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Lenapehoking: Music by Brent Michael Davids

Brooklyn Public Library

The Dream Unfinished orchestra presents a portrait concert of works by contemporary composer Brent Michael Davids. Davids is a highly acclaimed concert and film composer, co-director of the Lenape Center in New York City, and an American Indian citizen of the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of the Mohican Nation. As an American Indian music specialist, Davids is in demand as educator and consultant for films, television, schools, festivals, seminars and workshops. He is a master performer of American Indian instruments and styles, and a designer of original musical instruments, including traditional Native American instruments that he reconceives and reinvents, including a soprano quartz flute (1989), bass quartz flute (1991), and a dozen other percussion devices that chirp or whistle.

Presented in conjunction with the Lenapehoking exhibition at Greenpoint Library. It is the first Lenape-curated exhibition of Lenape cultural arts, both historic and contemporary, in the City of New York.

“Lenapehoking" is the Lenape name for the Lenape homeland, which spans from Western Connecticut to Eastern Pennsylvania, and the Hudson Valley to Delaware, with New York City at its center.

Recital with violinist Anyango Yarbo-Davenport

Tulsa, OK

Works by William Grant Still, Florence Price, and Igor Frolov


Wilson Live, 637 Wilson Ave, Brooklyn, NY

DARA + KYLE are 2021 recipients of the Chamber Music America Ensemble Forward Grant.

Cello Sonata, Op.5 - Dame Ethyl Smyth

II. Adagio non troppo

Cello Sonata - George Walker (for cello and piano)

  1. Allegro passionato

II. Sostenuto

III. Allegro


Cello Sonata No.5, Op.102 No.2 - Ludwig van Beethoven

  1. Allegro con brio

II. Adagio con molto sentimento d'affetto – Attacca

III. Allegro – Allegro fugato

Tickets $10 at door

Bach to BlackNotes

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Virtual Groupmuse

Bach to BlackNotes juxtaposes some of the most well-known and respected solo keyboard music of J.S. Bach with wonderful music which has unfortunately fallen through the cracks of music history. Join Kyle on this exploration in history through a different lens.

Featuring music of J.S. Bach juxtaposed with music of George Walker, Florence Price, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Margaret Bonds, and Calvin Taylor

Suggested donations

George Walker, Florence Price, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Margaret Bonds

Groupmuse Virtual Recital

Sharing works by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Margaret Bonds, Florence Price, Calvin Taylor, and George Walker

Free-- Suggested Donations Accepted

The Harlem Chamber Players 14th Annual Black History Month Celebration

Harlem School of the Arts, Dorothy Maynor Hall, 645 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York, NY

PROGRAM William Grant Still Ennanga for Harp, Strings, and Piano Nkeiru Okoye We Met at the Symphony for Soprano and String Quartet (World Premiere) David Baker Through This Vale of Tears for Tenor, Piano, and Strings

FEATURING Terrance McKnight, Host Leah Hawkins, Soprano Chauncey Packer, Tenor Ashley Jackson, Harp Kyle P. Walker, Piano Ashley Horne, Violin Sandra Billingslea, Violin William Frampton, Viola Wayne Smith, Cello

$20 General Admission $15 Student/Senoir Discount only available if you purchase in advance online.

Unknown Spirituals

Streamed Online

A Tribute to the Concert Spiritual

Denisha Ballew, Soprano Charles Williamson, Tenor Samuel McDonald, Baritone Kyle P. Walker, piano

Recital with Markel Reed, Baritone

Bronx House, 990 Pelham Pkwy S, Bronx, NY

Johannes Brahms—Four Serious Songs Op. 121

Ben Moore—Ode to A Nightingale

Maurice Ravel— Don Quichotte à Dulcinée

Joseph Joubert— He’ll Bring it to Pass

Free Admission-- RSVP Required