Open Meadows Support Materials
Associate Artistic Director and pianist Anthony Green with soprano Farah Darliette perform Ethan Frederick Greene's Three Eady Songs which set the poetry of African American, Pulitzer Prize nominee poet Cornelius Eady.
This recording was from the live performance on March 18, 2016 at Roxbury Community College, Boston, MA. The concert, entitled Night Songs, encouraged composers from around the world (and of all races and ethnicities) to compose a work for Castle of our Skins inspired by the text of a Black writer.
A live recording taken from Castle of our Skins' inaugural concert entitled Love Affects... which explored the many ways loves affects our sense of self, relationship to community and family, and responsibility to our collective future. Musicians heard on this recording include Olga Patramanska-Bell & James Dargan (violins), Ashleigh Gordon (viola) and Javier Caballero (cello). The work heard on this recording is the 3rd movement of Coleridge Taylor-Perkinson's "Calvary String" Quartet.