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:
Harry T. Burleigh
James De Priest
Chevalier de Saint-Georges
Wilberforce & Central State Universities
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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