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OSL at Naumburg: American Voices

Part of: Naumburg Orchestral Concerts

 Tuesday, July 30 2019  6:00pm  The Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center Directions

A concert illuminating the diverse voices of American classical music, including works by Anna Clyne, Copland, Barber, and a rare performance of songs by Florence Price, the first African-American woman to have an orchestral piece performing by a major orchestra.

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This summer’s Naumburg Orchestral concerts illuminates the the diverse voices of American classical music, from well-known works by Copland and Barber to unjustly neglected songs by Florence Price, the first African-American woman to have an orchestral piece performed by a major modern orchestra, to the contemporary sounds of New York-based composer Anna Clyne. Emerging soprano Jasmine Muhammad will join the Orchestra of St. Luke’s for this special and rare performance of songs by Florence Price.


Program

Anna Clyne

"Prince of Clouds"

Florence Price

"Songs"

Samuel Barber

Adagio for Strings

Aaron Copeland

Appalachian Spring


Performers

Orchestra of St. Luke's
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Jasmine Muhammad
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