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Gateways Radio on Tue 3/12 @ 8pm features The Dessoff Choir performing music by Margaret Bonds

Merriweather is Director of the New York Philharmonic Chorus and Music Director of New York City’s The Dessoff Choirs, known for their performances of great choral works from the pre-Baroque era through the 21st century.

Music Director Malcolm J. Merriweather stands in white tie and tails on a busy New York City street
Music Director Malcolm J. Merriweather

3/5 Coleridge-Taylor: 5 Fantasiestücke for String Quartet, Serenade Coleman: Portraits of Josephine Sowande: Jubilate, Go Down Moses Still: Sahdji (Catalyst Quartet; Jacqueline Cordova Arrington, f; Geoffrey Johnson, ob; Monica Ellis, bn; LeTriel White, cl; Priscilla Rinehart, hn; Nathaniel Gumbs, org; London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus; Paul Freeman, cond)

3/12 Margaret Bonds: Sing of the King Who Was Tall and Brown (Dussoff Choir and Orchestra; Malcolm J. Merriweather, cond) “Chick” Corea: String Quartet No. 1 (Harlem Qt) Ellington: Take the A Train (Harlem Qt) Price: Symphony No. 3 (Gateways Orchestra; Michael Morgan, cond)

3/19 Piazolla/Scott: Libertango (Imani Winds) J.S. Bach: Keyboard Concerto No. 1 (Seth Blumer, p; Gateways Chamber Orchestra; Michael Morgan, cond) Kevin McKee: Vuelta del Fuego (Gateways Brass Collective) he River Suite (Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Neemi Jarvi, cond)

3/26 John Rosamond Johnson/Still: Voice (Videmus Ensemble) Childs: The Distant Land (Akron SO; Alan Balter, cond) J.S. Bach: Capriccio (Joe Williams, p) Elgar: Enigma Variations (Gateways Orchestra; Michael Morgan, cond)


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