Friday, December 2, 2016
Newsday.com: Unusual McGill/McHale Trio to play Music at Hillwood recital at Tilles Center [LIU Post campus, Brookville, NY, 3 PM Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016]
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Eric Conway: Morgan State University Choir sings at Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at Mount Vernon Place in Baltimore
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Thursday, December 1, 2016
New York Times: The compulsion to engage the Charleston area’s complex history as a slave-trading center was, for the writer, a visceral thing
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Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Leo Brouwer's Black Decameron on Afro-Cuban program of 11th Chicago Latino Music Festival Thursday, December 1, 2016, Studebaker Theater
Leo Brouwer (b. 1939) is featured at AfriClassical.com
Dance & Music presented by the Ruth Page Center for the Arts and the Chicago Latino Music FestivalVíctor Alexander- choreographer
Frank Chaves – choreographer
Ruth Page Center for the Arts Company
Latino Music Festival Ensemble
Kaia String Quartet
410 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60605
Traditional Cuban music - “Ritmos Cubanos”
Elbio Barilari - “Canyengue”
Elbio Barilari - “Cuban Canvas” (World Premiere)
Leo Brouwer - “Gassire’s Lute: The Black Decameron”, orchestrated by Marcus Dunleavy
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Delaware Online: Violinist Nina Anderson to play National Anthem 6:30 PM, Dec. 13, National Violin Day, at Delaware 87ers Basketball Game, for Tova Sickle Cell Center
Aaron P. Dworkin
Founder, Sphinx Organization, and
Dean, University of Michigan
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Comment by email:
Thanks so much for your message Bill and this is wonderful! Hope all is well… Aaron [Aaron P. Dworkin]
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Composers Concordance: Chamber People: Co-Presented with Hudson Heights Community Music Program, Thursday, December 15, 7 PM, 729 W. 181st Street, NYC
Comment by email:
Thank you so much Bill! g [Gene Pritsker]
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Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Tadias: Ethiopia: Composer & Pianist Girma Yifrashewa's Phenomenal Show in Harlem [Sunday, November 27, 2016]
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AACI: Tickets are now on sale for our AACI concerts on Saturday and Sunday, January 28 and 29, 2017 at 3 p.m. Our theme is "Let the Knowing Speak"
Tickets are now on sale (click here) for our AACI concerts on Saturday and Sunday, January 28 and 29, 2017 at 3 p.m.!
Because our concerts generally sell out, we encourage you to purchase tickets early at Brown Paper Tickets. Be sure to select your preferred date from the drop-down menu.
The timely theme for the concerts is “Let the Knowing Speak,” where we will present music born of African American history told in the powerful language of spirituals, blues, jazz, instrumental music, and song.
AACI Co-Founders LaDoris Cordell, Jodi Gandolfi, and Deanne Tucker, along with all the musicians of AACI.
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