On Saturday, March 4, 2006, Dr. Knibbs lectured and performed
Afro-Americana in Cary, North Carolina, at the Eighth Annual African-American Celebration, at the Community Center, 404 North Academy Street, North Academy & Chapel Hill Road.  This event was organized by Lester Thomas of the Ujima Group Inc., who can be reached at (919) 380-7020 or leslthm@aol.com.

Watch this space for announcements of future performances.
Lester Allyson Knibbs, Ph.D.
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Dr. Knibbs performs Afro-Americana, piano music in African American styles drawn from the classical repertoire, including music by George Gershwin (American), Ernesto Lecuona (Cuban), R. Nathaniel Dett (African American), Louis Moreau Gottschalk (Louisana Creole), Scott Joplin (African American), Claude Debussy (French), and by Dr. Knibbs himself.  Dr. Knibbs is an Assistant Professor of Music at Fayetteville State University in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

Dr. Knibbs inaugurated Fayetteville State University's 2005-06
Fine Arts Series on Sunday, October 23, 2005, performing Gershwin's Three Preludes, Lecuona's Danzas Afro-Cubanas, Dett's In the Bottoms suite, Debussy's Evening in Granada and Golliwog's Cake Walk, and Gottschalk's The Banjo.