February 5, 2021 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm PST
“All I know about music is that not many people ever really hear it. And even then, on the rare occasions when something opens within, and the music enters, what we mainly hear, or hear corroborated, are personal, private, vanishing evocations.” – James Baldwin
In honor of Black History Month, Fridays with 45th Parallel presents four programs of music by black artists, starting this week with Unvanishing Evocations, featuring music by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Keyla Orozco, performed by James Shields, Emily Cole, Greg Ewer, Charles Noble, Marilyn de Oliveira, and Maria Garcia.
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Keyla Orozco: Piezas de Bolsillo
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor: Quintet in F# minor for clarinet and strings, Op. 10
James Shields, clarinet
Emily Cole, violin
Greg Ewer, violin
Charles Noble, viola
Marilyn de Oliveira, cello
Maria Garcia, piano