150th Anniversary Emancipation Proclamation Concert
Civil War era, classical and opera music celebrating 150th Anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln drafting of preliminary Emancipation Proclamation. September 22nd concert date is the exact month/date of the historic drafting.
Scheduled performers include Metropolitan Opera Soprano Latonia Moore, Baritone Donnie Ray Albert (three Opera Grammy awards), Tenor George Shirley (Opera Grammy and 251 performances at Metropolitan Opera), Nokuthula Ngwenyama (renowned violist and President of American Viola Society), Sanford Allen (first African American regular member violinist of New York Philharmonic Orchestra), Soprano Jammieca Mott, Pianist Althea Waites, Pianist-Composer Richard Thompson, violinist Annelle Gregory, and pianist Polli Chambers-Salazar. See bios at www.musicuntold.com
6:30pm Pre-concert Lecture "The Politics of Music: President Abraham Lincoln and composer Roy Harris"
Event parking lot located at 12th & S.Olive St. across from 1150 S. Olive St. AT&T Center entrance. Disabled or others may be dropped off at 1139 S. Hill St. for direct access to Theatre but there is no parking in that block.
AT&T Center Theatre/Auditorium
1139 S. Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
|Kid Friendly: Yes!
|Dog Friendly: No
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!