Sunday February 06, 2022 6:00 pm
The Trey Clegg Singers will perform their exciting, annual Black History concert celebrating the music of African American composers. The evening highlight will be the premiere of “Without Regard to Sex, Race, or Color” by Atlanta composer and civic leader, D. Randolf Hooker. Inspired by two works of photography by Atlanta-based photographer Andrew Feiler, the music speaks to themes and history surrounding the relationship of African Americans to education, the struggles of HBCUs compared to the enormous contributions they have made to the creation of the Black middle class, and to creating American leaders in all aspects of life.
For more information about "Without Regard to Sex, Race, or Color" visit the website.
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