Celebrate Juneteenth with Demola at ASALH’s Charity Event

Celebrate Juneteenth with Demola at ASALH's Charity Event
Photo Courtesy: ASALH / @DemolaTheViolinist

Martha’s Vineyard, MA, May 29, 2024 – The Martha’s Vineyard branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) is thrilled to announce an enchanting evening with Demola the Violinist, set to mesmerize audiences on June 19, 2024, at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum. This special event is a highlight of the 8th Annual Black & White Charity Fundraising Event, designed to celebrate Juneteenth and support the vital work of ASALH.

Demola, known for his exceptional talent and passion for music, is set to deliver a performance that will take attendees on a musical journey celebrating African American culture and heritage. His unique ability to blend classical music with contemporary influences, including African rhythms and modern genres like hip-hop and R&B, creates a sound that is both innovative and deeply resonant.

“We are incredibly excited to host Demola for what promises to be an inspiring and unforgettable evening,” said Thelma Johnson, President of the ASALH Martha’s Vineyard Branch. “His music not only entertains but also educates and inspires, reflecting the rich cultural heritage we celebrate at ASALH.”

The Black & White Annual Fundraiser is one of the most prestigious events hosted by ASALH. It brings together community leaders, supporters, and enthusiasts for an evening of elegance and philanthropy. This year’s event is expected to be particularly special, with Demola’s performance serving as the evening’s highlight. Attendees can look forward to an immersive experience as Demola takes them on a musical odyssey, weaving a tapestry of melodies that transcend boundaries and unite listeners in a celebration of artistry and expression.

In addition to the musical performance, the evening will feature various activities designed to celebrate African American culture and history. Presentations highlighting ASALH’s work and its impact on the community will offer attendees the opportunity to learn more about the organization’s mission and initiatives.

The event will also serve as a crucial fundraising opportunity, supporting the various programs and initiatives of the ASALH Martha’s Vineyard Branch. These initiatives promote the study, research, and dissemination of African American history and culture, fostering greater understanding and appreciation of African American contributions to society.

Tickets can be purchased through the ASALH event page for those interested in attending. Early booking is encouraged, as the event is expected to sell out quickly.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit the ASALH Event Page at https://mvmuseum.org/demola/.

Find more information about ASALH Martha’s Vineyard Branch here: https://mvasalh.org/.

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Join the ASALH Martha’s Vineyard Branch this Juneteenth for an evening of music, culture, and celebration. Experience the unique blend of African rhythms, classical music, and contemporary genres with Demola the Violinist. Take advantage of this opportunity to be part of a special event that honors the past while looking forward to the future.


The Martha’s Vineyard branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) is hosting a Juneteenth charity event featuring a performance by virtuoso violinist Demola. This special event is part of the 8th Annual Black & White Charity Fundraising Event and aims to celebrate African American culture and heritage. Demola’s performance will blend classical music with African rhythms and contemporary genres, creating a unique and unforgettable experience. The event will also feature activities highlighting African American history and raise funds to support ASALH’s programs.


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