About

Crocodile River promotes African and African-influenced music including Brazilian, Caribbean and Flamenco by connecting our roster of distinguished performers with audiences of all ages, backgrounds and experiences.

Our concerts, workshops, lecture/demonstrations, residences, and other educational programs make us a leading source of African music and cultural activity in New England.

In support of our mission, Crocodile River has recently entered into a working partnership with the Gallery of African Art in Clinton, Massachusetts, with the common goal of increasing awareness and appreciation of African art and music throughout the Northeast.

  • News

    • Summer African Music Series
      Summer African Music Series

      Throughout the summer of 2014 Crocodile River Music, Gallery of African Art and Coffeelands Cafe are showcasing musicians specializing in or inspired by African Music. read more...

    • FEBRUARY AFRICAN MUSIC SERIES
      FEBRUARY AFRICAN MUSIC SERIES

      For the month of February, notable African musicians will be adding to the international flavor of downtown Clinton. Every Thursday Gallery of African Art and Coffeelands Café will be showcasing a different musician specializing in traditional African Music. read more...

    • Free Drumming and Dancing Classes
      Free Drumming and Dancing Classes

      Free African drumming and dancing classes. Find out more by clicking through to post. read more...

    • Heritage students get a taste of West African culture
      Heritage students get a taste of West African culture

      "It's kind of unexplainable, like it was way too good!" fourth-grader Joseph R. Dumas said. The second-, third- and fourth-graders recently completed a monthlong immersion in the music, art and culture of West Africa. read more...

    • First Anniversary Celebration
      First Anniversary Celebration

      The Gallery of African Art, with the help from Sunrise Boutique, Coffeelands World Cafe, the Church of the Good Shepherd and Crocodile River Music, celebrated the first anniversary of the gallery's expanded space on High Street. read more...

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