Photo Flash: Gospel Singer Donny McClurkin Holds Pop-Up Master Class with Harlem Music School
On April 3rd, Gospel singer Donny McClurkin rendered a pop-up master class at the Mama Foundation for the Arts at the request of popular radio personality, producer and founder, Vy Higginsen. The students in attendance were from the from the top tier level of Gospel for Teens and the adult class, Wednesday Sings both taught by The Mama Foundation's Executive Music and Program Director, Knoelle Higginson. Scroll down for a photo!
"Mr. McClurkin has been a great supporter of the work that we do at the Mama Foundation for a long time." states Vy Higginsen,"And having him in our home, speaking so honestly and candidly to our students meant the world to us."
The Mama Foundation for Arts seeks to present, preserve, and promote the history and fundamentals of gospel, jazz, and rhythm and blues music for current and future generations. The Foundation has established a cultural space in Harlem where youth and adults have access to quality training and employment as performing artists at low or no cost.
For more information about the Mama Foundation (Gospel for Teens, Wednesday Sings, Vy Higginsen's Gospel Choir from Harlem, Harlem Gospel Concert Series, ALIVE! 55+ and Kickin' and more contact Nicole Duncan-Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-280-1045.
On April 3rd Gospel singer and Broadway gypsy, Donny McClurkin rendered a pop-up master class at the Mama Foundation for the Arts at the request of popular radio personality, producer and founder, Vy Higginsen.