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THE KING OF INSTRUMENTS: Yale University's Director of Chapel Music Nathaniel Gumbs is slated to present a varied program of organ music at the prestigious music festival. by Patrick D. McCoy The Gateways Music Festival is well underway in Rochester, NY. A...read more
SING PRAISES: The voices of The Thurston G. Frazier Memorial Chorale, The Asbury United Methodist Church Combined Choirs and The Senior Choir of Shiloh Baptist Church elevated a best-kept facet of the black church music experience on Sunday in a special concert held...read more
WINNERS’ CIRCLE: The Centennial Convention of The National Association of Negro Musicians, Inc. Kicks Off in High Gear in Chicago
CRITIC'S CHOICE: The Nation's Oldest Black Music Organization celebrates 100 years in the Windy City. by Patrick D. McCoy With its initial beginnings in our Nation's Capitol-Washington, D.C. on May 3, 1919, the first national convention of The National Association of...read more
A GIFT TO THE ARTS: World-renowned soprano Jessye Norman dropped by the Library of Congress for a live conversation with Library of Congress Librarian Carla Hayden in Coolidge Auditorium. by Patrick D. McCoy The stately Coolidge Auditorium at the Library of Congress...
A VOICE IN THE COMMUNITY: The Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts puts the spotlight on the arts, with special emphasis on prominent leaders in local government and media. by Patrick D. McCoy This week, some of our nation's most prominent...read more
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