CELEBRATION OF BLACK HISTORY CONCERT
The ISO’s Celebration of Black History concert honors the significant impact of African-American culture on symphonic music. Conducted by Kevin McBeth, a 30-year veteran in music ministry, this year’s lively and poignant program includes a variety of classical works, hymns, spirituals, and music from prominent African-American composers. Local MC Tony Styxx will also join in the celebration and perform a song from his recently-released album, “Welcome to Life.”
Kevin McBeth, Conductor
Tony Styxx, Guest Artist
Light of the World Christian Church’s “Voices of the Light” Choir
Admission to the ISO’s Celebration of Black History concert is free; however, a general admission ticket is required. Patrons can pick up tickets in advance or on the day of the concert at the ISO Box Office. Seating for this event is on a first-come, first-served basis. The concert is approximately 90 minutes and is performed without intermission.
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