Thursday, January 3, 2008

Maestro Leslie B. Dunner & Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra: Celebration of Black History

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra; Leslie B. Dunner, Conductor; Carolyn Sebron, Soprano; and the Asante Children's Theatre Kwanzaa Community Choir will perform a Celebration of Black History Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008 at 7:30 p.m.

The ISO’s annual Celebration of Black History concert celebrates the significant impact of African-American culture on classical and symphonic music, as well as the superb artistry and creativity of black artists, composers, and conductors. This year’s program reflects that focus with music by Indianapolis native and jazz legend Dr. David Baker, Maestro Dunner, Dorothy Rudd-Moore, and arrangements of traditional spirituals. Free and Open to the public.

Sponsored by The Indianapolis Recorder. Media Sponsor: Radio One.

No comments: