Saturday, February 13, 2010

West Harlem’s Chamber Music Series Presents 'Black History Month Celebration 2010' Feb. 21

[Africa: Piano Music of William Grant Still; Denver Oldham, piano; Koch 3 7084 2H1 (1991)]

David Burnett tells us of this Black History Month Celebration in West Harlem. The performers include Jessie Montgomery, Violin. She was featured in several AfriClassical posts during her tenure as a Violinist-in-Residence with the Providence String Quartet and Community MusicWorks in Providence, Rhode Island.

Host: Music at St. Mary's
Type: Concert
Date: Sunday, February 21, 2010
Time: 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Location: St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Street: 521 West 126th Street

Featuring: Co-founder Liz Player, Clarinet; Co-founder Charles Dalton, Viola; Lisa Arkis, Flute;
Christine Campbell, Story-Singer; Deryck Clarke, French Horn; Monica Davis, Violin; Janet Dorman, St. Mary's Choir Director; Donald Eaton, Percussionist; Amy Fraser, Bassoon; Evelyn Golz, Piano; Tony Howell, Dancer; David Miller, Bassoon; Jessie Montgomery, Violin; Lysander Puccio, Singer; Christa Robinson, Oboe; Lawrence Zoernig, Cello; St. Mary's Choir

Music by Antonin Dvorak, William Grant Still, William Foster McDaniel, Valerie Coleman and More...
Plus a Drama, Dance and Song Performance Inspired by the Harlem African Burial Ground! General Admission $15; Seniors/Students $10; 212-866-1492 / [William Grant Still (1895-1978) is profiled at, where a complete Works List by Dr. Dominique-René de Lerma is found.]

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