Jerry LeCroy playing an HTMA Coffeehouse in July 2017. (Photo courtesy JeriAnn Ray Payne)
Jerry LeCroy will open the HTMA coffeehouse on June 28th. Jerry has been playing folk music since the early 60s and has a special affinity for old folk blues and songwriters. He has been an active member of HTMA for over 30 years and has played for audiences all over the US and internationally.
Huntsville Community Drumline will open the HTMA coffeehouse on July 26. They are a non-profit percussion instruction organization for youth in grades 1st thru 9th. Classes are also available for senior adults and retirees. They are located at 1800 Jordan lane and are a service to the community in that instrument use and professional instruction are tuition-free. Information can be found at www.huntsvillecommunitydrumline.com
The Alabama A&M University Choir will open the HTMA Coffeehouse on August 23rd.
The Alabama A&M University Choir continues a choral tradition, which has its inception during the tenure of William Hooper Councill, an ex-slave, who founded the school in 1875. Among other things, the Choir’s tradition includes an annual Christmas Musicale, which attracts thousands of music lovers from great distances to North Alabama each December. The Choir’s tradition also contains a high standard of excellence that is continuing under the much-experienced present director, Dr. Horace R. Carney.
501C Ruling: The IRS has recognized the Huntsville Traditional Music Association as a tax exempt non-profit corporation, under section 501.c3 of Internal Revenue Code, effective August 25, 2006. Your charitable donations to help us continue our mission of maintaining a folk and traditional music presence in the Tennessee Valley are both appreciated and tax deductible.
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