Chicago Philharmonic Opens 22/23 Symphonic Series with William Grant Still’s Afro-American Symphony
William Grant Still’s Afro-American Symphony
time, as well as music by Price, Márquez, Villa-Lobos, and a Chicago premiere by Donna Milanovich Composer in Residence Jonathan Bingham.
to have his work performed by one.
home in St. Anne, Illinois. Among the findings was Price’s orchestral arrangement of Ethiopia’s Shadow, which was originally written for solo piano. Musicologists believe this may have been Price’s first written orchestral piece.
Márquez’s homage to one of Mexico’s beloved dance traditions, Danzón No. 2.
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