Pictures of the musicians whose performances and compositions are heard on the Afrocentric Sounds radio station at http://www.live365.com/stations/singin1. Afrocentric Sounds focuses on classical music performers and composers from the African diaspora and is the sister station to Afrocentric Voices, which plays recordings by African American classical vocalists and vocal composers.
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Rudolph Dunbar, conductor, clarinetist, author (1907-1988)
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Rudolph Dunbar November 26 (or 27), 1907 The birth of Rudolph Dunbar is celebrated on this date. He was a Guyanese conductor, clarinetist, and composer.
On An Overgrown Path: Berlin Philharmonic's first Black conductor
Reri Grist, soprano (b. 1932)
Reri Grist, soprano (b. 1932). My fave photo of her, gosh!!!!!!!!!
Gary Powell Nash, composer
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Lecolion Washington, bassoonist
Lecolion Washington, Afrocentr Sound
DBR (Daniel Bernard Roumain), composer, violinist, director (b. 1971)
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Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR): Gilgamesh on the Crooked River at MOCA CLE
Join us for a FREE concert thanks to New Haven Symphony Orchestra, the New Haven Public Schools and Fair Haven K-8 students. The concert features Haitian American composer and violinist, Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR), New Haven Symphony Musicians and students from Fair Haven K-8 School This concert celebrates the culmination of a week long educational residency that DBR will lead at the School.
Karen Walwyn, piano
Karen Walwyn, Karen O'Neil, Afrocentr Sound
José Mauricio Nunes Garcia (1767-1830) was an Afro-Brazilian composer and organist who was the grandson of slaves. Over 240 works of music by Garcia have survived. Garcia's mother was Vitória Maria da Cruz and his father was Apolinário Nunes Garcia, a tailor. Garcia was born in Rio de Janeiro on September 22, 1767. Salvador José de Almeida e Faria taught the youth music.
José Maurício Nunes Garcia, composer, organist (1767 - 1830)
Charles Dean Dixon, conductor (1915-1976)
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Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, composer (1875-1912)
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Samuel Colderidge Taylor #Legend www.sctf.org.uk
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor: Britain’s greatest black classical composer
Julia Perry, composer (1924-1979)
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Julia Amanda Perry (1924-1979); a prolific composer of neoclassical music during her relatively brief life. Born on March 25, 1924 in Lexington Kentucky, she spent most of her early years in Akron, Ohio. [Read more...]
William Banfield, composer, guitarist, educator (b. 1961)
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Monica Gaylord, pianist, harpsichordist (b. 1948)
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Howard Swanson, composer (1907-1978)
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Damon Evans, tenor (b. 1949)
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Cynthia Clarey, mezzo-soprano (b. 1949)