HARMAN International and the Make Music Alliance are hosting a pop-up Street Studio on November 4 as part of the Words Beats & Life Festival (WBL Fest), an annual event celebrating the transformative power of hip-hop culture in all forms.
The HARMAN Street Studio will be equipped with musical instruments and HARMAN recording technology, and be available for the public to sing, play an instrument, record audio, and become part of a spontaneous, collaborative production of original music. Producers Zubin Hensler and Ricardo Nigaglioni will host the HARMAN Street Studio and edit the audio recorded into a one-of-a-kind music track to be shared online.
WBL Fest is a multi-event celebration. The HARMAN Street Studio is open to the public and will be hosted at the John F. Kennedy Center in conjunction with the Top Notch B-Boy/B-Girl Battle and the Fine Lines Paint Jam performances.