Due to current Safety Guidelines, we have created an online Lecture/Concert Series.
Music is a powerful force in our world. Every generation and culture throughout history has used music as a means to provide comfort, motivate action, express emotions, celebrate good times, and mourn losses.
Join our faculty as they give voice to topics they’ve been exploring during this time of quarantine. Through a combination of lectures and performances, they will share their own perspectives and journeys of personal exploration through music.
This program explores piano music by black composers including works by Florence Price, Margaret Bond and H. Leslie Adams.
Spanning three centuries, our performers will present a variety of music that speaks to their hearts. It is their hope that this program will bring joy, happiness, and a feeling of togetherness to its audience and those that need it most during this time.
Husband and wife musicians, Tad Hitchcock and Valerie Walton, will explore the origins of a variety of styles of music and the way these songs have impacted change throughout history.
Special Thanks To
National Endowment for the Arts