AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH 2020
In this African-American History Month (I still call it Black History Month) there is positive news about the inclusion of people of color in the mainstream world of classical music. In our main interview, Samuel Thompson of Baltimore talks about the organizations committed to it. Still there’s some not so good news about it when it comes to the statistics. That means you should apply for some of the workshops and competitions mentioned in the show. Thank you for listening to Classical Music In Color. Click on the links for more information. TRT: 19.56
Finally, a documentary about African-American Opera Singers
As we move deeper into the 21st century, the African-American opera legends (pictured above) who broke barriers in the mid-20th century are slowly, but surely, leaving us. Now comes a trio of producers who are making a documentary about them, their struggles and their triumphs. That’s our main story on this the January 2020 edition of Classical Music In Color. There are so many other stories in this show, including a couple of competitions you should enter. Click on the photos below for links. And THANK YOU FOR LISTENING.
Here's a link for more information about the Black Opera Documentary. Here is an email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Classical Music in Color for September 2019 features the recent 2019 Racial Equity And Inclusion Forum from The American Composers Forum. We also hear new music from Nathalie Joachim. She explores her Haitian roots in her new album, Fanm D’Ayiti. Click on the photos below for the links mentioned in the show.
For earlier editions of CLASSICAL MUSIC IN COLOR, go to the Archives page.