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WGUC Celebrates Black History Month

WGUC is marking Black History Month with a celebration of the works and contributions of African-American composers, conductors and classical musicians.

Tune in to WGUC throughout February for special artist profiles of some of the world's top classical talent, including:

Marian Anderson
Kathleen Battle
Harry T. Burleigh
James De Priest
Simon Estes
Paul Freeman
Denyce Graves
Adolphus Hailstork
Scott Joplin
Wynton Marsalis
Wayne Marshall
Bobby McFerrin
Awadagin Pratt
Paul Robeson
Chevalier de Saint-Georges
Andre Watts
Wilberforce & Central State Universities

Classics for Kids

Visit classicsforkids.com for exclusive audio excerpts from host Naomi Lewin's interviews with Judith Anne Still, William Grant Still's daughter, and Professor Herbert W. Martin, professor and poet in residence at University of Dayton and a Paul Lawrence Dunbar scholar.

Classics for Kids

Judith Anne Still provides first hand insight into her father's work, as well as what it was like growing up with a composer for a father.

Professor Herbert W. Martin talks about Paul Lawrence Dunbar, the first African American writer to receive national prominence, and provides stirring performances of Dunbar's poetry.

Tune in to Classics for Kids© on WGUC on Saturday morning at 8:50 or Sunday evening at 6:00 for an insightful and entertaining look at the lives of classical composers. Past programs have featured African-American composers Scott Joplin and one of his most popular works the "Maple Leaf Rag" and William Grant Still, the dean of African-American composers.

Black History Month on WVXU
Visit www.wvxu.org to learn about two inspiring, educational programs to celebrate Black History Month. The Undiscovered Explorer: Imagining York airs Saturday, February 18 at 2:00 pm. Say It Plain: A Century of African American Oratory airs Saturday, February 25 at 2:00 pm.

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