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Zlatomir Fung perform a jewel of the cello repertoire.
A special program commemorating the emancipation of enslaved Black Americans
Hrůša also conducts music by Barber and Coleridge-Taylor.
Violinist Caitlin Edwards and pianist Daniel Schlosberg play music by Ethel Smyth, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and Ahmed Alabaca, live from the Seventeenth Church of Christ, Scientist, Chicago.
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Cellist Jean Hatmaker is a founding member of the Kontras Quartet and the principal cellist of the Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra. She teamed up with pianist Michael Finlay to play music by Brahms and Coleridge-Taylor.
The CSO will return in May and June for a slate of performances, the orchestra’s first since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020.
“We want to dismantle the notion that classical music is reserved for a certain group of people,” said D-Composed Chicago founder Kori Coleman.
Florence Price, Margaret Bonds, Irene Britton Smith, Nora Holt, and countless other women of color contributed to the Chicago Black Renaissance and changed classical music around the world.