Professional Development Panel: Equity in Orchestras

Why is diversity, equity, and inclusion crucial to the future of orchestral music? How can organizations and artists integrate it into their work? ACO’s Director of Emerging Composers and Diversity, Aiden Feltkamp, leads a panel of experts in this professional development webinar. A Q&A with the audience will follow. Date & Time: Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at […]

Greenwood Overcomes

In a special concert this spring titled Greenwood Overcomes featuring a program comprised of works by living Black composers, Tulsa Opera will honor the resilience of Black Tulsans and Black America one hundred years after the Tulsa Race Massacre. During the two-day massacre May 31–June 1, 1921 the city’s Greenwood neighborhood (known as Black Wall Street) was razed […]

Walden Chamber Music Society May Concert

Walden Chamber Music Society's May concert presents Walden's Artistic Director and Concert Pianist Jo Boatright who will be joined by Mark Rush, violin, Matt Diekman, viola and Camilla Bonzo on cello. The program will include Intermezzo for violin, viola and ‘cello by Zoltàn Kodàly, Aubade for violin, viola and 'cello by Georges Enescu, Viva by […]

Arts in the Garden: Hearing and Healing with DBR

Daniel Bernard Roumain brings together musical stylings from all eras. This beautiful program features the first movement of Brahms’ Clarinet Quintet, solo Bach, Ives’ The Unanswered Question and more. DBR’s own i am a white person who _____ Black people, first premiered during the NJSO’s Virtual 20–21 season, completes a perfect evening of music in the garden. ADRIANA […]

Jennifer Koh: Bridge to Beethoven

Forward-thinking violinist Jennifer Koh is widely admired for her commanding performances of “stirring intensity” (New York Times); she has also promoted inclusivity in classical music by commissioning over 70 new works from a truly diverse range of composers. Here, she expands upon her Bridge to Beethoven project with two world premieres by Daniel Bernard Roumain […]