Military Connection: Plan to Attend the VCC World Music and Cultural Arts Festival
By Debbie Gregory.
Mark your calendar to join Artists for Trauma (AFT) and the Valley Cultural Center (VCC) as they present the first ever VCC World Music and Cultural Arts Festival.
The celebration of the empowering, healing value of world cultural music, dance, arts, entertainment and fashion will take place on Sunday, June 7th from 1:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Warner Center Park in Woodland Hills, CA.
The VCC World Music and Arts Festival features performers and artisans from around the world, joining together to celebrate and promote the healing value and empowerment of engaging with positive cultural arts and traditions.
Musical artists slated to perform include world fusion powerhouse group Tizer Quartet; Aztec Dancers of the Valley; Brazilian singer, songwriter, lyricist, and painter, Kátia Moraes & Brazilian Hearts; preeminent percussionist and bandleader Chalo Eduardo; Celtic rockers, The Young Dubliners; The Family Stone, featuring founding members Jerry Martini and Cynthia Robinson.
Artists for Trauma’s valuable contribution to the festival includes music, fashion, adaptive dance and live performance painting. Additionally, AFT is presenting a comprehensive Trauma Resource Village available to all visiting civilian and military trauma survivors and their families.
The 2nd Annual Artists for Trauma Adaptive Fashion Show is once again facilitated this year in participation with Koziak Productions and Macy’s By Appointment at Topanga Plaza in Canoga Park. The show features, wheelchair hip hop dance performers from the Walk and Roll Foundation as models in the fashion show.
Not to be missed is the irrefutable emerging talent of AFT volunteer artist, Lucy Ford, in her uber cool, live painting performance focusing on the AFT theme of “all you need is love.”
“The services provided by Artists for Trauma are vital to those who are recovering from a major traumatic event, including those who have served in our nation’s military,” said Debbie Gregory, CEO of MilitaryConnection.com. “Their collaboration with the World Music and Arts Festival can truly make a difference, and I hope that everyone will come out and support them on June 7th.”
The event is free and open to the public. MilitaryConnection.com is a proud supporter of Artist for Trauma.
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Military Connection: Plan to Attend the VCC World Music and Cultural Arts Festival: by Debbie Gregory