Programme

Monologue by Cheryl Foggo
“Alberta”

Florence B. Price (1887-1953)
“Fantasie No. 1”
Edmond Agopian, violin
Michael Coburn, piano

Nathaniel Dett (1882-1943)
“Morning: Barcarolle”
Michael Coburn, piano

Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson (1932-2004)
“Louisiana Blues Strut”
Isaac Willocks, violin

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912)
“Romance”
Edmond Agopian, violin
Michael Coburn, piano

Jacqueline B. Hairston (b 1932)
“On Consciousness Streams”

“On Consciousness Streams”
“Thou Alone Canst Inspire”
“The Season of Remembrance”

William Foster McDaniel (b 1940)
“Union Square”

Julius P. Williams (b 1954)
“A Song”
Laura Hynes, soprano
Michael Coburn, piano

Adolphus Hailstork (b 1941)
“A la Mozart”
Isaac Willocks and Edmond Agopian, violins

Daniel Bernard Roumain (b 1971)
String Quartet No. 5 "Rosa Parks"
1st movement: "I made up my mind not to move"
Edmond Agopian and Isaac Willocks, violins
Dean O’Brien, viola
Jasmine Long, cello

William Grant Still (1895-1978)
Suite for Violin and Piano
2nd movement: Slowly and expressive
Edmond Agopian, violin
Michael Coburn, piano

William Grant Still (1895-1978)
“Romance”
Jeremy Brown, saxophone
Michael Coburn, piano
Michèle Moss, dancer

Coming up on Stagestream Live: Friday, November 20, 8pm MST
“Live from the Rozsa – Beethoven Anniversary Celebration”
Beethoven: String Quartets op. 18, nos. 4, 5 and 6
Featuring the UCalgary String Quartet
Edmond Agopian and Patricia Lee, violins
Dean O’Brien, viola
Beth Root Sandvoss, cello

The Celebration of Music by Black Composers livestreamed concert features classical music, mostly in the Romantic style, dating back to the 19th century era. The program was initiated in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. The music is for a variety of instruments: violin, piano, voice, saxophone and string quartet. Musicians will be joined by the award-winning playwright, screen writer and author, Cheryl Foggo, who will begin the concert with a reading of a monologue from one of her works documenting the Black experience in Alberta. Ms. Foggo is a descendant of Black Oklahomans who migrated to Alberta in 1910. The concert will also feature Michèle Moss; dancer, choreographer, and faculty member in the School of Creative and Performing Arts.


Music by Florence Price, Nathaniel Dett, Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson, Jacqueline B. Hairston, William Foster McDaniel, Julius P. Williams, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, William Grant Still, Adolphus Hailstork, and Daniel Bernard Roumain

Featuring UCalgary Music faculty, alumni, students and guests

Edmond Agopian and Isaac Willocks, violins
Dean O’Brien, viola
Jasmine Long, cello
Michael Coburn, piano
Jeremy Brown, saxophone
Laura Hynes, soprano
Michèle Moss, dancer
Monologue by Cheryl Foggo

Live-stream production by Emil Agopian Film – Stagestream Live
Laurie Radford, audio engineer

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