Opera Project Columbus to Present ‘Rediscovered Works: I, Too, Sing America—Part 2’

In response to the previous summer’s racial unrest, Opera Project Columbus recorded “Rediscovered Works: I, Too, Sing America” in 2021, when theaters were closed due to the pandemic. The recording featured Langston Hughes and Phyllis Wheatley’s poetry and works, as well as spirituals and musical pieces by Moses Hogan, Rosephanye Powell, Leslie Adams, and Margaret Bonds. “Rediscovered Works: I, Too, {…}

Works of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor & Zanaida Robles to be Featured in the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Celebration

Neighborhood Unitarian Universalist Church in Pasadena, California, will fete Black-English composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s 147th birthday with the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Celebration, featuring two special performances of the composer’s work. “Sacred Choral Music of Coleridge-Taylor and Robles” will be presented on August 12, 2022. The concert comprises a cross selection of sacred works by Coleridge-Taylor and Artistic Director and composer Dr. Zanaida {…}