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[LIVESTREAM] Groupmuse: Planetarymuse – Flautist Adrienne Baker

Past event
$10+ donation, RSVP required

Friday, September 18, 2020 (PST) @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Groupmuse

Online event, Anywhere in the world, WA

Adrienne Baker, flute

Ulysses Kay – Prelude For Unaccompanied Flute
Georg Friedrich Telemann – Fantasia No. 10 in F-sharp minor, TWV 40:11
John La Montaine – “I. Questioning” & “II. Jaunty” from Sonata for Solo Flute, Op. 24
Yuko Uebayashi – Le Vent a Travers les Ruines (“The Wind Through the Ruins”)
Yusef Lateef – Tunis
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach – Sonata in A minor for Solo Flute, Wq. 132
Hale Smith – Brevities

Note from the Host: “Adrienne Baker is a flautist who is a champion of ‘music influenced by artists of color and works to expose audiences to these lesser-known composers.’ http://www.theflutepursuit.com/bio

“Join us for a concert livestreamed out of NY to experience Adrienne’s story come to life through the power of music!

“This is a livestream concert presented by Groupmuse’s Planetary Music Movement.

“The Planetary Music Movement seeks to guide Groupmuse’s work in helping to overcome the historical, cultural, and social dominance of (European) ethnocentrism within the western classical music tradition, primarily through broadening our society’s capacity to celebrate historical and contemporary musical traditions of the planet, particularly and imminently through the inclusion and celebration of works by artists of African descent.”

The livestream will take place at 7:30pm Eastern / 4:30pm Pacific. Broadcasting live from NYC.

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$10+ minimum payment to musicians, $3 reservation fee.

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Anywhere in the world, WA United States

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