Join The Harlem Players for an afternoon of great music celebrating Black History Month. WQXR Radio’s Terrance McKnight will host. The concert includes Daniel Bernard Roumain’s String Quartet No. 2 entitled “King” with spoken word delivered by Lindsey Wilson, Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson’s Movement for String Trio (dedicated to the late Ken Adams), A Spiritual Medley sung by Soprano Andréa Bradford and Dvořák’s Serenade in D Minor, Op. 44 for 10 Winds, Cello and Double Bass conducted by Tali Makell. The concert takes place at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church 521 West 126th Street (Between Broadway and Amsterdam). Available online or at the door the day of. The Harlem Chamber Players, Sunday, February 26th, 3 pm St. Mary’s Episcopal Church 521 West 126th Street. Go to www.harlemchamberplayers.org for more info.
Okay, so you don’t want to wait until February 26th to hear the Chamber, you can check them out at Carnegie Hall on Thursday, February 16, 7:30 pm. Guess what, it’s another not to be missed event with Harlem Chamber Players founder Janet Wolfe and members of the NYC Housing Authority Symphony Orchestra featuring Pianist/Conductor Awadagin Pratt. The concert celebrates the 4oth year of the group’s existence and will be hosted by WQXR radio host Terrance McKnight.
Student and senior discounts available. Email or call 212-866-1492 for more information. Go to www.harlemchamberplayers.org/nychousingsymphony2012.html
for more info.