'Crossing Borders, Music and Heritage' Project Grand Finale The Crossing Borders, Music and Heritage Project focuses on young, ethnic minority musicians and dancers (13 - 25 years) in Swansea. You are invited to come and support the ethnic minority musicians and dancers of this Project as they perform live at National Waterfront Museum. The Crossing Borders, Music and Heritage Project is in partnership with Race Council Cymru, Swansea Museum, YMCA Swansea and African Community Centre, funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund. It focuses on young, ethnic minority musicians and dancers (13 - 25 years) in Swansea. They want to see whether their different cultures affect their music and dance routines that they compose and create. There are 31 young musicians and dancers who have worked hard all year on their original compositions and dance routines for this Project. Credits involve performing for Black History Month 2018 at Wales Millennium Centre and at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. These young people are looking forward to perform in front of a huge audience and they would really appreciate the support. For more information, please email [email protected] or phone 07946 145541. Booking for this event has now closed.