Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Tom Quick: 'Women in Music Celebrates Black History Month' from 9-11 PM on Monday, February 9, 2015 on FM 98.5 CKWR and on

Tom Quick of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada is celebrating Black History Month on two radio stations in 2015.  We congratulate him on this outstanding public service.  On Monday, February 9, his program "Women in Music Celebrates Black History Month" will broadcast on FM 98.5 CKWR and stream live on

Black History Month February 9/2015 on FM 98.5 CKWR.

Tennessee Tech University Symphony Band:  “ I Have a dream.” Greg Danner.
Conductor. Joseph Herman.

Louise Toppin:            Soprano           Caribbean Suite. William Grant Still.
Ruth Hamilton:          Contralto.
Robert Honeysucker:  Baritone.

Texas A&M University Wind Symphony.     A Movement for Rosa (Parks)  Mark Camphouse.
Conductor. Timothy Rhea.

Artina McCain:  Piano           Prelude.  George Walker
Artina McCain:  Piano           Caprice.   George Walker.

Martin McCain: Bass Trombone.  Romance. von weber arr: Martin McCain.
Artina McCain:  Piano.

Angela Brown:  Soprano.    Lord,I Just Can’t Keep from Crying.  Margaret Bonds.Brown.Cooper.
Joseph Joubert:  Piano.       My Soul’s been Anchored.    Florence Price/Brown/Cooper.
Tyron Cooper:    Guitar.      He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands.  Margaret Bonds.

University of Florida Wind Symphony:    Rosa Parks Boulevard.  Michael Daugherty.
Conductor. David A. Waybright.

Alan Hobbins: Piano.        Moment musical in D. flat major Op.16 No.5.  Rachmaninoff.
Alan Hobbins: Piano.        Prelude in C# minor, Op. 3 No. 2                       Rachmaninoff.
Alan Hobbins: Piano.        Etude-Tableau in G. minor, Op. 33 No. 3.         Rachmaninoff.
Alan Hobbins: Piano.        Etude-Tableau in D major, Op. 39 No. 9           Rachmaninoff.

Fort Smith Symphony:     Poem for Orchestra.  William Grant Still.
Conductor. John Jeter.

Kind regards,


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Thanks for keeping us informed Bill and Tom I am honored to be among those on your program! Thank you for this celebration of Women in Music!  Sincerely,
Louise Toppin

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