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Celebrating Black History
There is always light.
If only we're brave enough to see it. If only we're brave enough to be it.

— Amanda Gorman, National Youth Poet Laureate

This month, we're celebrating the rich history and musical contributions made by Black artists through a host of compelling classes, performances, and features.

This week, you can listen to our latest podcast episode and join us online tonight for a one-night-only virtual performance at the Night for Harmony social event.

 Enjoy the features below & browse our February calendar of events.
HAPPENINGS

Gary Flowers

Richmond Symphony board member, Gary Flowers commands the airwaves as a fierce advocate, activist and analyst weekday mornings 9 to 11 am on Radio 990 WREJ.
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Jazz on Film

Explore the rich history of jazz on the silver screen and its influence on American culture in this Richmond Symphony School of Music class for adults.
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Florence Price

Rediscover the life, music, and legacy of the first African American female composer to have a symphony performed by a major American orchestra.
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