Incomparable countertenor Reginald L. Mobley joins Agave Baroque to celebrate Black and Latino composers from North and South America, centering on the United States with stops in Mexico, Cuba, Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil.
Among the many treasures of this repertoire are an unexpected and sentimental side of Scott Joplin, a song by Black American guitar virtuoso Justin Holland, two works by the earliest known Cuban classical composer, and a set of songs by the extraordinary Florence B. Price, who seamlessly blended Romantic art song and spirituals into a sound all her own.
Reginald Mobley, countertenor; Kevin Cooper, guitars; Katherine Kyme, viola; Henry Lebedinsky, harpsichord and organ; William Skeen, cello; Anna Washburn, violin; Aaron Westman, violin
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 4:00PM Pacific Time
Online livestream access provided with purchase. Concert will be available on demand after livestream through October 24.
$15 general admission (per household)
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