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Lost Melodies: A Celebration of Black Musicians
Livestream Planetary Music

Lost Melodies: A Celebration of Black Musicians

Sat, June 20, 2020 2:00 PM, EDT

Featuring a transcription of Alice Coltrane’s composition, pieces by Clarence Cameron White, and a bunch of original compositions by our performers, Joey Guidry, Nick Dunston, and Alfredo Colon, this performance will be a celebration of African-American musicians in honour of Juneteenth.

A celebration of Juneteenth (Freedom Day), we will be donating 20% of the proceeds to 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission who are working to leverage the rich history surrounding the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre by facilitating actions, activities, and events that commemorate and educate all citizens.
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Alfredo Colon Electronic Wind Instrument
Thomas Woodman Dance
Nick Dunston Double Bass
Zachary Gonder Dance

Clarence Cameron White (1880 - 1960)
Bandanna Sketches, Op. 12
I. Chant

Alfredo Colon (b. 1995)
Original Composition World Premiere

Joey Guidry (b. 1995)
"Maudry" World Premiere

Improvised Miniatures


Alice Coltrane (1937-2007)
"Turiya and Ramakrishna" from "Ptah, the El Daoud" (arr. by Joey Chang)

Nick Dunston (b. 1996)
Excerpt from "Mulch Awareness Month"

Butch Morris (1947 - 2013)
I. Led by Joey Guidry
II. Led by Nick Dunston

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Ianjoe (Joey) Chang, over 1 year ago

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Patrick Gonder
Pam Letourneau
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