INTERSECTION OF FREEDOM & SYMPHONY CONCERT
The internationally acclaimed Afro-American Chamber Music Society Orchestra conducted by Maestrina Janise White presents works about the Black nation's struggle for freedom from the slave's perspective to the 21st century!
- Frederick Douglass Symphonic Suite, a compelling and unprecedented work honoring the life of statesman & abolitionist Frederick Douglass; Slave Narrative set to music by Jeraldine Saunders Herbison with choir!
Dorceal Duckens, Frederick Douglass
- Sinfonia No. 5 (Visions) with voices
by Pulitzer Prize Winner, Dr. George T. Walker
-Salvatore Rosa Overture
by Carlos Antonio Gomes, Afro-Brazilian
Father of Brazilian Opera
Honorees: Dr. Luther Henderson, LA City College; Professor Patricia Siever, West Los Angeles College; Dr. Harold Kidd, First Presbyterian Church; Mrs. Billy Dimry, Administrator LACOE; Mr. John Dimry, Special Education Consultant, LAUSD;
BONUS! BOOK GIVEAWAY for Children 17 and younger!
SPONSORS: Department of Cultural Affairs, LA (DCA, LA); Los Angeles County Arts Commission; Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas, Second District; AACMSO Board Members & FRIENDS;
Crenshaw United Methodist Church (View)
3740 Don Felipe Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90008
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|