Monday, July 15, 2013 Performances for 50th Anniversary MLK, Jr. 'SYMPHONY of BROTHERHOOD' Concert August 18, 2013

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at 1963 March on Washington

John Malveaux of writes:

The 50th Anniversary MLK Jr. 'SYMPHONY of BROTHERHOOD' Concert  scheduled August 18, 2013, Zipper Hall-Colburn School (downtown Los Angeles) sponsored by Colburn Foundation,  Community Employee Fund of Boeing, California, KUSC Classical Radio, and Los Angeles Athletic Club will include the following performances.  See attachment
John Malveaux

MLK Jr. 50th Anniversary ‘SYMPHONY of BROTHERHOOD’ Concert

MusicUNTOLD String Quartet perform THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER harmonized and arranged for String Quartet by Roy Harris

violinist Annelle Gregory and pianist Phoenix Park-Kim perform instrumental versions of William Grant Still’s ‘HERE IS ONE’ (Talk about a child that do love Jesus.”) and Deep River op. 59 no. 10 by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

pianist Phoenix Park-Kim and soprano Jumi Kim perform aria ‘O Del Mia Dolce Ardor’ (O My Sweet Ardor) from the opera Paride ed Elena (Paris and Helen) music by Christoph Willibald Gluck. The librettist was Ranieri de' Calzabigi.

pianist David Rubinstein and flutist Laurel Zucker perform Adolphus Hailstork - Sonatina for flute and piano (Allegro non troppo, Siciliano, Vivace) followed by Coleridge -Taylor Perkinson - Lil' Lite O' Mine/Sparklin for flute and piano.

pianist Richard Thompson and baritone Mark Steven Doss perform Cruda, Funesta Smania an aria from Act 1 of the Italian opera Lucia di Lammermoor. Librettist was Salvadore Cammarano

pianist Phoenix Park-Kim and soprano Jumi Kim perform Regnava Nel Silenzio a second aria from Act 1 of Lucia di Lammermoor

pianist Polli Chambers-Salazar and Bass/Baritone Cedric Berry perform Spiritual arrangement by Hall Johnson of Ride on King Jesus, I DREAM A WORLD from TROUBLED ISLAND Opera with music by William Grant Still. The librettist was Langston Hughes and the Spiritual HE’S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD arrangement by Margaret Bond

SECOND HALF tentative performance order and song selections

pianist Richard Thompson and soprano Anita Johnson perform I, Too, Sing American. Music by Richard Thompson set to poem of Langston Hughes;
Three songs from Duke Ellington’s Second Sacred Concert to include Heaven, T.G.T.T (Too Good To Title), and Almighty God

pianist Phoenix Park-Kim and cellist Kristen Yeon-Ji Yun perform Sonata for Cello and Piano, movement #2 Blues (slow) by David Baker

cellist Kristen Yeon-Ji Yun perform Lamentations: Black Folk Song Suite for cello solo, movement #4 Perpetual Motion, Coleridge Taylor-Perkinson composer

pianist James Lent and soprano Juliana Gondek perform Charles Osborne arrangement of Ki Eleicha (Hebrew) and John Carter arrangement of Let Us Break Bread Together On Our Knees (spiritual),

pianist Phoenix Park-Kim and soprano Jumi Kim perform Cho-Hon (Invocation), Korean poem by Kim So Wol set to music by Dong-Jin Kim

pianist Polli Chambers-Salazar perform movements #2(Andante), #4(Vivace) and #6 (Allegro assai) from Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Valse Suite: Three-Fours, Op 71

pianist Richard Thompson and Bass/Baritone Mark S. Doss perform Standin’ in the Need of Prayer from Louis Gruenberg's opera The Emperor Jones;
Spiritual Go Down, Moses arranged by J. Rosamond Johnson;
If We Only Have Love (Quand on n'a que l'amour) from Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris music by Jacques Brel, english lyrics translation provided by Jacques Brel, Mort Shuman & Eric Blau

pianist Phoenix Park-Kim and soprano Jumi Kim perform world premiere of “Candlelight” for soprano in Korean language. Words and music by South Korean educator/composer Dr. Joopoong Kim

COLLECTIVE BOW (all artist)
Closing Credit

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