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Archive for April 30, 2013

Discovering Florence Price

Florence Price

In the 1930s, there weren’t an awful lot of American composers who enjoyed the same level of recognition as their European counterparts. There was less regard for American women composers, and even less for African-American women composers

Albert Herring: A Classic British Comedy

Benjamin Britten

WFMT’s celebration of Benjamin Britten at 100 continues this evening with his comic opera, Albert Herring. Britten’s opera demonstrates once again, that no one makes fun of the British better than the British. Albert Herring is nothing if not a poke at

Bella Voce Impromptu Available On Demand

Bella Voce

Bella Voce filled the Fay and Daniel Levin Performance Studio with beautiful a cappella singing. The performance is available

Chime in: Compose a Music Haiku and Share with WFMT

Open Garden at the Hachiman Shrine in Fukagawa by Hiroshige

Are you a poet? Have you ever tried to write a poem? Now’s your chance to be creative and share with others. Your poem might even be read on WFMT. For some tips on composing haiku