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Included with paid museum admission; free for members
Embark on a musical journey around the globe to commemorate MIM’s 10th anniversary and reflect on a decade of music—the language of the soul. Diverse musical performances and activities will bring MIM’s immense collection to life.
To support social distancing, we are limiting the number of guests at each activity. Visit Guest Service on the day of the event to check availability; participation is on a first-come, first-served basis.
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Pop-Up Demonstration: Robjohn Pipe Organ
Enjoy a short demonstration of MIM’s new 14-foot-tall pipe organ, made in 1859, the only surviving instrument of New York City builder Thomas Robjohn.
Congo Masks and Music Mini Gallery Talk
Included with special exhibition admission only.
Explore the music and art of the Congo with Manuel Jordán, PhD, MIM’s deputy director and chief curator, or Katie Palmer, DMA, curator of education, in this brief insider’s look at the curation of the exhibition’s rare and special collection of masks and musical instruments.
Bomba Drumming Workshop: Grupo BombAZo
Get ready to make some music in a workshop featuring the Afro–Puerto Rican style of bomba led by Joe Goglia and Grupo BombAZo. Each session will last 30 minutes, and drums will be sanitized before and after use.
Hip-Hop Dance Performance: The Jukebox Dance Studio
Members of the Jukebox Dance Studio bust a move in this engaging dance performance showcasing the bounce and rock grooves of hip hop.
Programming is subject to change.
November 6–8, 2020
Receive a 20% discount on most items in the Museum Store and online—including global crafts, musical instruments, and MIM catalogs and apparel. Shop the MIM Store Online at theMIMstore.org.
This special discount cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts, and final-sale merchandise is excluded. For more information, please call the Museum Store at 480.478.6002. Curbside pickup is available for online and phone orders. Every purchase benefits MIM and its programs.