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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Students Obtaining Unique Musical Levels (S.O.U.L) Free Concert

Categories: Indiana University

 

Underrepresented high school students from the state of Indiana participate in a week-long camp that culminates in a free concert at 11 a.m. Friday, June 19 in the Grand Hall of the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center at 275 N. Jordan Ave.

Camp S.O.U.L. was founded seven years ago by former IU Soul Revue Director Tyron Cooper. His vision for the camp was to focus on the historical, theoretical and performance components of African American music and culture.

The camp is offered through the Office of Community and School Partnerships.

Laura Newton

Laura Newton

A proud Indiana University grad, Laura blogs primarily about IU related events, athletics and other happenings on campus. Laura is the Chief Operations Officer for Visit Bloomington.

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