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FESTIVAL BALTIMORE Concert 7: THE REACTION - Black Art Songs and more


FESTIVAL BALTIMORE Concert 7: THE REACTION - Black Art Songs and more

Festival Baltimore presents bass-baritone Carl DuPont and pianist Gregory Thompson in an incredible and unique journey. Their program The Reaction: Spirituals, Gospel, and Art Songs by Black Composers includes music by composers of the past and present and will feature some Baltimore premieres.


Hall Johnson (1888 – 1970)

Ain’t Got Time to Die  Witness Take My Mother Home

Florence Price (1887 – 1953)

Song to the Dark Virgin (lyrics by Langston Hughes)

Eugene Hancock (1929 – 1994)


Howard Swanson (1907 – 1908)

A Death Song Paul (lyrics by Lawrence Dunbar) 

Robert Owens (1925 -2017)

3 Lieder für Bariton und Klavier, Op. 20 (lyrics by Herman Hesse)

Fremde Stadt

Eine Geige in den Gärten

Im Nebel


Marques L.A. Garrett (b.1984)


Carlos Simon, Jr. (b.1986)

Nightfall (lyrics by Courtney Ware)

Matthew Evan Taylor (b.1980)

The Reaction (lyrics by Matthew Taylor)

Dolores White

Sometimes I’m Not Myself (lyrics by Felix Morisseau-Leroy)

Bed Bug

Jacqueline Hairston

The Foolish Heart (lyrics by Countee Cullen) 

She Sat Down For Freedom (lyrics by Jacqueline Hairston & Traditional Texts)

I Don’t Feel No-Ways Tired


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