William Grant Still was a remarkable man and pioneer who achieved an astonishing number of firsts in his lifetime and was often referred to as the ‘Dean of Afro-American Composers’. He was the first African-American composer to conduct a major symphony orchestra, the first to have his own symphony performed by a leading orchestra, the first to have an opera performed on national TV and the first to conduct a major symphony in the Deep South.Read More
Ages 8-16 Grade 4-7 All orchestral instruments welcome plus saxophones No previous orchestra...Read More
Ages 6-13 Grade 0-3 All orchestral instruments welcome plus recorders, saxophones No previous...Read More
Ages 11-19 Grade 7 and above Wagner – Overture “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg”...Read More
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