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Contemporary Black Composers: Iconic Voices
Iconic voices: Established and New Generation Composers whose music speaks directly to the morphing demographics of 21st Century multi ethnic new and younger audiences, who are engaging concert venues and discovering the world of The Classical Performing Arts.
This page showcases outstanding New music that adds value to Creative Place Making - a concept in The Performing Arts of value added communal spaces of belonging such as at Concert Halls where multi tiered shared experiences and pride in those experiences take root and blossom akin to a Community Garden in which all are welcomed to participate, help grow, sustain and to share in the harvest.
Anthony Davis,Alvin Singleton, Olly Wilson, Adolphus Hailstork, Roy Jennings, Richard Thompson, Tania Leon, Valerie Capers, T.J. Anderson,Trevor Weston, Dominque Le Gendre, Jonathan Bailey Holland, Shawn Okpebholo, Jeffrey Mumford, Renee Baker, Bill Banfield, Herbie Hancock, John Wineglass, Kerwin Young, Billy Childs, Kevin Scott, James Newton, Alicia Hall Moran, Joel Thompson, Jeraldine Herbison
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Selma 1965 Voting Rights Act 1965 Malcolm X 1965
The End of The Civil War/Slavery--------1865/2015
The Black Panthers and The Black Power Movement 1966-2016
Shout for Joy is one of the greatest, yet under performed gems in this musical genre.
Jeraldine Saunders Herbison
Dominique De Le Gendre
Renee Baker- Chicago Modern Orchestra Project
Jonathan Bailey Holland
H Leslie Adams
Alicia Hall Moran
R Jess Brown
The Seven Last Words of The Unarmed
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