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We hear Adolphus Hailstork's American Port of Call, Tue 2/13 @ 8pm, Gateways Radio

Listen to Adolphus Hailstork talk about his composition, and his connection to Nashville.

African American composer Adolphus Hailstork sitting in a hotel ballroom discussing his composition and connection to Nashville
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2/6 J.S. Bach: Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring Montgomery: Banner Swanson: The Cuckoo Traditional: There is a Balm in Gilead J.S. Bach: Cello Suite No. 1 Traditional: When Asked Wherein My Hope Lies Traditional: Amazing Grace Perkinson: Lamentations (Armenta Hummings Dumisani, p; Catalyst Quartet; Thapelo Masita, c)

2/13 Traditional: Give Me Jesus Simon: Amen Traditional: Spirituals Weston: Eurythmy Variations Hailstork: An American Port of Call (Celesta Day, s; Alex Laing, cl; David Berry, p; Mikael Darmanie, p; American Spiritual Ensemble; Dr. Everett McCorvey, cond; Gateways Orchestra, Michael Morgan, cond)

2/20 Coleman: Afro Fred Emory Smith: Suite No. 1 Dvorak: Serenade for Winds and Strings Rosales: Bolero Stravinsky: A Soldier’s Tale (Imani Winds; Ralph Barnett, Douglas Cardwell, Eric Goldberg, Jimmie Finnie, Malcolm Jackson, Donn Johns, Terry McKinney, perc; Kelly Hall-Tompkins, v; Garrett McQueen, bn; Terrance Patterson, cl; Herbert Smith, tr; Burt Mason, tn; Rick Robinson, db; Gateways Chamber Ensemble, Antoine Clark, cond)

2/27 Jones: Nettie Teaches Celie Abels:  Delights and Dances Arnold: Quintet for Brass Schifrin: La Nouvelle Orleans Ravel: La Valse (Harlem Quartet; Gateways Brass Collective; Imani Winds; Gateways Orchestra; Michael Morgan, cond)

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