The Unsung: A NYYS Chamber Music Series – Episode 2

This is the second video in our series to feature the extraordinary chamber music of underrepresented composers. Each session highlights five composers and today, we will share the stories and short sound bites of selections by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de St. George, William Grant Still, Sam Coleridge Taylor, Undine Smith Moore, and George Walker, each were pivotal and groundbreaking composers of color. Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de St George: REMIX and Chineke! – William Grant Still: Frequency 49 – Samuel Coleridge Taylor: The Coleridge Ensemble George Walker: Sonore String Quartet – Undine Smith Moore: Keowec Festival –

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