Kevin Sylvester and Wilner Baptiste, better known as Black Violin, drew a rapturous response from a sold-out crowd at High Point Theatre for their fusion of classical and hip-hop last night. Sylvester and Baptiste plucked and bowed their instruments on this improvised freestyle piece, while DJ SPS worked the turntables and Nat Stokes got down on the drums.

Look for a review of the show in Wednesday’s print edition of Triad City Beat.

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