Tomorrow Is My Turn: RSVP Now For Free LIVE Online Classical Concerts Exclusively Featuring The Music of Black Composers!

It is our pleasure to share Tomorrow Is My Turn a free concert series from Fear No Music!

Tomorrow Is My Turn: RSVP Now For Free LIVE Online Classical Concerts Exclusively Featuring The Music of Black Composers!

Tomorrow Is My Turn, 2020-21 Season

This online free live classical concert series exclusively features the music of Black composers and is viewable live from the comfort of your own home! RSVP now and for this amazing free concert series and support the arts! All virtual Mini Concerts are FREE (donations encouraged) and are available for live viewing during the premiere broadcast, and for 48 hours thereafter. Click on RSVP buttons to receive concert links, and tap into the powerful momentum of Fear No Music’s Tomorrow Is My Turn season.

Mini Concert 1: Kenji & Monica

The opening concert of Fear No Music’s Tomorrow Is My Turn season features Fear No Music’s tremendously talented directors Kenji Bunch (viola) and Monica Ohuchi (piano) performing:

  • Nokuthula Ngwenyama: Sonoran Storm for solo viola

  • Regina Harris Baiocchi: Azuretta for solo piano

  • Adolphus Hailstork: Sanctum Rhapsody for viola and piano

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Mini Concert 2: James Shields

Multi-talented presenter, performer and composer James Shields offers a program of unique works for clarinet and bass clarinet.

  • Derek Douglas Carter: A Bite of Chocolate Milk for solo bass clarinet

  • Ed Bland: For Clarinet

  • Nicole Mitchell: Exploration #1

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Mini Concert 3: Amelia Lukas

Flutist Amelia Lukas, known for her pure tone, flexible technique, and passionate, committed performances, performs a program of gorgeously lush and hauntingly beautiful works:

  • Valerie Coleman: Danza de la Mariposa

  • Carlos Simon, Move It

  • Allison Loggins-Hull: Homeland

  • Joshua Mallard: Perennial

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Mini Concert 4: Jeff Payne

“A pianist of chameleon abilities,” (The Boston Globe) Jeff Payne offers a chance to hear these tremendously moving works for solo piano:

  • Courtney Bryan: A Presence

  • Margaret Bonds: Troubled Waters

  • Mason Quinn: The Never-Ending Ocean of Identity

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Headliner Concert

Fear No Music’s season headliner features All-Star musicians Inés Voglar-Belgique (violin), Nancy Ives (cello), Michael Roberts (percussion), and musicians from BRAVO! Youth Orchestras in performance broadcast from The Old Church. Program includes:

  • Jessie Montgomery: Rhapsody no. 1 for solo violin

  • Marcos Balter: Descarga for solo percussion

  • James Lee III: Abraham’s Sons (In Memoriam: Trayvon Martin) for solo cello

  • BRAVO! Composition Collective: NEW WORK composed in response to the Black Lives Matter movement

  • Daniel Bernard Roumain: Hip Hop Studies and Etudes (selections)

Tickets: $25 General Admission; $10 Students & Seniors.

Available for live viewing during the premiere broadcast, and for 48 hours thereafter.

Fear No Music - Music Education Nonprofit | Live Music Events & Young Composers Project

Fear No Music promotes music education through the high quality public performance of modern and contemporary classical music, and by offering groundbreaking youth mentorship in composition.

 

Comprised of some of Oregon’s most talented performers, this flexible chamber music ensemble promotes living composers and introduces audiences to new music being made both locally and globally with its uniquely relevant Annual Concert Series. The group educates and trains the next generation of young composers by way of the Young Composers Project. As a public advocate for global peace and equity, Fear No Music leverages its platforms for healing, activism and social justice.

 

Fear No Music is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

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