused on encouraging the creation of Black queer art and culture in Toronto. Panelists include DJ Nik Red, Travoyintheflesh and Polly of PollyPerryCo (TBC).
This Black History Month installation of the popular, monthly open mic nite series will engage and entertain allies while highlighting cultural and social issues relevant in Canada and internationally.
Write On Open Mic
Write On! wants you this and every last Thursday of the month for inspiring, provocative performances by talented QPOC from Toronto and beyond. This series is for ALL queers of colour who want to share and develop their performance work with appreciative audiences. Everyone is welcome to enjoy our performances. Bring a friend!
Awesome co-hosts, Giveaways & Lots of Surprises. Hosted by Akhaji.
Playlist– DJ Jams
pro era – dirty dancing f a la $ole x jean deaux
slum village – jealousy
nyck caution – far f. kirk knight, tnah apex, dirty sanchez
Playlist– DJ Gryphen