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Samantha Ege Jan 16
In today’s episode of I tell the story of how Prof. Rodreguez King-Dorset was so inspired by my article that he borrowed and borrowed until his academic integrity became one big question mark Thread 1/10
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Price Fest Nov 13
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Samantha Ege Oct 24
I'm presenting my lecture-recital on and the tomorrow at UT Austin! I'm so excited to share my research and to perform a new programme featuring Margaret Bonds and Nora Holt too!!!
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Samantha Ege Jan 16
Replying to @samantha_ege
A few years ago King-Dorset asked to use the photo I used in my article. He wanted it for his book and wanted me to send it and GRANT PERMISSION. I said no as I don’t own it. I told him who to contact. No response. Such a red flag 2/10
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Rachel Barton Pine 17 Feb 18
I’m excited about all of the recent attention for the great ! she was the 1st black woman to have her music played by a major American orchestra? Happy to hear the new of her 2 violin concertos!
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Tailleferre Ensemble Jan 26
We are so excited to celebrate with a performance of works from , , and , through to the modern day with , and . More info here:
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Er-Gene Kahng Oct 24
From February 2019 at Iowa's Voxman Recital Hall, 's spirituals for violin and piano.
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Doug-Shadle Oct 31
HUGE news! The IFPG festival has a home in Maryland!!
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Samantha Ege Jan 16
Replying to @samantha_ege
This year I came across his book. I couldn’t believe how much of my own content and structure was in his chapter. Here’s a comparison. My work is at the top, the one *WITH* citations 3/10
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Floella Benjamin 11 Feb 18
Love it when I learn something new. Welcoming a Black Female Composer Into the Canon. Finally. - The New York Times
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The Clarice Oct 31
BREAKING! This summer, will partner with to host the inaugural International Festival in August 2020. Stay tuned for news and event schedules! Learn more →
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The Daffodil Perspective 27 Nov 18
The Daffodil Perspective is live now at tune in to hear female composers and plus lots of other awesome music.
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Women in the Arts (NMWA) 5 Feb 18
The Rediscovery of , One of the First Nationally Recognized Black Women Composers
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Jordan Randall Smith Jan 20
I’ve been waiting a long time for my desk to look like this!!
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Gabriella Di Laccio Apr 9
And to think that until 2009 ’s music was completely forgotten and living only inside boxes 📦 in an attic in Illinois... • Happy birthday 🎂 to Florence and Afarin, featuring today in 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
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Naxos Music UK Mar 12
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Julie Nesrallah Mar 7
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WPA Jun 10
Start your week with our Link Round Up: News about and music by
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q 6 Apr 18
Listen to violinist talk about how an unlikely discovery revived the work of , the first black female composer to have her music played by a major American orchestra: 🔊
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A. Kori 17 Nov 18
looks who’s seeing ’s Concerto in One Movement LIVE!
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