WITNESS 2022: REJOICE!

The Aeolians, a world-renowned choir from Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama, an Historically Black College and University, are giving us so many reasons to “Rejoice.” Named the “2017 Choir of […]

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Resilience

Harmonium Choral Society is pleased to announce the 2021-2022 season featuring four subscription concerts. March’s program is aptly titled Resilience; it will include performances of several of last year’s winners of the High […]

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Dreams of Freedom – Family Concert

An introduction to the dream and message of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.—created especially for young listeners. With music by more than a century of Black composers including Florence Price, William Grant Still, Undine […]

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40TH ANNUAL MESSIAH SING-ALONG

Kicking off 2022 is “City Called Heaven,” featuring 62 voices, piano, and percussion. It will in-law music by Skye, Trumbore, McFerrin, Choi, Kahane, Shatin, Adolphus Hailstork (a BandQuest composer), Bocanegra, […]

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CELEBRATION OF KEYS

Lawrence Loh, conductor Adolphus Hailstork (a BandQuest composer): An American Port of Call Rachmaninoff : Concerto No. 2 in C minor for piano, featuring Jon Nakamatsu Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5 […]

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Beethoven, Hailstork and Montgomery

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra announces its 2021/22 Ordway season — the 63rd concert season for the organization.  The SPCO will perform music by numerous living composers and will present […]

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Beethoven, Hailstork and Montgomery

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra announces its 2021/22 Ordway season — the 63rd concert season for the organization.  The SPCO will perform music by numerous living composers and will present […]

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Louise Toppin in Recital

Coloratura soprano Louise Toppin performs a recital of art songs and spirituals of the African Diaspora featuring works by women composers such as Margaret Bonds, Harriette Davison and Rosephanye Powell; and […]

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‘Cross Rhythms’

When the pandemic first put a halt to live performances, a group of California pianists started convening weekly over Zoom to share ideas, musical tips and plans for exploring new […]

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Northwest Bachfest Presents: Eroica Trio

Artistic Director Zuill Bailey performs with Eroica Trio members Sara Parkins, violin; Sara Sant’Ambrogio, cello; and Erika Nickrenz, piano. This concert will include works from J.S. Bach, Johannes Brahms, Jean-Luc […]

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Loeillet, Godard, Adolphus and Schubert

The Eroica Trio (their name adapted from the Beethoven Eroica Symphony) are outstanding musicians who have been performing together since their childhoods with musical connections and artistry deepened at prestigious […]

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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 […]

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AMERICA AWAKENS

Spring is in the air, the light of awareness is dawning, change is within reach, growth is on the horizon, and pride lends a bounce to one’s step.  Please join […]

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Illumination

C4 presents our seventh #C4GoesRemote livestream concert: Illumination. Join us on Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 7:30pm CT | 8:30pm ET! Our program will include the following pieces: Nocturne by […]

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Breathe in Hope

The Cal Poly Choirs will present “Breathe in Hope,” a virtual winter concert that will feature a variety of selections on the theme of perseverance and hope Date & Time: […]

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Black History Month Concert: “Can you see?”

Gonzaga University Choirs presents a livestreamed concert, “Can You See?” to celebrate Black History Month. This program features historical music by R. Nathaniel Dett, Florence Price, Undine Smith Moore, and […]

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