Learn more about Masterworks: Knoxville: Summer 1915, Ennanga, UUU: A Requiem for Rice.
The Colour of Music Festival’s Masterworks features Texas-based Maestro Chelsea Tipton conducting Samuel Barber’s Knoxville: Summer 1915 featuring soloist Laquita Mitchell, William Grant Still’s Ennanga Harp Concerto for Harp and Strings, Jordan W. Thomas, harp.
Also features a Tennessee premier of Requiem for Rice, a true marriage between West African and European classical traditions, CASOP: A Requiem for Rice is a modern and African-American inspired take on a classic requiem in the spirit of Verdi, Mozart, Faure, and Britten. It mourns the souls of the enslaved who died on Lowcountry rice plantations, their bodies unburied, their suffering unmourned, and their sacrifices unmarked for future generations. With libretto which recovers the voices of the enslaved by acclaimed historian and executive producer, Dr. Edda L. Fields-Black, and original score by composer, three-time Emmy Award-winner John Wineglass. (b.1973)
Tickets also available at the door one hour before each performance.
Martha Rivers Ingram Hall Blair School of Music, 2400 Blakemore Avenue
Nashville, TN 37212
Tickets also available at the door one hour before each performance
- Student Discount
- Senior Citizen Discount
- Group Discount