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Nora Holt: Free-Spirited Composer of the Harlem Renaissance
Explore the life of Nora Douglas Holt, a pioneering African-American composer, singer, and critic from the Harlem Renaissance, whose contributions to music remain largely unappreciated.
Thanks for Supporting KUSC During Our Spring Membership Drive!
This is a thank you note to supporters for their contributions during a recent drive, emphasizing the importance of classical music and encouraging further donations.
An Obsessive Love that Mirrored Life
Explore the dramatic tale of Hector Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique, an autobiographical piece reflecting his obsessive love for actress Harriet Smithson and his descent into madness.
Classical California Ultimate Playlist: Selections From Our Open Ears Series
Explore the Classical California Ultimate Playlist curated by KUSC's Jeffrey Freymann, featuring works by Eva Jessye, Julius Eastman, Undine Smith Moore, María Luisa Anido, and Margaret Bonds.
A Historic Concert at Carnegie Hall
LA-based conductor Anthony Parnther led the Gateways Music Festival Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, celebrating Black composers and their works in a historic concert.