Thursday, January 15, 2015

Classical Radio Host Tom Quick Again Streams Black History Month Programs, Starting 9-11 PM Sunday, February 1, 2015 on

Alan Hobbins

Last year Classical Music host Tom Quick of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada sent us the repertoire for three Black History Month programs, which were streamed on the Internet.  This year he plans four Black History Month broadcasts, starting on Sunday, February 1, 2015 on

Tom Quick writes:

Good morning William
I’m planning a series of broadcasts again this year for Black History Month.

I prerecord  a month in advance my programs for The Grand  FM 92.9. and this is the first broadcast.

I will be doing a four week series on FM 98.5 CKWR in my Women in Music series and will send you the broadcasts as I do them.

I appreciate your support in promoting these broadcasts through your network.
Kind regards,
Tom.  Kitchener Ontario.

This is the first of four broadcasts celebrating Black History Month.

Broadcast No. 109 for The Grand & The Mix for February 1st/2015. 9.00-11.00 pm

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

Rachel Barton Pine: Violin.   Violin Concerto in F-Sharp Minor.  Joseph White.
Encore Chamber Orchestra.
Conductor. Daniel Hege.

Icy Simpson, Soprano:            Three Dream Portraits.  Margaret Bonds.
Artina McCain.  Piano: 

Detroit Symphony Orchestra:  Negro Folk Symphony.  William Levi Dawson.
Conductor. Neeme jarvi.

Frank Townsell:  Piano.          Two African-American Spirituals. Op. 18.  Clarence C. White. 
Northern Arizona University Wind Band.  Three Negro Dances.   Florence Price.
Conductor. Patricia J. Hoy.

Alan Hobbins:   Piano.              Prelude 1 (1926)   Gershwin.    
Alan Hobbins:   Piano.             Prelude  II Blue Lullaby. (1926)  Gershwin.
Alan Hobbins:   Piano.              Prelude III Spanish Prelude.       Gershwin. 
Alan Hobbins    Piano.             Prelude Melody No. 17 (1925-1926)  Gershwin.
Alan Hobbibs:   Piano.              Prelude Rubato.     Gershwin.

Oregon String Quartet;           Lyric Quartet.   William Grant Still.

Alan Hobbins:  Piano.             Rialto Ripples. (1916)  Gershwin/Donaldson.   

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