Saturday, November 17, 2018

John Malveaux: Annelle K. Gregory performs with New Jersey Symphony May 16-19

Henry Lewis

Annelle Kazumi Gregory

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Young gifted and mixed race violinist Annelle Kazumi Gregory may be closely watched by the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.  Annelle Kazumi Gregory will perform with the New Jersey Symphony May 16, 17, 18, and 19, 2019. Former Los Angeles Philharmonic musician and assistant conductor, Henry Lewis broke racial barriers on Feb. 15, 1968 when he was named director of the New Jersey Symphony, becoming the first African American conductor and music director of a major American orchestra. He also founded the predecessor organization of the current Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.
Annelle Kazumi Gregory may be seen in FREE Cole Conservatory of Music solo recital with pianist James Lent 8:00 PM, February 5, 2019. Daniel Recital Hall, California State University Long Beach. Long Beach Branch NAACP is a sponsor. The recital is produced by MusicUNTOLD.  See pics of Henry Lewis and Annelle Kazumi Gregory.

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