AfriClassical

AfriClassical is a English-speaking blog specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, AfriClassical is a qualified source of soClassiQ, like The Well-Tempered Ear or South Florida Classical Review and many others. The oldest article indexed by soClassiQ is dated 2018-01-15. Since then, a total of 2434 articles have been written and published by AfriClassical.

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With 267 articles published in the last 90 days, AfriClassical is currently a very active news source. "Very active" does not mean that AfriClassical is more interesting than another less prolific source. Each blog follows a specific editorial line, publishing according to its own rhythm.

This editorial activity is increasing compared to the previous period.

The last article in AfriClassical, "Harry T. Burleigh Society - Community Survey", is dated 2020-08-13. By 2019, this source had published 1019 articles (489 since the beginning of 2020). Over the past 12 months, AfriClassical has published an average of 69 articles per month.

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AfriClassical

2020-08-13 00:25:00

Harry T. Burleigh Society - Community Survey 

Harry T. Burleigh Society - Community Survey

  Harry T. Burleigh Community Survey  As the Harry T. Burleigh Society moves into our third year, we are carefully shaping the Society's future in the midst of the pandemic and international reckonings with racial justice and we need your help!  We value the thoughts of all our supporters, and would greatly appreciate your feedback on the Society's mission, programs, and events of the past two years.                          Survey ici Submit by August 21st Following this survey, we'll be submitting a new mission statement and ideas for programming in our 2021 season.  Thank you For your time, your thoughts, and for being here with us in this moment.Sincerely,Lynne Foote & Marti SlatenCo-Founders, The Harry T. Burleigh Society

AfriClassical

2020-08-12 23:43:00

TheViolinChannel.com: BLACK EXCELLENCE SERIES | Black American Composer William Grant Still [NEW SERIES] 

TheViolinChannel.com: BLACK EXCELLENCE SERIES | Black American Composer William Grant Still [NEW SERIES]

¬†William Grant Still (1895-1978) JDW Sheet Music¬†has this month announced the launch of their new ‚ÄėBlack Excellence Series‚Äô¬†‚Äď focusing on introducing international audiences to black composers and musicians. Hosted and produced by American oboist¬†Jessica Wilkins, this the¬†fifth episode focuses on Black American composer William Grant Still (1895-1978). ici ¬†

AfriClassical

2020-08-12 22:54:00

Mickey Thomas Terry-George Walker Pre-Concert Virtual Lecture for the Elgin Symphony 7 PM CST, August 24th 

Mickey Thomas Terry-George Walker Pre-Concert Virtual Lecture for the Elgin Symphony 7 PM CST, August 24th

 George Walker (1922-2018) Mickey Thomas Terry Mickey Thomas Terry writes: The ELGIN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (Elgin, IL) has invited MICKEY THOMAS TERRY to present a Zoom/Facebook Live virtual lecture on the music of George Walker on August 24th at 7:00 pm CST. It will be a pre-concert lecture that precedes the evening concert which will feature a work by Walker. George Walker (1922-2018) was the first Black ever to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Music. Terry enjoyed a 25 year friendship with the composer. Walker composed and dedicated an organ work entitled "Spires," which was commissioned by the American Guild of Organists. Terry premiered this work at the 1998 American Guild of Organists National Convention in Denver where the composer was present. Terry's interview with Walker is published in "The Musical […]

Tonight on WQXR - Artistic and Music Director of Festival International de Musique Saint-Georges: Marlon Daniel, 8 PM EDT

AfriClassical

2020-08-12 19:17:00

Tonight on WQXR - Artistic and Music Director of Festival International de Musique Saint-Georges: Marlon Daniel, 8 PM EDT 

Maestro Marlon Daniel Photo by Bob Estremera Maestro Marlon Daniel writes: Tonight at 8:00 PM EDT I appear on the 'Mostly Mozart on WQXR' evening broadcast show with Terrance McKnight about Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges (1745-1799). It was a pleasure chatting with the renowned radio host and I hope we, and his other guest on the show, are able to get out some good information on one of the most iconic figures in Black history and classical music. ici

AfriClassical

2020-08-12 00:09:00

International Florence Price Festival: This Week: Chamber Music, Price Awards, and More 

International Florence Price Festival: This Week: Chamber Music, Price Awards, and More

  Bridging The Gap: The Piano Quintet In A Minor Friday, August 14, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET Price’s Piano Quintet in A minor is virtually unknown and therefore requires attention to round out scholarship on Price’s total compositional output. Because there is very little information pertaining to this piece, scholar Emily Markwart examines the form of the quintet and the structures of the movements themselves. Race And Gender In Music Criticism Saturday, August 15, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET This moderated panel will bring together women and people of color who are working as music critics for a discussion about gender and racial diversity in the field.  The panel will include perspectives from outside classical music to demonstrate that certain issues cross professional divides. Price Awards And Main Event Saturday, August 15, […]

AfriClassical

2020-08-11 22:36:00

John Malveaux: Lawrence Brownlee sat down with the INCREDIBLE soprano Pretty Yende for 'The Sitdown with LB' Sunday August 9, 2020 

 Pretty Yende John Malveaux of MusicUNTOLD.com writes: Lawrence Brownlee sat down with the INCREDIBLE soprano Pretty Yende for 'The Sitdown with LB' Sunday August 9, 2020. See ici

John Malveaux: Lawrence Brownlee sat down with the INCREDIBLE soprano Pretty Yende for 'The Sitdown with LB' Sunday August 9, 2020

AfriClassical

2020-08-10 23:20:00

HBCU Alumni Alliance, Inc. Virtual College Tour September 19, 2020 

MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND SAVE THE DATE It’s about that time! Time to learn about the nation’s black higher education experience. The HBCU Alumni Alliance Affiliates, Atlanta, Chicago, and Washington DC, have joined together to bring you the Fall 2020 Virtual HBCU College Tour. Join us Saturday, September 19th for a HBCU tour experience you will never forget! More details coming soon!

HBCU Alumni Alliance, Inc. Virtual College Tour September 19, 2020

AfriClassical

2020-08-10 00:35:00

Violinist Ashley Horne writes: I will be playing op. 2 no. 1, the G major Concerto on September 5th at Bard College with The Orchestra Now. I would love it if you could attend if you are in the area! Thanks so much for everything you do to further the music of Black Classical Musicians!

AfriClassical

2020-08-11 23:13:00

Eric Conway: Ten years since Morgan State University Choir performed at the Afro-Colombian Festival - Los Negros Noches! 

  Dr. Eric Conway writes: It is hard to imagine, but it has been ten years since twenty members of the Morgan State University choir travelled to Medellín, Colombia to sing at the Afro-Colombian music festival entitled Los Negros Noches!  What an electric evening - August 1, 2010!   The city of Medellín is notorious because of the drug czar Pablo Escobar, however, we found the Colombians to be some of the most hospitable people in the world!  See link below to our televised concert and some photos from that evening! Over five thousand Colombians were out to hear our concert!  The concert was televised all over the country hosted by local celebrities.  We all felt like rock stars during the concert!   Enjoy! EC Link to Los […]

Eric Conway: Ten years since Morgan State University Choir performed at the Afro-Colombian Festival - Los Negros Noches!

AfriClassical

2020-08-11 00:04:00

Philadelphia Tribune: Penn Libraries digitizes Marian Anderson collection 

¬†A photo of Marian Anderson in 1920. ‚ÄĒFowler Photography [‚Ķ]

Philadelphia Tribune: Penn Libraries digitizes Marian Anderson collection

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