Thursday, February 20, 2014

Black History Month Broadcast No. 3 by Tom Quick for Monday, February 24, 2014 is streamed live at from 9 PM-11 PM Eastern Time

Alan Hobbins
"Canada is home for acclaimed Jamaican born pianist Alan Hobbins.  His playing is described as that of concise and clear beauty coupled with passionate bravura.  Alan’s CD recordings have gained critical acclaim for their poetic artistry and lyrical imagination." 

Tom Quick is host of a radio program, originating in Ontario, Canada, which is celebrating Black History Month on three consecutive Monday evenings.  Tom writes of the third broadcast in the series, which again features Canadian pianist Alan Hobbins, who was born in Jamaica:

Hello William,
Here’s part 3 of my series for Black History Month. Thank you for your support in promoting this series.
If in the future I can promote anything please contact me.

Broadcast for Monday, February 24, 2014 9-11 pm EST.
Hot Springs Music Festival:         Yamekraw, A Negro Rhapsody.  James Price Johnson.
Conductor. Richard Rosenberg.

Karen Walwyn:  Piano.               Concerto in One Movement.       Florence B. Price.
New Black Music Repertory Ensemble.
Conductor. Leslie B. Dunner.

Chicago Sinfonietta.                  Petite Suite de Concert.     Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
Conductor. Paul Freeman.

Martin McCain:  Bass Trombone.     Arioso for king Rene.   Tchaikovsky.
Artina  McCain:  Piano.                     Vocalise.         Rachmaninov
The Sierra Winds:                             Folk Suite No. 4  William Grant Still

Rachel Barton Pine:  Violin.            Violin Concerto in F-sharp Minor.  Joseph  S. White.
Encore Chamber orchestra.
Conductor. Daniel Hege.

Alan Hobbins:   Piano.    Prelude in G-sharp minor, Op. 3 No.2  Rachmaninov.
Alan Hobbins:      “         Prelude in B-flat major, Op. 23, No. 2             “
Alan Hobbins:     “          Prelude in D major, Op. 23, No. 4                    “
Alan Hobbins:      “         Prelude in E-flat major, Op, 26 No. 6               “

Chicago Sinfonietta:      African Suite  (Selections)      Fela Sowande.
Conductor.  Paul Freeman.

Kind regards,

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