Solèy Midi (or Midday Sun) with Recording Artist Talie Cerin
January 31 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Chronicling Resistance: The Exhibition closes with a performance by folk and soul singer Talie Cerin. Join us for an evening of music and stories connecting Black resistance in Haiti and Philadelphia. The concert will take place in the Skyline Room, but come early and take one last look at Chronicling Resistance with extended hours in the Dietrich Gallery.
Solèy Midi, Live Performance by Recording Artist Talie Cerin
Parkway Central Library
Skyline Room (4th floor) and William B. Dietrich Gallery (3rd floor)
Talie Cerin is a Philadelphia based singer-songwriter, podcast host and writer originally from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Her music, a mixture of Haitian folk and soul music, is a testament to the two cultures that have shaped her as an artist and woman. Accompanied by her trusty guitar, Talie sings to honor a rich and difficult past and to present hopeful visions for the future for anyone searching for peace. In 2019, Talie released “Solèy Midi” a twinkling collection of original compositions and Haitian folk songs chronicling a journey to find the sun. Solèy Midi is available on all major music purchasing and streaming platforms.