Join the National Black MBA Association, Chicago Chapter, as we celebrate Black History Month with the African American Network of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra!
Purchase your discounted tickets today!
A Sovereign Pout: Le Tumulte Noir of Josephine Baker:
A multi-dimensional homage to the first black superstar, “Le Tumulte Noir” celebrates her pioneering Paris revue and her pivotal role in the 1927 silent film “Siren of the Tropics.” This film score by Chicago composer (and frequent AAN guest) Renée Baker will be performed live by the Chicago Modern Orchestra Project, the percussion ensemble Tsukasa Taiko and members of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians.
We look forward to seeing you there!
*Tickets must be purchased to attend
*This event will be located in Buntrock Hall
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
220 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60604, United States (view map)
Sat, Feb 29, 2020, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm CST
Our Mission: The National Black MBA Association leads in the creation of educational opportunities and economic growth for African Americans. Providing innovative programs to stimulate their intellectual and economic growth. Building partnerships with key stakeholders who help facilitate this growth. Increasing awareness and facilitating access to graduate management education programs and career opportunities in management fields.
Our Local Vision: Increase the number of successful African American professionals in the business community. The CCNBMBAA is a professional Organization that serves as a resource for communicating information and ideas among Black Executives, Entrepreneurs, Educators, and Students in the Chicago area who are interested in improving the effectiveness of Black businesses and Black business professionals.
The goals and objectives of the CCNBMBAA are:
Establish and maintain an effective information and communications network which will serve the membership and the business community.
Provide continuing business education as a means of improving and maintaining the skills and effectiveness of the members and support the efforts of those planning to pursue advanced business degrees.
Provide scholarships for those intending to pursue business related degrees. Encourage scholarly research in those areas of business which affect the Black community.
Provide a service to the community, whenever requested, managerial and technical assistance to Black Entrepreneurs and businesses.