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Samora Pinderhughes is a composer, pianist/vocalist, interdisciplinary artist and surrealist whose work delves into all the things our society tries to hide—about its history, about its structures, and about the individual and daily things we all experience but don’t know how to talk about. His primary body of work, The Healing Project, is an extension of the political commitments that Samora has held throughout his life and work: abolitionist, anti-capitalist, anti-colonialist, internationalist, pro-Black power, intersectional, revolutionary. Pinderhughes has been known in the music world for a while now as somebody who is fiercely committed to the fight for liberation, and as somebody who goes past just making songs about issues and is actively involved in the struggle—it’s an everyday, lifelong commitment for him, not just a moment. 

Tickets are available as part of the Music@Amherst 2023-2024 subscription packages, via the ticketing website listed below, from August 22 until Sept. 14. FREE with current AC ID. Single tickets are also available at beginning Friday, Sept. 15. General Seating. Single ticket prices: General Public: $28; Senior Citizens (65+): $22; Students, with valid ID: $12; FREE with current Amherst College ID (call 413-542-2195).

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Alisa Pearson
(413) 542-2195
Please call the college operator at 413-542-2000 or e-mail if you require contact info